Golf-y Recipes to Make at Home
We are all stuck at home, but that doesn't mean we can't get a "taste of the links" from the comfort of our kitchens at home.
While some stores might be out of canned-soup, toilet paper, and hand sanitizer, we're pretty sure you can find all the ingredients you need to make the recipes below. Sure, it won't replace having a cold beverage with your friends in the 19th hole, or a watching the TOUR on Sundays, but perhaps it'll help you get a taste of links and keep you sane for the next few weeks.
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Pimento Cheese Sandwich
We all know a particular club in Georgia that hosts a particular event each April has made this southern-staple famous. The recipe is pretty simple to follow and calls for white-bread. If you want to make the sandwich your own, try adding a little cayenne to the recipe and serve on lightly toasted sourdough or marbled rye. Yum!
We all are a little less inclined to chase urethane golf balls around the course, but that doesn't mean we can't enjoy an edible variety. Here we have two versions - a sweet peanut-butter chocolate treat, and a savory, cheesy fritter with hot-pepper jelly.
An excellent recipe for a healthy smoothie packed with fruits and veggies. It's sure to give your immune system a boost right now. Once we all get back on the links, it's a fantastic pre-round performance enhancer. It'll be the fuel your body needs to keep you going on the back nine.
A ribeye's shaped sort of like a putting green, and once you cover it with fresh chimichurri, there is a passing resemblance to the real thing. Okay, this one might be a stretch, but we needed to get an entree on the list, and this one is amazing.
Across the country, spring is springing. This refreshing cocktail is perfect for sipping on a warm afternoon, whether there is golf to watch or not.
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