Top 10 Most Bizarre Tailgate Foods
Tailgators and foodies, it’s that time of year -- tailgating season! We asked Andrew Zimmern to give us his 10 most bizarre tailgating foods, he didn't disappoint.Filed under:
Legal Beans in Jersey City, New Jersey
I love Filipino food; the post-colonial cuisine combines the best of South Asian ingredients with Spanish technique. Although it hasn’t taken hold in this country like Thai and Vietnamese cuisine, you can still find phenomenal Filipino food on both coasts. The Cebu-style lechon from Legal Beans in Jersey City is as good as it gets. Stuffed with lemongrass and scallions, rubbed with vinegar and spices, and slow-roasted for several hours, this whole hog is ideal tailgating grub for a crowd.
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