Still a Tiger Fan

I don't know if you follow football or not, but my home state took quite a beating the other night during the National Championship Game. 


I had a great idea for a post on the game, tailgating, and a great dip (courtesy of my friend Nicole, i.e. "The Appetizer Queen" or so I call her). 
But---all that changed with our disappointing loss. 
I will say, though that we did have a 13-1 season---
And even though we did not win the National Championship we still are
Tigers Forever--Geaux LSU!!!


So now on to the party and a great tailgating recipe.
(We still have a chance with our Beloved Saints) 

LSU Tailgating Party
 
We had a great time at work on Monday and all participated in a potluck-tailgating party.  
We had dips and chips, sweets, wings, and pizza.

I must say, though that Tiger Pride was running full force.
I work with 16 other therapists and 2 techs.  I feel very lucky to have such great co-workers.  
We have fun and give great treatment to all of our patients.
(And, look how beautiful they all are--sorry Jeff--and handsome.)








Now, on to the food--
This dip is so good.  It is probably  my husband's favorite.  There are NEVER left overs.


French Loaf Dip
1 8-ounce package cream cheese
1 8-ounce container sour cream
1 can of diced green chilies with juice
1 jar dried beef, chopped
2 cups sharp cheddar cheese
1 french loaf

Allow cream cheese to soften and add all ingredients together.  Mix well.  Hollow out the top of the french loaf and stuff with the mixtureBake at 350 degrees for 1 hour.



Serve with crackers and pieces of toasted bread.



Enjoy and GO SAINTS!!!


2 comments:

  1. Okay Sabrina, the food as usual looks amazing but, I have to say it, Roll Tide. I will say this, I was stunned that the score was what it was. We love Alabama football but LSU had an awesome team this year and I just knew that it would be a fight to the finish. At any rate, I still say that the top two teams played hard and the SEC is still top dog. Oh yes, Go Saints.

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  2. Oh, Sabrina, this just warms my heart...that beautiful sea of purple and gold! We were sooo disappointed with how things ended. BUT, I'm a Tiger fan for life! (I'll have to tell you the story of what I did to my hubby when we beat his alma mater,Ohio State,for the national championship a few years back! It's funny!)

    This recipe sounds delicious! I want to try it this weekend. Thanks for sharing!!

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