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Superbowl Food Thread!

 
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if it was an english sporting event.... the treats would be as such


pork scratchings : pig fat/skin fried, somtimes with hair still on it [link to www.jack-frost.co.uk]


jellied eels : chopped eels boiled, allowed to cool and set, forming a jelly [link to www.dishbase.com]


Head cheese : meat jelly made with flesh from the head of a calf or pig (sometimes a sheep or cow) the parts used can vary, brains, eyes, ears, tongue, and sometimes even the feet and heart may be included [link to www.trygve.com]


a sweet, deep fried mars bar : doesnt need an explanation [link to farm3.static.flickr.com]
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02/05/2011 05:38 PM
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pizza and beer.
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My husband makes the most incredible pizza ever - he makes creamed leeks with mushrooms and sausage - he cooks nothing like me (or anyone else from Texas) but it's really amazing
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if it was an english sporting event.... the treats would be as such


pork scratchings : pig fat/skin fried, somtimes with hair still on it [link to www.jack-frost.co.uk]


jellied eels : chopped eels boiled, allowed to cool and set, forming a jelly [link to www.dishbase.com]


Head cheese : meat jelly made with flesh from the head of a calf or pig (sometimes a sheep or cow) the parts used can vary, brains, eyes, ears, tongue, and sometimes even the feet and heart may be included [link to www.trygve.com]


a sweet, deep fried mars bar : doesnt need an explanation [link to farm3.static.flickr.com]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1257326


Visited there once - it was a great diet. I'm sorry to say I didn't develop even the slightest affection for your food.
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I love Rotel dip...

It's not good for you I am sure but it is yummy.

1 can original Rotel
1 block of velveeta
1 lb ground beef

melt velveeta with drained rotel add beef and you're done

eat with chips


That's what I'm having tomorrow while I watch the Packers win the Superbowl!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 989174

This is yummy. Too bad Steelers will win.
An alternative - instead of beef, use Jimmy Dean spicy sausage. Any kind of beer goes well with this one - you'll need to quench your thirst as it's salty.
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02/05/2011 05:41 PM
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Every year we normally have a crawfish boil, gumbo and red beans and rice but we moved to the middle of nowhere and now we can't get the supplies we'd need (at least the quality) or have enough local friends to help us eat it. We'll probably have 7 layer dip, hot wings, and I had some venison made into summer sausage so I guess I'll serve some of that with a cheese and cracker tray, oh, just thought I have to have stuffed jalapenos, I love those too much - cancel the summer sausage....
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1247957


The ones with Cream Cheese are my favorite stuffed jalapenos.
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02/05/2011 05:43 PM
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Anybody else been to Grean Bay?

The "airport" is in the middle of a freak'n corn field!

That was the High Point of the trip!
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I went but it's been a really long time ago. I don't remember where I flew first but then they marched a few of us out to a tarmac where we got into what I thought was an antique plane - it was an interesting flight.
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You were flying Republic Airlines!
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Every year we normally have a crawfish boil, gumbo and red beans and rice but we moved to the middle of nowhere and now we can't get the supplies we'd need (at least the quality) or have enough local friends to help us eat it. We'll probably have 7 layer dip, hot wings, and I had some venison made into summer sausage so I guess I'll serve some of that with a cheese and cracker tray, oh, just thought I have to have stuffed jalapenos, I love those too much - cancel the summer sausage....
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1247957


The ones with Cream Cheese are my favorite stuffed jalapenos.
 Quoting: Nikki_LaVey


I used to do cream cheese wrapped in bacon but now I cook my bacon crispy and use equal amounts cream cheese and sharp cheddar with the crumbled bacon and stuff with that - I think it's much better myself
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Every year we normally have a crawfish boil, gumbo and red beans and rice but we moved to the middle of nowhere and now we can't get the supplies we'd need (at least the quality) or have enough local friends to help us eat it. We'll probably have 7 layer dip, hot wings, and I had some venison made into summer sausage so I guess I'll serve some of that with a cheese and cracker tray, oh, just thought I have to have stuffed jalapenos, I love those too much - cancel the summer sausage....
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1247957


The ones with Cream Cheese are my favorite stuffed jalapenos.
 Quoting: Nikki_LaVey


I used to do cream cheese wrapped in bacon but now I cook my bacon crispy and use equal amounts cream cheese and sharp cheddar with the crumbled bacon and stuff with that - I think it's much better myself
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I'll have to try that thanks!

