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    FOOTBALL!

    Every Sunday I choose to spend my time in the kitchen cooking up great snacks for all of our guests. It is what I LOVE about football season!
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    Cheesy, a bit zippy sausage soup.

    Recipe #36672

    This favorite appetizer is updated to fit into today’s lifestyle. Chicken tenders are marinated in hot sauce and then baked, rather than deep-fried, in this low-fat version. Cool off these spicy chicken tenders by dunking them into the chunky bleu cheese dressing.

    Recipe #179103

    I got this recipe for TOH's Quick Cooking magazine. My DH and his buddies just absolutely raved about these. They were devoured!!

    Recipe #27136

    21 Reviews |  By Amy V

    AWESOME DIP!!!! GREAT with those scoop chips! I got this from a friend, thank you Heuy if you see this...teehee!!! Always a big hit at parties!

    Recipe #36666

    NO KIDDING--these are BETTER than you buy at the store!

    Recipe #95145

    Crunchy on the outside with a delicious ground beef-rice filling oozing with melted chunks of feta cheese, I would suggest to purchase the block of feta cheese and coarsely crumble into small chunks, you may freeze the remainder of the feta to use for another time --- due to the high sodium amount in the feta cheese and Parmesan cheese I strongly suggest to season with salt until after you have added both cheeses --- I have listed the yield at 35 balls this is only estimated you may get a few more more or less, good thing this makes lots you will have them gone in not time! --- you may adjust amounts to suit taste, this recipe is very versatile.

    Recipe #362630

    easy crockpot recipe... you can add as much hot sauce as you like to the recipe to make them medium to hot. A few reviews say that 1/2 cup makes them mild to medium only.

    Recipe #82982

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