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    Annual Super Bowl Menu Thread

    Was going to wait until next week to start, but its lunch time and its what I was thinking about so tough.

    What's on your menu or what are some favorites from years past?

    We are hosting 25-30 people (some are kids) so large quantities are a big part of our plan this year.

    My wife is making cheese soup and I'm doing the chili. I'll start with the chili. This is a pretty spicy chili, but not overly spicy.
    In a large roasting pan, brown 4-5 pounds sausage (I usually use graziano, but have used jimmy dean in past.) with a large sliced onion, container of fresh sliced mushrooms, 1 diced green pepper, and 1 diced red pepper, and a can of diced jalapenos or Ro-tel.
    Then add a 46 oz can vegetable juice
    1 15 oz can chili beans
    1 15 oz can spicy chili beans
    1 can whatever size you want of Italian style diced tomato
    Can add up to 46 oz of tomato juice if you don't like it so thick.

    Let simmer for at least an hour or until veggies are tender enough


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    Re: Annual Super Bowl Menu Thread

    Tenderloin. It slices quick so that you can get back to the game.


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    Re: Annual Super Bowl Menu Thread

    Pulled Pork, simple and effective.
    - Pork Shoulder (Sams has good deals usually)
    - Yellow Onions
    - BBQ sauce

    Put sliced onions and pork in crock pot filled with water for 10 hours. Pull it out and shred once cool enough to handle. Let cool in fridge to dry meat. Put it back in clean crock pot with your favorite sauce. Those of you in CR, Al & Irene's will sell sauce and its the best around.



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    Re: Annual Super Bowl Menu Thread

    Corn Casserole. 2 sticks butter, 2 cans corn (don't drain), 2 cans creamed corn, block of Velveeta, 16oz box of elbow macaroni. put all in crock pot on high for 1.5 hrs. stir occasionally. crack lid, put on low for 1/2 hr to thicken. have a roll of paper towels because its orgasmic!



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    Re: Annual Super Bowl Menu Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by CRcyclone6 View Post
    Corn Casserole. 2 sticks butter, 2 cans corn (don't drain), 2 cans creamed corn, block of Velveeta, 16oz box of elbow macaroni. put all in crock pot on high for 1.5 hrs. stir occasionally. crack lid, put on low for 1/2 hr to thicken. have a roll of paper towels because its orgasmic!
    I'm game for any recipe that the first ingredient is 2 sticks of butter.
    I'm a big fan of chicken **** as well
    My wife calls it buffalo chicken dip.


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    Re: Annual Super Bowl Menu Thread

    Taco Wings

    ---Get a .99 cent bag of Doritos and crush them up as much as you possibly can, mix with one packet of taco seasoning mix and one cup of Japanese bread crumbs. Throw chicken in to coat them, grease a pan and bake them for 15-20 minutes.



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    $11 Papa John pizzas delivered.


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    Re: Annual Super Bowl Menu Thread

    carnitas style pulled pork.

    I usually will get half of a pork shoulder, approx 4-5 lbs, cut it into chunks, and liberally rub it down with a blend of cumin, cayenne, coriander, garlic powder, salt, and cinnamon. Then put it in a slow cooker along with 2 cups of chicken broth for about 8 hours. When it's done, shred it right in the slow cooker with a couple of forks. The idea is to get it to soak up as much of the cooking liquid as possible. It's fantastic for tacos, sandwiches, nachos, pretty much anything. If you want it a little more traditional, you can take some and fry it up a little bit, to get it crispy. Fantastic stuff.


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