The Ultimate Cheeseball

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Everybody ready for some football?  You will be after reading this…or not because you will be too consumed in the rich, creamy flavor of this fan-favorite appetizer that will clear the sidelines and take them straight to your kitchen.  Here is the play-by-play game plan:

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Ingredients:

2 – 8 ounce cream cheese
¼ cup sour cream
1/3 cup parmesan cheese, grated
1 – 2 ½ ounce packed smoked sliced beef, chopped*
2 Tablespoons green onions, chopped
1 teaspoon Horseradish
2-3 Tablespoon parsley, chopped
Italian breadcrumbs

*You can find this in the pre-packaged deli section.

Combine cream cheese and sour cream in a bowl.  Mix well until combined.  Stir in Parmesan cheese, beef, onion and horseradish.  Once mixed, shape the cheese into balls. Depending on your crowd you can make one big one or 2 small ones.  Roll in Italian breadcrumbs.  Wrap the balls in plastic wrap and refrigerate for a couple hours.  For best results, refrigerate overnight.

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When you are ready to serve, remove and place on a platter filled with your favorite crackers.  It doesn’t matter who wins at this point…you are sure to score a touchdown with your guests with this recipe!

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Let’s go for the t.w.o. point conversion….

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Wine Cork Place Card Holders

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Having a dinner party with assigned seating?  Can’t decide on how to display your guests’ name? Well T.W.O. has the perfect solution for you! All those wine corks you are “saving” for a special occasion can finally come in handy.  It’s as easy as one…T.W.O.…three!!

What you will need:

– Name Tags (T.W.O. printed the name tags on Avery template pages)
– Wine Corks
– X-Acto Knife or Swish Army Knife

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Step 1: Design and print out your name tags.

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Step 2: Using your knife, cut a ½ cm deep line into the cork (lengthwise).

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Step 3: Place the name tag in the slit and make sure it’s secured. *

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Voilà!

Now that’s an easy DIY project! Happy designing!!!

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* If the wine cork place card isn’t standing upright, shave the bottom of the cork to create a flatter surface.

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