As posted by jcmccall in another forum:
Get some plump jalapenos or your favorite mildly hot peppers and slice gentry down the side leaving the ends intact. Roast them in the oven a bit just to soften them. A little water in the pan in the over or some oil if you pan fry. Stuff in some cheese/salsa mixture (or whatever cheese you like) and add some shredded hot wing pieces. I usually make a mixture of both and add at the same time.
Bread them throughly with a mixture of Bisquick and beer to keep the cheese inside. You can also use a bit of butcher twine or whatever the stuff they sew up poultry with. Deep fry them for about 3-5 minutes or about 30 seconds after they really start to float or the cheese start oozing out. (Remove the twine once they come out if you used it.)
I've also done these with bell peppers and its good.
You will be the man at any tailgate. You can make a deepfryer pretty easily that will work at a tailgate. Get a wide and deep pot and you can find a perforated insert wit ha handle at just about any kitchen store.
It works the best if the canola or vegetable oil isn't virgin, so burn a couple french fries first. A good way to judge the temperature is putting a popcorn seed in the pot to see if it pops.
Go easy as you want to make it through the game without blowing an O-ring.
Cider vinegar sauce on my roasted chicken (or got buy chivettas), but my simple recipe is better.
Olive and pepper infused homemade bread.
Roasted potato strips/wedges bathed in oil and spices.
Teryaki marinated steak tips.
Buffalo Brownie ice cream.
Oven baked, then roasted wings (they fall apart in chickeny goodness.)
Sounds **** good gonna try that one next week too.