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Do more than pack a cooler full of beer at your tailgate this season

Warm pomegranate mulled wine is perfect for those colder tailgating days.

It’s always the food that gets all our care and attention when we’re preparing for a tailgate. With so much focus on between grilling chicken wings, serving up steaming bowls of chili, and making sure you’ve packed everybody’s favorite condiments, drinks are often overlooked. Now, we’re not saying that they’re ever forgotten (that would be the worst tailgating mistake you could make), but rather that they deserve a little more love and attention: They will be central to your tailgate party after all.

Best Things to Drink at Your Tailgate Party (Slideshow)

We don’t think that you should scrap that cooler of beer entirely (it definitely has its uses, and it probably won’t feel like a real tailgate without it), but we do think you should make one or two more extravagant drinks to take with you, too. Luckily we have some tasty suggestions ranging from beer-based cocktails, for those of you who don’t want to move too far away from tradition, to spiked Gatorade drinks, so you feel less like a spectator and more like one of the football players you’re about to watch.

During these warmer tailgating days, we recommend you refresh yourself while you’re drinking with our favorite vodka lemonade and peach iced tea recipes. These cocktails are sufficiently potent, but also wonderfully fruity and sweet, making them ideal for your daytime tailgate drinking needs. For those colder tailgating days when winter arrives, we have some warmer cocktails that you should pack up in a thermos and take with you: You’ll be the most popular tailgate host, and everyone will be so grateful to be sipping on bourbon-spiked hot chocolate and sweet, warm mulled wine rather than a cold beer.

Read on to discover the 10 cocktails to drink throughout this tailgating season for the most deliciously boozy pre-game party you’ve ever attended.


25 Food and Drink Recipes for a Classic Kentucky Derby Experience

This year, celebrate Derby Day like they do at Churchill Downs.

The Kentucky Derby is finally here! Every year since 1946, The Kentucky Derby has been held the first Saturday of May. And while last year's Run for the Roses was unfortunately rescheduled due to the COVID-19 pandemic, this year, spring's greatest horse race is happening on schedule! On May 1, fans will be able to tune in to NBC to watch the 147th Kentucky Derby race. While a limited number of spectators will be there in person at the historic Churchill Downs racetrack in Louisville, Kentucky, the great bulk of fans will be watching from home. So why not toss on your fanciest hat and host a Kentucky Derby party at home? Stir up some cocktails and make some easy apps, and tune in from the comfort of your couch.

If you missed our Country Living Fair virtual Derby party back in May, don't worry&mdashyou can still catch all the videos right here! Alright, y'all, we're off to the races! Throwing a Derby Day party? Serve up these delicious appetizer and cocktail recipes&mdashand don't forget the hats! Plus, here's how to make a mint julep worthy of a Triple Crown victory.

Don't be fooled by the fancy glass &mdash the signature drink of the Kentucky Derby is very good, but it's definitely not difficult to make.

Want to make all your cocktails at once? Get a punch bowl and stir up this Derby cocktail. Guests can help themselves, and you can spend less time with a shaker and more time mingling.

This cookie-sized take on a Kentucky pie features homemade caramel, melted chocolate, and toasted walnuts.

Invented by Louisville caterer and tea room-owner Jennie Carter Benedict, this cream cheese-cucumber dip is a century-old Kentucky classic.

This take on the famous Derby pie swaps out walnuts for the sweeter pecans.

Of course, you won't last long on nothing but juleps and pie. This classic buttermilk fried chicken is ideal party food, whether you're eating it piping hot, or cold, picnic-style.

The classic "caviar of the South" makes a perfect filling for deviled eggs.

Classic country ham biscuits are not only great spring party food, but they're also Southern food with a long history at the Derby.

Nothing is more refreshing than a glass of lemonade on a hot day&mdashexcept for one that's infused with mint.

Get the recipe at Hot Beauty Health.

For a bite-sized snack, try these chicken sliders inspired by the famous hot chicken sandwiches in Nashville.

Get the recipe at My Modern Cookery.

Your guests will love this decadent milkshake, made with chocolate ice cream, butter pecan ice cream, and bourbon. Don't forget to top it with pecan pieces and whipped cream!

Get the recipe at Camille Styles.

Infuse your cocktail with lavender syrup for a twist on the classic Derby Day drink.

Get the recipe at Pizzazzerie.

These mini cakes combine butterscotch, pecan praline, and chocolate. Serve in a mini Mason jar topped with ice cream for bonus points!

Get the recipe at Half Baked Harvest.

Chocolate-pecan pie gets the bar treatment for an easy-to-serve party dessert.

Get the recipe at Half Baked Harvest.

Make a mini version of the famous Kentucky Hot Brown sandwich for the quintessential Derby Day party dish.

Get the recipe at Celebrations at Home.

Bake the classic flavors of a mint julep into a cake for a deliciously festive twist.

Get the recipe at One Perfect Bite.

Make the classic Louisville spread slightly more gourmet by making bite-size tea sandwiches.

Get the recipe at Gourmandistan.

These bite-sized, peachy treats are even more adorable with mini bow ties.

Get the recipe at Hostess with the Mostess.

Toss pecans with butter and brown sugar, then toast them and sprinkle with sea salt for a tasty bar snack.

Get the recipe at Taste.Savor.Share.

Cheese grits are a Southern classic. Try making them in individual portions for the perfect party-time snack.

Get the recipe at The Vintage Mixer.

These sliders are stuffed with turkey, bacon, and Gruyere cheese, and are coated in a garlic, butter sauce for an irresistible party snack.

Get the recipe at The Seasoned Mom.

Light and airy biscuits get extra heartiness with the addition of salty, country ham.

Get the recipe at Cook Like a Champion.

These mini meatballs are slathered in a bourbon sauce for extra punch.

Get the recipe at The View From Great Island.

The classic, cheesy Southern appetizer is perfect on crusty bread.

