Your one-stop shop for game day apps

Our good friend Rufus over at “Rufus’ Food and Spirits Guide.” just hit 500 followers on his Facebook page. Here are some of his recipes for the big game sunday if you are still trying to figure out what to cook.

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Appetizers that is. We hear there’s some big game coming up, involves a pigskin and pricey tickets. Chances are we won’t be watching, except for during commercials. But the rest of you, at least the rest of you Americans, will be. Here are some appetizers we think are fit for a party:

Bruschetta with Portabellas, Red Bell Pepper and Caramelized Red Onion

Because tomatoes aren’t in season

Spicy Shrimp Dip

What a fancy chips and dip container

Classic Guacamole

Really, it’s healthy, I mean they are fruit.

Stuffed Mushrooms with Ham and Cheddar

Just pop them in your mouth

Jalapenos Stuffed with Feta

Bring on the spice or go crying home to momma

Cheese Dip

There is something about a bowl full of melted cheese

Devilishly Simple Deviled Eggs

I normally eat about 20 of these

Grilled Apples with Brie (What is February cold?)

The apple could even top circles of toasted bread

Baked Brie (If brushing snow off the grill isn’t an option.)

Garnished and ready to eat

Guinness Dip

Yipee cheese and beer

And here’s some we love from other bloggers:

Beer Battered Pickles from Sweet Pea’s Kitchen (Actually, just check out her football roundup, which includes meatballs, mini corn dogs, mozzarella sticks, pretty much everything. The woman’s a genius and really likes football.)

Sweet Potato Nachos with Chipotle Black Beans from Sports Glutton

Inside-Out Guacamole from Hot, Cheap & Easy

Lightened Up Samosas from Food is Therapy

Roasted Garlic Black-Eyed Pea Hummus from Bake Me Away

Eva’s take on Cheez-Itz from Kitchen Inspirations

Coctel de Camarones — Shrimp Cocktail from Sweet Caroline’s Cooking

Smoked Salmon Canapes on Potato Crisps from Savory Salty Sweet

Hot Buttered Fluffy Pretzels from Fifteen Spatulas

Feta and Aleppo Pepper Straws from MD Kitchen

Mini Barbecue Pulled Pork Pizza with Potato Pizza Dough from Kitchenbelleicious

Jalapeno Popper Dip from Gina Marie’s Kitchen

Sundried Tomato and Zuchini Dip with Warming Garlic-Chili Sauce from Inspired Edibles

Stuffed Beer Cheesy Poofs from Cheers Beers

Parmesan & Herb Zucchini Sticks from Savoring Today

Asian Chile-Garlic Chicken Wings and Baja Chicken and Slaw Sliders over at Pure Complex

Source: Rufus’ Food and Spirits Guide

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5 Responses to Your one-stop shop for game day apps

  1. Eva Taylor says:

    Wow! Thank you for the link. Very much appreciated. I’ll be doing some ‘healthier’ game day munchies this weekend! Stay tuned.

  2. Purely.. Kay says:

    Thank you so much for the pingback. I absolutely love Greg’s site and this is a great re-blog 🙂

  3. Reblogged this on MOTEK.

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