Tag: Super Bowl

Great News! The Bones Were Right!

You can see here that the bones are clearly
indicating the older “Harbaugh” would win.

If you lost money betting on the 49ers because of our
chicken wing bone prediction, I have some really great news for you. Upon
further review, the bones were correct! As you can see from the photo, the
bones actually spelled out an “H” and a “+” symbol; and not an “SF” as we’d
originally thought.

The “H” clearly indicates that a “Harbaugh” was going to be the
winner, which was true, and the “+” revealed it would be older brother, John. So
basically, the problem was that the bones were too accurate.

For future reference, when brothers
are coaching against each other, do
not look for the city! Live and learn.
Our original call was based on looking for a city, or team
mascot; but since football’s collective consciousness was focused on this
historic brother vs. brother coaching battle, we should have calibrated for
that instead. My bad.

Anyway, even though you probably lost your ass because of this
little misinterpretation, I’m sure just knowing that the bones’ streak of
correctly predicting the Super Bowl outcome is still intact makes you feel a
lot better. Plus, you can always bet double next year to make up the
difference. You’re welcome!

Our 2014 Super Bowl Prediction!

Once again, it’s time I let you in on my magical method for picking the Super Bowl winner, using the ancient gypsy art of Buffalo chicken wing bone reading. I can’t tell you how I learned to do this, or why anyone in their right mind would take it seriously, but what I can tell you is this… the Seattle Seahawks will beat the Denver Broncos. Guaranteed. It’s a lock. Bet the kids’ college fund.

In the spirit of full disclosure, I should mention that I’m partnered with Allrecipes.com, which is based in Seattle, and run by fanatical Seahawks fans. So, a cynic might say this pick was made to simply keep the corporate overlords happy. Well, if that were the case, why would I even mention it, and raise suspicions? Maybe you think this is some sort of vague, cryptic message telling you to actually bet on the Broncos? Well, that’s just ridiculous.

Anyway, good luck, and I’ll apologize in advance for bumping you up into a higher tax bracket after you collect your winning. You’re welcome, kids. Enjoy!

Potato & Chorizo Mini Quiches – One Last Super Bite for Your Super Bowl

To all of you that have been requesting mini-cupcake videos:
this mini quiche recipe may be as close as I get. I’m sorry, but it’s hard for
me to get excited about buttercream when I have chorizo, potato and manchego in
the house. Okay, one’s a sweet treat and other is a savory snack, so it’s not a
fair comparison, but on the bright side, this intro paragraph is done.

This little baked bite is very loosely based on the Spanish
Tortilla, and not only is it dead simple to make, but the versatility of the
technique allows this to be adapted to any occasion. From ruckus Super Bowl
celebration to black tie Oscar party, these mini quiches will always be a

I’d almost be insulted if you didn’t make changes to the
ingredients to tailor this to your tastes, but I do recommend that little dab
of aioli on the top. I spiked a classic, garlicky aioli with some smoked
paprika and chive, and it really made these treats even more special.  I hope you give them a try soon. Enjoy!

Ingredients for 24 Mini Quiche:
4 oz Spanish chorizo sausage, small dice
2 tsp olive oil
1 russet potato, small dice
salt and pepper to taste
vegetable spray, as needed
8 large eggs, beaten with pinch of cayenne and 1/2 tsp salt
(Note: there are 10 eggs shown in the video, but it made too
much, so I cut down to 8)
about 2/3 cup grated manchego or cheddar cheese
garlic aioli and chive to garnish

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