Get the recipe at Katie's Cucina.

Capture the flavors of Derby Pie in cupcake form by adding chopped pecans, chocolate chips, and crumbled pie crust on top.

Get the recipe at Polka Dot Chair.

Pour bourbon sauce over pulled pork and serve between slider rolls for a flavorful, mini sandwich.


25 Food and Drink Recipes for a Classic Kentucky Derby Experience

This year, celebrate Derby Day like they do at Churchill Downs.

The Kentucky Derby is finally here! Every year since 1946, The Kentucky Derby has been held the first Saturday of May. And while last year's Run for the Roses was unfortunately rescheduled due to the COVID-19 pandemic, this year, spring's greatest horse race is happening on schedule! On May 1, fans will be able to tune in to NBC to watch the 147th Kentucky Derby race. While a limited number of spectators will be there in person at the historic Churchill Downs racetrack in Louisville, Kentucky, the great bulk of fans will be watching from home. So why not toss on your fanciest hat and host a Kentucky Derby party at home? Stir up some cocktails and make some easy apps, and tune in from the comfort of your couch.

If you missed our Country Living Fair virtual Derby party back in May, don't worry&mdashyou can still catch all the videos right here! Alright, y'all, we're off to the races! Throwing a Derby Day party? Serve up these delicious appetizer and cocktail recipes&mdashand don't forget the hats! Plus, here's how to make a mint julep worthy of a Triple Crown victory.

Don't be fooled by the fancy glass &mdash the signature drink of the Kentucky Derby is very good, but it's definitely not difficult to make.

Want to make all your cocktails at once? Get a punch bowl and stir up this Derby cocktail. Guests can help themselves, and you can spend less time with a shaker and more time mingling.

This cookie-sized take on a Kentucky pie features homemade caramel, melted chocolate, and toasted walnuts.

Invented by Louisville caterer and tea room-owner Jennie Carter Benedict, this cream cheese-cucumber dip is a century-old Kentucky classic.

This take on the famous Derby pie swaps out walnuts for the sweeter pecans.

Of course, you won't last long on nothing but juleps and pie. This classic buttermilk fried chicken is ideal party food, whether you're eating it piping hot, or cold, picnic-style.

The classic "caviar of the South" makes a perfect filling for deviled eggs.

Classic country ham biscuits are not only great spring party food, but they're also Southern food with a long history at the Derby.

Nothing is more refreshing than a glass of lemonade on a hot day&mdashexcept for one that's infused with mint.

Get the recipe at Hot Beauty Health.

For a bite-sized snack, try these chicken sliders inspired by the famous hot chicken sandwiches in Nashville.

Get the recipe at My Modern Cookery.

Your guests will love this decadent milkshake, made with chocolate ice cream, butter pecan ice cream, and bourbon. Don't forget to top it with pecan pieces and whipped cream!

Get the recipe at Camille Styles.

Infuse your cocktail with lavender syrup for a twist on the classic Derby Day drink.

Get the recipe at Pizzazzerie.

These mini cakes combine butterscotch, pecan praline, and chocolate. Serve in a mini Mason jar topped with ice cream for bonus points!

Get the recipe at Half Baked Harvest.

Chocolate-pecan pie gets the bar treatment for an easy-to-serve party dessert.

Get the recipe at Half Baked Harvest.

Make a mini version of the famous Kentucky Hot Brown sandwich for the quintessential Derby Day party dish.

Get the recipe at Celebrations at Home.

Bake the classic flavors of a mint julep into a cake for a deliciously festive twist.

Get the recipe at One Perfect Bite.

Make the classic Louisville spread slightly more gourmet by making bite-size tea sandwiches.

Get the recipe at Gourmandistan.

These bite-sized, peachy treats are even more adorable with mini bow ties.

Get the recipe at Hostess with the Mostess.

Toss pecans with butter and brown sugar, then toast them and sprinkle with sea salt for a tasty bar snack.

Get the recipe at Taste.Savor.Share.

Cheese grits are a Southern classic. Try making them in individual portions for the perfect party-time snack.

Get the recipe at The Vintage Mixer.

These sliders are stuffed with turkey, bacon, and Gruyere cheese, and are coated in a garlic, butter sauce for an irresistible party snack.

Get the recipe at The Seasoned Mom.

Light and airy biscuits get extra heartiness with the addition of salty, country ham.

Get the recipe at Cook Like a Champion.

These mini meatballs are slathered in a bourbon sauce for extra punch.

Get the recipe at The View From Great Island.

The classic, cheesy Southern appetizer is perfect on crusty bread.

Get the recipe at Katie's Cucina.

Capture the flavors of Derby Pie in cupcake form by adding chopped pecans, chocolate chips, and crumbled pie crust on top.

Get the recipe at Polka Dot Chair.

Pour bourbon sauce over pulled pork and serve between slider rolls for a flavorful, mini sandwich.


25 Food and Drink Recipes for a Classic Kentucky Derby Experience

This year, celebrate Derby Day like they do at Churchill Downs.

The Kentucky Derby is finally here! Every year since 1946, The Kentucky Derby has been held the first Saturday of May. And while last year's Run for the Roses was unfortunately rescheduled due to the COVID-19 pandemic, this year, spring's greatest horse race is happening on schedule! On May 1, fans will be able to tune in to NBC to watch the 147th Kentucky Derby race. While a limited number of spectators will be there in person at the historic Churchill Downs racetrack in Louisville, Kentucky, the great bulk of fans will be watching from home. So why not toss on your fanciest hat and host a Kentucky Derby party at home? Stir up some cocktails and make some easy apps, and tune in from the comfort of your couch.

If you missed our Country Living Fair virtual Derby party back in May, don't worry&mdashyou can still catch all the videos right here! Alright, y'all, we're off to the races! Throwing a Derby Day party? Serve up these delicious appetizer and cocktail recipes&mdashand don't forget the hats! Plus, here's how to make a mint julep worthy of a Triple Crown victory.

