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It was my husband’s 50th birthday coming up, and I wanted to do something special for him. I hinted around to him about a few things to see what kind of reaction I was going to get. He sometimes will want a big party with all the bells and whistles, and some years he would rather do nothing at all. I was getting the impression for this one that we were somewhere in the middle of the road. His birthday is in the summer, so an outdoor BBQ sounded perfect for him. We could invite all his friends and their families. We have horseshoes, a swimming pool, and plenty of other things to do. I could do the cooking, just because I love to. And I would plan to ask a few people to bring in some dishes that we could share, sort of like a potluck. I wasn’t going to ask everyone, just those that I knew wouldn’t mind.
One of those people was my sister. She loves to bring food, even if I tell her that we don’t need any. For the birthday party, she brought this amazing buffalo chicken pasta salad that she said she found on Spend With Pennies. The best part was, buffalo chicken anything is the hubby’s favorite, so it was like his very own birthday food.
It went over extremely well with everyone at the party. I told my sis nice work and had her jot down the recipe for me. I’ve made it a bunch of times since then, mainly because my husband keeps asking for it. It pairs up perfectly with all kind of BBQ foods, and all year long.
Recipe courtesy of Spend With Pennies. Photo credits to A Kitchen Hoor’s Adventure.
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