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FanIQ Super Bowl Recipe Book (Edited 01/05/09 12:26PM by Jess)
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As a result of the awesome recipes and feedback we collected for the FanIQ Holiday Recipe Book, I've decided that now would be a good time to put one together for the Super Bowl. Most of us either host or attend parties for the big day, which usually necessitates making or bringing food. I figured we could do like we did for the holidays and post our favorite SB party recipes here. I'll gather them all up and post a blog a week before the Super Bowl so everyone has a chance to pick and choose and use some of them!

Care to share?
Featured by: sports_schmorts at 1/05/09 12:24PM
| Closed on 01/21/09 at 05:00PM
FanIQ Pts? No | Locker Room, Food | Multiple Choice Opinion Poll
48 Fans 
 1. Do you usually host your own party, or attend another? (0 points)
15%a. I always have the party at my house and make lots of food
6%b. I have the party at my house and do a potluck
23%c. I usually attend a party where someone else provides all the food
13%d. I usually attend a potluck
38%e. Sometimes I have my own, sometimes I go elsewhere, but I always bring...
6%f. I'm not into this "Big Game" everybody talks about
 2. If you host your own, what kind of food do you make? (0 points)
38%a. All of it
0%b. None, I have it catered
25%c. I buy the big stuff, but make some small stuff
2%d. I don't make anything, I just have chips etc.
29%e. I go to someone else's
6%f. I don't do the Super Bowl
 3. If you go to someone else's house, what do you bring? (0 points)
6%a. Just myself
13%b. A main dish
35%c. An appetizer
19%d. I just buy some chips or something
23%e. I have my own party, I answered above
4%f. I don't do the Super Bowl
 4. What kind of Super Bowl party recipes are you sharing with us? (0 points)
6%a. Main dish
23%b. Appetizers
2%c. Sweet treats
13%d. More than one of the above
10%e. Go to the store, check out the snack aisles....
42%f. I don't have a recipe to share
4%g. I don't do the Super Bowl

 &nbp;
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#33 | 2065 days ago

(Edited by Beaneaters)
It really depends on the number of people at the Super Bowl party, if it's just you and the misses watching the game, you can take something as simple as this...



and turn it into a nice snack during halftime...


1. Sometimes I have my own, sometimes I go elsewhere, but I always bring...  2. I buy the big stuff, but make some small stuff   3. An appetizer  4. Appetizers  
  
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#1 | 2066 days ago

Pay no attention to that little Steelers logo on the cupcake
(unless you're a Steelers fan)...this was not my own pic, I stole it from Google.
1. I always have the party at my house and make lots of food  2. All of it   3. I have my own party, I answered above  4. More than one of the above  
#2 | 2066 days ago

One of my fave snacky dish is Rotel.

You take a block of Vevetta, and a can of Rotel and melt it in a crock pot, serve with tortilla chips.  Want it a lil more meaty or spicy, brown up a package of the Jimmy Deans breakfast sausage and toss that in there..

YUMMY!!!!
1. I'm not into this "Big Game" everybody talks about  2. I don't do the Super Bowl  3. An appetizer  4. Appetizers  
#3 | 2066 days ago

I usually have to work during the Super Bowl, so I bring feast to work with me and watch the game there!
1. I always have the party at my house and make lots of food  2. All of it   3. I have my own party, I answered above  4. I don't have a recipe to share  
#4 | 2066 days ago
mooser58 (+)

Jess wrote:
Pay no attention to that little Steelers logo on the cupcake
(unless you're a Steelers fan)...this was not my own pic, I stole it from Google.
I thought maybe someone sent you those after the Steelers beat the Seahawks......
1. I usually attend a party where someone else provides all the food  2. I go to someone else's  3. Just myself  4. I don't have a recipe to share  
#5 | 2066 days ago
mooser58 (+)

I go to The Super Bowl each year so I am at our hospitality party.  Hands down the best we hosted was two years ago in Miami.  We used Emeril's restaurant in South Beach and had Emeril cook for all of our clients.  A close second would be in Detroit when we took over the Greektown Casino right by the stadium.
1. I usually attend a party where someone else provides all the food  2. I go to someone else's  3. Just myself  4. I don't have a recipe to share  
#6 | 2066 days ago

mooser58 wrote:
I thought maybe someone sent you those after the Steelers beat the Seahawks......
ah no. I actually worked for 2 days on cookies that week. I made jersey cookies for the Seahawks AND the Steelers - I had a few friends over who were Steelers fans; even though it killed me a little inside, I couldn't leave them out.
1. I always have the party at my house and make lots of food  2. All of it   3. I have my own party, I answered above  4. More than one of the above  
#7 | 2066 days ago

