How to cook for a Super Bowl Party

Did you see the Cowgirls contribution to Super Bowl Food?

I said it before, I’ll say it again.

If I ever get to that part of Oklahoma, I would like to meet this gal.  She is an artist.

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  1. Jakub says:

    Fr. Z, I think she’s in Oklahoma… [I stand corrected. Thanks!]

  2. Tina in Ashburn says:

    YUM. Looks fanTAStic.

    I’d approach that Spam with fear. Does any treatment make Spam edible? LOL

  3. cowgirl says:

    Fr.Z, Thank you so much again for your kind post! I am in Oklahoma and would love to meet you someday. I enjoy your site too, I’ve learned so much from you…. Thank you!
    lol Tina in Ashburn, the combination of hickory smoke, cayenne, brown sugar and a spritz of whiskey transforms spam into something delicious! Hope you give it a try. :)

  4. irishgirl says:

    Father Z, I just went over to her site and saw the pictures of her ‘feast’…wow! She is one heckva cook! My stomach was growling with hunger!
    I hope that you get to meet her in Oklahoma someday!
    Maybe there’s a cookbook in the works-hey, you never know [ as the NY State Lottery guy says]!

  5. Supertradmum says:

    “Lobster Thermidor aux crevettes with a Mornay sauce, garnished with truffle pate, brandy and a fried egg on top and Spam”

    “I don’t like Spam.”

    “I’ll eat your spam. I luv Spam.”

    No matter what one does to Spam, it is still Spam. However, everything else looked great. Am I the only one in America, besides my aged Ps, who did not go to a Superbowl Party?

  6. Jaybirdnbham says:

    Spam is a venerable breakfast food. Pan fry slices and serve with scrambled eggs, which are cooked in the same pan right after the spam. In fact, you could get fancy and dice the just-cooked spam and add to the eggs while they are cooking.
    But Cowgirl’s spam recipe sounds MUCH better!

  7. irishgirl says:

    Supertradmum-I didn’t go to a Super Bowl party, so you don’t have to feel alone. I came home to eat my solitary dinner of one pork chop, a bowl of corn, a dish of black olives, a plate of potato chips and pretzel sticks, and a mug of ice tea. I listened to the game on the radio-no TV.
    Could have had pizza and wings, like I did last year in a motel room, but not this time. Have to be careful of my money.

  8. MJ says:

    I didn’t go to a Super Bowl party. I didn’t even find out which team won until I found out at work on Monday. :-P

  9. green fiddler says:

    thanking the Lord for Cowgirl’s talents and kindness in sharing!

  10. thereseb says:

    Kosher salt and bacon?

  11. lucy says:

    Bacon wrapped corn – I will remember that for this summer’s grilling feasts…..

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