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The Fresh New Approach To Tailgating From The Autumn Garden


Fall’s cool, comfortable weather is just right for hosting an outdoor party or barbeque.

Why not host a “Garden-Gating” party? “Garden-Gating” is Burpee’s new twist on a traditional tailgate that takes the pre-game party from the parking lot to your own backyard.

What makes “Garden-Gating” most unique is the thoughtful decoration of your patio or deck, clever fall planter arrangements and healthy, delicious garden-fresh recipes.

Watch our Tailgating video:

Enter Burpee’s Garden-Gating Contest

Try these recipes for your next Garden-Gating event. 

 


Incredible vegetable version recipes of your all-time favorites. 

 

 


 

Press Contacts:
Kristin Grilli
724-263-0363
KGrilli@burpee.com
Laura Corish
215-674-4900 ext. 1261
LCorish@burpee.com
 

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Gardening Tip of the Day

  • Fresh herbs can turn a nice dinner into a gourmet meal. Every gardener should have a small area close to the kitchen door full of wonderful herbs, but don't get carried away and plant every herb available. Start with herbs that can be used almost every day. In the warm-season garden, plant basil and oregano to spice up salads, pastas and to make pesto. Mints like peppermint or spearmint add flavor to ice tea. Rosemary sprigs make wonderful basting brushes for chicken on the grill and thyme is great for seasoning meats, bean and vegetable dishes.  In the cool-season garden include chives for baked potatoes, cilantro for wonderful Mexican dishes and parsley for garnishes and flavor.