1) Go to local supermarket
2) Buy lots of frozen food
3) Get lots of booze
4) Microwave / oven frozen food
5) Eat food, get hammered, watch football
6) Repeat step 5 as nessesary
1. I usually attend a potluck  2. I go to someone else's  3. I just buy some chips or something  4. Go to the store, check out the snack aisles....  
#8 | 2066 days ago

Li'l Smokies in a Blanket

1 bag Li'l Smokies
2 cans Pillsbury Crescent Rolls

Cut each pre-cut crescent roll in half, wrap around Li'l Smokie. Bake according to crescent roll package. Serve with ketchup, mustard, and bbq sauce.

These are a little tedious, but trust me when I say they'll be party favorites.
1. I always have the party at my house and make lots of food  2. All of it   3. I have my own party, I answered above  4. More than one of the above  
#9 | 2066 days ago
Kerri (+)

We go to Dave's house... we do that alot. I am always the designated cheeseball maker and bringer... see the Christmas Recipes for the directions. I may or may not have something else later....
1. I usually attend a party where someone else provides all the food  2. I go to someone else's  3. An appetizer  4. Appetizers  
#10 | 2066 days ago

 1 block of cream cheese

cover in salsa

eat with chips.

yeah i don't cook much....
1. I usually attend a party where someone else provides all the food  2. I go to someone else's  3. I just buy some chips or something  4. Appetizers  
#11 | 2066 days ago

I don't have a SB recipe, but I can't wait to see what good stuff everyone else cooks up.
1. I usually attend a party where someone else provides all the food  2. I go to someone else's  3. I just buy some chips or something  4. I don't have a recipe to share  
#12 | 2066 days ago

(Edited by Jess)
Oh salsa...I make this one time wherever we're stationed and then I get begged to bring it anywhere (I may have shared this before, but I don't think so):
It's so important that you use fresh ingredients wherever you can with this...the flavor is phenomenal

10 Roma tomatoes
1/2 white or yellow onion
3-4 jalepeno or Anaheim peppers - de-seed all but 1/2 of a pepper
5 garlic cloves (minced)
1 finger fresh oregano (minced)
2 fingers fresh cilantro (minced)
Juice of 1 lime (squeeze that sucker good)
1 - 1.5 tsp salt - then add .5 tsp at a time to taste
Black pepper to taste
- I also sometimes put a dash of cayenne in it, but it isn't necessary.
Tomato sauce to desired consistency (I only use about 1/3 can, I like my salsa more like pico de gallo)

Serve with tortilla chips.
1. I always have the party at my house and make lots of food  2. All of it   3. I have my own party, I answered above  4. More than one of the above  
#13 | 2066 days ago

1 Package of little smokies
1 package bacon
Cup Brown Sugar
Cut bacon in half then wrap each little smokie sausage in bacon secure with a tooth pick.
Put them in a skillet, till bacon is almost done, then place in a baking dish sprinkle the brown sugar over them. 
Put baking dish in pre-heated 350 degree oven for about 15-20 min.  Sugar will caramelize on the individually wrapped sausages tooth picks will be a nice little handle.

More proof that ANYTHING is better with bacon!
1. I usually attend a potluck  2. All of it   3. A main dish  4. More than one of the above  
#14 | 2066 days ago

1 (12-ounce) can tuna, well drained
2 stalks celery, finely chopped
20 green olives, sliced
1 (2-ounce) can flat anchovies packed in olive oil, finely drained
Black pepper
2 tablespoons olive oil
  
Combine all ingredients and toss well. Add olive oil to moisten. Chill at least 2 hours for flavors to blend. Serve with thinly sliced Italian bread.
1. I usually attend a potluck  2. All of it   3. A main dish  4. More than one of the above  
#15 | 2066 days ago

