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Big Savings on Food For the Big Game (A Giveaway!)

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It's coming up, people... the BIG GAME! And with so many of us having parties in our homes, we will be expected to come up with a little extra in the grocery budget to help feed all those hungry fans.

Moms can now learn some delicious and unique ways to get ready for the Big Game, and that includes planning your food offerings on a budget -- and it's all available at the new Walmart Game Time website! Walmart has teamed up with this blog to share some of the fabulous items you can buy for your football party (and all for under $44!) That's something to cheer for!

  • One package of Oscar Meyer meat hot dogs (8 ct.)
  • One package of Johnsonville bratwursts (6 ct.)
  • Two packages of Great Value hot dog buns
  • Two bags of T.G.I. Friday’s frozen appetizers
  • One Hormel Supreme Party Tray
  • 12” Chocolate Chunk Cookie
  • Two boxes of Nabisco Wheat Thins or Triscuit Crackers (8-10 oz. box)
Sounds yummy, doesn't it? You can learn more about this exciting promotion, tips for planning the perfect get together, or special on products designed to make the big game even BIGGER by visiting Walmart's Game Time page. It's full of ideas, sales, and inspiration!

Wanna win? We have a $50 Walmart gift card to help you plan your perfect party. Whether you cheer with the fans or just hang out and nibble in the kitchen -- like I do -- your party can be complete for fifty bucks! Just comment on this post with your favorite Big Game recipe, activity, or tip. You have until February 2nd at 11:59 am CST to get your entries in, and you can enter every day! (Just comment as directed for your first entry, and for each entry after that, type "Today's Entry!")

Giveaways are subject to complete site rules. Open to persons 18+ U.S. only, please. (Be sure to give us a way to reach you if you win, and remember that we will never use your email or contact info for anything other than to send your prize.) Good luck, and be sure to check out all of our other giveaways!

*Walmart provided me with two $50 Walmart gift cards for my participation in this program.


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  1. My tip is make use of crockpots and/or buffet type food items so people can serve themselves and you can enjoy the game as well, thanks.

    kport207 at gmail dot com

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  2. my big game tip is to use mini footballs as food decorations, i found them last year at party city for my superbowl party, everyone commented on how it looked so neat to see a little football on top of the dip.

    jennifer.lleras@gmail.com

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  3. Last year my neighbor and friend "made" her own hot wings and they were a huge hit with everyone! I suggest something spicy like these hot wings!

    frogz60@hotmail.com

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  4. I make chili and hot wings and all kinds of spicy food for Super Bowl Sunday.

    Go Saints!

    rhoneygtn at yahoo dot com

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  5. My tip for the Big Game is to go the movies. It's a great time because so few people are there.

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  6. I make my family's favorite dip:
    softened cream cheese mixed with chunky salsa
    traymona[at]aol.com

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  7. We love making BBQ Nachos for our Superbowl party because they taste great and are so easy to make. We use beef or pork sausage covering nachos and topped with melted Velveeta cheese and a drizzle of BBQ sauce.
    lisalmg25 at gmail dot com

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  8. The Chili with Beef and New Potatoes sounds really really good....especially for a football party.

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  9. I like to make pizza dip for the big game: spread 8 oz cream cheese in bottom of glass pie plate, top with pizza sauce and cheese. Heat in microwave and serve with Frito Scoops. You can also top with veggies & pepperoni.

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  10. My best tip is to have a bunch of food cooked and put out buffet style before hand. We make a crockpot of chili. Have small sandwiches. Mini hot dogs, chicken wings and meatballs wrapped in crescent rolls. All easy foods that can be prepared before hand.
    Thanks so much for this wonderful giveaway.

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  11. My tip is to keep it simple with finger foods like nacho's, hot wings, Veggies and Dip and have everyone bring a side dish like pasta salad.

    Get sturdy paper plates.

    dawns_horizen@yahoo.com

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  12. my favorite game time activity is the game score squares competion we set up each quarter
    pksanddancer(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  13. My tip is to do things on the cheap and ask all party guests to bring something (pot luck).

    mami2jcn at gmail dot com

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  14. My Big Game activity is eating chips&dip

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  15. We make seven layer bean dip. It is quick, delicious, and feeds the whole party!

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  16. I like to make spinach dip and chips.
    I also take ice from my Saints ice bucket.
    pcollins@viscom.net

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  17. Attractively presented fresh fruits such as pineapple and strawberries is a colorful and nutritious game snack.

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  18. I like to buy one thing I love to eat but hate to make (like hot wings) and then put out a bunch of crudite, chips, dips and salsa.