Don't be fooled by the fancy glass &mdash the signature drink of the Kentucky Derby is very good, but it's definitely not difficult to make.

Want to make all your cocktails at once? Get a punch bowl and stir up this Derby cocktail. Guests can help themselves, and you can spend less time with a shaker and more time mingling.

This cookie-sized take on a Kentucky pie features homemade caramel, melted chocolate, and toasted walnuts.

Invented by Louisville caterer and tea room-owner Jennie Carter Benedict, this cream cheese-cucumber dip is a century-old Kentucky classic.

This take on the famous Derby pie swaps out walnuts for the sweeter pecans.

Of course, you won't last long on nothing but juleps and pie. This classic buttermilk fried chicken is ideal party food, whether you're eating it piping hot, or cold, picnic-style.

The classic "caviar of the South" makes a perfect filling for deviled eggs.

Classic country ham biscuits are not only great spring party food, but they're also Southern food with a long history at the Derby.

Nothing is more refreshing than a glass of lemonade on a hot day&mdashexcept for one that's infused with mint.

Get the recipe at Hot Beauty Health.

For a bite-sized snack, try these chicken sliders inspired by the famous hot chicken sandwiches in Nashville.

Get the recipe at My Modern Cookery.

Your guests will love this decadent milkshake, made with chocolate ice cream, butter pecan ice cream, and bourbon. Don't forget to top it with pecan pieces and whipped cream!

Get the recipe at Camille Styles.

Infuse your cocktail with lavender syrup for a twist on the classic Derby Day drink.

Get the recipe at Pizzazzerie.

These mini cakes combine butterscotch, pecan praline, and chocolate. Serve in a mini Mason jar topped with ice cream for bonus points!

Get the recipe at Half Baked Harvest.

Chocolate-pecan pie gets the bar treatment for an easy-to-serve party dessert.

Get the recipe at Half Baked Harvest.

Make a mini version of the famous Kentucky Hot Brown sandwich for the quintessential Derby Day party dish.

Get the recipe at Celebrations at Home.

Bake the classic flavors of a mint julep into a cake for a deliciously festive twist.

Get the recipe at One Perfect Bite.

Make the classic Louisville spread slightly more gourmet by making bite-size tea sandwiches.

Get the recipe at Gourmandistan.

These bite-sized, peachy treats are even more adorable with mini bow ties.

Get the recipe at Hostess with the Mostess.

Toss pecans with butter and brown sugar, then toast them and sprinkle with sea salt for a tasty bar snack.

Get the recipe at Taste.Savor.Share.

Cheese grits are a Southern classic. Try making them in individual portions for the perfect party-time snack.

Get the recipe at The Vintage Mixer.

These sliders are stuffed with turkey, bacon, and Gruyere cheese, and are coated in a garlic, butter sauce for an irresistible party snack.

Get the recipe at The Seasoned Mom.

Light and airy biscuits get extra heartiness with the addition of salty, country ham.

Get the recipe at Cook Like a Champion.

These mini meatballs are slathered in a bourbon sauce for extra punch.

Get the recipe at The View From Great Island.

The classic, cheesy Southern appetizer is perfect on crusty bread.

Get the recipe at Katie's Cucina.

Capture the flavors of Derby Pie in cupcake form by adding chopped pecans, chocolate chips, and crumbled pie crust on top.

Get the recipe at Polka Dot Chair.

Pour bourbon sauce over pulled pork and serve between slider rolls for a flavorful, mini sandwich.


25 Food and Drink Recipes for a Classic Kentucky Derby Experience

This year, celebrate Derby Day like they do at Churchill Downs.

The Kentucky Derby is finally here! Every year since 1946, The Kentucky Derby has been held the first Saturday of May. And while last year's Run for the Roses was unfortunately rescheduled due to the COVID-19 pandemic, this year, spring's greatest horse race is happening on schedule! On May 1, fans will be able to tune in to NBC to watch the 147th Kentucky Derby race. While a limited number of spectators will be there in person at the historic Churchill Downs racetrack in Louisville, Kentucky, the great bulk of fans will be watching from home. So why not toss on your fanciest hat and host a Kentucky Derby party at home? Stir up some cocktails and make some easy apps, and tune in from the comfort of your couch.

If you missed our Country Living Fair virtual Derby party back in May, don't worry&mdashyou can still catch all the videos right here! Alright, y'all, we're off to the races! Throwing a Derby Day party? Serve up these delicious appetizer and cocktail recipes&mdashand don't forget the hats! Plus, here's how to make a mint julep worthy of a Triple Crown victory.

Don't be fooled by the fancy glass &mdash the signature drink of the Kentucky Derby is very good, but it's definitely not difficult to make.

Want to make all your cocktails at once? Get a punch bowl and stir up this Derby cocktail. Guests can help themselves, and you can spend less time with a shaker and more time mingling.

This cookie-sized take on a Kentucky pie features homemade caramel, melted chocolate, and toasted walnuts.

Invented by Louisville caterer and tea room-owner Jennie Carter Benedict, this cream cheese-cucumber dip is a century-old Kentucky classic.

This take on the famous Derby pie swaps out walnuts for the sweeter pecans.

Of course, you won't last long on nothing but juleps and pie. This classic buttermilk fried chicken is ideal party food, whether you're eating it piping hot, or cold, picnic-style.

The classic "caviar of the South" makes a perfect filling for deviled eggs.

Classic country ham biscuits are not only great spring party food, but they're also Southern food with a long history at the Derby.

Nothing is more refreshing than a glass of lemonade on a hot day&mdashexcept for one that's infused with mint.

Get the recipe at Hot Beauty Health.

For a bite-sized snack, try these chicken sliders inspired by the famous hot chicken sandwiches in Nashville.

Get the recipe at My Modern Cookery.

