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There is a waffle shop in downtown Salt Lake that makes the most delicious fries with some amazing dipping sauces. They have this Lemon Dill Aioli that I’ve wanted to recreate but instead of actual russet potatoes I thought I’d use some Sweet Potato Fries from the frozen food aisle at Walmart. Make sure to check out gametimegrub.net for more recipes!
We are huge Rugby fans here in our house and now that Super Rugby is starting this week in New Zealand, we’re all about staying up until 4am and watching the games. We need to feed our appetite and we’re not looking to munch on a salad in the middle of the night. We want something that is going to keep up sustained. We love watching our brother, Malakai Fekitoa scoring tries for whichever team he’s on!
Create this delicious Lemon Dill Aioli and serve it with the vegetables of your choice.
- 1 Cup Mayo
- 2 T Lemon Juice
- 1 T Grated Lemon Rind
- 1 t. Dill Weed
- 1/2 t. Salt
- 1/4 t. Pepper
- 2 cloves grated Garlic
In a small bowl combine all the ingredients and mix well. Keep in the refrigerator until ready to use.
Store in an airtight container for up to a week
This recipe is AWESOME! If you want a little less spice, then use a little less garlic but I think it’s perfect for the sweetness of the Alexia Sweet Potato Fries. All you are going to need to do is mix the ingredients well and serve. When not devouring, make sure you store it in the fridge in an airtight container! I will take your full mouth as a compliment!
Make sure you check out Alexia Foods’ website, Facebook and Pinterest for much more inspiration. It can only go up from here! So tell me, what is your favorite gametime grub?
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This salad is something that we usually serve during the holidays and we usually serve it with white truffle oil for the dressing. Chi Chi Chi, lol! I guess if you don’t watch Real Housewives, you won’t get that reference… Anyhow, I decided to make this Spinach Salad differently since I’m serving it with Marie Callender’s Chicken Pot Pie.
I headed over to Walmart to grab everything I needed. I grabbed the Chicken Pot Pie over in the freezer section by all the other Marie Callender meals, you can learn more about their products here and to get more recipes of theirs, go here! You can also follow them on here for more inspiration, Me – I love a good Marie Callender’s Banana Cream Pie!
For your salad, you’ll also need:
- 1 bag of Spinach
- Cherry Tomatoes
- wedge of Parmesan Cheese
- Pine Nuts
For the Dressing
- 1/4 Cup Lemon Juice
- 1/2 Cup Olive Oil
- Salt and Pepper to taste
Start with making the vinaigrette in the bottom of your bowl. Squeeze about half of the lemon into the bottom of the bowl and while whisking, add the olive oil to get good emulsion, then add your salt and pepper to your liking. I like a wet salad so add or take out however much dressing you’d like at this point.
Add your spinach to the bowl. Shave your parmesan into large pieces and cut your cherry tomatoes in half, next add your desired amount of pine nuts. Toss the salad completely and serve with your pot pies that have been cooked according to the package directions.
I love this salad and the brightness compliments the pot pies really deliciously. The crunch is nice and I love any of Marie Callender’s golden flakey pie crust so I devour that within seconds, basically ignoring any filling until the end!
Tell me, what kind of salad would you want to try with a Marie Callender’s Pot Pie?