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2013-12-26 03:29:18 PM
i like to serve chips and dip made from tofu and ricecakes, and nachos made from cucumbers and cottage cheese.
 
2013-12-26 03:29:21 PM
Cold consommé, a cutlet, and a savoury, sir. With lemon- squash, iced.
 
2013-12-26 03:30:06 PM
I used to really enjoy the bread bowl dip stuff

until i got the recipe.

not so much after learning it was half mayonnaise.
 
2013-12-26 03:30:30 PM
All myt pgameday parties are BYOF - we only provide condiments.
 
2013-12-26 03:31:21 PM
I get beer. I tell people to bring food. It's a fair trade.
 
2013-12-26 03:31:28 PM
For the Superbowl, I've made chili, cornbread, hot wings, and grilled sausages, while making all sorts of finger foods too.

It just gets set on the island in the kitchen, and everyone can continually help themselves.  If it was kept in the living room, then the doggies would wipe it all out.
 
2013-12-26 03:31:40 PM

Totino's cake.  That's the deal right there.  Sure to impress, will feed eight easily.

i291.photobucket.com

 
2013-12-26 03:33:41 PM

hillbillypharmacist: Totino's cake.  That's the deal right there.  Sure to impress, will feed eight easily.


Just looking at that picture gives me heartburn.
 
2013-12-26 03:35:37 PM
I don't  do the sports thing.
I am too good of a cook to screw around with amateur hour parties, too.
I already have had it up to here this year with farking 7-layer bean dips, chilies, warm spinach dips, and every other "Clever" little farking party recipe out there. You want to impress me at a party? Gimme a Beeg. You want to feed me? Cook something nice that isn't going to either block me like the '75 Steelers front line or open me up like a Cowboys cheerleader.
 
2013-12-26 03:37:01 PM
I don't really watch football, but if I did, I would probably make a huge pan of nachos. Everyone loves nachos.
 
2013-12-26 03:38:38 PM

vudukungfu: I don't  do the sports thing.
I am too good of a cook to screw around with amateur hour parties, too.
I already have had it up to here this year with farking 7-layer bean dips, chilies, warm spinach dips, and every other "Clever" little farking party recipe out there. You want to impress me at a party? Gimme a Beeg. You want to feed me? Cook something nice that isn't going to either block me like the '75 Steelers front line or open me up like a Cowboys cheerleader.


...isn't Beeg porn?

Like, a lot of porn?
 
2013-12-26 03:40:18 PM

vudukungfu: I am too good of a cook to screw around with amateur hour parties, too.


What does that even mean?
 
2013-12-26 03:41:38 PM

Shame Us: vudukungfu: I am too good of a cook to screw around with amateur hour parties, too.

What does that even mean?


Do people have hour long parties? Why would they do that?
 
2013-12-26 03:42:54 PM

CatherineM: I don't really watch football, but if I did, I would probably make a huge pan of nachos. Everyone loves nachos.


Aren't you from Texas? Don't they make you watch it there?

And yes, everyone loves nachos.
 
2013-12-26 03:44:05 PM

mitchcumstein1: CatherineM: I don't really watch football, but if I did, I would probably make a huge pan of nachos. Everyone loves nachos.

Aren't you from Texas? Don't they make you watch it there?

And yes, everyone loves nachos.


I mean, I'll turn it on but it usually puts me to sleep. I love taking a nap with the announcer voices in the background. Especially golf announcers. It's like a lullaby.
 
2013-12-26 03:44:41 PM
Wings, ribs, brats, stuffed jalapenos, mozzarella sticks, mac and cheese, muffaletta, American hero, Italian Hero, Cuban sandwiches, baked ziti, lasagna, hot dogs and hamburgers, wtf ever
 
2013-12-26 03:49:28 PM
What kind of cook is "too good of a cook" to cook for people?
 
2013-12-26 03:50:58 PM

Shame Us: What kind of cook is "too good of a cook" to cook for people?


What kind of food would a good cook cook if a good cook could cook food?
 
2013-12-26 03:57:02 PM
Hi skybreaker, MSU will lose, serve your tears and wings...with Panic at the Disco in the background.
 
2013-12-26 03:58:24 PM

CatherineM: mitchcumstein1: CatherineM: I don't really watch football, but if I did, I would probably make a huge pan of nachos. Everyone loves nachos.

Aren't you from Texas? Don't they make you watch it there?

And yes, everyone loves nachos.

I mean, I'll turn it on but it usually puts me to sleep. I love taking a nap with the announcer voices in the background. Especially golf announcers. It's like a lullaby.


Oh for sure. Try soccer, it's usually a fancy British accent to boot, which is nice.
 
2013-12-26 04:06:15 PM
To be honest, lazy.
Pulled pork done in the pressure smoker.
A constant round of French fries done in the air fryer sprayed with duck fat (to be honest, for the best you have to soak the fries to get rid of some of the starch and dry the fries.
Smoked turkey wings, smoked duck turned into a mild dip, debating hennings sharp cheddar (my favorite, their Colby was 2012 champion) from their store being put into a hot dip with bacon.
 