Your guests will love this decadent milkshake, made with chocolate ice cream, butter pecan ice cream, and bourbon. Don't forget to top it with pecan pieces and whipped cream!

Get the recipe at Camille Styles.

Infuse your cocktail with lavender syrup for a twist on the classic Derby Day drink.

Get the recipe at Pizzazzerie.

These mini cakes combine butterscotch, pecan praline, and chocolate. Serve in a mini Mason jar topped with ice cream for bonus points!

Get the recipe at Half Baked Harvest.

Chocolate-pecan pie gets the bar treatment for an easy-to-serve party dessert.

Get the recipe at Half Baked Harvest.

Make a mini version of the famous Kentucky Hot Brown sandwich for the quintessential Derby Day party dish.

Get the recipe at Celebrations at Home.

Bake the classic flavors of a mint julep into a cake for a deliciously festive twist.

Get the recipe at One Perfect Bite.

Make the classic Louisville spread slightly more gourmet by making bite-size tea sandwiches.

Get the recipe at Gourmandistan.

These bite-sized, peachy treats are even more adorable with mini bow ties.

Get the recipe at Hostess with the Mostess.

Toss pecans with butter and brown sugar, then toast them and sprinkle with sea salt for a tasty bar snack.

Get the recipe at Taste.Savor.Share.

Cheese grits are a Southern classic. Try making them in individual portions for the perfect party-time snack.

Get the recipe at The Vintage Mixer.

These sliders are stuffed with turkey, bacon, and Gruyere cheese, and are coated in a garlic, butter sauce for an irresistible party snack.

Get the recipe at The Seasoned Mom.

Light and airy biscuits get extra heartiness with the addition of salty, country ham.

Get the recipe at Cook Like a Champion.

These mini meatballs are slathered in a bourbon sauce for extra punch.

Get the recipe at The View From Great Island.

The classic, cheesy Southern appetizer is perfect on crusty bread.

Get the recipe at Katie's Cucina.

Capture the flavors of Derby Pie in cupcake form by adding chopped pecans, chocolate chips, and crumbled pie crust on top.

Get the recipe at Polka Dot Chair.

Pour bourbon sauce over pulled pork and serve between slider rolls for a flavorful, mini sandwich.


25 Food and Drink Recipes for a Classic Kentucky Derby Experience

This year, celebrate Derby Day like they do at Churchill Downs.

The Kentucky Derby is finally here! Every year since 1946, The Kentucky Derby has been held the first Saturday of May. And while last year's Run for the Roses was unfortunately rescheduled due to the COVID-19 pandemic, this year, spring's greatest horse race is happening on schedule! On May 1, fans will be able to tune in to NBC to watch the 147th Kentucky Derby race. While a limited number of spectators will be there in person at the historic Churchill Downs racetrack in Louisville, Kentucky, the great bulk of fans will be watching from home. So why not toss on your fanciest hat and host a Kentucky Derby party at home? Stir up some cocktails and make some easy apps, and tune in from the comfort of your couch.

If you missed our Country Living Fair virtual Derby party back in May, don't worry&mdashyou can still catch all the videos right here! Alright, y'all, we're off to the races! Throwing a Derby Day party? Serve up these delicious appetizer and cocktail recipes&mdashand don't forget the hats! Plus, here's how to make a mint julep worthy of a Triple Crown victory.

Don't be fooled by the fancy glass &mdash the signature drink of the Kentucky Derby is very good, but it's definitely not difficult to make.

Want to make all your cocktails at once? Get a punch bowl and stir up this Derby cocktail. Guests can help themselves, and you can spend less time with a shaker and more time mingling.

This cookie-sized take on a Kentucky pie features homemade caramel, melted chocolate, and toasted walnuts.

Invented by Louisville caterer and tea room-owner Jennie Carter Benedict, this cream cheese-cucumber dip is a century-old Kentucky classic.

This take on the famous Derby pie swaps out walnuts for the sweeter pecans.

Of course, you won't last long on nothing but juleps and pie. This classic buttermilk fried chicken is ideal party food, whether you're eating it piping hot, or cold, picnic-style.

The classic "caviar of the South" makes a perfect filling for deviled eggs.

Classic country ham biscuits are not only great spring party food, but they're also Southern food with a long history at the Derby.

Nothing is more refreshing than a glass of lemonade on a hot day&mdashexcept for one that's infused with mint.

Get the recipe at Hot Beauty Health.

For a bite-sized snack, try these chicken sliders inspired by the famous hot chicken sandwiches in Nashville.

Get the recipe at My Modern Cookery.

Your guests will love this decadent milkshake, made with chocolate ice cream, butter pecan ice cream, and bourbon. Don't forget to top it with pecan pieces and whipped cream!

Get the recipe at Camille Styles.

Infuse your cocktail with lavender syrup for a twist on the classic Derby Day drink.

Get the recipe at Pizzazzerie.

These mini cakes combine butterscotch, pecan praline, and chocolate. Serve in a mini Mason jar topped with ice cream for bonus points!

Get the recipe at Half Baked Harvest.

Chocolate-pecan pie gets the bar treatment for an easy-to-serve party dessert.

Get the recipe at Half Baked Harvest.

Make a mini version of the famous Kentucky Hot Brown sandwich for the quintessential Derby Day party dish.

Get the recipe at Celebrations at Home.

Bake the classic flavors of a mint julep into a cake for a deliciously festive twist.

Get the recipe at One Perfect Bite.

Make the classic Louisville spread slightly more gourmet by making bite-size tea sandwiches.

Get the recipe at Gourmandistan.

These bite-sized, peachy treats are even more adorable with mini bow ties.

Get the recipe at Hostess with the Mostess.

Toss pecans with butter and brown sugar, then toast them and sprinkle with sea salt for a tasty bar snack.

Get the recipe at Taste.Savor.Share.

Cheese grits are a Southern classic. Try making them in individual portions for the perfect party-time snack.

