Friday, February 4, 2011

Snackadium

Are you ready for some football?? EEEEEKKKKKK...too cute and clever!! The Snackadium from Scott Pham. A guacamole field: cheese dip and salsa end zones. Slim Jims as goal posts and sour cream as yard lines. Tortilla chips, Ruffles, Doritoes and Cheetos as fans. Vienna Sausages with cheese helmets as players. A Rice Krispies treat stadium and hot dogs wrapped in bacon separating the fans from the field! Genius!
Go Steelers!!

20 comments:

  1. STOP IT! That is such a great idea! I'm not really into football, but I want to have a party just so I can make that LOL SO neat!

    Paula

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  2. Wow! That is one cool spread! GO STEELERS!! Kerri

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  3. Oh my! This is soo funny and yummy looking!

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  4. OMG!!! Thats like a man's dream come true!!!lol! Well of course the kids too. But my family would go ga-ga over this one : )
    Thanks for sharing!!
    Have fun eat---watching the game today!!!
    Manni
    www.ibakecakes-manni.blogspot.com

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  5. Are the chips in a dish or are the rice krispies holding them in place?

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  6. This is so crative and awesome. I just hope I can recreate it!

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  7. Thanks for sharing this! It wil be perfect for our eighborhood bowl party!

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  8. I'm making one, but w/o the players (looks like they just fall over) and bacon wrapped hot dogs (I can barely see in the photo). I don't like vienna sausages or hot dogs, anyways.

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  9. How much did making this cost you?!?!

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  10. Instead of hotdogs wrapped in bacon you can substitute for Jalapeno poppers (Jalapenos stuffed with cream cheese, wrapped in bacon) and for the players I'm going to do red peppers since both teams this year have red in them... My question is, how do you get the goal posts to stand upright?

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  11. That is beyond awesome. My husband would LOVE that. I featured it on our company's facebook page to inspire all the wives :)

    http://www.facebook.com/?sk=welcome#!/pages/RomanticMarriagescom/166621056713428

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  12. My favorite Steeler of all time was David Woodley.

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  13. I MADE THIS !! it was time consuming.. but did it ever go over well with the guys !! They loved it !! If you do it in sequence and take your time..it 's actually fun to make !! Thnks for allowing me to re-create !!

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  14. I am making this for the Oregon civil war and am wondering if anyone knows how to keep the Con Queso warm?

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  15. This is such a great idea. Is there a special dish it is all being held in or is it all seperate? I would love to try this for the superbowl.

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