A lot of Texas food being cooked I see.
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02/05/2011 05:49 PM
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A growler of some kind of Nutty Brown Ale, Grey Goose, Pizza, Chocolate Cake.
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1st half pizza

2nd half cheese dip

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I love Rotel dip...

It's not good for you I am sure but it is yummy.

1 can original Rotel
1 block of velveeta
1 lb ground beef

melt velveeta with drained rotel add beef and you're done

eat with chips


That's what I'm having tomorrow while I watch the Packers win the Superbowl!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 989174

This is yummy. Too bad Steelers will win.
An alternative - instead of beef, use Jimmy Dean spicy sausage. Any kind of beer goes well with this one - you'll need to quench your thirst as it's salty.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 568981

We are having too - only I add Jimmy Dean sausage and hamburger. I am also making chicken wings, meatballs, pigs in a blanket to go with it.
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A growler of some kind of Nutty Brown Ale, Grey Goose, Pizza, Chocolate Cake.
 Quoting: Zelda 875198


I have some Chimay to drink.
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Sorry but I can't eat while watching thousands of people get slaughtered.
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That's what the Grey Goose and klonopin are for, plan B!
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02/05/2011 05:54 PM
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Kraft Mac and Cheese, Chicken tenders and maybe some green beans - but they won't get eaten.

Chocolate milk.

(I'm having all the kids over here while everyone else is partying at my sisters chuckle)
:SWT name:

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will you cry out to heaven? Will you lay down and die?

Not me, my dear ones. This is my sacred life. To no one or no thing I'll surrender.

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02/05/2011 05:56 PM
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this year..

THE FIRST ANNUAL DOOOM BOWL!!

WHOOT!

100,000+ people affected LIVE on tv!

this year i'll go all out...

hot wings, cocktail weenies, tortilla chips and queso dip!

the suspense is killing me!

eaterofsouls

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The average salary for american soldier dying for his country is $44000

The American Medical Association' annual physician income survey shows that, an average, doctors are making close to $200000 a year
^^^^^^^^^^
who needs these people tho

The average annual salary of all NFL athletes for 2009 is about 1 million dollars per year

top earner Manning made a cool $30.8 million in total earnings

amazing eh, but they deserve it, lets face it where would the world be without these fine people?
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02/05/2011 05:59 PM
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Kraft Mac and Cheese, Chicken tenders and maybe some green beans - but they won't get eaten.

Chocolate milk.

(I'm having all the kids over here while everyone else is partying at my sisters chuckle)
 Quoting: SaltWaterTaffy



Auntie Taffy ;-)
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The average salary for american soldier dying for his country is $44000

The American Medical Association' annual physician income survey shows that, an average, doctors are making close to $200000 a year
^^^^^^^^^^
who needs these people tho

The average annual salary of all NFL athletes for 2009 is about 1 million dollars per year

top earner Manning made a cool $30.8 million in total earnings

amazing eh, but they deserve it, lets face it where would the world be without these fine people?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1257326



Wrong thread!
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02/05/2011 06:04 PM
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I will be over at four PM.

I will bring the drinks, Grey Goose, Heineken, Shiner, and some ice.
 Quoting: FubarMan



That works!


BTW I do have a 48" top of the line Samsung to watch it on.
 Quoting: Nikki_LaVey



I love the Samsungs. Nice Choice.
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I will be over at four PM.

I will bring the drinks, Grey Goose, Heineken, Shiner, and some ice.
 Quoting: FubarMan



That works!


BTW I do have a 48" top of the line Samsung to watch it on.
 Quoting: Nikki_LaVey



I love the Samsungs. Nice Choice.
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02/05/2011 06:14 PM
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Kraft Mac and Cheese, Chicken tenders and maybe some green beans - but they won't get eaten.

Chocolate milk.

(I'm having all the kids over here while everyone else is partying at my sisters chuckle)
 Quoting: SaltWaterTaffy



Auntie Taffy ;-)
 Quoting: Nikki_LaVey


It's fun ... I get a 2 year old chuckle

Since my daughter is a big, bad almost 5 year old I miss those days.
:SWT name:

When the shit hits the fan and the end is quite nigh,
will you cry out to heaven? Will you lay down and die?

Not me, my dear ones. This is my sacred life. To no one or no thing I'll surrender.

For how does one know where when dead he will go, or if sweet mother Earth she'll remember?
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02/05/2011 06:33 PM
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Re: Superbowl Food Thread!
this year..

THE FIRST ANNUAL DOOOM BOWL!!

