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Old 01-19-2014   #1 (permalink)
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Super Bowl food

Hoping my foodie friends will share their plans, right now I'm leaning towards this concoction, Totchos Supreme. Basically, tater tots cooked until really crisp, cheddar cheese, chorizo, more cheese, cook until cheese is melted, serve with diced red, yellow and orange peppers, cilantro, green onion, I will add diced jalapeños and served with a smoked paprika chipotle sauce and salted lemons. After clawing my way out of the flu this week (confirmed, finish Tamiflu tonight) I feel I can handle this heart stopping dish in a couple of weeks.

I can't figure out how to make the link to the recipe and pics small, so here it is for those daring enough to think about this. Cold Modelo, and I'm gonna be watching the commercials and hopefully a decent half time show

http://www.foodiewithfamily.com/2014/01/18/totchos-supreme-tater-tot-nachos-supreme

What are the rest of the foodies on the list cooking?
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I plan on serving a beef stew. It will be spicy. Simple. A good chuck roast that has been browned. Take some red wine and scrape the skillet and reduce. Add onions and garlic. Put in a slow cooker with carrots, potatoes.
Will add peppers later.
Serve with toasted French bread.
Make a apple pie for desert.
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I plan on serving a beef stew. It will be spicy. Simple. A good chuck roast that has been browned. Take some red wine and scrape the skillet and reduce. Add onions and garlic. Put in a slow cooker with carrots, potatoes.
Will add peppers later.
Serve with toasted French bread.
Make a apple pie for desert.
That is so funny, I had my family over for dinner a week ago, served a Guinness stew, salad, salt potatoes and apple pie! Great minds.....

Oh, and I served a crusty bread (and soft bread for my 83 year old Mom). To me it was the perfect comfort food meal. The fam seemed to enjoy it too

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Sharon, this is how you link

Totchos Supreme {Tater Tot Nachos Supreme}
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Totchos Supreme {Tater Tot Nachos Supreme}
Thanks, but can you now tell me, step by step how to do that?!
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Hoping my foodie friends will share their plans, right now I'm leaning towards this concoction, Totchos Supreme. Basically, tater tots cooked until really crisp, cheddar cheese, chorizo, more cheese, cook until cheese is melted, serve with diced red, yellow and orange peppers, cilantro, green onion, I will add diced jalapeños and served with a smoked paprika chipotle sauce and salted lemons. After clawing my way out of the flu this week (confirmed, finish Tamiflu tonight) I feel I can handle this heart stopping dish in a couple of weeks.

I can't figure out how to make the link to the recipe and pics small, so here it is for those daring enough to think about this. Cold Modelo, and I'm gonna be watching the commercials and hopefully a decent half time show

Totchos Supreme {Tater Tot Nachos Supreme}

What are the rest of the foodies on the list cooking?
If all goes well, I'll be seatled in and eating a shrimp po boy and drinking a hurricane.
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We went to blast burger and had chipotle chicken sandwiches with avocado, tomato etc... sweet potato fries and onion rings

It was good

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We went to blast burger and had chipotle chicken sandwiches with avocado, tomato etc... sweet potato fries and onion rings

It was good

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Good burgers. I had the blast burger. Grilled seranos, jalapenos, onions and, pepperjack cheese. SPICY!
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Thanks, but can you now tell me, step by step how to do that?!
I can!

Copy the html address of the link you want to post, then in your PI reply, highlight the word or words you want to lead to the link you're posting, then click on the icon above that looks like a little Earth with two circles (a chain link) on the bottom of it. This will open a pop up box that you paste your link into.
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I can!

Copy the html address of the link you want to post, then in your PI reply, highlight the word or words you want to lead to the link you're posting, then click on the icon above that looks like a little Earth with two circles (a chain link) on the bottom of it. This will open a pop up box that you paste your link into.
Thanks Heather, I'm going to try that once I find another interesting recipe to share! Hope it works with an iPad . So, what are you serving on SB Sunday?!

I'm wishing I was going out for shrimp poboys or chipotle chicken agter reading what others are doing . Unfortunately, neither are available here, well none that you'd write PI about
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One of my favourites is a spicy dip that you serve with taco or tortilla chips ( I like the lime chips best with it).

It works best in a glass pie pan.

The bottom layer is a mixture of mostly cream cheese with sour cream and Miracle Whip until you get it to the right consistency. Miracle Whip is optional.

Then, a layer of 1 can spicy Stagg chili.

Then a layer of jalapenos IF everyone likes them.

Then a bottle of thick/chunky salsa, whatever type you like, or heat level.

Shredded old cheddar on top.


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My sil makes this spicy buffalo chicken dip in her crockpot. It's shredded chicken and a bunch of cheese and Red Hot and ranch dressing. Super easy and greasy and good and sort of gross all at the same time.

Whenever I try to watch football, I just don't get it. I've been to a few fun Super Bowl parties, though. I appreciate the athleticism. And I like the way the muscled thighs of men look in tight pants.
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My sil makes this spicy buffalo chicken dip in her crockpot. It's shredded chicken and a bunch of cheese and Red Hot and ranch dressing. Super easy and greasy and good and sort of gross all at the same time.

Whenever I try to watch football, I just don't get it. I've been to a few fun Super Bowl parties, though. I appreciate the athleticism. And I like the way the muscled thighs of men look in tight pants.

FRANK'S® REDHOT® BUFFALO CHICKEN DIP Recipe | Frank's® RedHot®


This one is the one I make, sooooo yummy! I use ranch and not blue cheese dressing.

Some recipes call for canned chicken, no way, yuck! I use a whole shredded roasted deli chicken.

And sourdough bread chunks for dipping.
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FRANK'S® REDHOT® BUFFALO CHICKEN DIP Recipe | Frank's® RedHot®


This one is the one I make, sooooo yummy! I use ranch and not blue cheese dressing.

Some recipes call for canned chicken, no way, yuck! I use a whole shredded roasted deli chicken.

And sourdough bread chunks for dipping.

One of the vets at work makes this for us every so often, we use celery sticks or Club crackers and it's a clinic fav for breakfast!! Btw, Franks is the only sauce to use, yumm!
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My favorites are baked salami (make sure you use a soft kosher salami) and a reuben dip (keep it warm in a crock pot or use a chafing dish). A loaf or two of cocktail rye and you are good to go!
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