Edit: Cobb's was in 2012.
Our own Recruiting guru says no chance on Moses...
(unless you're a 36-year-old factory worker with three children that swears this next rap mixtape will make the Billboard Top 40)
It's not surprising, actually. I heard there were some awkward moments at the sleepover...
Where does Les Miles land next?
Hard to pick Sparty to beat anyone after that beat down from the Badgers.
Michigan's D is legitimate but they'll tire out just like the rest because our D/secondary will have them on the field for 70% of the game. Plus, I'm predicting Nov. 26 as the day Dontre locks up a certain piece of hardware. #Dontre4Heisman
right on Lane Ave directly across the street from St. John Arena in the Stop n Shop parking lot.
Can I park at your house?
West Virginia.... Come for the women, Stay for the career opportunities.
I'm with BCarp. Bring on the purple drank!
My settlement was only $17, but I feel like I accomplished something.
I scoff at your Nasty Light....get drunk the right way! - 19 year old RT
They really are, though somewhat tedious.
Would be great to pair w/my bacon wrapped smokies (since bacon doesn't typically come in 6-8 slice packages).
I may have had something to do with that... You asked the mods to slap you if the thread was a dup, I 1st posted:
You could always trim the beans to make the bundle bite-sized, but I go with the two bite approach.
Bite 1 takes the 1st half of beans to the mid-point of the bacon. Leave the back half of the bacon to hold the bundle together for the second bite.
These make great finger food for gameday:
Bacon Wrapped Green Bean Bundles
6-8 thick bacon slices
6 Tbs. (3/4 stick) unsalted butter, melted
1 1/2 tsp. kosher salt
3/4 tsp. roasted garlic powder
1 1/2 lb. green beans, trimmed and blanched
1/4 cup firmly packed light brown sugar
Preheat an oven to 350°F. Line a baking sheet with parchment.
Pre-cook the bacon in a skillet/sautee pan for 4-6 minutes (Total). You don't want the bacon to be fully cooked at this point, just browned a little on the edges but still pliable. Remove bacon from heat and transfer to a paper-towel lined plate to cool. Cut bacon in half crosswise.
Divide the green beans into 12-16 portions (to match available bacon), about 6 beans each. Gather each portion into a neat bunch and wrap a half slice of bacon around the center to hold the beans together. Place the bundles on the prepared baking sheet with the loose ends of the bacon underneath. Sprinkle the brown sugar evenly over the bundles and drizzle with the butter mixture.
Put in the preheated oven for 20 to 25 minutes. Let stand for 3 to 5 minutes. Transfer the green bean bundles to a warmed platter and serve immediately.