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    Superbowl recipes


    Anyone got anything they're makin for the superbowl? There is the standard bean dip with the first layer being cream cheese, then meat, then refried beans, and on top is shredded cheese. Throw it in the oven or microwave and BAM. Soo good.

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    One of my favorites are these pickles things.
    You take Dried beef(they look like little round lunch meats but thin) You put cream cheese on them put a baby dill pickle in it and roll it up.
    It's so good and easy.
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    I always brew up some Roasted Peppas, stuff them with Ricotta Cheese, and Shredded Mozza/Cheddar and dip tostitos in them.
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    A little off topic, but here goes: A few years ago I worked for a LARGE defense contractor. Our department would have regular potlucks around various holidays. As a goof, my office partner and I would mix up these terrifically awful concoctions and bring them in, raving about how wonderful this slop was, or that it was a family recipe – that kind of stuff. The last one I remember vividly. We called it “Wet Willie Casserole” – a splendid mixture of lime jello, mexi-corn and crumbled Vienna sausage; the sausage being lovingly and carefully sprinkled in after the jello started to congeal – so it was in various states of submersion.

    We ate some, but had few followers – but what great facial reactions.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Beau View Post
    A little off topic, but here goes: A few years ago I worked for a LARGE defense contractor. Our department would have regular potlucks around various holidays. As a goof, my office partner and I would mix up these terrifically awful concoctions and bring them in, raving about how wonderful this slop was, or that it was a family recipe – that kind of stuff. The last one I remember vividly. We called it “Wet Willie Casserole” – a splendid mixture of lime jello, mexi-corn and crumbled Vienna sausage; the sausage being lovingly and carefully sprinkled in after the jello started to congeal – so it was in various states of submersion.

    We ate some, but had few followers – but what great facial reactions.

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