1 cup grated Parmesan
2 teaspoons garlic salt or powder
12 slices bacon
24 (4 1/2-inch) long sesame breadsticks (1 package)
Preheat oven to 350 degrees F.
In a mixing bowl, combine the Parmesan with garlic salt and set aside. Cut the bacon slices in half so they are approximately 5-inches long. Wrap each bread stick with 1 slice of bacon, starting at 1 end and ending at the other. Place wrapped bread sticks on a cookie sheet lined with parchment paper, and bake for 15 minutes or until bacon is browned. Remove from oven and immediately roll bread sticks in cheese mixture. Let cool and serve at room temperature.
1. I usually attend a potluck  2. All of it   3. A main dish  4. More than one of the above  
#16 | 2066 days ago

2 tablespoons olive oil
1 pound fully cooked smoked sausage (such as hot links or Kielbasa), sliced into 1/2-inch-thick rounds
1 onion, chopped
4 garlic cloves, chopped
3 14 1/2- to 16-ounce cans kidney beans
1 cup canned low-salt chicken broth
1 teaspoon Creole or Cajun seasoning or 1/2 teaspoon cayenne pepper
3 cups cooked rice

Heat olive oil in heavy large Dutch oven over medium heat. Add sausage, onion and garlic and sauté until onion is brown, about 15 minutes. Mix in kidney beans with their juices, broth and Creole seasoning. Reduce heat to medium-low; cover and simmer until flavors are blended and mixture is very thick, stirring occasionally, about 45 minutes.
Divide cooked rice among large shallow soup bowls. Spoon bean mixture over rice and serve.

This makes 6 good sized servings, you might have to doube if you are expecting more people.

1. I usually attend a potluck  2. All of it   3. A main dish  4. More than one of the above  
#17 | 2066 days ago

In the crock pot start this one early!!

Amazing Beef
INGREDIENTS:
1 lean pot roast, about 2 to 3 pounds
  • 1 jar (24 to 32 ounces) Greek salad peppers (pepperoncini)
  • 3 to 4 cloves garlic, chopped
PREPARATION:
Place the beef roast into slow cooker. Dump entire jar of peppers and liquid over it. Add garlic. Cover and cook on LOW for 8 to 10 hours.

You can slice the beef before you put it into the crock pot, this will cut the cooking time down by half, and save you hassle after it is done slicing the beef then.  Set some pita bread by the cock pot and guests can stuff the beef with the peppers in the pita and chow down.
1. I usually attend a potluck  2. All of it   3. A main dish  4. More than one of the above  
#18 | 2066 days ago

Something simple but effective is making rice krispie treats, 4 batches, in the 'colors' of the teams playing.     Some simple food coloring does the trick !!

We usually host the Super Bowl party, have many 'fun bets' for people to wager on (hey.....future poll question !), and it's generally a great time......oh, and we watch the game too !!!!         
1. I always have the party at my house and make lots of food  2. All of it   3. I have my own party, I answered above  4. Sweet treats  
#19 | 2066 days ago
mooser58 (+)

This is for my world famous CANDY BACON!!!!!!

Cook bacon in 2 batches in a 12-inch heavy skillet over moderate heat, turning over once, until bacon is lightly browned on edges but still flexible, 5 to 6 minutes total per batch. Transfer bacon as cooked to paper towels to drain.

Pour off fat from skillet and arrange bacon in skillet in 1 layer. Sprinkle Demerara sugar over bacon and cook over low heat, turning occasionally with tongs, until sugar is dissolved, caramelized (sugar melts very slowly and burns easily; reduce heat if necessary after sugar begins to caramelize), and coats bacon, 8 to 10 minutes. (Bacon will be dark and look lacquered.) Transfer bacon with tongs to brown paper to cool.

Eat...drool....repeat.

1. I usually attend a party where someone else provides all the food  2. I go to someone else's  3. Just myself  4. I don't have a recipe to share  
#20 | 2066 days ago

I still have to try to make Tom's cheese fries from the Holiday Recipes before I get to these.
#21 | 2066 days ago

Simple recipe. Bread Sticks, Bacon, Parasan Cheese. Preheat oven to 350, wrap bacon around bread sticks put in oven 10-15 min or until bacon is crisp, remove from pan sprinkle with cheese eat with cold beer or other favorite beverage.
1. I have the party at my house and do a potluck  2. I buy the big stuff, but make some small stuff   3. I have my own party, I answered above  4. I don't have a recipe to share  
#22 | 2066 days ago

kantwistaye wrote:
I still have to try to make Tom's cheese fries from the Holiday Recipes before I get to these.
I think those cheese straws sound like an AWESOME addition to the Super Bowl party food
1. I always have the party at my house and make lots of food  2. All of it   3. I have my own party, I answered above  4. More than one of the above  
#23 | 2066 days ago
SWDfisher48 (+)





