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    Superbowl Sunday Showdown! (Football Party)

    A Collection of Appetizers to keep the men happy... even if their team loses (lol!)
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    TOUCHDOWN! This recipe is from That's Trump. It is a greay appy that everyone will enjoy. Not just for the grey cup!!!!

    Recipe #141937

    13 Reviews |  By GaylaJ

    Quick dip that is full of flavor--tangy, sweet, and a bit spicy. I especially love it with pretzels, but it is actually quite versatile and it also good as a sauce on pork or chicken. The recipe was published in a local newspaper several years ago.

    Recipe #131582

    In these politically correct times, this recipe should, I suppose, come with a warning to the mothers of little boys: that it may cause offence. In Australia, cocktail frankfurts have - from time immemorial - been called "little boys". In this simple, super-quick recipe, the little boys are wrapped in bacon, and then microwaved. Then do with them what you will! Use them as the basic ingredient in an upmarket hot-dog, with whatever additional ingredients - salads, cheeses, salsas, sauces - take your fancy, or serve them unadorned as coctail frankfurts - as an appetiser. This version of this rather old-fashioned recipe - popular in the seventies and eighties - is made in the microwave. For the best results, use skinless frankfurts. For Australians, use Don's skinless frankfurts. To the best of my knowledge, there is no equivalent recipe for Bacon-Wrapped Little Girls! This recipe has been adapted from one in Australian chef Margaret Fulton's book 'Microwave Cooking'.

    Recipe #142694

    70 Reviews |  By Merlot

    Even though this is a very old recipe, I thought it might be something new to the "young whipper-snappers" who have recently joined Zaar. It was always a popular appetizer.

    Recipe #33330

    This dip has saved me on more than one occasion. I always have these ingredients around and you can throw it together in a flash. Especially good with "Triscuts".

    Recipe #261260

    9 Reviews |  By D~

    I love taquitos, but it can be hard to find vegetarian-friendly versions (especially in restaurants). This easy recipe can be adapted for vegan diets as well.

    Recipe #33202

    These nuts would probably be a hit at your next football party accompanied by some ice-cold beer. The fragrance of the the rosemary is wonderful. From the Union Square Cafe Cookbook, and voted "best bar nuts" award in New York by The New York Press.

    Recipe #45147

    Buffalo, NY makes the best chicken wings. This dip tastes exactly like chicken wings because Frank's Red Hot Sauce is the source for the flavor. I found this recipe on-line and haven't found another one since that is as good. Enjoy.

    Recipe #98756

    Awesome for potlucks! You can even make these in mini muffin tins to make them kid-sized!

    Recipe #60239

    This is a recipe I got from my sister who said that EVERY time she had taken it somewhere, it disappeared quickly, people raved and wanted the recipe--and I found it to be the case as well. It's a winner in my book!

    Recipe #188633

    My hubby found this in a copy of Southern Living at work. These are super easy and great tasting little appetizers. If you want, you can use reduced-sodium bacon and lite soy sauce to cut back on the sodium. I don't think they need any dipping sauce as the marinade provides a tangy/sour/sweet flavor. Cooking time includes marinade time.

    Recipe #101285

    This is a spicy appetizer. Very yummy!!!

    Recipe #31308

    1 Reviews |  By Bergy

    Everyone may not be able to find Frozen creamed chipped beef but if you can this is a very good recipe. It is from" meals.com". Have it as an appetizer or great at a tailgate party.

    Recipe #94971

    Cincinnati Chili is available in stores or online. The top brands are Skyline, Gold Star and Dixie. Dixie is the superior choice as far as I'm concerned, ("Cincinnati chili for the Southern palate," is their slogan). Use the type with no beans unless you like dip with beans in it. There are also a couple of clone brands (store brands) of Cincinnati chili now available. Also, if you want to make your own, here's a recipe that you'll love: Recipe #133250. I invented this dip recipe and it's really caught on in my neighborhood. Serve it with torn-off chunks of baguette bread or, with nacho or tortilla chips. You can even use this stuff as a unique hot dog topping for something different! Enjoy!

    Recipe #249978

    You have to try these at least once. They are absolutely delicious... dip them in a little ranch dressing and you'll be addicted! Use your favorite cucumber pickles (I've only tried Dills, but Sweets might be good too!)

    Recipe #274516

    Growing up in a family of race fans, watching the Daytona 500 on TV was something we always looked forward to. Mom always made these wings to snack on during the race. Once upon a time these were called Wing Dings, but somewhere along the way they were renamed Daytona Wings.

    Recipe #198962

    A nice twist on buffalo wings. A great recipe to serve at football watching parties.

    Recipe #38143

    Here's a quick, great party pleaser I've made for years which has a lot of variability. It's really simple and goes well with beer and soft drinks at neighborhood or family gatherings.

    Recipe #64399

    I have made these many times in the past for my parties and there is never any left everyone loves these and I always get asked for the recipe! If you are serving this for a get together I suggest to double the recipe to make 40 wings --- plan ahead the wings have to marinate for 24 hours, frozen thawed wings retain more moisture it is best to use fresh chicken for this --- make certain to have lots of napkins when you serve these!

    Recipe #157270

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