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Old 01-22-2009, 01:23 PM   #21
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They are really good! Here's a link to their menu. strip
Their hallmark is all sandwiches are topped with cole slaw, tomatoes and french fries, onions by request. It is probably the most famous restaurant in The Burgh. If younz is ever out der ya otta try em.
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Old 01-22-2009, 02:53 PM   #22
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Born and raised in Western Pennsylvania, died in the wool, Steelers fan! I'm having Mahogany Wings, and making homemade pizzas. Don't know what everybody else is bringing. Since I live in Maryland and won't be celebrating with my family, I'll have some Rolling Rock Beer, which is what I'd be drinking if I was there.
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Old 01-22-2009, 04:27 PM   #23
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They are really good! Here's a link to their menu.
Their hallmark is all sandwiches are topped with cole slaw, tomatoes and french fries, onions by request. It is probably the most famous restaurant in The Burgh. If younz is ever out der ya otta try em.
I saw a Food Network special on Primanti Brothers a few years ago. I really want to try it. I need to plan a road trip to Pittsburgh (Panthers fan here).
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Old 01-22-2009, 05:18 PM   #24
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this year keeping it simple

2x 4 ft heros (italian and american)
Fried Chicken
Ribs
Shrimp platter
Cheese, cracker and pepporni platter
Chips with dip
Chips, Salsa and quacmole
chili dip
Penne Ala Vodka
and tons of desserts.


Last year it was same as above but minus the chicken and ribs and I forgot what its replacing. I think wings and all taht stuff

I did make 2 soups. 1 for each team

New England Clam chowder
and NY Cheddar and broccoli (it was supposed to be Greenbay but demand was high)
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Old 01-23-2009, 01:14 PM   #25
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3 years in a row now I have taken my chicken pot pie. It is now expected. It's about the only time I'll make it too - it's not exactly figure friendly...unless the figure is round
Can I get your recipe? I am looking for a good chicken pot pie!
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Old 01-25-2009, 03:08 PM   #26
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my chili.
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Old 01-25-2009, 04:29 PM   #27
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i never,never never watch football.now i will wait for all the boos and hisses. i am convinced there is only one game, they recolor the uniforms and run the film over and over again. lol
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Old 01-25-2009, 06:31 PM   #28
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i never,never never watch football.now i will wait for all the boos and hisses. i am convinced there is only one game, they recolor the uniforms and run the film over and over again. lol
Don't be silly - this is not a football game....this is a 4-hour commercial fest, a concert usually thrown in, with two teams playing some kind of sport...is it football? mmmm...who knew?
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Old 01-30-2009, 01:55 PM   #29
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While I do not watch football during the season, we do have a Superbowl party every year. It is as good an excuse as any to do what I love most.....cook, eat and party with friends and family.

This year we will have 10 people and the menu consists of:

Reubens
Buffalo wings
Hot Spinach and artichoke dip with tortilla and pita chips
Cold shrimp and artichoke dip with crackers
Smoked pork baby back ribs


Here is the kicker regarding the Reubens and I am totally stoked about it: the brisket I corned came from the Angus calf we raised. I will be cooking that tomorrow and I am making the rye bread today. The sauer kraut I put up from cabbage from our fall garden. I am totally cheating on the 1000 island and Swiss cheese, though.

I am also doing the wings in the turkey fryer and the hot dip. Our guests are bringing everything else.

I am really looking forward to those Reubens!!!!

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Old 01-30-2009, 04:22 PM   #30
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I have no one coming over, don't know if DD is going to be here or not but I will have the following because it's what I do.

Sausage Queso Dip
Winnies in BBQ sauce
Sausage Balls
7 Layer Dip
Shrimp
Cheese and Crackers

and I'm debating crab dip. We'll see.
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