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  19. i like making a simple dip with velveeta and chili

    chromiumman (at) mail (dot) com

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  20. I usually just buy a lot of chips, dips and wings, but I also make a simple but delicious dip by combining a package of cream cheese with chili. It sounds weird but I promise it's yummy!

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  21. We always travel to Arizona to be with our family for the Big Game. We always do a clam dip. Have to have it. Also, we always play a game having to do with the Big Game. We all answer questions before the game starts (like Who will win the the coin toss? Which team will score the first touchdown? etc). We add up the points at the end of the game and give that person a prize. We love it.

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  22. My favorite game day recipe is a big pot of chili verde. I use my mom's recipe which calls for green chiles, pork, white wine, onions and garlic, and then simmered for hours the day before. Then I serve it with refried beans and tortillas.
    Alicia Webster
    5webs@comcast.net

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  23. My gameday tip is to prepare your party food ahead of time so that you can enjoy the game and not spend the party in the kitchen.
    jedoggett@embarqmail.com

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  24. Easy dishes wear people can help themselves. The less mess the best. I usually go with a nacho dip, little weenies, even some fruit among other things.
    eelyk_the_only@hotmail.com

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  25. I have a killer Buffalo Chicken Wing recipe as well as an amazing Herbed blue Cheese Dip recipe I make every superbowl. Always a huge hit.

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  26. I like to make Cheesy Taco Nachos.
    austma7@aol.com

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  27. I love fresh guacamole sprinkled with lime and sea salt!
    Thank you for the giveaway :)
    hurdler4eva(at)gmail(dot)com

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  28. I serve all the girls a slimfast Chocolate shake blended with a scoop of sugarfree chocolate icecream just before the guys show up- that keeps our "tight ends" from becoming wide receivers.writer61@yahoo.com

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  29. My favorite "recipe" is pretty simple--just get frozen meatballs and throw them in the crockpot with barbecue sauce. Eezy peezy!

    brandi.westmoreland(at)gmail(dot)com

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  30. Our favorite big game activity is prior barbecuing with our neighbors.

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  31. crocpots, use nametags for cups--smile

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  32. My tip is to overkill on the snacks and lay it out buffet-style across the coffee tables in front of the couch for easy grabbing! We like to grill before the game but then put out a lot of Tyson Hot Wings & Cool Ranch, Velveeta-Chili Dip & Jalapeno Chips, Sausages in a Blanket, etc., for game-time snacking.

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  33. To make everything as easy as possible..Chips and dips work well plus wings are always a hit..I will be watching..
    tatum810@yahoo.com

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  34. Bacon and Cheese Toasts - yum! and easy too
    tvollowitz at aol dot com

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  35. We are going to make either chicken wing soup or a chicken wing dip. We will also probably make mozzerlla sticks and poppers. The mozerella sticks and poppers i can get for $1 a box if i get the local no name brand at walmart!

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  36. We have tons of pizza with snacks like chips and popcorn during the game. This works great for the kids.

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  37. My favorite activity on game day is eating. Am I wrong for that?

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  38. I make really easy chili dip, Smear a block of cream cheese in a pie pan, top with a can of chili and a cup of grated cheese. Heat at 325 for 10 minutes and serve with chips!

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  39. One of my families favorite super bowl activities is to make silly bets on plays, such as jump up and down on one foot if the team's makes the catch.

    eddingsfamily@prodigy.net

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  40. I like homemade cheese dip with hamburger and salsa in it and nachos.
    kathyluman@gmail.com

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  41. No super bowl party (or any other for that matter) is complete without my homemade guacamole.

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  42. Have a wide variety of finger foods and prepare as much in advance as you can.

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  43. We enjoy guacomole ans salsa an chip while watching football. Isnt the point of a game to socialize and eat?

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  44. My favorite Big Game recipe is crock pot food! We serve chili that is full of onions, meat, tomatoes, beans and hot sauce!

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  45. The worst Super Bowl party food I've ever had was something the host called "tiger meat." It was basically raw hamburger, raw egg, onion, seasonings---pretty much raw meatloaf--spread on crackers. Awful!! So I guess my tip would be---don't serve tiger meat to your guests!

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    Christine
    dazed1821@AOL.COM

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  47. Pizza, chips and lots of cheering.

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  48. We make Hot Sausage.
    dolniaks[at]consolidated[dot]net

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  49. Shredded chicken, refried beans & cheese in a crockpot makes an awesome dip. And a deli subs are way easier than cooking :)

    gevin13{at}gmail{dot}com

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  50. We always cook brats in the crockpot; I keep them on low so everyone can serve themselves over the evening.