2013-12-26 04:06:30 PM
Michigan State is going to win big
 
2013-12-26 04:06:42 PM
These wings.  And these chicharrones de pollo:
farm3.static.flickr.com
 
2013-12-26 04:06:59 PM

CatherineM:
I mean, I'll turn it on but it usually puts me to sleep. I love taking a nap with the announcer voices in the background. Especially golf announcers. It's like a lullaby.


Summer afternoon with the windows open, taking a nap with the whispers of the golf announcers on in the background. That's a great nap right there.
 
2013-12-26 04:39:32 PM

megarian: ..isn't Beeg porn?


yes.

Shame Us: What does that even mean?


It means I'm not impressed with your betty crocker style go-it-out-of-everyday-with-rachael-ray recipes.

Show me mini fillet mignons on toast points, rare, for hors devours once in a while.
Somebody learn how to cook shrimp properly and fresh and not from a frozen ring around the cocktail sauce from the store.
Make a gatdanged lobster salad for on crackers. Learn how to use a knife, too. Maybe I'm spoiled from years of cooking, but I do find the typical party fare droll. I mean, mince up some veggies confetti for the salad once in a while. I've seen my buddies wives put bare minimal effort into cooking and they know better. They know they can outcook their wife, but they just. give. up.
 
2013-12-26 05:16:33 PM
Grab a couple racks of ribs from Character's BBQ in Adairsville, GA and everyone is happy.
 
2013-12-26 05:16:43 PM

YouWinAgainGravity: i like to serve chips and dip made from tofu and ricecakes, and nachos made from cucumbers and cottage cheese.


Ned?  Ned Flanders?
 
2013-12-26 05:18:43 PM
I make a killer onion dip- and none of that onion soup mix crap.
 
2013-12-26 05:19:51 PM
Take the little wonton wraps, stuff with thin sliced roast beef, carmelized onion, sauteed green pepper puree, and cream cheese, then fry the little bastards til crispy.
 
2013-12-26 05:21:05 PM
Scallops, shrimp, stone crabs, and beer. And more beer.
 
2013-12-26 05:21:17 PM
supreme pizza dip; bbq little smokies; velveeta/mild salsa dip; shrimp dip
 
2013-12-26 05:22:25 PM

vudukungfu: megarian: ..isn't Beeg porn?

yes.

Shame Us: What does that even mean?

It means I'm not impressed with your betty crocker style go-it-out-of-everyday-with-rachael-ray recipes.

Show me mini fillet mignons on toast points, rare, for hors devours once in a while.
Somebody learn how to cook shrimp properly and fresh and not from a frozen ring around the cocktail sauce from the store.
Make a gatdanged lobster salad for on crackers. Learn how to use a knife, too. Maybe I'm spoiled from years of cooking, but I do find the typical party fare droll. I mean, mince up some veggies confetti for the salad once in a while. I've seen my buddies wives put bare minimal effort into cooking and they know better. They know they can outcook their wife, but they just. give. up.


That's too bad because you sound like you would be really fun to be around at a party.
 
2013-12-26 05:23:27 PM
mini teriyaki chicken strips in the electric skillet
 
2013-12-26 05:24:20 PM
I deep-fried a turkey once.

Still have twenty gallons of used peanut oil in the garage.
 
2013-12-26 05:26:14 PM
d1eiylix7lbou2.cloudfront.net


I only cook meth.
 
2013-12-26 05:26:17 PM
Buffalo Chicken Dip, I'll even post the recipe


2-3 boneless chicken breasts
(2) 8oz cream cheese
1 cup of shredded cheddar cheese
12oz bottle of Frank's Red Hot
5X7 (approx) baking dish

Grill and then shred chicken (I use a food processor to shred it).
While cooking the chicken, cut the cream cheese into small chunks, then heat the cream cheese and hot sauce in a sauce pan using low heat to melt.
When the chicken is cooked and shredded, add it to the cream cheese/hot sauce mix, stir until all is mixed and melted.

Pour mix into the baking dish, then sprinkle with shredded cheese.
Put in 350° oven for about 30-40 minutes.
Take out when bubbling and brown around edges.
Allow to cool slightly, scoop with taco chips.
/had leftovers from my sister's party for lunch today
//mmmmmmm....................
 
2013-12-26 05:27:12 PM
I'm not a huge sports fan, but I made these for a Superbowl party, and they were a big hit, despite (or maybe because of) being composed of processed stuff. The only consideration to actual cooking I made was cooking a real corned beef brisket instead of heading for the deli aisle:

Reuben Roll Ups
Posted by Mary Ellen

2 packages (8 oz. each) refrigerated crescent rolls
1 package corned beef (2.5 oz.) chopped
1/2 C. sauerkraut drained, squeezed dry and chopped
1/4 C. 1000 Island dressing
1 C. finely shredded Swiss cheese

Preheat oven to 375°. Unroll crescent rolls and separate into 8 triangles. Press perforations together to seal. Mix together sauerkraut and corned beef. Spread 1 1/2 t. dressing on each triangle. Top with corned beef, sauerkraut and cheese. Starting at shortest side, roll up jelly roll style. Cut each roll into 4 1 inch pieces. Bake on a 15 inch baking stone 20-22 minutes or until golden brown. Serve warm with additional dressing if desired.
 