A Super Bowl Nacho Sauce or Dip
 
1 lb. of favorite ground sausage (Jimmie Dean)
1 large loaf of Velveeta Cheese
1 lb. of Pepper Jack Cheese
1 Medium size jar of Pace Salsa, in your own desired spiciness
            (mild, medium, hot)
 
Optional:
2 Tomatoes  diced, for sauce
1 can of Black Olives, small for dip, large for sauce
1 Container of Sour Cream
   Guacamole Sausage
 
Brown Ground Sausage in pan, drain
Melt both cheeses in your desired way, (I use a crock pot, or  
        microwave)
Mix Ground Beef, melted cheese, salsa, and if desired a small 
       can, or half a large can of Black Olives in a bowl, I like the
       crock pot because it will keep it warm, without burning. 
 
You can use as a dip with Tostitos  Scoops, or pour over your favorite chips as sauce, in which you can add Sour Cream, Guacamole, diced tomatoes, and rest of large can olives.
1. I usually attend a potluck  2. All of it   3. An appetizer  4. Appetizers  
#24 | 2066 days ago

Jess wrote:
I think those cheese straws sound like an AWESOME addition to the Super Bowl party food
I have an unhealthy love of cheese (I am a Wisconsinite after all) so they sound like an awesome addition to anything to me.
#25 | 2066 days ago

(Edited by kteacher)
Is it wrong that I use the same recipe I shared for the Holiday edition? lol

OK I make these cool egg salad and tuna fish (yes together) finger sandwiches I learned from my grandma. I use wonder bread (thin sliced) edges cut off. Tuna and egg salad (just using mayo in both salads) are separated by a piece of bread. They are then cut into small rectangles. Sounds not very good, and I am the pickiest eater, but these little sandwiches are AWESOME! Only problem with them, is that you have to make a lot because it takes a lot to full from.
1. I usually attend a potluck  2. I go to someone else's  3. A main dish  4. I don't have a recipe to share  
#26 | 2066 days ago

SWDfisher48 wrote:




A Super Bowl Nacho Sauce or Dip
 
1 lb. of favorite ground sausage (Jimmie Dean)
1 large loaf of Velveeta Cheese
1 lb. of Pepper Jack Cheese
1 Medium size jar of Pace Salsa, in your own desired spiciness
            (mild, medium, hot)
 
Optional:
2 Tomatoes  diced, for sauce
1 can of Black Olives, small for dip, large for sauce
1 Container of Sour Cream
   Guacamole Sausage
 
Brown Ground Sausage in pan, drain
Melt both cheeses in your desired way, (I use a crock pot, or  
        microwave)
Mix Ground Beef, melted cheese, salsa, and if desired a small 
       can, or half a large can of Black Olives in a bowl, I like the
       crock pot because it will keep it warm, without burning. 
 
You can use as a dip with Tostitos  Scoops, or pour over your favorite chips as sauce, in which you can add Sour Cream, Guacamole, diced tomatoes, and rest of large can olives.
Words cannot even describe how delicious that looks right now. My eyes are literally watering- not crying, but as if they are salivating. I am so hungry now, and I hate you for it.
1. I usually attend a potluck  2. I go to someone else's  3. I just buy some chips or something  4. Go to the store, check out the snack aisles....  
#27 | 2065 days ago

kantwistaye wrote:
I have an unhealthy love of cheese (I am a Wisconsinite after all) so they sound like an awesome addition to anything to me.
I'm the same way...I'm not from Wisconsin though. I live close enough to Tillamook though that I can use that as an excuse (maybe) lol.
1. I always have the party at my house and make lots of food  2. All of it   3. I have my own party, I answered above  4. More than one of the above  
#28 | 2065 days ago

Grilled Taco Cheeseburgers

2 lbs of ground beef (or ground bison)
2 packages (1 1/4 ounce each) of Taco Bell Home Originals Taco Seasoning mix
16 slices of American Cheese
8 Kaiser Rolls, split and toasted
Any brand of thick and chunky salsa.
lettuce leaves

Mix meat and seasoning mix. Shape into 8 patties.
Place patties on grill over medium coals. Grill each side 7-9 minutes or until cook through.
Top each patty with 2 slices of American cheese and continue grilling until cheese begins to melt.
Place lettuce leaf then burger on bun; top with salsa.

