Green Bay Chicken Booyah

After a serious beatdown last week the NY Giants travel to Green Bay this Sunday night to take on a rested Green Bay Packers team at 8:30pm. While the Giants find themselves tied for last place in their division at 2-2, the Green Bay Packers have a lot going for them and are just behind the Vikings in their division. To help you enjoy this Sunday evening matchup we’ve recreated a dish from Green Bay that communities and home cooks have been serving up since the early 1900s. We give you Wisconsin’s own Chicken Booyah! Read more

Pittsburgh Fried Zucchini

Now that we’re into the fourth week of action, things are really taking shape as to what we should expect to come for the remainder of the season. Maybe except for the Pittsburgh Steelers, who until last week were expected to make a deep run into the playoffs, if not Superbowl bound. Soundly destroyed by the Eagles last week, the Steelers will finally have their starting running back in the game after missing the first three due to disciplinary issues. But it will be no easy task, as the Steelers host the reeling Kansas City Chiefs for Sunday night’s matchup in Pittsburgh. For this game we’re featuring a lesser-known Pittsburgh favorite, Fried Zucchini. Read more

Dallas Chicken Fried Steak

For this week’s Sunday night match-up the badly injured Chicago Bears travel to Texas to take on the Romo-less Cowboys at 830pm. Coming off two straight losses to begin the season, and now missing their starting quarterback for a couple weeks, the Bears hope to rebound and rally around the next men up to take over for the fallen. In Dallas, they’re hoping to continue the exciting momentum building behind the rookie shoulders of Dak Prescott. This kid has already passed Warren Moon in the record book as having thrown the most passes without being intercepted (75), and this is surely the most interesting story-line going into this week’s match-up. To enjoy the game we’ve prepared north Texas’ own Chicken Fried Steak. Read more

Minnesota Hotdish

This week’s Sunday matchup takes place at the brand new US Bank Stadium in Minneapolis at 830pm. It’s going to be exciting to see the Vikings finally back in a stadium that they can permanently call home after having played at the University of Minnesota stadium for the past two seasons while their home was being built. This is surely going to be a loud one to renew another season of this always exciting rivalry between two NFC North competitors, with both the Green Bay Packers and Vikings coming off week one wins. For this week’s game in Minnesota we’ve recreated one of the most popular dishes enjoyed by residents of Minnesota for the past 80+ years, the Hotdish… Read more

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