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Sunday, February 07, 2010

Geux with the fleux


S
uperbowl Sunday is such an American institution and I mean USA when I say "American" in this instance. There is so much hype and build up as to what are the best snacks to serve. Here's what I have to say - do what you want.



We are going to have fresh ground chicken tacos. Fry up the shells, doesnt the oil look so cool in this shot?



Fill with taco goodness.



Killer smoothies made from persimmon, mandarin orange and carambola (star fruit) are so good you actually dont need anything else.



We also have the best turkey in all the land. A nice turkey breast from the lovely people at Shady Brook Farms that has been filleted out and a layer of butter, pumpkin and cranberries and rosemary was spread over it.



It was then rolled back up and roasted covered in a 350 oven




until the internal temperature was 150 thus allowing the residual heat to carry it up to 165.



Sliced it looks so beauticious and delicious.



Served up with a little gravy and butternut squash, this dish has an entire turkey dinner in every single bite. So whatever you do and whatever team you choose I hope your day turns out as good as mine looks like its going to.



Whoops - I forgot to mention the super fudgy rice and soy brownies - vegan all the way!



I also forgot to tell you about the sweet potato and plantain fries.



The fries got served up with a little marinated garlic slices - can I get a "who dat" !

36 comments:

theUngourmet said...

What a fantastic looking meal! I want those tacos!

Ramya Vijaykumar said...

Looks like theres a feast at Christo's place... Love the plantain and potato fries and the smooties definitely after all that food... Tacos look good and so is the oil, kewl oh yeah gotta take a dip there!!! ;)

Dawn said...

Dog high fucking five! seriously this is a spread. you rock man!

Jenn said...

Who dat!!!! Now give me some tacos!!! hehehe...

doggybloggy said...

the un: I wish I had some of your guacamole to go with it

ramya: when there are too many choices its too hard to choose

dawn: holy shit thats a nice high five!

jenn: I wish I could!

Martha's Menagerie said...

Beautiful food porn going on here! Everything looks and sounds wonderful - and the oil does look very cool!
I'm busy with the masses watching the Superbowl this evening. Go Saints! :-)

Chow and Chatter said...

oh wow you did the super bowl in style love it

biz319 said...

Love your stuffed turkey!! And tacos are perfect every day - love the shells!

Marjie said...

We were invited to the Superbowl party next door, but I'm not really up and around since my surgery, so the 3 boys went. We had steak and bread sticks, and the neighbor sent over cake. Worked for me! Happy superbowl sunday; I'm glad it's over.

Nutmeg Nanny said...

Mmmmmm those tacos are calling my name. I need to stop visiting food blogs so late at night...now my stomach is growling...

Do you deliver?

Anette said...

Being the foregner I would be in your country, I don't understand the importance of Super Bowl, but If you don't mind, I'll come for the food and the joy?

Beth said...

God, do you EVER do anything SIMPLE??!!! great photos Dog...as usual. XOXOX

Cynthia said...

Clearly the place to have been yesterday was at your house!

Lea Ann said...

Fantastic! I love SuperBowl Sunday for the food, commercials and even the game! Fun day. That turkey breast looks wonderful, the fries and the tacos....fabulous.

buffalodick said...

Quite a meal! Many diverse choices, all looking good!

Bridgett said...

Those tacos are calling to me, not just for superbowl, but any day! Everything looks stellar.

Michelle Ann said...

It isn't a good idea to read your blog when I am trying to avoid carbs...those fried tortillas are killing me!!!

teresa said...

now that's doing game time right!!

Juliana said...

Doggybloggy, everything looks fabulous...so yummie, carambola? Haven't had this for a while...love it! By the way, I have an award for you, please feel free to stop by and pick it up ;-)

Doc said...

Who Dat!
I want to come over-that looks delish!
-Doc Dat

Mo Diva said...

dog, i shoulda went to your house for the superbowl where I had an unhealthy dose of wings and one too many alcoholic bevvys!

The Duo Dishes said...

Geauxxxx Saints! A good game, lots of good food. Pass those fries!

The Diva on a Diet said...

Who dat say dey gonna make me some tacos? You? Oh, good. They look divine. (As does everything else!)

That shot with the oil is very cool.

5 Star Foodie said...

Wow, that's quite a feast!

Ciao Chow Linda said...

I'm loving that stuffed turkey - very inventive.

A Year on the Grill said...

Plantain fries... Whoop whoop,,, I just discovered these!

Table Talk said...

The Sweet Potato and Plantain Fries have my name all over them...as a side to go with the tacos!

Table Talk said...

The Sweet Potato and Plantain Fries have my name all over them...as a side to go with the tacos!

Cinnamon-Girl♥ said...

What an amazing feast! I really love the turkey breast! But everything has my mouth watering.

ARUNA said...

Everything is so damn tempting......its a gorgeous spread!!!

Joanne said...

This is definitely the most intense superbowl meal I have seen this far. Way better than wings and nachos.

Now the question is. How do I convince my non-pumpkin eating parents that this is how they have to prepare the turkey next Thanksgiving...

Cate O'Malley said...

That's some mighty fine eatin' over there - the fries look fab!

Sippity Sup said...

With food like that I bet nobody was even watching the game! GREG

Angie's Recipes said...

How could you concentrate on watching the game while so much good stuff were served??! The turkey breast with pumpkin puree with cranberries looks the best!

My Carolina Kitchen said...

Your stuffed turkey is gorgeous. And that smoothie with the carambola is a winner.
Sam

starrlife said...

DB- do you put any spices in that pumpkin? The smoothie could work with a bit of vodka too. I want to tell you that we love sweet potato fries of all kinds but the garlic touch is very intriguing!

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