Are you ready for some football?

13 Sep

I am.  Fall is here.  An overcast, cool, damp day.  9ers winning on the TV.  A beautiful, beautiful day.

Ruthie took this pic with my iPhone!

But, my day took an unpleasant turn when I put out a call for favorite football munchies and got answers like “pb sandwich,” “delivery pizza,” and “takeout.”  Sigh.

So, I’m starting a new Sunday Tradition here . . . Football Muchie Sundays.

Here is my first recipe. My mom invented this recipe and it’s utterly easy and absolutely delish.  Can’t miss!  Feel free to play with the ingredients.

Wings a la Lee


  • 1 jar Sharwood Mango Chutney
  • 1 bottle bbq sauce (I like Guinness by Bulls Eye)
  • 1 package frozen (or fresh) drumettes (or wing pieces)


  1. Preheat oven to 400F
  2. Spray large jellyroll pan with no-stick spray
  3. In a big plastic bag (possibly the one the wings came in), pour in the chutney and bbq sauce.
  4. Seal the bag and mix the wings around to coat thoroughly with the sauce.
  5. Dump out on the pan and spread out so they are in a single layer.
  6. Bake in oven around 30 minutes (less if frozen) until heated through and getting a bit brown and crispy.
  7. Let cool and enjoy!  Great with a light , flavorful lager.

May the best team win!  At least you’ll enjoy the game more with great munchies like this!


2 Responses to “Are you ready for some football?”

  1. John 13 September, 2009 at 5:10 pm #

    That looks tasty.

  2. KGMom 13 September, 2009 at 5:28 pm #

    I love autumn.
    I love football.
    I love chicken.
    Gee-thanks for reminding me of all these things I love.

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