So whatcha doin' for the Super Bowl? We have a good friend with a one-month old baby, so guess who's house we're going to? I remember when Darcy was that old it took me about 45 minutes to get out of the house, so we are going to bring the party to them. I can't decide whether to bring French Onion Dip or the much easier to prepare guacamole (I just mix 2 avocados, 1/4 chopped onion, some chopped tomato, 4-5 cloves garlic, hot sauce, and salt). Maybe I'll just bring both....
Here are some Rachael Ray posts from around the blogosphere this week. If you see a post that you think would be good for the Roundup, or you write one yourself, e-mail me so I can be sure to include it.
- Lilan of The Daily Cookie made Spitfire Shrimp and it was the star of her party.
- This week, Sweet Tea in Texas feature three Rachael Ray recipe reviews: Red Beans and Rice with Chorizo, Buffalo Sloppy Joes, and Swedish Meatballs and Egg Noodles.
- Donna of Tasty Treasures made Pan Roasted Sausage, Peppers, Onions, and Potatoes from the old school Comfort Foods.
- The Good Wife is back, this time with her own spin on Rachael's Mexican Tortilla Soup.
- Katie of Sugar, Spice, and Sometimes Nice made Mexican Lasagna.
- Melslatt of Chi-town Cooking Creations tried Rachael's Pasta al Forno.
- Jill of Jill's Party of Six made Scramblewiches from 365: No Repeats.
- Pink Heather of Penguin Pie tried Rachael's recipe for Fish Stew and loved it.
- Robin Currie of the Philly Inquirer gave three recipes from BOB a try, with mixed results.
- Ty'sMommy of the Seventh Level of Boredom made Basil, Chili and Garlic Chicken.
- Kelly of Oatmeal for Breakfast gave escarole a try for the first time when making Rachael's recipe for Pasta with Winter Greens and Walnuts.
- Ellen of Chronicles of a Curious Cook took her own spin on Rachael's recipe for Chicken Parmesan.
- Blakely of Kitchen Creations made Mac and Cheddar Cheese with Chicken and Broccoli.
- Partysugar of Yumsugar recommends Rachael's recipe for Super Sloppy Joes for your Super Bowl party.