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Football Snacks, Valentines, Mardi Gras
January 12, 2012

Theme Party Queen

Happy New Year! Our household has finally settled back into a routine after the craziness of the month of December. Between me celebrating my 50th birthday and all the holiday parties we attended, I am so glad that things are back to normal!

In addition to attending holiday get-togethers, we have also been watching alot of football and are looking forward to Super Bowl coming up on February 5th. For those of you who watch football too, I am re-posting our Top 5 football snack ideas:

#1 - It isn't surprising to find a taco dip on this list. I have been making this one since I was in college years ago and every single time I make it, it disappears in no time.

Taco Dip For A Crowd

#2 - This recipe for Onion Dip was made regularly by a favorite aunt. She used to serve it with wheat crackers and I love it. Sounds weird to make an appetizer out of onions but try it and you will be sold.

Warm Vidalia Onion Dip

#3 - Meatballs are always a hit at parties right? This recipe includes 5 ideas for sauces. I am still looking for a great Swedish Meatball sauce recipe so if you have one, please add it at the bottom of the recipe page in the comments section (must have a Facebook account to comment).

Tiny Meatballs w/ 5 Sauce Options

#4 - Well this one is just downright wonderful. I make it for alot of different occasions but love it for tailgating because it is excellent on sandwiches too, especially croissants.

Buffalo Chicken Dip

#5 - And last, but certainly not least, is my friend Georgia's Beer Cheese. This recipe has been passed around among friends for years. We all love and it usually makes an appearance at several different gatherings throughout the year. Really convenient having only 4 ingredients.

Beer Cheese

Other Pages You Might Like

Super Bowl Party Ideas - For help planning a football party at your home.

Valentines Day Ideas - Thinking about hosting a Valentines Day party? Find some inspiration here.

Mardi Gras Party - I have never been to New Orleans nor have I ever hosted a Mardi Gras Party, but I have always thought that it would be a fun party to host complete with masks, purple, green and gold decorations and Cajun food. This page offers just a few ideas to consider when planning this type of theme party.

A New Look For The New Year

You probably noticed a new header at the top of this newsletter. We also changed the header at the website and on our Facebook fan page. It was time to freshen things up a bit so we added some vibrant colors that we like alot better and hope you do too.

Until Next Time,

Sandee Lembke

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