This is primarily a Tulane football blog, although I do occasionally comment on all matters Tulane that may or may not be any of my business. I love following Tulane Greenwave football, zing-zang Bloody Marys, hostessing cute tailgating parties, and life in New Orleans. It's fabulous. oh and I adore Mr. Hullabaloo. PS This blog is not affiliated in any way "officially" with Tulane University or Tulane Athletics. It is purely the crazy antics and obsessions of Mr. and Mrs. Hullabaloo who love them some greenwave (I say tee-ay (!) y'all).

Thursday, December 24, 2009

All I Want For Christmas

What I wouldn't have given for this to have stayed true..

But I'll settle for this FABULOUS card from #93 Logan Kelley's family.

Logan was an AWESOME Tulane athlete! Tulane Nation was so unbelievably fortunate to have Logan commit to play football with the Greenwave following the Katrina season. Logan and his amazing, wonderful family bled Olive and Blue. We are so proud Logan is graduating and future Greenies know that you have ENORMOUS shoes to fill as Logan moves on.

Remember the '07 game in the dome against U-BR? Logan sacked Matt Flynn for a safety and set up a 9-7 lead. OMG (!). The entire Greenwave Nation went absolutely bezerk. And on the next play if they could not have gotten anymore crazy, Andre Anderson runs in a touchdown and all of the classy Baton Rouge citizenry tossed their beer stadium cups at him. It was GREAT!

And then totally completely caught by surprise, Mrs. Hullabaloo expressly received this submission for the Hullabaloo Huddle this holiday season ~ a tailgating recipe from a fellow Hullabaloo-ette, Natalie who notes that she does not actually cook this herself. But has enjoyed this delightful football treat immensely and feels it should be a staple in the virtual Tulane Greenwave Nation tailgating cookbook. Natalie and Mrs. Hullabaloo at the Liberty Bowl in 1998.

1 box Jiffy cornbread mix
3 eggs beaten
1 stick of melted butter (mmmm)
1 cup chopped green onions (yes!)
1 cup chopped onions
1 can Rotel drained (so easy!)
1 cup (8oz.) grated Colby cheese (to die for!)
1 bag frozen cooked crawfish with le jus

Mix everything, give it a whirl with your spoon, and then lovingly pour into a greased 9 x 13 pan. Make sure to scrape every last bit out. Bake at 350 for 40 to 50 minutes (or until you can no longer stand it). Cut into brownie-sized pieces and serve warm. Or set some aside to share with others.

Mazel Tov Greenwave Nation!

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