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Every time I host a Super Bowl party, I end up so exhausted.
After not watching the game because there were so many things keep up with and attend to, I always tell my husband this is the last year I host it. Well, year after year, the Super bowl comes around and I fall into the trap once again of hosting. I cannot help it, I love to cook the food! Sure, I would like to watch the game, too, but just doing the cooking is more than fine by me when I really think about it.
Well, I signed up to host the 2017 Super bowl party and I could not be more excited. I am mentally preparing myself for not watching ANY of the game, so if I get to watch any little piece, I am happy and satisfied. Now comes the fun part: deciding what to serve.
I have a Pinterest board full of recipes, but I have to narrow it down and this one made the cut! It is full of all types of cheeses, Thousand Island dressing, some corned beef and then I like to top it with bacon. What could be better than that?!
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Quick Tip: Leave this in the crock pot to stay warm.