Summary: Meat and alcohol make for yummy snacks.

Found some great recipes for the big game and had to try them out.  Success!  Thanks, Jason, for helping so much!  Find the recipes in the links below.

For the Football Bites, we used our favorite Rocking Z beef summer sausage and we decided the cheese could just be square.  For the Tipsy Popcorn (oh yeah, that’s Jack Daniels and pancetta!) I think I cooked the popcorn a little long, but people still loved it! (Jason even decided on a couple of meatless ones for our vegetarian friends.)  Hint: if making ahead a couple hours, DON’T put them in the fridge under plastic wrap – the crackers get soft.

The smiley face one is gratuitous fun. Did you find it?  It’s like the Where’s Waldo of Ranch dressing.

That dark bit is pancetta coated with the Jack Daniels/maple syrup caramel. Don’t worry, I contained my drooling.

Jason couldn’t resist playing with his food.  Boys.

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  4. Megan Sauls says:

    The footballs look AMAZING!

    • Angela says:

      Thanks Megan! It helps go quicker if you have a buddy. And get creative to find the right size cutter for the football edges. We used the top part of the head on a snowman cookie cutter to get the right radius!

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