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Create delicious and easy gourmet recipes at home with Chef Billy Parisi. From classic side dishes to holiday entrées, discover a gourmet recipe today.

Poutine Recipe with Sausage and Pepper Jack Cheese

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It’s pretty much a given that every weekend I’m watching football and with this Poutine Recipe with Sausage and Pepper Jack Cheese it’s even better.  In fact, I even get sad after the opening weekend because that means I’m one week closer to the season being over, ridiculous, I know… But never-the-less the greatest weekend in all of sports is upon us which means it’s time to pull out the big guns in the food department.     I’m a huge fan of cooking with sausage and not just because I’m Italian.  There are so many delicious sausages out there,…

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Oatmeal 9 Ways

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Lately it’s been a challenge to get my daughter to eat something for breakfast that isn’t completely loaded with sugar or sustenance, so this Oatmeal 9 Ways  should help spur some interest.  While fruit by itself is great, it’s not enough to sustain a day of running around.  In fact, this goes further then just feeding my daughter it’s also for myself.  I do a really poor job of eating in the mornings so with this Oatmeal 9 Ways I wanted to have plenty of options for myself as well as give you a few ideas to marinate on. It…

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Football Cheese Ball

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There are a ton of variations for cheeseballs, but this Football Cheese Ball is loaded with flavor! Simply combine together some softened cream cheese, 1 can of strained RO*TEL, sliced green onions, drained black beans and some shredded Colby Jack Cheese! Next form it into the shape of a football.  For more spicy flavor I coated the outside in some diced Chorizo salami, which is amazing by the way! Lastly use some string cheese to make the laces and serve it up with some crackers! Save Print Football Cheese Ball Author: Chef Billy Parisi Recipe type: appetizer   Change up your classic cheese ball…

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Football BBQ Chicken Dip

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Man am I a huge fan of dips and this Football BBQ Chicken Dip is soo cool and so dang delicious!    This has to be one of the easiest dip recipes ever.  Start by shredding a rotisserie chicken and add it to a slow cooker along with some cream cheese and this simple homemade BBQ Sauce.  Put it on high for 30 minutes and then simply mix everything together.  From there, cut a hole in the center of a football shaped bread loaf, there are plenty at your local grocery store, and stuff it up with the shredded chicken mixture,…

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Twice Baked Potato Footballs

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Think of all the goodness that goes into a twice baked potato and then topped off with bacon and queso dip!  This is what these Twice Baked Potato Footballs are all about!    Start by boiling the fingerling potatoes, cutting them in half and scooping out the inside.  Mash the potatoes with a little butter, salt and pepper.  Next, make the queso by heating up a can of strained RO*TEL, cheese and crispy bacon.    From there, stuff the fingerling potatoes shells back up with the mashed potatoes and then brush them with butter.  Place the pan under the broiler so…

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Football Meatloaf with Sweet Tomato Glaze

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This Football Meatloaf with Sweet Tomato Glaze is absolutely amazing.  It’s easy to make, loaded with flavor, and will look awesome at your next football party! It’s a very simple meatloaf recipe that is formed into the shape of a football and then glazed with the delicious tomato glaze and topped off with long strings of Colby Jack cheese to act as the football laces. From there just simply bake it!  It’s actually easy to transport after that but in case you are too nervous, feel free to serve it right on the sheet pan. Lastly, top off with some sliced…

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Football Pizza Pockets

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Get ready for the big game with these awesome homemade Football Pizza Pockets!    Start by making a homemade tomato sauce, which is incredibly easy and then roll out some pie dough, slice it with a knife in the shape of footballs and stuff away! Place in a small amount of the cooled tomato sauce, some shredded mozzarella cheese, and the toppings are up to you.  I used pepperoni and cooked Italian sausage.  Brush around the toppings with a simple egg wash, place down another sliced piece of pie dough and press down around the outside using a fork.  Lastly, brush…

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