WHOOT!

100,000+ people affected LIVE on tv!

this year i'll go all out...

hot wings, cocktail weenies, tortilla chips and queso dip!

the suspense is killing me!

eaterofsouls
 Quoting: nanuke

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if it was an english sporting event.... the treats would be as such


pork scratchings : pig fat/skin fried, somtimes with hair still on it [link to www.jack-frost.co.uk]


jellied eels : chopped eels boiled, allowed to cool and set, forming a jelly [link to www.dishbase.com]


Head cheese : meat jelly made with flesh from the head of a calf or pig (sometimes a sheep or cow) the parts used can vary, brains, eyes, ears, tongue, and sometimes even the feet and heart may be included [link to www.trygve.com]


a sweet, deep fried mars bar : doesnt need an explanation [link to farm3.static.flickr.com]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1257326


This may be the reason your networks can't command $2 million for a 30 second commercial.

Just a thought.

afro
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02/05/2011 06:35 PM
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I'm picking up cheesesteaks and Yuengling Lager along with crab dip and nacho chips.

Go Packers!
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wings
chips
celery
carrots
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The average salary for american soldier dying for his country is $44000

The American Medical Association' annual physician income survey shows that, an average, doctors are making close to $200000 a year
^^^^^^^^^^
who needs these people tho

The average annual salary of all NFL athletes for 2009 is about 1 million dollars per year

top earner Manning made a cool $30.8 million in total earnings

amazing eh, but they deserve it, lets face it where would the world be without these fine people?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1257326

You are taking away their food fun.

Remember, they just do not want to not know these things.

Just talk about food and you will do fine....
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02/05/2011 06:42 PM
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I love Rotel dip...

It's not good for you I am sure but it is yummy.

1 can original Rotel
1 block of velveeta
1 lb ground beef

melt velveeta with drained rotel add beef and you're done

eat with chips


That's what I'm having tomorrow while I watch the Packers win the Superbowl!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 989174

This is yummy. Too bad Steelers will win.
An alternative - instead of beef, use Jimmy Dean spicy sausage. Any kind of beer goes well with this one - you'll need to quench your thirst as it's salty.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 568981



LOL, I bet it is good with the sausage too, I will try it.

I still think the packers will win... but ya never know!

peace
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The average salary for american soldier dying for his country is $44000

The American Medical Association' annual physician income survey shows that, an average, doctors are making close to $200000 a year
^^^^^^^^^^
who needs these people tho

The average annual salary of all NFL athletes for 2009 is about 1 million dollars per year

top earner Manning made a cool $30.8 million in total earnings

amazing eh, but they deserve it, lets face it where would the world be without these fine people?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1257326

You are taking away their food fun.

Remember, they just do not want to not know these things.

Just talk about food and you will do fine....
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1257390


No argument on the highly paid entertainers of our day (I include Hollywood in that). However, there is a reason for it.

It has been said that where the last depression was immortalized by the migrant workers in the midwest, this depression will be immortalized by the image of a bluish light shining from the room over the garage where families have moved back in with the parent's parents. Movies and sports interest peaks during downtimes as people look for an escape of sorts.

It is 3 hours of a competitive (hopefully) contest. Let it go, y'all. People need the release from all of the stress.

Bring on more food!
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The average salary for american soldier dying for his country is $44000

The American Medical Association' annual physician income survey shows that, an average, doctors are making close to $200000 a year
^^^^^^^^^^
who needs these people tho

The average annual salary of all NFL athletes for 2009 is about 1 million dollars per year

top earner Manning made a cool $30.8 million in total earnings

amazing eh, but they deserve it, lets face it where would the world be without these fine people?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1257326

You are taking away their food fun.

Remember, they just do not want to not know these things.

Just talk about food and you will do fine....
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1257390


No argument on the highly paid entertainers of our day (I include Hollywood in that). However, there is a reason for it.

It has been said that where the last depression was immortalized by the migrant workers in the midwest, this depression will be immortalized by the image of a bluish light shining from the room over the garage where families have moved back in with the parent's parents. Movies and sports interest peaks during downtimes as people look for an escape of sorts.

It is 3 hours of a competitive (hopefully) contest. Let it go, y'all. People need the release from all of the stress.

Bring on more food!
 Quoting: McDewm


People can debate the social repercussions of Velveeta on other threads.
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We'll have a few grills going. Bring a wide screen for the foodists out as well as one indoors.

Breaking out a few folding tables like a giant buffet bar.





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