Dan HenryDan Henry is a former Food Production Manager who spent 20 years in Hotel prep and banquet kitchens. He has worked with some of the country's top chefs. Dan has also been the Head Chef for his tailgating buddies for all of those years. He has perfected the art of cooking outside for large crowds. He has several published tailgating recipes and has recently started his own website, the tailgatingpros.com.
Hi, I am Dank from The tailgating Pros. Right now, were going to talk about how to pack your supplies. Unless youre driving a tractor trailer, you got limited space. So, space is at a premium. Couple of tips for you. Start using bulky Tupperware containers. Ive found that using freezer bags to pre-pack your stuff the day before. Get everything well measured up, put it all in freezer bags; your raw meat, your vegetables, whatever you got. Sunday morning, throw that stuff on a cooler, packed it in ice, and its a lot safer than using Tupperware containers. Now, there is another tip. Like in a day, look at what they had to use, an old grill with charcoal. Look at this; these days, you got a grill that will attach to the back of your car. Virtually takes up no space inside the car, so you have a whole lot more space there. A couple of other items that we can have here. Relaxable chairs, these things fold up next to nothing. You can fit three or four of them in your car. Canopies that take up no space. And thats a couple of tips for how to pack the supplies.