Food for game night!

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by: Lauren Mc Comb | 14 Jun 2010

Well done to our Bafana Bafana men! We kicked, we screamed, we cheered and went crazyyy!
Friday's South Africa vs Mexico game went down in history, and Food24 gives a vuvu shout out for a game well played!

Food24 definitely put those party menus to use, a shot of tequila or three topped with a castle lager to wash down the oh so cheesy quesadillas and tortillas made a truly Bafana Mexicana party come to life!

On Saturday night World Cup fever was running high and with a room full of hot-blooded English supporters and USA fans hollering at the flat screen tv, it was good ol' greasy Southern fried chicken pieces and packets of crisps that saved pitchers of lager being thrown into our diy goal nets!

Up coming games:

This week sees us rolling our own sushi and devouring those spectacular prawn and veggie tempuras, and the Italian stallions driving us into a wild pasta, pizza frenzy tonight!

Tuesday afternoon is a beeg one! We'll be seeing the drool-licious Portuguese team strutting their stuff with the perfectly chiseled Ivory Coast team at the Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium. With all the eye candy going on, best to prepare your garlic popping Prego rolls and tantalizing spiced prawn dishes, so that all you need to do is sit, relax and take in the view...

The too-hot-to-handle Brazilian team kick it off Tuesday night, with the ass-kicking Koreans hot on their heels. You're definitely going to need a cool Caipirinha with this fiery combination.

Wednesday sees us filling our platters to the brim, with so much ogling going on these party menus will give you the added boost to see you through. Chile, Spain, Switzerland and South Africa are set to rumble on and off the fields and food24 is at the ready.

Whip out your gourmet cooking utensils, this weeks party menu's are kicking!

- LaurenMcComb

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