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Chicken Salad Ambrosia
As long as man has enjoyed sporting events, tailgating has been a part of it. Mostly associated today with football games and fall auto racing, “tailgating” goes back to the days of the Roman Coliseum and the jousting tournaments of the Middle Ages. Sports always seemed to spur the appetite.
Tailgate parties can be as elaborate as a picnic of pate, caviar and cheeses, or as simple as fried chicken, slaw and baked beans.
These two recipes, one is for salad, the other is enough to make several sandwiches, can be eaten with either bread or crackers.
4 cups diced white meat chicken cut in 1/2 inch cubes
4 cups diced celery cut in 1/2 inch cubes
30 large seedless grapes
1 cup walnut pieces, chopped
2 cups mayonnaise
Mix well in a large bowl and chill.
Pulled Pork Barbecue
8 cups of pulled pork, either smoked loin or butt. Use either your favorite store barbecue sauce or the recipe below.
North Carolina Barbecue Sauce
2 cups white vinegar
2 cups red wine vinegar
4 cups water
2 cups brown sugar
1/2 bottle Louisiana hot sauce
2 teaspoon cayenne pepper
2 teaspoon salt
3 teaspoon black pepper
Heat the sauce, stirring continuously until all ingredients are blended well. Place in condiment bottles or catsup squirt bottles and store in refrigerator.
For an individual touch, you can add various mild or hot condiments