Great Recipes For Football Season

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I asked if there were any events coming up in the Football Realm on the Southern Plate Facebook Page this morning an got all kinds of comments about Gators, Bulldogs, Tigers, Eagles, Dawgs, Knights, Elephants, Colts, Rebels, Ducks, Vols, Falcons, and even Huskers (wait a minute, do they shuck corn for ya? Oh I’m all over that!). Suffice it to say, I am now aware football season has begun! ~grins~ I later asked a follow up question and found out that Yes, there is at least one football team with a bunny mascot!

Well folks, when it comes to football I’m on the side of any team whose fans like to serve food – so with that in mind, here are some recipes that might come in handy!

Slow Cooker Pulled Pork BBQ

Pulled pork barbecue is pretty much heaven on a bun as far as I’m concerned and it seems every region has their own way of doing it. Where I am from, the barbecue is smoked and juicy, served as pictured here or with a little bit of clear mild vinegar sauce poured over it. Here is how to



Tender Babyback Ribs – in the oven!

 Love me some Babyback ribs – especially when they’re this easy!

 

Little Pigs in A Blanket

My daughter’s favorite, these are always a hit with the kids!

Stuffed Pizza Sticks

My dad read this post on Southern Plate and immediately printed it off for my Mama to make for him. Since then he’s asked for it on a regular basis.

Mama, you better go get more pizza sauce!


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~~~~~~~DESSERT~~~~~~~

For Quick and Easy desserts, why not try a cake that you can make ahead of time?

If you’re traveling, just pop it in the cooler and off ya go!

Miss Mary Anne’s Twinkie Cake

Chocolate Sundae Cake

For more of my favorite Refrigerator Cakes, be sure and check out:


Elvis Presley Cake


Butterfinger Cake


Daddy’s Coconut Cake


Mandarin Orange Cake


Don’t forget the Sweet Tea!

No matter the season, Sweet tea is always the beverage of choice at our house.

To get my recipe for perfect sweet tea every time and watch a video of how to make it , click here.


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Comments

  1. lpara says

    Thanks for making me hungry :D I like when there are a bunch of really great recipes on one page. As soon as I lose ALL the weight I want to, I will see what it takes (walk) to be able to make these scrumptious things and keep it off –>OR —–> I might just see what it takes (20 miles a day) to still lose and make these things EVERY day. LOL

  2. says

    PS, please see my timeline on twitter for an urgent prayer request, my heart is aching today for a little four year old boy who is the nephew of a friend of my brothers. I know your blessed family at Southern Plate will pray too. @LPARA

  3. Maryb Erwin says

    My favorite football team mascot is the New Braunsfels (TX) Unicorns! Cracks me up every time I think of the ‘fightin Unicorns!’ And I love me some tailgat recipes for the season-thanks!

  4. Summer says

    Great recipes, but I miss the old days of a new, unique post every so many days. Now it just seems like a compilation of past recipes. :o( I know you’re busy and am happy for your success, so I understand! Just miss the good ol’ days lol.

    • says

      I do too. A great deal of it is mama duties but even more is outside work to be able to pay the website costs.

      As I’m trying to write a book, manage my fb page, answer comments and emails, raise my family, do housework, be actively involved in my kid’s school, help in the community where I can, be involved in my church, and also work for Southern Living, You can expect a new post once a week, as I’ve been doing for a while now, and my new book as soon as I finish writing it. I sure do hope you’ll support it.

      Sometimes, I just step back for a few days to recenter myself and remember what it’s all about- living gratefully! I don’t have a staff so this is still a one woman show and this woman may be busy but I’m so very grateful for everything- including your kindness and understanding.
      Thanks so much!
      C

  5. MaryCnowinIowa says

    Hey, Christy! I love it when you do these compilation posts. It’s a great reminder of some of the great recipes that I may have forgotten about. Thanks a bunch. Have a great day, everyone!

  6. says

    I think it’s amazing that you manage to post one totally new recipe each week in addition to Mom duties!!

    I actually love these “reminder” blogs because they make me think of some of your older recipes I might have forgotten about, or wanted to try but never got around to it. I’m going to make the pizza sticks for lunch tomorrow. :)

    Keep up the great work, you are an amazing person and kids/family always must come first. You know that, and I so, so respect that about you.

  7. Nancy Williams says

    Had some free time this morning to scroll through some blogs (hubby and child on Scout campout, daughter asleep). I’m so glad you have all these older blogs otherwise I’d never get to collect any recipes. Any really good mother feels herself spread thin between providing for family, taking care of family, being example to family, honoring our spiritual and creative selves, then falling into bed at night. I loved reading the blog about nicknames. It brought back some good memories from a not so good childhood. I also liked the story about Mama and Grandmama and the apple dumplings. Thanks for all you do!

  8. Beth Dotson says

    I love your web sight,your recipes,and your humor.It really brightens to read all of your posts,Thank you so much for making others happy and full!!!!!!!!!!!!! You are a breat of fresh air!!

  9. Sherry Talcott says

    Thanks ‘Christy’ for all your delicious recipes! I’m pretty new to your recipe site, so all will ‘be new’ to me. I’ve been going crazy looking up all the tasty recipes! Enjoy this ‘site’ very much :)

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