Pressure Cooker Game Day Snacks

Chili And BBQ Dishes For THE BIG GAME

Word on the street is that there is some sort of game on this weekend.

Well, I don’t know anything about sports, but I do like to think that I know a thing or two about snacks.

So, for your convenience, I have gathered a few of my game-party friendly recipes in one place!

Is it chili in here?

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What is better than a big pot of chili when some friends come over to watch the game? It is easy to make a big batch, and simple to keep it warm for a long time. You may not believe this, but I just so happen to have a few different recipes for chili, such as my Game Day Chili.

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If you are one that believes chili should not even be sitting next to a bean, you could try my Coney Island Chile. It is just as tasty on its own as it is on hot dogs, burgers, potatoes or anything thing else that you feel is lacking in chili.

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For those of you who are ok with beans in your chili, how about throwing in some corn too, just like in my Everyday Chili?

Or How About Some Pulled Stuff?

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Another crowd-pleaser is pulled pork. And guess what? Coincidentally, I happen to have a recipe for just such a dish. This is a tasty pulled pork with a North Carolina style vinegar-based sauce.

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For something slightly lighter (but just slightly), you could whip up my Pulled Turkey recipe, which has a South Carolina mustard-based sauce.

So take your pick.Chili or BBQ! And enjoy the game, whatever sport it is.

Also coming this weekend, a new recipe for Hainanese chicken.

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