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Sunday, October 11, 2015

The game was a victory, and so was the game food

The game might have had a few tense moments, but the Packers ultimately prevailed.  The game food was championship-caliber from start to finish.

We had a new dish, bacon-cheese pull-aparts. You start with milk, cheese, green onions, one egg, bacon and a package of large dinner biscuits, such as Pillsbury Grands (which I did not use):


Fist, beat one egg into two tablespoons of milk until smooth:


Take your biscuits, separate them into individual biscuits, then cut them into quarters:


Chop a quarter-cup of green onions -- about two stalks -- and add them to the egg mixture:


Put the biscuit quarters into the egg mixture, stir them until coated, adding the cheese and a quarter-pound of cooked bacon as you go. I'm sorry, I thought this recipe called for bacon. Of course I doubled the amount of bacon called for:


Once everybody is stirred up nice, take those coated biscuit chunks and put them in a greased dish. The recipe said 11 x 7, which I don't have, but I used a 13 x 9 dish that worked just fine:


Bake that shit at 350 for 23-28 minutes until golden brown:


Plate 'em up:


And that is some good eatin' there. We also served stuffed potato skins:


And some pigs in a blanket:


All in all, it made a nice spread:


Victory always makes the food taste better, of course.

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