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And what is a easy dish to make for a football game that would feed alot of guess and not leave you broke?help

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      Msowens wrote Aug 18, 2013
    • I’m a football lover and enjoy my footballl every Sunday. To host a football game make foot long subs and cut each half up into another half. But, each sandwhich should be stuffed with a lot of lunchmeat. Party snacks pretzels, chips, popcorn, etc. A lot of cold beer, for non-drinkers icetea, and/or lemonade. Enjoy




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      Judah1 wrote Aug 18, 2013
    • msowens,happy Thanks alot I always cook big dinners this was so helpful!happy this is what I cook greens, chicken wings,ribs, sweet potatoes,corn bread,pop,water, chips and dip and cake or pie.




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      Linda L wrote Aug 18, 2013
    • Msowens suggestions are great! WOW Judah, what a feast for your guests - I’m coming over.

      I wonder if maybe your guests can bring something so you don’t have to spend a lot of money and do all the cooking.




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      Judah1 wrote Aug 18, 2013
    • lol out loud right this year they will have toestatic love cooking just need a change up from all the heavy foods something light and easy.




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      Carine Nadel wrote Aug 18, 2013
    • chili is always a favorite.  if you serve it often-switch it up!  Make a green or white version, go vegetarian, try turning it into a burrito or wrap bar and put lots of toppings out.




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      Judah1 wrote Aug 18, 2013
    • Wow that sounds good thankyou so much I will be doing this dish also.




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      Cynthia Schmidt wrote Aug 19, 2013
    • Cheese and chili dip in a crock pot is always a hit, feeds a lot, and it can just sit all day on warm. I don’t remember how to make it other than a can of chili, a block of cream cheese, and some spices. If I find the recipe, I’ll post it.




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      Judah1 wrote Aug 19, 2013
    • Thankyou soooo much sounds good to me I hope you find it so you can post it ladies thankyou all I needed the help now it won’t cost me so much to feed themhappy




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