Get the recipe at The Vintage Mixer.

These sliders are stuffed with turkey, bacon, and Gruyere cheese, and are coated in a garlic, butter sauce for an irresistible party snack.

Get the recipe at The Seasoned Mom.

Light and airy biscuits get extra heartiness with the addition of salty, country ham.

Get the recipe at Cook Like a Champion.

These mini meatballs are slathered in a bourbon sauce for extra punch.

Get the recipe at The View From Great Island.

The classic, cheesy Southern appetizer is perfect on crusty bread.

Get the recipe at Katie's Cucina.

Capture the flavors of Derby Pie in cupcake form by adding chopped pecans, chocolate chips, and crumbled pie crust on top.

Get the recipe at Polka Dot Chair.

Pour bourbon sauce over pulled pork and serve between slider rolls for a flavorful, mini sandwich.


25 Food and Drink Recipes for a Classic Kentucky Derby Experience

This year, celebrate Derby Day like they do at Churchill Downs.

The Kentucky Derby is finally here! Every year since 1946, The Kentucky Derby has been held the first Saturday of May. And while last year's Run for the Roses was unfortunately rescheduled due to the COVID-19 pandemic, this year, spring's greatest horse race is happening on schedule! On May 1, fans will be able to tune in to NBC to watch the 147th Kentucky Derby race. While a limited number of spectators will be there in person at the historic Churchill Downs racetrack in Louisville, Kentucky, the great bulk of fans will be watching from home. So why not toss on your fanciest hat and host a Kentucky Derby party at home? Stir up some cocktails and make some easy apps, and tune in from the comfort of your couch.

If you missed our Country Living Fair virtual Derby party back in May, don't worry&mdashyou can still catch all the videos right here! Alright, y'all, we're off to the races! Throwing a Derby Day party? Serve up these delicious appetizer and cocktail recipes&mdashand don't forget the hats! Plus, here's how to make a mint julep worthy of a Triple Crown victory.

Don't be fooled by the fancy glass &mdash the signature drink of the Kentucky Derby is very good, but it's definitely not difficult to make.

Want to make all your cocktails at once? Get a punch bowl and stir up this Derby cocktail. Guests can help themselves, and you can spend less time with a shaker and more time mingling.

This cookie-sized take on a Kentucky pie features homemade caramel, melted chocolate, and toasted walnuts.

Invented by Louisville caterer and tea room-owner Jennie Carter Benedict, this cream cheese-cucumber dip is a century-old Kentucky classic.

This take on the famous Derby pie swaps out walnuts for the sweeter pecans.

Of course, you won't last long on nothing but juleps and pie. This classic buttermilk fried chicken is ideal party food, whether you're eating it piping hot, or cold, picnic-style.

The classic "caviar of the South" makes a perfect filling for deviled eggs.

Classic country ham biscuits are not only great spring party food, but they're also Southern food with a long history at the Derby.

Nothing is more refreshing than a glass of lemonade on a hot day&mdashexcept for one that's infused with mint.

Get the recipe at Hot Beauty Health.

For a bite-sized snack, try these chicken sliders inspired by the famous hot chicken sandwiches in Nashville.

Get the recipe at My Modern Cookery.

Your guests will love this decadent milkshake, made with chocolate ice cream, butter pecan ice cream, and bourbon. Don't forget to top it with pecan pieces and whipped cream!

Get the recipe at Camille Styles.

Infuse your cocktail with lavender syrup for a twist on the classic Derby Day drink.

Get the recipe at Pizzazzerie.

These mini cakes combine butterscotch, pecan praline, and chocolate. Serve in a mini Mason jar topped with ice cream for bonus points!

Get the recipe at Half Baked Harvest.

Chocolate-pecan pie gets the bar treatment for an easy-to-serve party dessert.

Get the recipe at Half Baked Harvest.

Make a mini version of the famous Kentucky Hot Brown sandwich for the quintessential Derby Day party dish.

Get the recipe at Celebrations at Home.

Bake the classic flavors of a mint julep into a cake for a deliciously festive twist.

Get the recipe at One Perfect Bite.

Make the classic Louisville spread slightly more gourmet by making bite-size tea sandwiches.

Get the recipe at Gourmandistan.

These bite-sized, peachy treats are even more adorable with mini bow ties.

Get the recipe at Hostess with the Mostess.

Toss pecans with butter and brown sugar, then toast them and sprinkle with sea salt for a tasty bar snack.

Get the recipe at Taste.Savor.Share.

Cheese grits are a Southern classic. Try making them in individual portions for the perfect party-time snack.

Get the recipe at The Vintage Mixer.

These sliders are stuffed with turkey, bacon, and Gruyere cheese, and are coated in a garlic, butter sauce for an irresistible party snack.

Get the recipe at The Seasoned Mom.

Light and airy biscuits get extra heartiness with the addition of salty, country ham.

Get the recipe at Cook Like a Champion.

These mini meatballs are slathered in a bourbon sauce for extra punch.

Get the recipe at The View From Great Island.

The classic, cheesy Southern appetizer is perfect on crusty bread.

Get the recipe at Katie's Cucina.

Capture the flavors of Derby Pie in cupcake form by adding chopped pecans, chocolate chips, and crumbled pie crust on top.

Get the recipe at Polka Dot Chair.

Pour bourbon sauce over pulled pork and serve between slider rolls for a flavorful, mini sandwich.


25 Food and Drink Recipes for a Classic Kentucky Derby Experience

This year, celebrate Derby Day like they do at Churchill Downs.

The Kentucky Derby is finally here! Every year since 1946, The Kentucky Derby has been held the first Saturday of May. And while last year's Run for the Roses was unfortunately rescheduled due to the COVID-19 pandemic, this year, spring's greatest horse race is happening on schedule! On May 1, fans will be able to tune in to NBC to watch the 147th Kentucky Derby race. While a limited number of spectators will be there in person at the historic Churchill Downs racetrack in Louisville, Kentucky, the great bulk of fans will be watching from home. So why not toss on your fanciest hat and host a Kentucky Derby party at home? Stir up some cocktails and make some easy apps, and tune in from the comfort of your couch.

