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Giants tailgating and “homegating:” What are your secrets?

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NFL games are an experience for many fans.

If you attend New York Giants games, especially on somewhat of a regular basis, you probably do a whole lot more than drive to the game, park your car outside MetLife Stadium, enter the building and watch the game.

Tailgating is an essential part of the game day experience if you are in attendance.

If you are at home, many of you probably just sit down at kickoff time and watch. I’m sure, though, that some of you turn game days into an experience. You might call that “homegating.”

Now, I’ll admit that I don’t really know anything about the best ways to do either. I don’t tailgate Giants games. I’m working. I park my car and head to the press box. I see you guys out there having fun, cooking your food, downing your beverages, playing your games.

I quite honestly am not a “homegating” expert, either. I’m one of those people who actually prefers to watch games — even the Super Bowl — alone. I’m actually interested in the game, not the party.

Anyway, we want to know your tailgating and homegating secrets. Drop your tailgating setup, your stories, tips, tricks, favorite dishes, favorite activities in the comments.

The best or most interesting tailgating/homegating tips and tricks will be used, with credit to you, down the line in content on our SB Nation NFL page and here at BBV.