Tailgating and Week 9

Week 9 Submission ends midnight Tuesday, Oct 25th
Voting Starts Oct 16th
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Welcome to this Week’s Giveaway

I hope everyone is having a grand time and I hope your team is doing great, playing well and all sports fans everywhere are having fun.

The most important thing about this season is enj0ying it and I think sometimes we sport fans have a hard time with that; sometimes we go a bit too far. Not in the over indulgence of foods we prepare, of course not, but maybe in the hoopla, the atmosphere of the game itself.

Now, preparing for and hosting a football party, whether it be inside the comfort of your home or right out in the annals of tradition game-day right next to the stadium, can become a daunting task. Thinking of such reminded me of last year, when I hosted a Hormel party. The food was so good, I thought it would be great to do it again, that is, serve it all over again. So that my fellow football friends is the play for today. But first, let’s get to the game.

OKAY fans, it’s time to share your recipes:

Make sure you use the URL for the actual post and not to your blog so folks can score what you’re sharing. Link any gameday related food or beverage recipe. Use the NAME of the recipe. Voting limited to participants only.

Game Week 9 Starts Oct 22th 2012 – ends midnight, Friday, Oct 28th
Week 9 Submission ends midnight Tuesday, Oct 25th – Voting Starts Oct 26th


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This Week’s Game-Day Recipe fr0m my kitchen:

BBQ Tenderloin for Sandwiches

Ham & Black Eyed Pea Salad Pita

Cajun Biscuits with Green Onion Mayonnaise
Olive & Pepperoni Tapenade

Find these recipes  here,
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4 thoughts on “Tailgating and Week 9

  1. Kristen

    Those cajun biscuits with the onion mayo sound amazing. I could eat a basket full of them, especially if they have home grown tomato slices in the middle.

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  2. Marguerite

    That is one cool lookin' car and I would love to have one just like it! 🙂 You're killin' me with these divine lookin' recipes. They all look fab, but those tenderloin sandwiches and ham and black eye pea pitas look scrumptious!

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  3. MM

    That pull out grill is something else!I've said it before, I'll say it again–you sure can put on a spread.Thanks for hosting. This week I brought one of my favorite things to eat and to make for a crowd: Red Bean Gumbo. Don't tell, but I like it more than red beans & rice (I'm gonna get banned from NOLA for sure)

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