2013-12-26 05:27:36 PM
i know when i'm watching sports and drinking beer, the only food even remotely acceptable is mini filet mingons on toast points.
 
2013-12-26 05:27:49 PM

mitchcumstein1: Oh for sure. Try soccer, it's usually a fancy British accent to boot, which is nice.


For a really restful nap, try soccer on Telemundo.
 
2013-12-26 05:27:49 PM

Agent Nick Fury: I deep-fried a turkey once.

Still have twenty gallons of used peanut oil in the garage.


bet it's rancid.

Agent Nick Fury: vudukungfu: megarian: ..isn't Beeg porn?

yes.

Shame Us: What does that even mean?

It means I'm not impressed with your betty crocker style go-it-out-of-everyday-with-rachael-ray recipes.

Show me mini fillet mignons on toast points, rare, for hors devours once in a while.
Somebody learn how to cook shrimp properly and fresh and not from a frozen ring around the cocktail sauce from the store.
Make a gatdanged lobster salad for on crackers. Learn how to use a knife, too. Maybe I'm spoiled from years of cooking, but I do find the typical party fare droll. I mean, mince up some veggies confetti for the salad once in a while. I've seen my buddies wives put bare minimal effort into cooking and they know better. They know they can outcook their wife, but they just. give. up.

That's too bad because you sound like you would be really fun to be around at a party.


he can party at my crib.

/and I don't even watch these foosball games.
 
2013-12-26 05:27:54 PM
Buffalo Chicken Dip

2-3 boneless chicken breasts
(2) 8oz cream cheese
1 cup of shredded cheddar cheese
12oz bottle of Frank's Red Hot
5X7 (approx) baking dish

Grill and then shred chicken (I use a food processor to shred it).
While cooking the chicken, cut the cream cheese into small chunks, then heat the cream cheese and hot sauce in a sauce pan using low heat to melt.
When the chicken is cooked and shredded, add it to the cream cheese/hot sauce mix, stir until all is mixed and melted.

Pour mix into the baking dish, then sprinkle with shredded cheese.
Put in 350° oven for about 30-40 minutes.
Take out when bubbling and brown around edges.
Allow to cool slightly, scoop with taco chips.


/had the leftovers from my sister's party for lunch today
//mmmm......
 
2013-12-26 05:28:55 PM
Sausage Dip

(2) packs of sausage - I used the regular mild sausage last time, but you could do sage or spicy one too.
(2) cans of Rotel - (cut up tomatoes and chili peppers in a can)
(2) packages of cream cheese - I like the Philadelphia box kind

Just brown the sausage and drain any grease.
Drain the Rotel and add to sausage.
Cut up the cream cheese and mix into the sausage.
Let it bubble for a few more minutes and then it's done.

Enjoy your clogged arteries
 
2013-12-26 05:29:08 PM
I construct a 6' high obelisk from 8,400 cans of Potted Meat and everyone eats it with their hands.
 
2013-12-26 05:29:39 PM

Agent Nick Fury: I deep drown-fried a turkey once.

Still have twenty gallons of used peanut oil in the garage.


FTFY
 
2013-12-26 05:31:07 PM

Snuffybud: Buffalo Chicken Dip
.


Sorry for the double post, didn't think the first one went through
 
2013-12-26 05:31:16 PM

UncomfortableSilence: Take the little wonton wraps, stuff with thin sliced roast beef, carmelized onion, sauteed green pepper puree, and cream cheese, then fry the little bastards til crispy.


Damn, that sound labor intensive and delicious as hell.
 
2013-12-26 05:31:30 PM
I'll also sometimes get a jar of artichoke hearts (drained and chopped), a frozen block of spinach, and combine them in a slow-cooker with a bunch of shredded Parmesan and Gruyere or Swiss, S&P and a dash of nutmeg, for dipping pita slices. Easy-peasy, and tasty.
 
2013-12-26 05:31:35 PM

megarian: Shame Us: vudukungfu: I am too good of a cook to screw around with amateur hour parties, too.

What does that even mean?

Do people have hour long parties? Why would they do that?


They all have to be somewhere. To get a beeg.
 
2013-12-26 05:31:46 PM
Home brew.  Also homemade guacamole, homemade salsa and Aldi's tortilla chips.
 
2013-12-26 05:32:46 PM
Chili for Impressing People

* Sausage. I've had success with Italian or Maple sausage.
* 1/2 can of Manchini peppers (spelling?)
* 1 can Mrs. Grime's Chili Beans
* 1 can Rotel tomatos + chilis

Put it all into a crockpot. Low for 8 hours. Serve with crackers and cheese.
 
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