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    Quote Originally Posted by beelzebabette View Post


    Brown mustard, I hope.
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    Racist. I, too, love brown mustard, but there are some things that go best with the yellow stuff.
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    We always have hoagie sandwiches for Christmas day, this year my wife bought me some Harvest Ground mustard that is fantastic. Adds a nice texture and has a much stronger mustardy taste. Highly recommended.

    We include both spicy brown and yellow. I prefer a stronger mustard, but some, including my wife, choose yellow.

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    Quote Originally Posted by marsupial View Post
    I suggest making hot dogs. I'd jazz them up a bit. Maybe wrap them in bacon, add grilled onions, peppers, jalapenos, tomato, pickle, fried egg and some melted cheese.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Coach McGuirk View Post
    Saturday is a special day, its the day I get ready to watch TV on Sundays.

    We usually host the Superbowl. The last 3 years I have bought fresh ingredients to make very delicious sandwiches. This year it Includes

    hoagie rolls from Shirley's
    Fresh cooked thick slice bacon
    Avocados
    Mayo, Mustard, Olive oil, vinegar
    Olives
    Sprouts
    Chicken Breast, Cooked and sliced
    Turkey
    Small Honeybaked ham
    Salomi
    Roast Beef
    4-5 types of cheese
    Claussen Dill Pickles
    Onions
    Tomatoes
    Bell Peppers
    Jalapenos
    Green Leaf Lettuce


    Some chips and dips and then request the guest to bring a dessert of choice.

    I did the Sammies the first year when I was not planning on doing anything but at the last minute had a change of plans. The guests enjoyed them so much, it has been requested the last couple of years, so we continue to do it.
    coach, this spread sounds extremely non-disgusting. maybe because it is lunch, but I am craving one of these right now. i love jalapenos on my 'wiches, as well as vinegar and oil.

    Funny you list sprouts. I used to hate sprouts as a kid. I grew to love them on sandwiches while I was in college. Now I will always order some sprouts when they are available.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TripletDaddy View Post
    Anyone have good suggestions for "snacks?" or a good dip recipe?
    Homemade spanakopita. It's pretty easy to make and it's finger food.

    We're going to get our drink on at the neighbor's.
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    You guys should try this for the Superbowl:

    http://www.bbqaddicts.com/blog/recipes/bacon-explosion/
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    Quote Originally Posted by TripletDaddy View Post
    I take HTing seriously. I love to visit my families any time of the month, not just the last Sunday.
    Dude, you are going to mess up their pre-game show viewing. God isn't paying attention to your good deeds on SB Sunday. He will be too busy cheering for the Steelers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TripletDaddy View Post
    coach, this spread sounds extremely non-disgusting. maybe because it is lunch, but I am craving one of these right now. i love jalapenos on my 'wiches, as well as vinegar and oil.

    Funny you list sprouts. I used to hate sprouts as a kid. I grew to love them on sandwiches while I was in college. Now I will always order some sprouts when they are available.
    Sprouts are gross. They taste like dirt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlueHair View Post
    Sprouts are gross. They taste like dirt.
    Texture, dude. Texture.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BlueHair View Post
    Sprouts are gross. They taste like dirt.
    this is what I used to think, as well.

    There is a small genre of "dirt" foods that have never appealed to me. Beets are still on that list. cauliflower, as well.

    But when I hit college, all of a sudden I started enjoying the flavor of sprouts on my sandwiches. Im still not ready to grab a handful out of the carton and chew on my cud, but the flavor has grown on me.
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    Probably going to keep it low key at home for the game this year. I'll probably smoke up some pulled pork. What should I do for sides and/or snacks?
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    I know this is 7 years too late but my whole image of Landpoke is a little soiled knowing that he watches the Super Bowl while eating Spinach Pie.

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    Tip is on. Doing tri tip nachos for the game.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Clark Addison View Post
    I know this is 7 years too late but my whole image of Landpoke is a little soiled knowing that he watches the Super Bowl while eating Spinach Pie.
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    We had occasion to be in Sanpete County yesterday morning, and on the way back home to SLC, we stopped at BamBams for brisket and a couple of packages of rolls. Easiest Superbowl party eats ever. Plus, we got a half pound of turkey to snack on for the ride home. No one makes smoked turkey like BamBams. I am starting to like it even better than the brisket.

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    I've got a pork butt cooking right now. It's up to 185. Our daughter wanted to watch the Superbowl for her birthday and I gave her the choice of pork or brisket.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bo Diddley View Post
    I've got a pork butt cooking right now. It's up to 185. Our daughter wanted to watch the Superbowl for her birthday and I gave her the choice of pork or brisket.


    Here’s the action in my smoker. We are having 30 people over

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    pok pok wings, as is tradition
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    Wings (garlic butter sauce from Traeger web site)
    Mac n cheese bites
    Stuffed tortilla rolls
    Polenta fries
    Queso dip
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    Smoked chili con carne. We have a curling game at 625, so no big plans for food.

    Man, I hope the game is wrapped up soon....

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    Quote Originally Posted by All-American View Post
    Wings (garlic butter sauce from Traeger web site)
    Mac n cheese bites
    Stuffed tortilla rolls
    Polenta fries
    Queso dip
    I’m curious about the Mac n cheese bites. Recipe or deets?
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    I was going to ask someone if he still did home teaching. This is a old thread though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Moliere View Post
    I’m curious about the Mac n cheese bites. Recipe or deets?
    (1) make macaroni and cheese. Spread in pan, put pan in refrigerator.
    (2) remove pan from refrigerator, dump macaroni and cheese on cutting board. It should hold its shape from the pan.
    (3) cut cold mac and cheese into 1"x 1" squares.
    (4) roll squares in bread crumbs, dip in egg, roll again in bread crumbs.
    (5) place in pan of hot oil. Not more than a minute or so before you flip sides.
    (6) let sit until cool enough to eat (not too long though).

    Tasty, though the process was a bit complicated.
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