If you missed our Country Living Fair virtual Derby party back in May, don't worry&mdashyou can still catch all the videos right here! Alright, y'all, we're off to the races! Throwing a Derby Day party? Serve up these delicious appetizer and cocktail recipes&mdashand don't forget the hats! Plus, here's how to make a mint julep worthy of a Triple Crown victory.

Don't be fooled by the fancy glass &mdash the signature drink of the Kentucky Derby is very good, but it's definitely not difficult to make.

Want to make all your cocktails at once? Get a punch bowl and stir up this Derby cocktail. Guests can help themselves, and you can spend less time with a shaker and more time mingling.

This cookie-sized take on a Kentucky pie features homemade caramel, melted chocolate, and toasted walnuts.

Invented by Louisville caterer and tea room-owner Jennie Carter Benedict, this cream cheese-cucumber dip is a century-old Kentucky classic.

This take on the famous Derby pie swaps out walnuts for the sweeter pecans.

Of course, you won't last long on nothing but juleps and pie. This classic buttermilk fried chicken is ideal party food, whether you're eating it piping hot, or cold, picnic-style.

The classic "caviar of the South" makes a perfect filling for deviled eggs.

Classic country ham biscuits are not only great spring party food, but they're also Southern food with a long history at the Derby.

Nothing is more refreshing than a glass of lemonade on a hot day&mdashexcept for one that's infused with mint.

Get the recipe at Hot Beauty Health.

For a bite-sized snack, try these chicken sliders inspired by the famous hot chicken sandwiches in Nashville.

Get the recipe at My Modern Cookery.

Your guests will love this decadent milkshake, made with chocolate ice cream, butter pecan ice cream, and bourbon. Don't forget to top it with pecan pieces and whipped cream!

Get the recipe at Camille Styles.

Infuse your cocktail with lavender syrup for a twist on the classic Derby Day drink.

Get the recipe at Pizzazzerie.

These mini cakes combine butterscotch, pecan praline, and chocolate. Serve in a mini Mason jar topped with ice cream for bonus points!

Get the recipe at Half Baked Harvest.

Chocolate-pecan pie gets the bar treatment for an easy-to-serve party dessert.

Get the recipe at Half Baked Harvest.

Make a mini version of the famous Kentucky Hot Brown sandwich for the quintessential Derby Day party dish.

Get the recipe at Celebrations at Home.

Bake the classic flavors of a mint julep into a cake for a deliciously festive twist.

Get the recipe at One Perfect Bite.

Make the classic Louisville spread slightly more gourmet by making bite-size tea sandwiches.

Get the recipe at Gourmandistan.

These bite-sized, peachy treats are even more adorable with mini bow ties.

Get the recipe at Hostess with the Mostess.

Toss pecans with butter and brown sugar, then toast them and sprinkle with sea salt for a tasty bar snack.

Get the recipe at Taste.Savor.Share.

Cheese grits are a Southern classic. Try making them in individual portions for the perfect party-time snack.

Get the recipe at The Vintage Mixer.

These sliders are stuffed with turkey, bacon, and Gruyere cheese, and are coated in a garlic, butter sauce for an irresistible party snack.

Get the recipe at The Seasoned Mom.

Light and airy biscuits get extra heartiness with the addition of salty, country ham.

Get the recipe at Cook Like a Champion.

These mini meatballs are slathered in a bourbon sauce for extra punch.

Get the recipe at The View From Great Island.

The classic, cheesy Southern appetizer is perfect on crusty bread.

Get the recipe at Katie's Cucina.

Capture the flavors of Derby Pie in cupcake form by adding chopped pecans, chocolate chips, and crumbled pie crust on top.

Get the recipe at Polka Dot Chair.

Pour bourbon sauce over pulled pork and serve between slider rolls for a flavorful, mini sandwich.


25 Food and Drink Recipes for a Classic Kentucky Derby Experience

This year, celebrate Derby Day like they do at Churchill Downs.

The Kentucky Derby is finally here! Every year since 1946, The Kentucky Derby has been held the first Saturday of May. And while last year's Run for the Roses was unfortunately rescheduled due to the COVID-19 pandemic, this year, spring's greatest horse race is happening on schedule! On May 1, fans will be able to tune in to NBC to watch the 147th Kentucky Derby race. While a limited number of spectators will be there in person at the historic Churchill Downs racetrack in Louisville, Kentucky, the great bulk of fans will be watching from home. So why not toss on your fanciest hat and host a Kentucky Derby party at home? Stir up some cocktails and make some easy apps, and tune in from the comfort of your couch.

If you missed our Country Living Fair virtual Derby party back in May, don't worry&mdashyou can still catch all the videos right here! Alright, y'all, we're off to the races! Throwing a Derby Day party? Serve up these delicious appetizer and cocktail recipes&mdashand don't forget the hats! Plus, here's how to make a mint julep worthy of a Triple Crown victory.

Don't be fooled by the fancy glass &mdash the signature drink of the Kentucky Derby is very good, but it's definitely not difficult to make.

Want to make all your cocktails at once? Get a punch bowl and stir up this Derby cocktail. Guests can help themselves, and you can spend less time with a shaker and more time mingling.

This cookie-sized take on a Kentucky pie features homemade caramel, melted chocolate, and toasted walnuts.

Invented by Louisville caterer and tea room-owner Jennie Carter Benedict, this cream cheese-cucumber dip is a century-old Kentucky classic.

This take on the famous Derby pie swaps out walnuts for the sweeter pecans.

Of course, you won't last long on nothing but juleps and pie. This classic buttermilk fried chicken is ideal party food, whether you're eating it piping hot, or cold, picnic-style.

