Well if you you’re able to get to the 21A out here in San Francisco and can join us to for today’s big game you’re in for a treat as it’s Strong Beer Month. But, if you can’t make out here and you happen to be in an area where you can find our beer I would suggest a Bitter American. It’s the perfect beer to drink while you are watching today’s game and when your team is not on the field. It’s also a mere 4.4% abv and won’t fill you up. I like to call it an IPA session beer. Ok, enough of plugging the beer. When I was a kid growing up, my Mom would make Super Nachos, the ultimate Super Bowl dip. Give it a try as it’s simple and perfect with Bitter American, yes another plug. Enjoy and I hope your team wins today. Don’t be bitter, drink a craft beer. 

Barbara O’s Super Nachos

1/2 lb of each lean ground beef and chorizo sausage casings removed (hint to help break up the meat mixture add a “glug”or beer and drink the rest).

1 large onion chopped
1 or 2 cans refried beans

Salt and liquid hot pepper (i.e. tabasco) to taste.

1 can (4oz.) whole green chilies chopped
2-3 cups shredded jack or mild cheddar cheese
3/4 cup taco sauce (green or red)

Salt and liquid hot pepper (i.e. tabasco) to taste.


8 cups corn tortilla chips


Crumble the meat in a frying pan. Add onion and cook on high heat until lightly browned then drain fat. Season with salt and liquid pepper seasoning.
Presentation: Spread beans in a shallow 10 x 15 inch oval or rectangle pan and it must be oven proof. Then top with meat mixture, cover with cheese and drizzle with taco sauce.
Cover and chill if made in advance.
Bake uncovered in a 400 degree oven for 20-25 minutes. until very hot through out.

Makes 10-12 appetizer servings

Enjoy,

-Shaun O’s Mom :)

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