Can you believe we are on WEEK 5 of the Ultimate Tailgating Recipe Series? As you know, I’m a huge football fan and spend my fair share of time watching football games. So naturally I’ve tasted a lot of game day food and I’ve partnered with some of my favorite bloggers to bring you the good stuff. We still have THREE more weeks to go! If you are kicking yourself for missing the last FOUR weeks don’t worry I’ve got you covered.
When a group of talented bloggers come together to help you answer the question? What do I make for game day? We are in the middle of this fabulous round up and by now you have already been able to create quite a list of yummy recipes to make for your hungry game watchers. But….that’s not all! We still have FOUR more weeks to go!
Make your party score with these 9 sweet and savory tailgating recipes: Delicious appetizer recipes, breads, and, of course, dessert!
The weeks are blowing by and we’re on week 3 of 8 for our tailgating food ideas series! You’ll find all kinds of delicious party food recipes by 9 amazing bloggers…
Welcome to Week Two of some of the most savory and sweet Tailgating Food ideas ever from some pretty amazing bloggers!
Appetizers and desserts are the yummies courses ever, so we’re pretty excited about this series, and we hope you are too! This is week 2 of our 8 week series. So come check out the 9 scrumptious recipe ideas we have for you and your tailgating party!
Hey friends! With football season upon us and a couple months of fabulous tailgating weather, some friends and I thought it would be SO FUN to host a weekly tailgating series. We all know appetizers and desserts are the best kind of recipes out there, right?!? So, be here, every weekend, for the next 8 weeks for 9 scrumptious tailgating recipes from 9 food-loving bloggers!
Hey ya’ll! Christina from FoodApparel.com checking in. I was trying to THINK GREEN and THINK SPRING when I posted here last, and guess what? It’s GREEN outside and it’s SPRING! Yay! This homemade pesto is a sauce that features basil as one of the main ingredients. I love serving this simple sauce over angel hair pasta. It makes for a really quick dinner on a busy day. You can grill up a chicken breast and throw it in there as well. The beauty is this sauce literally takes 5 minutes to put together. And if you want to, you can put any leftovers in an ice cube tray, freeze, and then bag it up to save for another day. Nice, huh?
Olives are one of my favorite foods! Maybe it’s because of my Greek ancestory, or maybe it’s because olives are just plain awesome. They’re naturally sugar-free and have lots of good monounsaturated fats. They’re delicious in salads, soups, spreads, or just by themselves. I love the variety of colors, flavors and how healthy they are….
Hi there! My name is Liz and I blog over at Liz on Call. I’m excited to be part of the 2015 team here at Or So She Says! I just want to take a quick minute to introduce myself. I am a mom of 3 beautiful kiddos that are full of energy. My husband and I have been married 8 years and our family is our life.
Although we graduated from the same high school, the same year, we didn’t meet each other until 8 years later! Crazy right!?!? I was able to stay at home with our kids once our 2nd child was born and started blogging to share all the projects, recipes and crafts that I actually had time to work on while I was at home. It turned into more than a hobby and I have loved sharing my ideas with my readers. Where does the name Liz on Call come from? Well it just so happens that my last name is Call. But more than that, I think that as a mother, wife, friend, sister, church goer, woman… I am always on call to be whatever my family and friends need me to be. At Liz on Call I share recipes, simple crafts, kid crafts, gift ideas, party ideas and printables. We just moved into a new house and I can’t wait to start working on some new projects and sharing them there. Come stop and by and say Hi sometime!
For my first post here at Oh So She Says, I’m sharing a super delicious caramel cashew popcorn recipe! I absolutely love making flavored popcorn. And this recipe does not disappoint. When I was growing up my parents would take us to a local frozen custard shop and my dad would always order a caramel cashew mix. Once I tasted that, I was hooked! Since then, there has never been a need for me to try anything else. I always want to get caramels and cashews. The sweet caramel with that hint of salt from the cashews mixed with the creamy custard just can’t be beat. Since I love that combination with frozen custard I decided to give it a try with some popcorn. This caramel cashew popcorn is ooey and gooey and reminds me of going to the frozen custard shop with my family.
So, I’m not OFFICIALLY back from my Christmas blog break, yet. Soon, soon. But, I couldn’t resist sharing with you a round-up of fabulous treats and appetizers for New Year’s Eve parties! I know that’s what I’m thinking about and I bet a lot of you are too. I hope these give you some inspiration!
So, this fun little cooking school, Spoon and Spatula, opened up near my house and my girls just finished their first ‘camp’ there… pizza camp! Each day of the week, the classes revolved around pizza. The first day was bubble pizza, then fruit pizza, calazones, pizza wontons, and fried mozzarella sticks.
The girls have been anxious to make some of their newly-learned recipes for the family. So, this past Sunday, I did my own little cooking class with the kids. They taught me how to make their Fried Mozzarella Sticks from the Spoon and Spatula class, and I taught them how to make homemade marinara for spaghetti, Jana’s Awesome Breadsticks, and Cherries and Cream Dessert Squares. Mmmm! It was a ‘free day’ (from the diet) to remember.
Goodmorning everybody! It’s Ruthie from Cooking with Ruthie back to share a quick and easy end of the summer grilling recipe…
If you’d like a fresh take on shrimp, try grilling it on a skewer with a sweet and sour sauce. It’s a nice flavor combination you can enjoy as you say goodbye to summer and hello to fall. The sauce is easy to whip up, and you keep the shrimp moist by basting while grilling for just a few minutes on each side. It really is easy and so worth the prep work.
I stole this recipe from my contributor, Jana. Okay, so not really. I asked permission. I had read about these amazing breadsticks in her post on the Contributor Blog Hop I did, where we got to know the different contributors here on OSSS. One of the questions I asked was for everyone to share their most requested recipe. (If you haven’t checked out the blog hop, you totally should. Great recipes and fun reads there!) Anyway, Jana’s answer was these breadsticks. Naturally, I had to try them, and they went perfect with the big spaghetti dinner we had last Sunday. The whole family LOVED them. And, I loved that they were so easy to make. You just press the flattened dough into a sheet pan and use a pizza cutter to cut the breadsticks into shape, no rising needed. So fast!
So, thank you to Jana, for letting me share her recipe on ‘Or so she says…’.