The classic "caviar of the South" makes a perfect filling for deviled eggs.

Classic country ham biscuits are not only great spring party food, but they're also Southern food with a long history at the Derby.

Nothing is more refreshing than a glass of lemonade on a hot day&mdashexcept for one that's infused with mint.

Get the recipe at Hot Beauty Health.

For a bite-sized snack, try these chicken sliders inspired by the famous hot chicken sandwiches in Nashville.

Get the recipe at My Modern Cookery.

Your guests will love this decadent milkshake, made with chocolate ice cream, butter pecan ice cream, and bourbon. Don't forget to top it with pecan pieces and whipped cream!

Get the recipe at Camille Styles.

Infuse your cocktail with lavender syrup for a twist on the classic Derby Day drink.

Get the recipe at Pizzazzerie.

These mini cakes combine butterscotch, pecan praline, and chocolate. Serve in a mini Mason jar topped with ice cream for bonus points!

Get the recipe at Half Baked Harvest.

Chocolate-pecan pie gets the bar treatment for an easy-to-serve party dessert.

Get the recipe at Half Baked Harvest.

Make a mini version of the famous Kentucky Hot Brown sandwich for the quintessential Derby Day party dish.

Get the recipe at Celebrations at Home.

Bake the classic flavors of a mint julep into a cake for a deliciously festive twist.

Get the recipe at One Perfect Bite.

Make the classic Louisville spread slightly more gourmet by making bite-size tea sandwiches.

Get the recipe at Gourmandistan.

These bite-sized, peachy treats are even more adorable with mini bow ties.

Get the recipe at Hostess with the Mostess.

Toss pecans with butter and brown sugar, then toast them and sprinkle with sea salt for a tasty bar snack.

Get the recipe at Taste.Savor.Share.

Cheese grits are a Southern classic. Try making them in individual portions for the perfect party-time snack.

Get the recipe at The Vintage Mixer.

These sliders are stuffed with turkey, bacon, and Gruyere cheese, and are coated in a garlic, butter sauce for an irresistible party snack.

Get the recipe at The Seasoned Mom.

Light and airy biscuits get extra heartiness with the addition of salty, country ham.

Get the recipe at Cook Like a Champion.

These mini meatballs are slathered in a bourbon sauce for extra punch.

Get the recipe at The View From Great Island.

The classic, cheesy Southern appetizer is perfect on crusty bread.

Get the recipe at Katie's Cucina.

Capture the flavors of Derby Pie in cupcake form by adding chopped pecans, chocolate chips, and crumbled pie crust on top.

Get the recipe at Polka Dot Chair.

Pour bourbon sauce over pulled pork and serve between slider rolls for a flavorful, mini sandwich.


25 Food and Drink Recipes for a Classic Kentucky Derby Experience

This year, celebrate Derby Day like they do at Churchill Downs.

The Kentucky Derby is finally here! Every year since 1946, The Kentucky Derby has been held the first Saturday of May. And while last year's Run for the Roses was unfortunately rescheduled due to the COVID-19 pandemic, this year, spring's greatest horse race is happening on schedule! On May 1, fans will be able to tune in to NBC to watch the 147th Kentucky Derby race. While a limited number of spectators will be there in person at the historic Churchill Downs racetrack in Louisville, Kentucky, the great bulk of fans will be watching from home. So why not toss on your fanciest hat and host a Kentucky Derby party at home? Stir up some cocktails and make some easy apps, and tune in from the comfort of your couch.

If you missed our Country Living Fair virtual Derby party back in May, don't worry&mdashyou can still catch all the videos right here! Alright, y'all, we're off to the races! Throwing a Derby Day party? Serve up these delicious appetizer and cocktail recipes&mdashand don't forget the hats! Plus, here's how to make a mint julep worthy of a Triple Crown victory.

Don't be fooled by the fancy glass &mdash the signature drink of the Kentucky Derby is very good, but it's definitely not difficult to make.

Want to make all your cocktails at once? Get a punch bowl and stir up this Derby cocktail. Guests can help themselves, and you can spend less time with a shaker and more time mingling.

This cookie-sized take on a Kentucky pie features homemade caramel, melted chocolate, and toasted walnuts.

Invented by Louisville caterer and tea room-owner Jennie Carter Benedict, this cream cheese-cucumber dip is a century-old Kentucky classic.

This take on the famous Derby pie swaps out walnuts for the sweeter pecans.

Of course, you won't last long on nothing but juleps and pie. This classic buttermilk fried chicken is ideal party food, whether you're eating it piping hot, or cold, picnic-style.

The classic "caviar of the South" makes a perfect filling for deviled eggs.

Classic country ham biscuits are not only great spring party food, but they're also Southern food with a long history at the Derby.

Nothing is more refreshing than a glass of lemonade on a hot day&mdashexcept for one that's infused with mint.

Get the recipe at Hot Beauty Health.

For a bite-sized snack, try these chicken sliders inspired by the famous hot chicken sandwiches in Nashville.

Get the recipe at My Modern Cookery.

Your guests will love this decadent milkshake, made with chocolate ice cream, butter pecan ice cream, and bourbon. Don't forget to top it with pecan pieces and whipped cream!

Get the recipe at Camille Styles.

Infuse your cocktail with lavender syrup for a twist on the classic Derby Day drink.

Get the recipe at Pizzazzerie.

These mini cakes combine butterscotch, pecan praline, and chocolate. Serve in a mini Mason jar topped with ice cream for bonus points!

Get the recipe at Half Baked Harvest.

Chocolate-pecan pie gets the bar treatment for an easy-to-serve party dessert.

Get the recipe at Half Baked Harvest.

Make a mini version of the famous Kentucky Hot Brown sandwich for the quintessential Derby Day party dish.

Get the recipe at Celebrations at Home.

Bake the classic flavors of a mint julep into a cake for a deliciously festive twist.

Get the recipe at One Perfect Bite.

Make the classic Louisville spread slightly more gourmet by making bite-size tea sandwiches.

Get the recipe at Gourmandistan.

These bite-sized, peachy treats are even more adorable with mini bow ties.

Get the recipe at Hostess with the Mostess.

Toss pecans with butter and brown sugar, then toast them and sprinkle with sea salt for a tasty bar snack.

Get the recipe at Taste.Savor.Share.

Cheese grits are a Southern classic. Try making them in individual portions for the perfect party-time snack.

Get the recipe at The Vintage Mixer.

These sliders are stuffed with turkey, bacon, and Gruyere cheese, and are coated in a garlic, butter sauce for an irresistible party snack.

Get the recipe at The Seasoned Mom.

Light and airy biscuits get extra heartiness with the addition of salty, country ham.

Get the recipe at Cook Like a Champion.

These mini meatballs are slathered in a bourbon sauce for extra punch.

Get the recipe at The View From Great Island.

The classic, cheesy Southern appetizer is perfect on crusty bread.

Get the recipe at Katie's Cucina.

Capture the flavors of Derby Pie in cupcake form by adding chopped pecans, chocolate chips, and crumbled pie crust on top.

Get the recipe at Polka Dot Chair.

Pour bourbon sauce over pulled pork and serve between slider rolls for a flavorful, mini sandwich.


25 Food and Drink Recipes for a Classic Kentucky Derby Experience

This year, celebrate Derby Day like they do at Churchill Downs.

The Kentucky Derby is finally here! Every year since 1946, The Kentucky Derby has been held the first Saturday of May. And while last year's Run for the Roses was unfortunately rescheduled due to the COVID-19 pandemic, this year, spring's greatest horse race is happening on schedule! On May 1, fans will be able to tune in to NBC to watch the 147th Kentucky Derby race. While a limited number of spectators will be there in person at the historic Churchill Downs racetrack in Louisville, Kentucky, the great bulk of fans will be watching from home. So why not toss on your fanciest hat and host a Kentucky Derby party at home? Stir up some cocktails and make some easy apps, and tune in from the comfort of your couch.

If you missed our Country Living Fair virtual Derby party back in May, don't worry&mdashyou can still catch all the videos right here! Alright, y'all, we're off to the races! Throwing a Derby Day party? Serve up these delicious appetizer and cocktail recipes&mdashand don't forget the hats! Plus, here's how to make a mint julep worthy of a Triple Crown victory.

Don't be fooled by the fancy glass &mdash the signature drink of the Kentucky Derby is very good, but it's definitely not difficult to make.

Want to make all your cocktails at once? Get a punch bowl and stir up this Derby cocktail. Guests can help themselves, and you can spend less time with a shaker and more time mingling.

This cookie-sized take on a Kentucky pie features homemade caramel, melted chocolate, and toasted walnuts.

Invented by Louisville caterer and tea room-owner Jennie Carter Benedict, this cream cheese-cucumber dip is a century-old Kentucky classic.

This take on the famous Derby pie swaps out walnuts for the sweeter pecans.

Of course, you won't last long on nothing but juleps and pie. This classic buttermilk fried chicken is ideal party food, whether you're eating it piping hot, or cold, picnic-style.

The classic "caviar of the South" makes a perfect filling for deviled eggs.

Classic country ham biscuits are not only great spring party food, but they're also Southern food with a long history at the Derby.

Nothing is more refreshing than a glass of lemonade on a hot day&mdashexcept for one that's infused with mint.

Get the recipe at Hot Beauty Health.

For a bite-sized snack, try these chicken sliders inspired by the famous hot chicken sandwiches in Nashville.

Get the recipe at My Modern Cookery.

Your guests will love this decadent milkshake, made with chocolate ice cream, butter pecan ice cream, and bourbon. Don't forget to top it with pecan pieces and whipped cream!

Get the recipe at Camille Styles.

Infuse your cocktail with lavender syrup for a twist on the classic Derby Day drink.

Get the recipe at Pizzazzerie.

These mini cakes combine butterscotch, pecan praline, and chocolate. Serve in a mini Mason jar topped with ice cream for bonus points!

Get the recipe at Half Baked Harvest.

Chocolate-pecan pie gets the bar treatment for an easy-to-serve party dessert.

Get the recipe at Half Baked Harvest.

Make a mini version of the famous Kentucky Hot Brown sandwich for the quintessential Derby Day party dish.

Get the recipe at Celebrations at Home.

Bake the classic flavors of a mint julep into a cake for a deliciously festive twist.

Get the recipe at One Perfect Bite.

Make the classic Louisville spread slightly more gourmet by making bite-size tea sandwiches.

Get the recipe at Gourmandistan.

These bite-sized, peachy treats are even more adorable with mini bow ties.

Get the recipe at Hostess with the Mostess.

Toss pecans with butter and brown sugar, then toast them and sprinkle with sea salt for a tasty bar snack.

Get the recipe at Taste.Savor.Share.

Cheese grits are a Southern classic. Try making them in individual portions for the perfect party-time snack.

Get the recipe at The Vintage Mixer.

These sliders are stuffed with turkey, bacon, and Gruyere cheese, and are coated in a garlic, butter sauce for an irresistible party snack.

Get the recipe at The Seasoned Mom.

Light and airy biscuits get extra heartiness with the addition of salty, country ham.

Get the recipe at Cook Like a Champion.

These mini meatballs are slathered in a bourbon sauce for extra punch.

Get the recipe at The View From Great Island.

The classic, cheesy Southern appetizer is perfect on crusty bread.

Get the recipe at Katie's Cucina.

Capture the flavors of Derby Pie in cupcake form by adding chopped pecans, chocolate chips, and crumbled pie crust on top.

Get the recipe at Polka Dot Chair.

Pour bourbon sauce over pulled pork and serve between slider rolls for a flavorful, mini sandwich.


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