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D.C. Diamonds Accepting Tailgate Recipes For Cookbook Benefiting THON

Every Penn Stater has a go-to tailgate recipe, and it’s time to share your favorite finger food with your fellow Penn State football fans.

Show off your Beaver Stadium chicken basket recipe or your spicy gameday chili in D.C. Diamonds’ cookbook benefiting THON.

D.C. Diamonds is a volunteer group made up of members of the Penn State Alumni Association in the Washington, D.C. area who raise funds and awareness for THON.

This year, the group is accepting tailgate recipes to be featured in a cookbook. Recipes must be submitted through an online form by Friday, January 8 to be included.

All proceeds from the finished cookbook will benefit children and families impacted by childhood cancer.

D.C. Diamonds is searching for breakfast, appetizer, entree, dessert, and drink recipes for the cookbook. Recipes of all complexities and skill levels are welcomed.

Submissions can include the name of the recipe, a picture of the final product, a rating of difficulty from one to five, and your favorite tailgate memory. Participants can include their name and location or choose to remain anonymous.

Upon completion, the cookbook can be purchased here.

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Colleen Nersten

Colleen is a sophomore biology major from York, Pa and is one of Onward State's associate editors. She overuses the ~tilde~ and aspires to be no other than the great Guy Fieri. You can find Colleen filling up her gas tank at Rutter’s, the ~superior~ Pennsylvania gas station. Please direct any questions or concerns to [email protected]


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