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The superbowl is this Sunday! Will you be watching it and if so are you cooking anything special for the game? What are your plans?

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      Vikki Hall wrote Feb 2, 2011
    • IF and thats a really big IF I watch it will only be for the commercials and half time show. I am so not into football but will sometimes watch to humor my hubz.

      Food? Well Sundays is usually pizza day in the Hall House so.....




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      Mzd3 wrote Feb 2, 2011
    • My hubby and son will be watching it for sure, but I will be recovering from ankle surgery, probably in pain, so Im going to leave the cooking up to my 18 yr old son, he likes cooking, and LOVES football!




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      Mary Clark wrote Feb 2, 2011
    • I’m not going to watch it because I am NOT into professional football.  But I do love college football.
      But my sons and husband will definitely be watching it.  Not sure at this point what I will make but I’m thinking of picking up a tray of wings and fries from this awesome place called Wing Stop!  Then maybe make some brownies for dessert...all finger food.  And while they are watching the game I will be either watching a movie, reading a book, or piddling around the house.




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      Vikki Hall wrote Feb 2, 2011
    • I got a recipe out of the Sunday paper (parade magazine) for sliders/ I could be convinced to make those along with sweet potato fries........

      Maybe some blackbean salsa and chips too!




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      Mary Clark wrote Feb 2, 2011
    • Blackbean salsa sounds yummy.
      What are the sliders?




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      VICKY CORYEA wrote Feb 2, 2011
    • hell no!!!       highly paid idiots!

      we should pay our teachers that kind of salary!!




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      Vikki Hall wrote Feb 2, 2011
    • I’m hungry that’s why I may consider it.....

      Chipotle n cheese sliders
      1 lb ground beef
      1/2 med onion
      3 Tbsp tomatoe paste
      salt n pepper
      1 cup mayo
      2 Tbsp chipotle hot sauce (tabasco)
      olive oil
      12 dinner rolls halved
      12 leaves baby lettuce greens
      3 med tomatoes
      12 slices cheddar cheese

      combine beef, onion, tomato paste, 2 tsp salt, and 1/4 tsp pepper and mix. Make 12 patties 2 inches.

      mix mayo, hot sauce until well combined set aside

      lightly toast dinner rolls, cook patties on med high in olive oil.  

      spoon chipotle mayo mix on the bottom of buns top with lettuce, tomato, meat patty, slice of cheez and top bun, stick with toothpick

      serve with extra chipotle/mayo on the side.




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      Denise Richardson wrote Feb 2, 2011
    • Well hubby and I will be hosting a party here so his family will be bringing the chili, and wing dings and we‘re going to do other little bits to add to it what not sure just yet.




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      Angelcart wrote Feb 2, 2011
    • Vikki those really sound good!  Definately writing that down and keeping in mind.

      Mary, we have Wing Stops here but I’ve never eaten there before.

      Will definately be watching the game with hubby and my son but not sure what we will have to eat.  Perhaps sliders???happy




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      Kmarie wrote Feb 2, 2011
    • I am watching the game, football is really the only sport that I enjoy watching on TV. I am cooking tradional finger foods, spinnach and artichoke dip, oven baked corn torilla chips, wings, with brownies or mini cakes




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      Mary Clark wrote Feb 2, 2011
    • Angel:  You need to try Wing Stop...I love their wings and they have great french fries.  Before my surgery I would get a wing basket at lunch.




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      Dana Arcuri wrote Feb 2, 2011
    • Even though I live in Pittsburgh, PA, home of the Steelers, I am not a sports fan. My husband is a “die hard Steelers fan!”  No doubt, my hubby will be glued to the TV on Sunday & shouting loud noises cheering on his favorite team!  As for food, I am cooking homemade chili in my crock pot!




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      Diane17 wrote Feb 2, 2011
    • We‘re not into football here but my hubby will probably watch the last 15 minutes or half hour of it.  I might join him.




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      Tammy1972 wrote Feb 3, 2011
    • I don’t watch it but we love to entertain. We are having company over to watch and I love to make the food




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