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Monday, January 28, 2013

Tuesday's Table - Superbowl Edition!

Time to fill Tuesday's Table!

Can you believe that it's the end of January already?  And that the Superbowl is next weekend?  And that the Vikings aren't playing in it?  (OK, maybe some of you can believe that last one...)

Even though neither of my teams are playing in this weekend's big game, we'll still be watching and enjoying our own Superbowl festivities.  I haven't finished my menu yet - hopefully we'll have some wonderful links that will help me.  Bring your best party recipes and ideas to share here!

We've had a lot of fun and creative links shared.  This week I chose Linsey from Lille Punkin's Orange Basil Chicken.  This looks so delicious - like a little taste of summer!

Thanks for sharing - grab a button here!

I'll feature my favorite entry from this week on next week's post.  I hope you bring your favorites!

Only a few guidelines:
  • Please share as many links as you like, but only if you haven't shared them here before.  
  • Add a link back to Tuesday's Table (or grab a button above!) so others can join in the fun.  
  • Sign up for my email reminder here.
No other requirements, but visit the other links here, and I'd love for you to follow me too!

And now, for this week's link party!

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  1. Thank you Susan for another party
    I wish you a great day

  2. Susan, thanks for the party. We are having a Super Bowl Party too. I'd love it if you would bring over one of your recipes to the party. We have some great giveaways too.

    Have a SUPER week eventhough your team isn't playing. (Neither is mine!)


  3. Thanks for the invite to link up and thanks for hosting! :)

  4. Thanks so much for visiting Savoring Today and inviting me to share my Hot Artichoke Dip today. :)

  5. Thanks for telling me about your linky party. I linked up one of recipes. I'm a new follower.


  6. Susan, thanks for hosting. I hope you enjoyed the Superbowl. Not being from the US I don't understand it - why don't they touch the ball down when it's a touch down for instance?? Have a great week.