Last Updated on 08/19/2021 by Inside Tailgating
The grill is nearly flawless, providing the most wonderful smell to properly welcome tailgaters the second they open their car doors. Every tailgater loves his or her grilled food, and whoever is manning (or woman-ing) the grill is always treated like royalty. But alas, the grill cannot properly cook every tasty tailgating morsel like an oven can, and we all know that an oven is not an easy appliance to transport to a sporting event. So how do you keep your pigs-in-blankets, pizzas, wings, dips and casseroles warm during your trip without putting them under your hood? The answer is the Tailgate Hot Bag.
Even if your tailgate is hours away from your house, the Hot Bag does the job of keeping any food 170 degrees for as long as it’s plugged in. An AC adaptor allows you keep the bag warm during your drive and a 6-foot power cord plugs into any 12-volt outlet once you arrive at your pre-game party. A Velcro flap keeps in the thermostat-controlled heating elements in both the top and bottom of the bag.
The Hot Bag comes in three sizes and the Large Side Loading bag is way better than your local pizza delivery guys, measuring at a behemoth 20-inch diameter, 18” width and standing 12.5” high. The 1000 Denier nylon is much tougher than any shirtless knucklehead in below-freezing temperatures wanting to get on TV, and handles provide easy carrying no matter how heavy your dishes are, and how weak your arms might be from all that cooking at home.
For more information, connect to TailgateHotBag.com.