Junior forward Jordan Geronimo grabs a rebound on Nov. 3, 2022 at Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall in Bloomington, Indiana. The Hoosiers finished the first half of the 2022-23 slate with a 10-3 record.
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Butternut squash, roasted with a drizzle of olive oil, salt and pepper, can be the perfect at-home tailgate vegetable.
IDS columnist Bradley Hohulin recommends sticking with one protein on game day to prevent a calamity of meats in your kitchen.
IDS sports columnist Bradley Hohulin offers suggestions on how to make the best food for an at-home tailgate. For a chip dip, Hohulin says, "Take foods that vaguely resemble vegetables, dice them up and throw on citrus and herbs. Corn, black beans, black-eyed peas, red onion, tomato, cilantro and lemon juice will titillate your taste buds and provide the illusion of health."
Melted mozzarella cheese runs down Bradley's Burgerizza.
Bradley cooks the burgers and bacon for the Burgerizza.
Bradley's uncooked pizzas sit ready for the oven. He replaced the traditional pepperoni with a turkey Kielbasa.
IDS Columnist Bradley Houhlin made the Burgerizza, a concession item at Atlanta's Truist Park. The creation consists of a double bacon cheeseburger with two buns made of pepperoni pizza.
The burgers and bacon for the Burgerizza rest on a plate.
Hot oil crackled and bubbled as the Mac n Cheese Ball completed its crispy transfiguration.
The initial batch of macaroni and cheese was a perfect 10-minute weeknight meal. However, it was destined for a much darker, greasier fate.
The final product of my recreation of AT&T Stadium’s Cheetos Mac N Cheese Balls.