    Our parties are usually pot-luck..everyone brings a side dish or snack to share...it cuts down on me having to do all the work and shoulder all the expense and everyone gets a chance to try someone else's favorite recipe.

    shel704 at aol dot com

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  51. My big game recipe is callin in for some pizza!
    throuthehaze at gmail dot com

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  52. My big tip is purchase sponges and write the teams name on it. So the guys can throw it at the TV or each other when there team is not doing good. lol And to make lots of easy snack food like Devil eggs, fresh fruit, And Set up a taco bar.

    waitressdani (AT)
    hotmail (DOT) com

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  53. cdziuba@aol.com

    We pick a them for the food every year at Super Bowl. here's a sampling of themes past!:

    Comfort Food
    Chinese Takeout
    Italian
    Make Your Own Pizza

    This year it's Tapas/Appetizers.

    Theming the food makes it more fun!

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  54. I love chili for the big game. I also make homemade cookies shaped like helmets and footballs.

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  55. A nacho platter smothered in chili is awesome.

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  56. My favorite party recipe is taco dip. It's hard to mess up, relatively clean AND a crowd pleaser!
    jjak2003 at gmail dot com

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  57. Appetizer - wrap 1/3 bacon slice around a water chestnut. Bake in 350 degree oven on rack till bacon is crisp. Keep warm in crockpot on low.

    kg4rmt at arrl dot net

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  58. my favorite tip is to have lots of extra chips and dip on hand.

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  59. Since I am not a sports fan, my tip is to have a good book available, but be ready to break for the half time show!

    clynsg at yahoo dot com

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  60. My family always plays touch football outside in the snow before the SuperBowl!
    txgigggles@yahoo.com

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  61. SERVE FINGER FOODS....HATE SPORTS BUT LOVE WATCHING PEOPLE FOR THEY DO THE STRANGEST AND DARNEDEST THINGS AN ARE ALWAYS GOOD FOR LAUGHTES

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  62. wow! What a feast! I'd be glad to drop by and partake in the bountiful repast! I tend to go simple with prepare-ahead foods so that I can relax and enjoy the event.

    I've tweeted:

    http://twitter.com/stowelljg/status/8413322466

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  63. HORTON111@AOL.COM
    EMMA L HORTON

    SERVE THE USUAL CHIPS AND DIPS WITH CHICKEN WINGS AND SOME CRANBERRY MEATBALLS AND ALSO HAVE SOME HEALTHY FOODS LIKE GRAPES, APPLES AND BANANAS

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  64. My tip: serve appetizers and finger foods that you won't have to keep tending to on the stove/oven/etc that way you can enjoy the party/game.
    talonsmom731 at gmail dot com

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  65. I always make nachos with homemade guacamole, a crowd pleaser!

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  66. We make a variety of foods for everyone. Dips and chips, wings, nachos, pizza, hotdogs etc so everyone gets what they like. Also you can get cute plastic footballs to put on the table to make it more fun.

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  67. I like making fresh spinach dip in a bread bowl. Easy and yummy! Perfect party-time food. Thanks!

    shevilkenevil1 at aol dot com

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  68. My tip is to be lazy! We always have everyone who attends our Super Bowl parties bring a dish, and most people bring carryout wings, pizza, etc.

    rsbryswrrl at gmail dot com

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  69. I like to make nacho dip in my little crockpot

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    dawns_horizen@yahoo.com

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  71. One tip for the Big Game is to make sure you have some healthy food and drink options for your friends watching their weight. Veggie platters with several low-fat dip or salsa choices and cold shrimp appetizers are my 2 favorites. Maybe even some frozen yogurt choices instead of the traditional ice cream.

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  72. We collect keys at the front door in case anyone drinks a little too much...we can drive them home or call a cab for them after the game (or before if needed!)

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  73. My Big Game tip is to get your shopping done while the game is on. No one is out and about at that time!

    kristin.harris(at)yahoo.com

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  74. We like hot wings, BBQ wings, pizza and salsa velveeta dip with tortilla chips.
    slrdowney at hotmail dot com

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    mami2jcn at gmail dot com

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  76. My favorite food to serve is my Black Eyed Pea Salsa and tortilla chips.

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  77. My favorite Big Game tip is to stock up on supplies looooong before the game. That way you can get them on sale.

    whatinabox at gmail dot com

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  78. I'm gonna sit back, munch and crunch during the Big Game. My tip to others? Just enjoy it.
    Please accept my entry. Thank you.

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  79. I love to make cocktail weenies - they are always a hit with both the adults & kids!

    autumn398 @ yahoo.com

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  80. we like to make easy dibbling dishes like crab dip, hot wings and 7-layer taco salad

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  81. melon pieces, grapes and apples

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  82. Dh and I watch the game together while the girls play in their room. We get a frozen pizza from Walmart, their store brand is really good, and watch the game. This way we can enjoy the game in our jammies if we like. Thank you!

