Fantastic Football Food


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Updated: 8/24/2012 3:48 pm Published: 8/23/2012 4:12 pm


Do you have football fever yet? After this segment you will. Football season is here, and your game day just got a lot more appetizing with these fun football foods made by Lambrusco's Chef Shelly Hayslett.

Cowboy up with Hayslett's "Beans and Cornbread With A Twist" recipe. "You will need one 9x9 pan of your choice of cornbread," she said. "Hollow out the middle and fill with Lambrusco’z Fat Free Bean Dip. Add a layer of Lambrusco’z corn dip. Cover with co-jack cheese and a sprinkle of green onions. Top with crispy bacon. Bake at 350° for 15-20 minutes."

A sandwich is a great finger food that can be shared by all football fans no matter which side of the field you're rooting for.

Haylsett suggests the SOONER Press Sandwich. "You will need Ciabatta Line Loaf, French roll or your hearty bread of choice, Lambrusco’z Feta Salsa, your favorite Italian style meats and your choice of veggies and dressing (we use our Greek dressing)," Hayslett said. "Spread dressing on bread and layer meats, veggies and feta salsa. Wrap in parchment or wax paper. Lay sandwich on small baking sheet then lay another small baking sheet on top. Weigh down with cans and refrigerate overnight. Pull out of your fridge next day, slice and serve!"

You can get cheesy like KC and make a "Cheddar Cheese Football" made with Lambrusco'z cheddar spread. "Mold into the shape of a football; roll or sprinkle with chili powder and serve with your favorite jam or jelly!" Hayslett said. "It's great with crackers or a crostini!"

Lambrusco'z offers more than 300 items made from scratch at their store. They offer dine in as well as catering. "Our Football Menu is available at the store and you can also check it out on our website," Hayslett said. "We have a great selection of fabulous chips, dips, and snacks available for your football frenzy!" Visit www.lambruscoz.com for more information. 

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