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Kitchen Talk: Game Day Food

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Tasty Kitchen Blog: Kitchen Talk (World Series 2014)

I have one question for you: Kansas City Royals, or San Francisco Giants?

Tonight, they play for the World Series title, and though I haven’t had time to follow baseball closely all season, I love that the matchup has been even enough to require all seven games to determine the winner. That means we get to squeeze every bit out of the series, and we have an excuse to indulge in game day food on a Wednesday.

Because it’s a weekday, some of us won’t have much time to spend in the kitchen before the game comes on. But we won’t let that stop us, right? So tell us:

Do you have any ideas for quick and easy game day food?

If I could, I’d put out some BBQ (go KC Royals!) and clam chowder in sourdough bowls (go SF Giants!). Not just as a nod to the teams, but because I really do love BBQ. And clam chowder. And I’m trying to be neutral because I have a brother who lives in Kansas City, and my mom is in San Francisco right now.

Sadly, BBQ and clam chowder really don’t usually fall under the “quick and easy” category. But we have a few others here that do, like the Cheese Crisps you see in the photo above. Here are a few others:

Tasty Kitchen Blog: Kitchen Talk (World Series 2014)

Bacon and Blue Cheeseburger Potato Skins. Meat? Good. Cheese? Good. Bacon? Bring it on.

Tasty Kitchen Blog: Kitchen Talk (World Series 2014)

Chicken Alfredo Garlic Bread Pizza. Your favorite pasta, on garlic bread.

Tasty Kitchen Blog: Kitchen Talk (World Series 2014)

Speaking of bread, how about this Cheddar Tailgating Bread? Look at all that cheese. Heavenly.

Tasty Kitchen Blog: Kitchen Talk (World Series 2014)

Garlic and Mushroom Queso Fundido. Whip this up, serve it with a bowl of chips, and watch it disappear.

Now it’s your turn! Have any ideas for a Game 7 feast tonight? Are you watching the game? If you are, which team are you rooting for? Show your team colors below!



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Kari Lindsay on 10.31.2014

I’m not really into sports, so for me the best thing about game day is the food! Loooove all these cheesy recipes!

Patty Paulsen on 10.30.2014

I did not get to watch the game. But anytime there is sports on and people watching it, time to drag out the good old processed cheese-rotel-sausage cooked in a slow cooker. You know the one I am talking about, recipe has been around for ages and it is the reason even cheese snobs will buy the cheese in a box!

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C. L. ( Cheryl ) "Cheffie Cooks" Wiser on 10.30.2014

Fun night, good Series and not much food left! Fun had by all. Have a great Day! Cheryl

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Rosann @ 2BellaHealth on 10.30.2014

Sweet Potato Nachos! Get the recipe at

lena on 10.29.2014

Unable to watch the game today (Gasp!). I know. I love making a quick and easy chili. Moose chili in particular. It is so versatile; moose chili nachos, on top of baked potatoes, chili dogs, so yummy.