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  83. Vegetarian Chili. msmith572@yahoo.com

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  84. We love Mexican so I usually make a couple of things like nachos, enchiladas, quesadillas or burritos.

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  85. For our sports viewing parties, I take everything out of the "viewing" room except the seating. I replace the tables with outdoor tables or folding trays. Every glass gets a cozy before it's set out on the buffet. Paper plates are set into wicker trays. Food fills the buffet table and then it's every wo/man for her/himself...and I don't have to worry about what gets messey, and nothing is in danger of getting broken.

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  86. One game day favorite in this house are grilled mini burgers on little rolls. Leave out all the fixings so everyone can cutomize one or several.

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  87. My favorite Big Game activity is playing touchfoot ball in the afternoon. Then, everyone's hungry and the kids can sit thru the game.

    renski17@fortaj.com

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  88. my tip is to make a bunch of different finger foods to snack on and make home made pizzas.

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    I make seven layer bean dip. It is delicious, quick, easy, and feeds everybody!

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  90. My favorite game time recipe is those delicious Brownie Footballs!

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  91. I like to make a yummy broccoli cheese dip my mom taught me...
    One pack cut frozen broccoli
    Chedder cheese
    Heep of mayo
    Bacon bits
    Cook and drain broccoli than mix everything else, heat and serve with crackers of choice...easy
    disintegratingstarr@hotmail.com

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  92. We make little pizzas
    2 lb brick of velveeta melted
    1 roll sausage browned
    3oz can of tomato paste
    party rye bread
    Mix 1st 3 ingredients together, spread on rye and bake at 350 for 10 minutes.

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  93. I like to prepare lots of finger foods ahead of time so I can enjoy the guests and game! I make nuts and bolts (using Chex cereals, cheerios, and pecans), caramel popcorn, and put out various types of cheese cubes and lots of crackers. I also make plenty of guacamole to have with crackers or chips.

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  94. My tip is use crockpots so people can serve themselves,"but make sure you put a plastic liner in so clean-up is a breeze", and you can enjoy the game also, thanks.

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  95. we have a huge party! so exciting!

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  96. Make sure and have PLENTY of pretzels!

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  97. My favorite game day treat is warm spinach dip served with cracker and bread. Thanks, justicecw@hotmail.com

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  98. Get everything together The night before all the chopping and stuff and then just throw it together the next day

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  99. My big game day recipe is Beef Enchiladas.
    Flank steak - season w/ basil, garlic and minced onion - 4 hrs in crock pot and shred. Add 1 can green chiles.
    Put 1/4 cup beef in tortilla, top with shredded cheddar & roll.
    Place in non stick sprayed caserole dish, top with green medium enchilada sauce and shredded cheddar.
    Bake at 350 for 20 mins. Top with salsa and sour cream. Serve with chips and salsa.
    Everyone's favorite!
    tsue1136 at yahoo dot com

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  100. I love to make seven layer dip because its super easy!

    jessicabcote@gmail.com

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  101. I watch the game with my husband and guests and enjoy the commercials, then at the end I make and serve nachos- yum!

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  102. We make meatballs in the crockpot with chili sauce and a couple spoons full of grape jelly!

    Thanks for entering me! Great Contest!

    Janna Johnson
    janna@FeedYourPigBlog.com
    jannajanna@hotmail.com
    www.FeedYourPigBlog.com

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  103. I try to offer as much variety as possible such as low fat, glutten free, and diabetic options when preparing food so that everyone present has a good menu to choose from.
    Thank you so much for the chance to win.

    jweezie43[at]aol[dot]com

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  104. The Chile Verde Quesadillas recipe will be a hit at my big Game party!
    (panicxduh@yahoo.com)

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  105. cdziuba@aol.com Todays entry Jan 31

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    I love to make seven layer bean dip for my Super Bowl parties!

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  107. My tip is to buy a turkey on sale around Thanksgiving and then cook it and slice it for deli meat on the big day!

    lynne at fairpoint dot net

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  109. My tip is to try and make as much food as possible in advance so you can spend more time actually watching the game instead of being in the kitchen cooking.

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  110. Love to host my party with chicken wings.
    TWBellamy@hotmail.com

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    dawns_horizen@yahoo.com

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  112. I love watching the game with friends & eating lots of snacks! :)

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  113. My favorite game day recipe is spicy homemade chili with sour cream, cheese, and corn chips.
    monster6236(at)gmail(dot)com

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  114. Thanks for the chance to win the Walmart card.

    http://twitter.com/stowelljg/status/8452844991

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  115. We are big fans of hot wings and chips with various dips.

