It's after 10 pm here and we are getting ready for tomorrows tailgate. Since our game begins at 12:30 p.m. we are planning a pre-game and post-game spread.
Pre-game: (Warning: Not Healthy! Note to Self: Watch Portion Sizes!) French Toast Casserole, Hash-brown Egg, Canadian Bacon Casserole, Fruit
Post-game: Sun-Dried Tomato, Smoked Mozzarella, Chicken Pasta Salad, Water Rolls, Veggies & Dips, Pirate Booty (requested by my 7 year old), Orange & Blue Cookies
Pasta Recipe -
2 cups tubular pasta 1 pint grape tomatoes - halved 1/4 c olive oil 2 Tbs red wine vinegar 1/4 tsp salt and pepper 1 minced garlic clove Pinch of oregano 8 oz smoked mozzarella - cut into smallish cubes 6 (or more) sun dried tomato halves packed in oil, blotted dry and minced or small chop 2 TB chopped FRESH basil leaves 6 - 8 oz chopped cooked or grilled chicken
Pasta just beeped. Off to cool it down and add everything but mozzarella and basil. Will add before heading to game.View Thread
Elizabeth ~To eat is a necessity, to eat intelligently is an art.~ La Rochefoucauld
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