Game Grub BOWL 2012!

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So here’s the deal: last year we asked you to bring your “A”-game tailgating and game grub recipes. Like football, we did playoffs and in the end there was one victorious recipe: Melissa Coleman’s chili. This year, we’re BACK and OpenSky is helping us give away an awesome Bodum Charcoal Grill as the GRAND prize! ¬†You have until January 31st to send in your favorite game grub to madhungrylsq@gmail.com (wings, drinks, dips, sliders, nachos– you name it!) and from there we’ll pick 6 recipes to enter the playoffs. Everyone that makes the playoffs gets a MH prize but from there, only ONE recipe will reign the game grub champion.

You up for the challenge? Check out the video here

I know there’s some big games this weekend people so take those pictures, write down those recipes and SEND US YOUR GRUB! You’ve got until January 31st: MadhungryLSQ@gmail.com

8 Comments
  • Vicki January 21, 2012 at 6:35 pm

    Where does LSQ get the gorgeous tunics that she wears in Mad Hungry? She always looks so stylish!

  • Frieda January 22, 2012 at 9:44 am

    Lucinda,

    So love all of your recipes. These Sunday football recipes are helpful. I also love your teacher friends website.

    http://www.cookingwithmrc.tumblr.com

    I love that he posts Sunday Treats for the kids, aside from all of his other great recipes. I hope he’s back cooking with you very soon.

    Happy Football!!!
    Frieda R.

  • Janice January 22, 2012 at 7:07 pm

    Yes, teacher/cook John Contratti’s website is a great treat. As a fellow teacher, please have him back cooking again.

    Janice

  • Bonnie January 23, 2012 at 4:23 pm

    What happened–I no longer see “print this recipe” and had to write out the recent pizza dough recipe??

  • Jennifer January 31, 2012 at 2:42 pm

    I just finished watching the episode featuring game day wings and sliders and I loved it! I so enjoy watching you and Calder cook together and have been inspired to get my tween son in the kitchen with me!I laughed when the seven layer bean dip was assembled in only six layers!It was nice to see that you didn’t do a retake. Looking forward to trying these recipes on Sunday. Go Blue!

  • Anita Baca February 2, 2012 at 2:25 am

    Hi Lucinda. I really enjoy your cooking classes on the Hallmark channel. You inspire me to bake and cook and also to get out and look for those amazing tools you use. I finally found the wooden lemon juice grinder or smasher. Keep up the yummy reciepes.

  • Alexis February 9, 2012 at 3:04 am

    Oh sduons so good. I hope Banana Republic in London does it as well. I want the booklet.

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