Any different recipes for Superbowl

Any different recipes for Superbowl

  • Posted by: Nan
  • January 24, 2014
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pierino January 27, 2014
I have to admit I have zero interest in the Super Bowl---any sporting event which requires all day to complete, especially in a frozen NJ stadium I'm not going to bother with.
However, I do enjoy the Winter Classic in hockey. The first one this year was played in Ann Arbor outdoors between the Red Wings and the Maple Leafs. Coming up next Rangers vs. Islanders at Yankee Stadium. Anyway here's something to take the frost bite off. http://food52.com/recipes/16777-maple-leaf-puck-sandwich
 
Sewassbe January 27, 2014
Last summer I made an amazing chip dip that is actually pretty healthy. Just blend a couple of very ripe avocados, half a white onion, some plain yogurt, a little lemon or lime juice, and salt for a delicious chip dip. It's fantastic with potato chips and is much healthier for you than say, french onion dip.

For Christmas I made lard-roasted potato bites with sour cream malt vinegar sauce with green onions. They were DIVINE, but they don't hold well, so they're best fresh out of the oven.
 
petitbleu January 25, 2014
This year, we're doing Cincinnati Chili and cheese coneys--Cincinnati chili is basically a very meaty (no beans) chili with allspice, clove, cinnamon, red pepper, cumin, and unsweetened chocolate. It is often served over pasta or on hot dogs with grated cheddar and chopped onion (kidney beans are optional but traditional).
 
sexyLAMBCHOPx January 25, 2014
Different from what? What's your usual offerings. I'm planning my appetizer/snack dinner today. Two things will be that buffalo chicken dip (with my own cooked chicken breasts) and buffalo cheese popcorn. We're a buffalo chicken lovin' family on Super Bowl but always add something different. Thinking pork and chicken dumplings. A smorgasbord of mix and match, various ethnicities with no rhyme or reason.
 
sexyLAMBCHOPx January 25, 2014
Just added Tempura battered Dill Pickles with Siracha-Ranch dipping sauce and Boursin-like cheese stuffed sweet red Peppers
 

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kimhw January 24, 2014
My new fad is empanadas. Spicy chicken and cheese, black beans and veggies, wild mushrooms and herbs, buffalo chicken, beef and jalapeño.....
 
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