Anything fun? I'm making tempura-battered fried pickle spears with a siracha ranch dipping sauce, chili (recipe on this site) for certain. Only 2 of us this year. Dessert I'll pick up.
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Beef fajitas, a nacho recipe from Food and Wine, