Merry Christmas!!!

We hope y’all have had a wonderful year and enjoy celebrating the holidays with your family and friends.  We love adding touches of our favorite teams to our Christmas celebrations and picked out one for all of our beloved SEC teams.


How cute is this mini sweater ornament?


This high heel ornament is perfect for any Ole Miss belle.  One of us might have added this gem to her tree this year.


This has to be a perfect throw to cuddle under and watch Christmas specials with a mug of hot chocolate for any Georgia fan.


A very cute way to celebrate a Bama fans favorite spot to be on a Saturday.


Nutcrackers are a favorite Christmas decoration of many and Aubie makes one very cute nutcracker.


Every Razorback fan will love having an ornament with the Tower on it placed on their tree.


This stocking will look good on any Gator fans mantel.


This gingerbread house isn’t edible but it will sure look cute on any Kentucky fans tree.


This cowbell will look cute on any Mississippi State fan’s tree.


A great way for any Mizzou fan to sport team spirit at a tacky sweater party.


The perfect plate for any Gamecock fan to leave cookies for Santa.


This cute snowman will look great on any Vols fan tree.


This ornament is perfect for any little Aggie fans first Christmas ornament.


This Vandy ornament is a beautiful addition to any Commodore fans tree.

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SEC West Stadiums

Some of the toughest and loudest places to play a game are in an SEC West stadium.




Bryant-Denny Stadium

  • Home of the Alabama Crimson Tide
  • Opened September 28, 1929
  • Seats 101,821
  • Until the 1990s only 3 or 4 home games a year were played here.
  • Coach Paul “Bear” Bryant’s name added to the name in 1975.



Donald W. Reynolds Razorback STadium

  • Home of the Arkansas Razorbacks
  • Opened on September 24, 1938
  • Seats 72,000
  • The original structure was funded by the Works Progress Administration.
  • Still play 2 games a year at War Memorial Stadium in Little Rock until 2016



Jordan Hare Stadium

  • Home of the Auburn Tigers
  • Opened on November 9, 1939
  • Seats 87,457
  • Ralph “Shug” Jordan’s name was added in 1973, which was a first for an active coach.
  • First Iron Bowl held on December 2, 1989



Tiger Stadium

  • Home of the LSU Tigers
  • Opened on November 25, 1924
  • Seats 102,321
  • Known as “Death Valley”
  • October 8, 1988 game against Auburn is referred to as the “Earthquake Game” due to the noise registering on the richter scale.
  • Only field that marks every 5 yards.




Davis Wade Stadium at Scott Field

  • Home of the Mississippi State Bulldogs
  • Opened in 1914.  Happy 100th Anniversary!!
  • Seats 61,337
  • The fifth oldest stadium in USA.
  • Bully I buried under the 50 yard line players benches.
  • Hosted the 100th Egg Bowl




Vaught – Hemmingway Stadium

  • Home of the Ole Miss Rebels
  • Opened on October 1, 2015
  • Seats 60,580
  • Lights were first installed in 1990.
  • Each week a different celebrity does the intro to Hotty Toddy.



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Kyle Field

  • Home of the Texas A&M Aggies
  • Opened on September 24, 1927
  • Seats 106,511
  • Also home to the Twelfth Man
  • The First Reveille is buried in the north end zone so she can always see the score.



And a couple honorable mentions:



Legion Field

  • Opened on November 19, 1927
  • Seats 71, 594
  • Located in Birmingham, AL
  • Hosted the Iron Bowl 1948-1988
  • Hosted the first two SEC championship games in 1992 and 1993




Georgia Dome

  • Opened September 6, 1992
  • Seats 71,228
  • Hosts the SEC Championship games



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SEC Championship Tailgating Menu

The end of the season means that we now have the SEC championship game to look forward too.   It can be exciting even if your team isn’t in the game and sadly neither of our teams are heading to Atlanta for the weekend.  We wish both Mizzou and Alabama luck in the game and can’t wait to see who leaves the Atlanta Dome crowned the newest SEC Champions.


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Red Velvet Kisses  Red velvet and kisses make for a yummy combination in these cookies.

Southern Pimento Cheese Dip The only thing that can make pimento cheese better is turning it into a warm dip.

Hot Cheddar Mushroom Spread  A warm creamy ranch dip with the addition of mushrooms.

Bourbon Palmer  A classic drink with a twist.  

Mudslide Brownies A mudslide is one of our favorite drinks so how could we not enjoy these brownies.

Salsa Verde Pulled Chicken Sandwiches  These sandwiches are as yummy as they are quick to make.

Jalapeño Beer Cheese Soup  Cheese and beer are two of our favorite items so this soup hits the spot.

White Chipotle Chicken Chili  A chili is one of everyone’s favorites once the temps drop so why not try this twist with chicken.

Beef Teriyaki Crisps with Wasabi mayonnaise  A great bite for while the game is one.  




Here is to the winner of the game going on to bring back the national championship back to the SEC where it belongs.