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Here we are on the edge of Super Bowl Weekend in the USA.

A HUGE food weekend!

Tailgate parties, well, at least here in Arizona ;)

And then in other parts of the country, 

folks are gathering together for all sorts of potluck parties to watch the game together.

We are headed to our dear friends home in Northern Arizona to party like it's 1999, yeah right!

Well, at least the food will be good.

I've already made a 'back in the day' Spinach and Artichoke dip

with pita chips and veggies for dippin'

Tomato Pies, plural not singular

and of course something sweet for the post game show

 

howz`bout you?

WHATCHA MAKING?

 

(btw, I'm routing for Seattle to win :thumb: ya know, loads of Hawaii folks there yeah)

post #2 of 9

I still haven't decided. Pot of chile? Hot and spicy chicken legs? Crab stuffed mushrooms, seafood quiche, mini shepard's pies? I'll have to think about it some more.

 

mjb.

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post #3 of 9

I've got a badass yet simple cheese dip that's quick and somewhat easy to do.  There's that, some chicken wings, something involving mushrooms. And red potatoes, shredded down and fried for a quick finger food.  Couple that with some burgers and/or chicken and we eat like kings.

Also, totally pulling for the Seahawks because I never liked the Patriots!

post #4 of 9

buffalo wings, cut up veg, tator tots, chips, dip... simple stuff. Just myself this year because I am still nursing an injured neck

post #5 of 9

Doing pot luck at my son's next door so I'm expecting the usual, but I'm making a gratin of potato, celeriac, parsnip, apple with smoked gruyere and some small German brats I just remembered to take out of the freezer - thank you for the reminder!

post #6 of 9

Yesterday made a half-gallon of nice dark French onion soup so it will have a couple days to ferment before the Big One.

 

The National Chicken Federation or some such industry group has predicted Americans will consume one and one-quarter BILLION chicken wings on Sunday: we plan to do our part to ensure this quota is met.

 

We'll be rooting for the 'Hawks due to living four years near Seattle; we still miss it.  I spent twelve years around Boston attending various schools, but don't miss it at all.  Never much liked it, especially the way they drive.

 

We'll have several dips and maybe a little sour mash Bourbon.

 

Say a prayer for the souls of those chickens, and enjoy the game.

 

Mike   :bounce:

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post #7 of 9
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forgot about the wings!

I'm sure someone will bring those... 

I finished all of my prep work today and I just can't stop sampling the 

Spinach and artichoke dip... with pita chips, oh my gosh! so old school

I made a quart, I'm sure that it'll be gone quickly...

for our beverage of choice we Have Henry Weinhard Root Beer for Mr. K~girl,our designated driver, y'all be safe out there now, y'hear!

and 3 Buck Chuck for moi ... 

post #8 of 9

Well, that was a complete bust.  We're snowed up to our knees and couldn't get together for the noshfest, and Seattle lost a heartbreaker.

 

Phooey

 

Mike:(

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Bummer Mike - we had a fun get together last night for it and we're getting that storm today.

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