Makes 8 burgers.
1. I usually attend a party where someone else provides all the food  2. I go to someone else's  3. I just buy some chips or something  4. More than one of the above  
#29 | 2065 days ago

I make Chicken Wings, not just for the Super bowl but for all parties

5lb Chicken wings
5-6 gloves galic
1 large bottle of soy sauce
2/3 cup brown sugar

In a deep pan mix chicken wings, garlic, soy sauce, and brown sugar. Cover and marinate over night. Bake in oven @ 350 degrees for about an hour  or until chicken is done.
1. Sometimes I have my own, sometimes I go elsewhere, but I always bring...  2. All of it   3. An appetizer  4. Appetizers  
#30 | 2065 days ago

Roasted Potato Salad

8 cups of quartered, unpeeled small red potatoes
2 cups of Miracle Whip
4 hard boiled eggs, chopped  (Since I don't eat egg yolk, I boil 8 eggs without using the yolk)
8 slices of bacon, chopped, crisply cooked and drained
1/2 cup of sliced green onions
1/2 teaspoon of salt
1/2 teaspoon of pepper

Heat oven to 455
Place potatoes on 15 x 10 x 1 inch baking pan sprayed with non-stick cooking spray.
Bake 30 to 35 minutes or until potatoes are tender and golden brown, stirring once.
Mix Miracle Whip, eggs, bacon, onions, salt & pepper in large bowl.
Add potatoes; mix lightly .
Can be served warm or chilled.

Makes 12 servings.
1. I usually attend a party where someone else provides all the food  2. I go to someone else's  3. I just buy some chips or something  4. More than one of the above  
#31 | 2065 days ago
TVO (+)

2 Cups of water
1 package of Ramien
Boil Water
Add Ramien
Simmer 3 minutes
(if you happen to have a de-hydrated beef patty from an MRE and tabasco, you should add them)

*note* The de-hydrated beef patties haven't been in the MRE's for like a decade or more, so good luck. A crappy leftover meatloaf may be substituted.
#32 | 2065 days ago

Sounds like someone has being chowing down in the mess hall for way too long...
1. Sometimes I have my own, sometimes I go elsewhere, but I always bring...  2. I buy the big stuff, but make some small stuff   3. An appetizer  4. Appetizers  
#33 | 2065 days ago

(Edited by Beaneaters)
It really depends on the number of people at the Super Bowl party, if it's just you and the misses watching the game, you can take something as simple as this...



and turn it into a nice snack during halftime...


1. Sometimes I have my own, sometimes I go elsewhere, but I always bring...  2. I buy the big stuff, but make some small stuff   3. An appetizer  4. Appetizers  
#34 | 2065 days ago
TVO (+)

Beaneaters wrote:
Sounds like someone has being chowing down in the mess hall for way too long...

Well I don't think I ever ate an MRE in the mess hall, but believe it or not that recipe has made me happy more than once on a cold, wet night out in the woods....

#35 | 2065 days ago
CrazyC (+)

I'd like to add to Question #3 - I bring myself and the alcohol! 
1. I usually attend a party where someone else provides all the food  2. I go to someone else's  3. Just myself  4. I don't have a recipe to share  
#36 | 2065 days ago

(Edited by Chief_aka_James)
Sadly, no recipes from me, not a huge SB party/foodie guy, but I'm with Carrie right above, I'll bring the booze...
1. I usually attend a party where someone else provides all the food  2. I go to someone else's  3. Just myself  4. I don't have a recipe to share  
#37 | 2065 days ago

Frito dip

16 oz container of sour cream
1 pkg ranch dressing mix
1 pkg sharp cheddar cheese
1 bag real bacon bits

Mix it all together and serve with dip size Fritos




Barbeque meatballs

One large package frozen premade meatballs
One large bottle Bull's Eye barbeque sauce

Pour the sauce over the meatballs in a slow cooker and heat until bubbly.
1. Sometimes I have my own, sometimes I go elsewhere, but I always bring...  2. All of it   3. An appetizer  4. Appetizers  
#38 | 2065 days ago

Chief_aka_James wrote:
Sadly, no recipes from me, not a huge SB party/foodie guy, but I'm with Carrie right above, I'll bring the booze...
You guys are both invited...I love doing the food but I always forget the booze part
1. I always have the party at my house and make lots of food  2. All of it   3. I have my own party, I answered above  4. More than one of the above  
#39 | 2065 days ago

Jess wrote:
You guys are both invited...I love doing the food but I always forget the booze part
How....how is it possible to forget the most important part of any party?

