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msflower
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Party Food...help me with what to serve

Having an LSU Bowl game/New Year's Eve Party. What all should we serve? My spouse has already told me to have 4 dips! Plus other foods.
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El Josey Wales
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re: Party Food...help me with what to serve
Buffalo chicken dip.


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Salmon
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re: Party Food...help me with what to serve
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My spouse has already told me to have 4 dips!


salsa
crab & brie
creamy jalapeno ranch
7 layer dip


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bleedpurplengold
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re: Party Food...help me with what to serve
hog head cheese


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Jones
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re: Party Food...help me with what to serve
"browned" sausage


kingbob
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re: Party Food...help me with what to serve
cajun krab dip
hogs head cheese
Leblanc's smoked boudin
Murray's alligator sausage
Pork and Sausage Jambalaya


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jimithing11
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re: Party Food...help me with what to serve
stovetop grilled chicken with Italian dressing


El Josey Wales
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stovetop grilled chicken with Italian dressing


Always fresh, never frozen.


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Darla Hood
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re: Party Food...help me with what to serve
I just saw a recipe for boudin dip. I can't decide if it's genius or not.

Pepperoni dip is kind of interesting, too. Use cute little mini pepperonis.


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trillhog
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re: Party Food...help me with what to serve
frozen meatballs in crockpot, pour in bbq sauce, let marinate, toothpics


TNationMom
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re: Party Food...help me with what to serve
Artichoke and spinach dip.


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Gris Gris
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OTIS!NO RULES FOR SAUCES ON STEAK!!
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re: Party Food...help me with what to serve
Crawfish cardinale with french bread chips.

If you're interested in a seafood spread that goes far, look in the TD recipe book in the stickied thread above for the crabmeat layered dip/spread. You can use shrimp or crawfish as an alternative.

Also, look for the shrimp and andouille mini muffins for something a bit different.

Are you looking for any other food suggestions than dips?


Btrtigerfan
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re: Party Food...help me with what to serve
Artichoke Dip

4 8oz blocks cream cheese
1 wedge Romano Cheese
1 wedge Parmesan Cheese
1 jar Artichoke hearts (quartered)
1 medium can Diced Green Chilies

Shred or grate the block cheeses. Whip the cream cheese until spreadable. Blend the cheeses and add drained, quartered artichoke hearts, and entire can of chilies/juices. Mix. Turn into a baking dish suitable for serving. Bake at 350F for 20 minutes. Serve with tortilla chips.


Warm Bacon Blue Cheese Dip

7 slices bacon chopped
2 cloves garlic-minced
8oz cream cheese
1/4c cream or half-half
4oz blue cheese
2T chopped green onions
3T chopped smoked almonds

Cook bacon and garlic. Drain. Beat cream cheese till smooth. Add cream. Beat again. Stir in bacon, onions, and blue cheese. Sprinkle almonds on top. Bake 30 minutes at 350F.


That's all I got.




CITWTT
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re: Party Food...help me with what to serve
Dat shite be nasty brah.


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msflower
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Louisiana
Member since Apr 2011
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re: Party Food...help me with what to serve
Yes I need and want way more than just dips. So far these are all great suggestions!! I would like to try to prepare some items at least a day ahead.


AlxTgr
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Kyre Banorg
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re: Party Food...help me with what to serve
Make your husband smoke a Boston butt or brisket. Serve with rolls of some sort. If you have boudin, tell him to throw it on the smoker for the last 30 minutes or so.


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4LSU2
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re: Party Food...help me with what to serve
Buffalo Chicken Dip
Meatballs
Sausage Balls
Sandwich Tray
You can NEVER go wrong with a platter of nuggets from Chick-Fil-A.
Veggie Tray
Lil Smokies
Taco Ring

are some that come to my mind when I critique a decent gathering.


Gris Gris
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re: Party Food...help me with what to serve
The crawfish cardinale recipe is on p 53 of the recipe book with make ahead and reheat instructions.

The layered spread is on p 9. The mini muffin cake recipe is on p 44.

Scroll down the below link to the gnocchi wrapped in prosciutto. I had these at a party a few months ago and they were great. No toothpicks were used, though. The proscuitto stuck together just fine. The host made them the day before and served at room temp. They could be warmed in the oven a bit.

LINK

She also had these mini blts but she cut them in circles. They were good, too. She baked the dough the day before or a few days before and kept them in a plastic container.

LINK

She had some of these with tenderloin on them also. Could use brisket as well. Or, add sesame seeds to the dough and make mini muffs.

LINK


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AlxTgr
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Kyre Banorg
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re: Party Food...help me with what to serve
Ham, cream cheese, pickle roll up pinwheel thingies.


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El Josey Wales
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