Football season is here again, which means parties and celebrations with your friends and families. To fuel you and your crew as you cheer on your favorite team, you’ll need delicious snacks. To get you off the bench and into the game, try these four excellent game day recipes.
For a Southern-style take on salsa, this recipe incorporates mixed greens and bacon and is best served with pork rinds, sweet potato chips, and hot sauce.
Hush puppies are the perfect handheld snack for an on-your-feet kind of game. With a mixture of peas, ham, rice, and onions, you can craft a unique take on the classic hush puppy that is perfectly crispy and will have them begging for more.
If you’re looking for something a little harder, you can please the delicious baby back ribs. Make sure you’ve got the time necessary for this meal: It requires eight hours to marinate and two hours or so to grill. But once you bite into that tender meat, you’ll realize that the best things come to those who wait.
If you don’t eat meat but love savory snacks, these cheese straws are quite easy to make and will fit the bill. All it takes to make these straws are flour, cheese, butter, salt, baking powder, and 10 minutes of your time well-spent.
Be creative when it comes to your game day recipes and you’ll find yourself the talk of the water cooler on Monday morning. If you want to be the talk of the office from the moment you roll up into your parking spot, stop into Blackburn Nissan and get yourself behind the wheel of a brand-new Nissan.
Winter isn’t the only season that requires specific car maintenance—in fact, your car has particular needs for every season. Summer is no different: there are a number of maintenance steps that you can take to better ensure that you get your car ready for summer.
A change in outside temperatures will cause the air pressure in your car’s tires to fluctuate. As a result, you should check the tire pressure regularly, particularly at the point when seasons are changing. While you’re at it, look for any signs of wear and tear—like bulging or low tread levels—and replace your tires if they don’t appear up to the task of getting you through the summer safely.
Wash and Wax
The road salt from the winter can have some nasty effects on your car’s undercarriage if you’re not careful. To avoid any long-term damage, wash your car thoroughly and give it a good wax to protect from further scratching during the summer. Not only will a wash and wax keep your ride looking great in the sunshine, but it helps it retain more of its value should a day come where you want to sell it for a new one.
The start of any new season is a great time to bring your car into Blackburn Nissan for an oil change and a check-up. While it’s here, we’ll be happy to take a look at all other fluids—including coolant, steering fluid, and transmission fluid. If you’re a DIY type of person, you can consult your owner’s manual to check the levels of your car’s fluids on your own, but it’s just as easy for us to take care of it when you’re in for your next service.
These are just some of the tips to consider to make sure that your vehicle is ready for the road this summer. If you need help getting your ride back into tip-top shape, just bring it into Blackburn Nissan and we’ll get you all squared away.