No offense of course, but I would hate to be at your place for any party that includes no booze and Seahawks memorabilia everywhere...
1. I usually attend a party where someone else provides all the food  2. I go to someone else's  3. Just myself  4. I don't have a recipe to share  
#40 | 2065 days ago

Chief_aka_James wrote:
How....how is it possible to forget the most important part of any party?

No offense of course, but I would hate to be at your place for any party that includes no booze and Seahawks memorabilia everywhere...
Oh trust me - when my husband is off duty we have plenty of beer...I just always forget the booze for myself and anyone else who likes that stuff. Someone usually brings stuff though, and sometimes I have bottles left over from New Years or whatever. I knew I was saving that Grey Goose for something....
1. I always have the party at my house and make lots of food  2. All of it   3. I have my own party, I answered above  4. More than one of the above  
#41 | 2065 days ago

Jess wrote:
Oh trust me - when my husband is off duty we have plenty of beer...I just always forget the booze for myself and anyone else who likes that stuff. Someone usually brings stuff though, and sometimes I have bottles left over from New Years or whatever. I knew I was saving that Grey Goose for something....
and yet you ignore the Seahawks memorabilia part..
1. I usually attend a party where someone else provides all the food  2. I go to someone else's  3. Just myself  4. I don't have a recipe to share  
#42 | 2065 days ago

Chief_aka_James wrote:
and yet you ignore the Seahawks memorabilia part..
I have selective "reading"
1. I always have the party at my house and make lots of food  2. All of it   3. I have my own party, I answered above  4. More than one of the above  
#43 | 2064 days ago

TVO wrote:

Well I don't think I ever ate an MRE in the mess hall, but believe it or not that recipe has made me happy more than once on a cold, wet night out in the woods....

oh, I see, you've made your wife mad a couple of times too...
1. Sometimes I have my own, sometimes I go elsewhere, but I always bring...  2. I buy the big stuff, but make some small stuff   3. An appetizer  4. Appetizers  
#44 | 2064 days ago
Kerri (+)

(Edited by Kerri)
Pickle Pinwheels

Buddig Ham
Dill Pickles (spears or whole)
Cream Cheese (set this out for an hour or so and let soften so it's easy to spread)

Lay pickles on paper towel and let dry.  Lay out meat and spread cream cheese on top. I usually put another piece of meat on top of that and spread on more cream cheese since the meat is really thin. Then wrap it all around the pickle like a blanket. Chill for an hour or so (or overnight if you have time) then slice them into 1/2 inch or so pieces.  Voila`
1. I usually attend a party where someone else provides all the food  2. I go to someone else's  3. An appetizer  4. Appetizers  
#45 | 2064 days ago

Kerri wrote:
Pickle Pinwheels

Buddig Ham
Dill Pickles (spears or whole)
Cream Cheese (set this out for an hour or so and let soften so it's easy to spread)

Lay pickles on paper towel and let dry.  Lay out meat and spread cream cheese on top. I usually put another piece of meat on top of that and spread on more cream cheese since the meat is really thin. Then wrap it all around the pickle like a blanket. Chill for an hour or so (or overnight if you have time) then slice them into 1/2 inch or so pieces.  Voila`
These are SOOO good - I have a friend who always makes them
1. I always have the party at my house and make lots of food  2. All of it   3. I have my own party, I answered above  4. More than one of the above  
#46 | 2064 days ago
Kerri (+)

Jess wrote:
These are SOOO good - I have a friend who always makes them
The first time I heard them described I thought it had to be the one of the most disgusting combinations I've ever heard of... until I tried them.  Sooooooooo good
1. I usually attend a party where someone else provides all the food  2. I go to someone else's  3. An appetizer  4. Appetizers  
#47 | 2064 days ago

Jess wrote:
You guys are both invited...I love doing the food but I always forget the booze part
 what is a super bowl party without the beer and the booze?
1. I usually attend a potluck  2. I go to someone else's  3. A main dish  4. Go to the store, check out the snack aisles....  
#48 | 2063 days ago

Kerri wrote:
The first time I heard them described I thought it had to be the one of the most disgusting combinations I've ever heard of... until I tried them.  Sooooooooo good
I use corned beef...

