So this episode was about “Games on the Go,” and Jared joked that I should just do Hot Pockets for the recipe. Of course he meant the crappy freezer Hot Pockets that you put in the microwave – you know the ones, they are never fully cooked in the center. Yeah THOSE. Yuck. But, I decided it was still a fun idea. You can make homemade pizza pockets with crescent rolls, and they’re pretty good. I don’t know how “on the go” they are, though you can put them in a container and warm them up for lunch
This week's episode was about dice games and I decided that it would be fun to do more of a "how to" instead of a recipe. I love cheese trays. They make great game night foods! An EPIC cheese tray has more than just cheese and crackers, It comes complete with a good variety of cheese, meat, a few different types of crackers and don't forget a good fig jam.
I love pinwheels. In fact I've shared another pinwheel-style recipe before. They are so easy and they're a fantastic shareable finger food...and these? Well...bacon. Need I say more. What brave adventurers don't want to partake in tasty bacon goodness? (Except maybe vegetarian ones...but in that case...well they can just have drink the mead and toast to your hearty bacony goodness...or not?) But on to the bacony goodness!
It's fun to play games on your lunch hour isn't it? At lunch time, you want to play small games that play in 30 minutes or so and you want a food that you can make quickly and take with you...a nice "on the go" food, right? So, here's a tasty recipe for a Miso Soup you can make at home, but it's got some noodles and extra veggies added in to fill you up and keep you going for the second half of your work day! Enjoy!