Jan 30, 2009

Big Cheese preps for the Big Game

O-reagano passed the ball, declined to flip the coin and let me have a go at this week's food entry. It's the Superbowl and I, a non-sports watcher am going to study the culinary depths of football fare and report the play-by-play. Medics are standing by.

On first glance in preparation--one has to know that this sports extravaganza can last beyond four hours. That is a lotta time in front of raw drama and would drive hunger into any being alive.

So I asked Cheese Boutique--do you have food to fuel the spirit of the rumbly crowd, I mean my stomach, to engage the spirit of the game?

Baby-Back Pork Ribs--a rack of it. Throw in oven with sauce. Gourmet Chili pre-made from Frontera-- add in house ground beef-- done. Gorge.

If you are looking for easy this is about as easy as it gets.

Heat set at 275° with a touchdown distance of 2 hours for completion--apply Frontera BBQ sauce liberally to not let them dry up and its done...I did also sprinkle garlic salt for a little spike to it while cooking.

Chili---I followed Frontera's instructions to a tee....heat ground beef for a few minutes or until all of it is browned in a deep saucepan...add bottle of chili...add one cup of water and stir on low heat to simmer. 20 minutes later--you're good to go.

Enjoy the game on Sunday, and if you need other suggestions for your Superbowl fix
ask Agim.

Frontera Chipotle Black Bean Chili
Frontera Sweet and Smokey BBQ Sauce
Frontera Roasted Tomato Salsa
Frontera Stone Ground Tortilla Chips
Cheese Boutique ground Beef and baby back pork Ribs

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