Once I wanted these so bad, I made it for lunch!!!
1. I'm not into this "Big Game" everybody talks about  2. I don't do the Super Bowl  3. An appetizer  4. Appetizers  
#49 | 2060 days ago

Chicken Barbecue and Slaw Sandwiches

 

3 chicken breast halves, bone-in
 
Sauce:
1 cup ketchup
1/2 cup apple cider vinegar
1/4 cup onion, minced
2 cloves garlic, minced
2 teaspoons chili powder
 
Slaw:
4 cups cabbage, thinly sliced or chopped
1/2 cup mayonnaise
2 tablespoons yellow mustard
1 1/2 tablespoons apple cider vinegar
1/2 teaspoon celery seeds
1/4 teaspoon salt
1/4 teaspoon pepper
4 hamburger buns
  1. Preheat oven to 325 F.
  2. In small bowl, whisk together ketchup, apple cider vinegar, onion, garlic, chili powder and hot pepper sauce.
  3. Place chicken breasts in glass baking dish. Pour sauce over chicken, turning to coat all sides. Turn chicken skin-side up. Place in oven and bake 1 hour. Set aside until cool enough to handle.
  4. While chicken is cooling, in large bowl, stir together cabbage, mayonnaise, yellow mustard, apple cider vinegar, celery seeds, salt and pepper. Set aside.
  5. Discard chicken skin. Pull meat off bones; place meat in saucepan. Scrape sauce out of baking dish and stir into saucepan. Over low heat, warm chicken until hot throughout. Open buns on plates; top with chicken and slaw. Close buns and serve.
1. Sometimes I have my own, sometimes I go elsewhere, but I always bring...  2. I buy the big stuff, but make some small stuff   3. A main dish  4. Main dish  
#50 | 2060 days ago

If your team isn't playing...Wings and Beer are the way to go
1. I usually attend a party where someone else provides all the food  2. I go to someone else's  3. I have my own party, I answered above  4. I don't have a recipe to share  
#51 | 2051 days ago

m not really a kitchen guy
1. Sometimes I have my own, sometimes I go elsewhere, but I always bring...  2. All of it   3. An appetizer  4. Main dish  
#52 | 2051 days ago
Kerri (+)

Buffalo Chicken Dip

2 pkgs cream cheese softened
1 cup ranch dressing
1 can chicken
hot sauce to taste  (it calls for 2/3 cup but that's ALOT!)

mix it all up and serve it with tortilla chips. really good heated up.
1. I usually attend a party where someone else provides all the food  2. I go to someone else's  3. An appetizer  4. Appetizers  
#53 | 2051 days ago

Kerri wrote:
Buffalo Chicken Dip

2 pkgs cream cheese softened
1 cup ranch dressing
1 can chicken
hot sauce to taste  (it calls for 2/3 cup but that's ALOT!)

mix it all up and serve it with tortilla chips. really good heated up.
That stuff is sooooooo good.
#54 | 2051 days ago

I gotta ask though...what the hell is a can of chicken?
1. I usually attend a party where someone else provides all the food  2. I go to someone else's  3. Just myself  4. I don't have a recipe to share  
#55 | 2051 days ago

Chief_aka_James wrote:
I gotta ask though...what the hell is a can of chicken?
 chicken of the sea?
1. I usually attend a party where someone else provides all the food  2. I go to someone else's  3. I just buy some chips or something  4. Appetizers  
#56 | 2051 days ago

hskrdave wrote:
 chicken of the sea?
so is it chicken, or is it fish?
1. I usually attend a party where someone else provides all the food  2. I go to someone else's  3. Just myself  4. I don't have a recipe to share  
#57 | 2051 days ago

You can get can of chicken just like cans of tuna.  Probably in the same isle at the grocery store.
1. I usually attend a potluck  2. All of it   3. A main dish  4. More than one of the above  
#58 | 2051 days ago
Kerri (+)

RunningDawg wrote:
You can get can of chicken just like cans of tuna.  Probably in the same isle at the grocery store.
That is the exact answer I got to the "what is a can of chicken" question when I asked the person who gave me the recipe. 
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