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    talonsmom731 at gmail dot com

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    mami2jcn at gmail dot com

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  118. Today's Entry!

    kristin.harris80(at)yahoo.com

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  120. HORTON111@AOL.COM
    EMMA L HORTON

    KEEP IT SIMPLE... CHICKEN WINGS...SOME SANDWICHES...SOME SOUP AND SOME FRUITS AND SOME DRINKS

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  121. We invite friends over and have a potluck. I'll order some chicken wings or make dessert for the big game. :) Jenprincess88 at aol dot com

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  122. Make sure and order pizza early, cause it will take a while to get there!

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  123. Daily tweet!

    shevilkenevil1 at aol dot com

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  124. We are watching the game with the same people that we had Thanksgiving with, my husband deep fried a delicious turkey for thanksgiving, so we are doing it again for the super bowl!!

    stephanie_dunbar07
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  125. Today's Entry.

    renski17@fortaj.com

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  126. Today's entry. msmith572@yahoo.com

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  127. I make "Nuts and Bolts" to munch on during the game. It's a lot like Chex Mix, only better!
    bbentry[at]aol[dot]com

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  128. I'm making home made pizza and snacks to go along with it!
    lgrieser(at)sbcglobal(dot)net

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  129. My favorite game day recipe is Chili in the crock pot. I don't have a special recipe since I never make it the same each time. I like using ground turkey since it is better for you than beef. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  130. We are deep frying a turkey!! YUM!!

    stephanie
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  131. I love the football bowl (the bets) and chips and salsa.

    denyse_g@hotmail.com

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  132. The Carne Asada Nachos look fabulous! Thanks!

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  133. Today's Entry!

    Raelena
    throuthehaze at gmail dot com

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  134. Love making different types of hummus for veggie and chip dipping. Something just a little different.

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  135. My favorite thing to do on Game Day is make up a few batches of different flavor naked chicken wings in the oven! Yum...getting hungry just thinking about it!! Thanks for the contest! codisweepstakes2 (at) gmail.com

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  136. My favorite game day recipe is BBQ meatballs. Just put meatballs in a crockpot and pour on the Bulls Eye BBQ sauce. Simple & yummy.

    luckycat1818(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  137. Today's entry!
    slrdowney at hotmail dot com

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  138. I love to make seven layer dip. You add each ingredient as a layer.
    Refried beans, guacamole, sour cream with taco seasoning, grated cheese, diced tomatoes, sliced green onions, and chopped olives.
    My email is visible in my profile.

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  139. thinking bean dip beans layered with lettuce ,tomato ,avacado and salsa

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  140. My tip is to make more food than you think! People always come unexpectedly and you'll be prepared.

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    tsue1136 at yahoo dot com

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  142. My favorite is fresh, homemade guacamole. Lots of it, with a good quality brand of tortilla chips.

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    whatinabox at gmail dot com

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  144. my favorite recipe is to make a traditional rotel dip with velveeta and rotel in the crock pot, but then add a pack of frozen crawfish and cook it up in the crockpot yum!

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  145. I always make chili for the Super bowl, we like Cinncinati chili the best.

    ajolly1456 at gmail dot com

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  146. I like to make my mom's spinich dip for the big game.

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  147. I make a Crock-pot full off chili..just dump everything in in the morning & it's ready by game time...I also have a selection of toppings and add-ins so it can suit anybody.
    Thanks for the giveaway,
    gordyneve(at)yahoo.com

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  148. Todays entry Feb 1 cdziuba@aol.com

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  149. my favorite game day activity is inviting over friends who are fans of the rival team and watching the game intime@myself.com

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  150. Keep it simple and FUN! Finger foods are the best!

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  151. We make jello shots to be passed around whenever someone scores. Thanks.

    president(dot)peaches(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  152. we ladies usually sit and play games while the men watch football. :-)

    ~eunice b
    rsmile2u@ dejazzd .com

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  153. Smoothies! Yum!

    http://twitter.com/stowelljg/status/8494946004

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  154. Today's entry!

    tsue1136 at yahoo dot com

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  155. Today's entry!
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    dawns_horizen@yahoo.com

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    denyse_g@hotmail.com

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  158. relax and enjoy watching people if you do not enjoy watching the game for they do unbelievable things

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  159. Mmmm...meatballs in the crockpot...great football fave!

    teenytig@sbcglobal.net

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  160. We are going to have pizzas of the frozen type so it will be quick and easy.
    nanoarta1 at gmail dot com

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    Christine
    dazed1821@aol.com

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