Tailgating recipes to aid the Eagles game day experience

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Dips and chiles are always necessary at any tailgating event. In most instances, they’re a meal all by themselves.

Chile can be tricky because everyone has different tastes. Finding a mixture that falls below the ‘satisfactory’ line, is always a much easier task than finding the aforementioned jambalaya, but good chili is always a winner at any outdoor event, and a pre-game tailgate is no exception to that rule.

New Mexico Chile Verde (also known as Green Chile)

As is the case with so many other versions of popular chiles, the recipe for Green Chile varies depending on who you talk to. Most agree that slow-cooked green chiles and pork are staples (though those who don’t eat pork may want to substitute another meat ingredient. Most of the other ingredients appear to be optional.

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