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By Lindsay Kalter and Lindsay Kalter,lindsay.kalter@baltsun.com | April 19, 2009
Local sports fans can trade in their beer and baseball caps for champagne and fedoras Sunday as St. John's College plays host to the U.S. Naval Academy in their 27th annual croquet match. In a display of sophisticated spectatorship - think The Great Gatsby meets tailgating - a crowd of 1,500 is expected to gather on the St. John's campus to watch the college's croquet team play the Midshipmen from the 28th company. The winning team is awarded the coveted Annapolis Cup. Jo Ann Mattson, director of alumni relations at St. John's, said audience members come to socialize and show off extravagant gowns and suits as much as for the game itself.
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NEWS
By Lindsay Kalter and Lindsay Kalter,lindsay.kalter@baltsun.com | April 19, 2009
Local sports fans can trade in their beer and baseball caps for champagne and fedoras Sunday as St. John's College plays host to the U.S. Naval Academy in their 27th annual croquet match. In a display of sophisticated spectatorship - think The Great Gatsby meets tailgating - a crowd of 1,500 is expected to gather on St. John's campus to watch the college's croquet team play the Midshipmen from the 28th company. The winning team is awarded the Annapolis Cup. Jo Ann Mattson, director of alumni relations at St. John's, said audience members come to socialize and show off extravagant gowns and suits as much as for the game itself.
ENTERTAINMENT
By John Houser III, Special to The Baltimore Sun | December 29, 2011
Since the Ravens are playing in Cincinnati this weekend, there won't be a proper chance to tailgate at M&T Bank Stadium. If you're planning on celebrating at home, one-pot recipes are often the best option: They don't take too much time to make and serve, and can satisfy a group of hungry fans. Enter the humble bowl of chili - a signature dish for many home cooks. This recipe has meat and beans, and a touch of spice - but not enough to cause much trouble. It's made in three stages: Brown the meat; cook the vegetables; and combine everything.
ENTERTAINMENT
By John Thomas, For The Baltimore Sun | December 6, 2013
This recipe has the savory flavors of bratwurst, onions, garlic and parsley, and is mixed with cheese and then wrapped stromboli-style in a pizza dough. All of the preparation for this recipe is performed at home, making it a great light tailgate offering that can be ready to eat in under 10 minutes at the parking lot. Bratwurst roll 1 pack of bratwurst sausage (5 or 6 links) 14 ounce pre-made pizza dough (from the pop-can) 1/2 of a large sweet onion (diced) 5 cloves of garlic (peeled and diced)
NEWS
By Richard Gorelick, The Baltimore Sun | November 2, 2010
For at least four more Sunday mornings and one more Sunday evening this season, Ravens fans will gather hours before the game for a tailgating experience that in just a dozen years has risen to the top of the NFL ranks. For some tailgaters, it's about the food; for some, the friendship. In the necklace of parking lots that encircle M&T Bank Stadium, eastside lots G and H are considered prime tailgating turf. They are among the few specially designated "hot lots," which are designated for grilling.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Baltimore Sun reporter | January 13, 2011
Tailgate Buffalo Chicken Dip Makes: 6 servings 3 boneless, skinless chicken breasts 1 package of cream cheese, 8 ounces 1 jar Marie's Chunky Blue Cheese Dressing 1/4 cup Frank's Red Hot Sauce 1 cup shredded Monterey Jack cheese Pre-heat oven to 375 degrees. To prepare, simmer chicken breasts in water for 30 minutes until cooked and tender. Allow to cool, then shred and chop finely in a separate bowl. Spread cream cheese along the bottom of a 9-by-13 baking dish.
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