Tailgating season is back and it’s time to get ready and party. Nothing is more American than bonding with friends, family and your fellow football-loving man at a tailgating party. In fact, these parties have been going on in stadium parking lots for decades. But, there is a science to organizing the perfect tailgating party. From how to plan accordingly to making sure you have the right gear, Food Network’s Marc Silverstein has great tailgating tips so you can enjoy the perfect combination of sports, food and fun. More about Marc Silverstein: Marc Silverstein is the nationally known host of The Best Of on Food Network and Go Ahead, Make My Dinner on The Discovery Channel. An Emmy and Telly Award Winner (for Cable Excellence), Marc is also the author of Food Network Best Of The Best Of, from Penguin Putnam, a popular-selling cookbook and restaurant guide. He is also a contributor to both Philadelphia and DC Style Magazines, where his monthly At The Table column profiles local celebrities at their favorite restaurants. His articles have featured such luminaries as George Stephanopoulos of ABC News, Chris Matthews of MSNBC, James Brown of CBS Sports and Baseball Hall of Fame announcer Harry Kalas. Marc also hosts and produces a regular restaurant feature on WBAL radio in Baltimore. In addition, Marc has served as a spokesperson for Safeway’s Rancher’s Reserve Steaks, Cuisinart, Sara Lee and other national products. He’s also a sought after public speaker and event emcee. Marc has hosted events featuring Food Network’s Rachael Ray and Paula Dean, FOX Sports Howie Long and Ted Allen from Bravo’s Queer Eye. Before his stints on national television, Marc was a hard-hitting television news reporter in local markets such as Baltimore, Maryland and Washington, DC. Marc’s dynamic personality often attracts as much attention as his broadcasting skills. The Washington Post says Silverstein “serves up one-liners like a Catskills comedian.” The Baltimore Sun describes him as “irreverent and good natured.” The Columbus Dispatch newspaper called his style “the freshest and liveliest on any local newscast…a dazzling display of chutzpah and helpfulness.” The Other Paper, a local Ohio weekly, described him as one of the “cool cats (who) make Columbus better” and went on to label him “local TV’s last ornery man.” https://videos.whiteblox.com/gnb/secure/player.aspx?sid=34973
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