College Game Day Irish Nachos

We love our Saturday football here in the Jones home.

Really love it.

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In fact last weekend we somehow managed to watched three football games and a NASCAR race simultaneously because all of our teams were playing at the same time!

{And NASCAR really needs to stick to Sunday racing.}

This has been our Saturdays (with the exception of wrestling tourney weekends) for 22 years now, and we are quite content watching our Georgia Bulldogs, Navy Midshipmen, Auburn Tigers (Bradley’s team) or the Carolina Gamecocks (MacKenzie is a Gamecock student) each weekend hoping for a win. Although, if you truly follow football, you can very much tell we are a serious house divided from time to time.

During football season food choices always seem to be a little different. Instead of a huge meal and a couple of smaller meals or a really late breakfast followed much later by supper, we snack.

All day long.

I try to keep healthy options available, but every once in awhile I go off the deep end and fix something not so healthy.

Take for instance these game day Irish Nachos.

Irish Nachos

These were perfect as we watched our Bulldogs squeak by the Notre Dame Irish last weekend for what was celebrated as a huge win!

The ingredients for this dish are so simple: deli corned beef and pastrami, sauerkraut, waffle fries, lots of cheese, and 1000 Island dressing.

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You layer up all the goodness and bake until nice and bubbly, leaving a flavorful dish that you will want to eat in one sitting!

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FYI, you have to eat this dish HOT, and it’s not the best reheated, so don’t make more than you’ll eat in one sitting!

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Click here for the full printable recipe for Irish Nachos.

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Have a fabulous weekend, Enjoy and Go Dawgs!!

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