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Saturday, November 30, 2013

$500 American Express Card Giveaway!

Are you done with your Christmas shopping? I am. It is even wrapped!

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Friday, November 29, 2013

Toffee Apple Dip {Football Friday}

I've been making this Toffee Dip for years. It is SO delicious and super easy to make!  This starts with a block of cream cheese, as most great recipes do. It is amazing that the addition of a few simple ingredients makes such an amazing treat!

We like to serve this dip with apple slices and graham crackers. It is also good straight off a spoon, or so I hear. This is always a hit at our tailgates. I like to take this because it is so easy to transport to the party. This would also be a great addition to your holiday table! 

Wednesday, November 27, 2013

Sloppy Joe Bubble Up

Chicken Legs loves sloppy joes. I am not as big of a fan because they are so messy! Looking for a way we could both enjoy sloppy joes, I decided try a bubble up. YUM! All the flavor of a sloppy joe, and it isn't messy. Maybe I should call this Unsloppy Joe Bubble Up!

I made the sloppy joe sauce, but you could use a can or packet of sloppy joe mix if you don't want to make your own. The sloppy joe mixture can be made ahead of time and tossed with the biscuits when you are ready to bake. I use the smaller canned biscuits as opposed to the Grands!. I find that they cook better in these bubble up casseroles. If you use the Grands!, I suggest cutting each biscuit into 6-8 pieces so they cook through.

Tuesday, November 26, 2013

New Orleans Roast Beef Po-Boy

Here is another recipe inspired by our New Orleans trip. We had lunch at Felix's. They are known for their oysters. Chicken Legs ate a dozen as an appetizer. He asked the waitress what po-boy he should order for lunch and she suggested the Roast Beef Po-Boy. I got a plain chicken sandwich. My sandwich was good, but his Roast Beef Po-Boy was awesome!! I was totally jealous.

I came home and tried my hand at recreating it. I think it turned out great, and this time I didn't have to sneak bites off of Chicken Legs' plate. If you don't want to make po-boys out of this, the roast beef would also be good served over some rice or noodles.

Monday, November 25, 2013

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