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Golf's greatest tradition is finally upon us! Usually we've had a chance to hit the course a few times prior and get pumped up for Masters weekend, but this year Mother Nature decided to remind us that we live in Minnesota, not Georgia, and dumped 6+ inches of snow on us yesterday. I'm now borderline considering moving.
Considering that I'm still very much in my winter hibernation mode, I've had plenty of time to ponder what I'll be serving up for our Masters party on Sunday. This year it's all about Augusta National staples. It may cost a fortune to get into the event, but once in, you can enjoy Masters food at old school low prices (think $1.50 for a pimento cheese sandwich and $3 for a Bar-B-Que sandwich). While the 2017 Party Plan was full of great eats, it didn't quite get me as jacked up for a weekend of golf's greatest tradition as having a simple pimento cheese sandwich at Deer Run. Thus, we're bringing it this year with pimento cheese three ways.
In addition to pimento cheese three ways, we're serving up Bar-B-Que pulled pork sliders, potato chips, fresh fruit and Georgia Peach ice cream sandwiches - all of which you'll find on the Masters concessions menu. We're also doing crock pot parmesan ranch mushrooms. Although they aren't a Masters tradition, they are a great party food and, well... #vegetables (well kind of).
Masters Sunday Party Menu
Pimento Cheese 3 Ways
Pimento Cheese Sandwiches
These are an Augusta staple. You can't have a Masters party without them. Hell, I can hardly play a round of golf without one now. Make up a batch of our pimento cheese or the Golf.com copycat Augusta pimento cheese, chill until ready to serve and then slather on white bread and chow down.
Pimento Cheese Deviled Eggs
Get our recipe for these delicious snacks here.
Pimento Cheese as a dip with crackers and baby carrots
Make a giant batch of pimento cheese to use for the sandwiches and deviled eggs. Use the leftovers to serve up as a dip alongside crackers and baby carrots/veggies of choice.
We're doing pulled pork sliders. Using Gordon Ramsay's rub, we're throwing pork butt in the slow cooker and serving it shredded on Hawaiian Rolls. Set out your favorite barbecue sauce for those that want a little extra something. My go-to is Stubb's Legendary Bar-B-Q Sauce (affil.). Serve with a side salad for those who need some greens in their life.
Feel free to make your own but really, why? Just pick up the Lay's variety pack (affil.) and please everyone.
Georgia Peach Ice Cream Sandwiches
Sandwich some peach ice cream in between two sugar cookies. Wrap in plastic wrap and freeze until ready to serve.
Crock Pot Parmesan Ranch Mushrooms
We're trying out Genius Kitchen's recipe for this tasty little party food. Not an Augusta staple, but I felt it balanced out all the other cheese/dairy intense menu items.
What are your favorite Masters foods? Did we miss a must-have? Let us know in the comments below or on social (links below). Happy golfing!