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Favorite game food?

Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by Norton72, Jan 18, 2014.

  1. Norton72

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    My wife and I are getting all of our chores done today because we are both looking forward to a great day of football tomorrow. I'm getting tired of our same old game routine of relish trays of pickles, olives, veggies, crackers and cheese. I would be really interested to hear some good alternatives from you guys.
     
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    i eat lunch before the game...that meal holds me over till dinner
     
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    Beer-n'-Pork Tamales
     
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    Your thread title and the question in your post are two different things. My favorite is Utz Cheese Balls, but I'd never think of recommending them to anyone.
     
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    I stopped playing with my food a long time ago
     
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    I thought you were talking wild game, in which case it would venison, antelope, wild duck and wild turkey.
     
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    Chili dogs but I don't share.
     
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    Beer.
     
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    Chips, salsa, and guacamole. And beer.
     
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    I'll cook a piece of pork for 8 hours on the BBQ... Sweet
     
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    British tradition :D

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    Nachos made with Jimmy Dean spicy sausage, bell peppers, onions, olives, mozzarella, monterey jack, and smoked peppper cheddar.

    The sausage is too expensive now, so I'll substitute grilled chicken breast on occasion.
     
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    Sounds great! I love making nachos. Are those green or black olives?
     
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    Gitold's famous chicken drummies with a blue cheese or ranch and Sriracha dip. The guy doesn't watch football but when we take a break from Sunday jamming to watch a little football he sure as hell serves great game day chow.
     
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    Wings.
     
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    I'm thinking wings, stuffed jalapenos and chips and salsa.
     
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    chips n dip. California onion
     
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