Football frenzied crowds are a festive lot to feed and making sure that everyone is satisfied with both quantity and flavor can be a tough task. If time is an issue this weekend, we have you covered. While my motto is, fresh and local whenever possible, reality is, it’s not always possible and there are times when quick and dirty is what will get the job done.
Beer Cheese Spread by Southern Living. When you head to the market for your rotisserie chicken (see below) grab a few boxes of crackers for this spirited spread. Whip it up quickly, cover, chill for two hours and get to work on the next menu item.
- Cheddar cheese
- hot sauce
- ground pepper
- bottle of amber beer
- sprig of thyme
Buffalo Chicken Cheese Balls by Aaron McCargo Jr. for Food Network. If you are like me and an urge to throw a party at the spur of the moment hits you, tossing together a last minute menu can be quite the magic trick. This is a great recipe because most of the prep work has already been completed by your neighborhood deli or supermarket.
Ingredients listStore bought rotisserie chicken
- hot sauce
- black pepper
- sharp cheddar
- panko bread crumbs
- vegetable oil
- blue cheese
- Worcestershire sauce
This takes 30 minutes start to finish and is a fantastic game day finger food.
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