17 Recipes They Should Put in the Bills New Cookbook

17 Recipes They Should Put in the Bills New Cookbook

Earlier this month, Bills long snapper Reid Ferguson tweeted that the Bills would be coming out with a cookbook soon. They would be missing out if they omit these recipes.

You may recall that in the 1990s, the Buffalo Bills released a cookbook intended to raise money for Children’s Hospital. It seemed like everyone had it in the house. Some people probably still use some of those recipes at their tailgate parties to this day.

A Twitter user posted a photo saying they should be replicating it with players starting today. At that point, the Bills long snapper agreed and confirmed that they are trying to make it happen again and that they will use it again to raise money for a good cause here in western New York.

Of course, that’s when people start to think outside the box at radio.

If they were to use players from today, what would the recipes be? I mean, we wish they would focus on tailgating and probably be a play on words with the names of the players. We imagined grilled meats and burgers, snacks and soups. All the stuff you could want with a tailgate, and maybe some you should not want there too.

Now don’t ask us how to make these things. They don’t exist. But… they should. We were just having a little spitball when we came up with these ideas, but some of them are pure gold. I mean… Crowder’s Chowder? How could you go wrong on a cold November day?

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