It is almost time for one the biggest food holidays of the year. Okay, this Sunday is not an "official" holiday. But, it ranks in the top 5 for my favorite days to chow down on some grub. Thankfully, the "holiday" follows hunting season, and there is usually a surplus of wild game in the freezer. That is why I like to utilize the wild game and incorporate it into as many dishes as I can for the upcoming football game.

One of the most popular foods for Sunday's game would have to be NACHOS. They are easy to make and can go along way when it comes to feeding party guests. So, reach into your freezer and bust out a package of elk or venison hamburger and get to cooking. We will ad a lot of the same ingredients you are used to seeing in classic nachos. Except, instead of chips, we are tossing down a layer of waffle fries. (Think of it as a big game version of the classic SUPER potato oles from Taco Johns.)

According to Legendary Whitetails, here is what you'll need:


• 12 oz. frozen waffle fries
• 1 lb. ground venison
• 1 taco seasoning packet
• 4 slices bacon
• 2 cups shredded Colby-jack cheese
• 1 cup shredded lettuce
• ¼ cup diced jalapenos
• ¼ cup diced onions
• ¼ cup black olives
• ½ cup diced tomatoes
• Sour cream
• Cholula hot sauce