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Weekend Blog Watch: Football Sundays Edition

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Although Clean Plate Charlie is the only food blog you need to read every day, some people just can't get enough. Since football season is officially underway, Clean Plate Charlie decided to pull out some tailgating related blog sites.

Tailgating Ideas is all about... well ideas for tailgating, reviews of various tailgating events across the country (seriously), and pictures of scantily clad women wearing things that might or might not be football related. Check out this recipe for Chicken Chorizo Burgers.

Everything and Nothing has a post this week highlighting some of their favorite football foods like crawfish dip and warm feta spread.

Helium highlights their top ten tailgate party foods featuring Shrimp Scampi, jalapeno meatballs, and pizza fondue.

Are you a vegan and a football fan? Welcome to the smallest club in America. Here are a few foods you can take down while everyone around you tries to fit as many animals as possible into a single bite. Thank you Vegan Mouse!

Finally, if your doctor recently told you to cut out all the tailgating and Sunday gluttony fests, you're in luck. Diets in Review has at least 10 healthy recipes for you to eat on Sundays without feeling like an outcast. Or a vegan.

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