When tailgating is done poorly, it requires too much prep, too much cooking and too much money. Good to Know‘s Dan Pashman and Laurie March will show you how to tailgate your way to glory with a quick and easy 70-yard-Hail-Mary-at-the-buzzer-level visually stunning tower of sandwiches. Then wash it all down with some beer-based long-haul margaritas that will assure you actually make it to the game:
Good to Know‘s Dan Pashman has two children and hosts the James Beard Award-nominated food podcast The Sporkful. Those are pretty good credentials for understanding what kids want to eat (hint: usually something fried and other than vegetables.)
For those parents who’ve set far-out goals like getting their kids to intake a bit of nutrition this year, Dan has some fail-safe tips on creating less-fatty, baked versions of kids’ favorite meals that they’re sure to devour (hint #2: replicated texture.)
Watch how to make kids’ favorites healthier after the jump:
The holidays are a blast, but cleanup and storage sucks. These tips will make it much easier.
Cooking Channel’s original web series Good to Know offers up genius DIY hacks that will ease everyday chores and up your party-planning game. Today, hosts Dan Pashman and Laurie March kick off the holiday season with tips for creating an awesome, interactive kids’ table for any family shindig using craft paper, stickers, cupcake trees and even a non-alcoholic scorpion bowl. With these handy tips, pint-sized guests — and their parents — will be begging for a spot at the kiddie table: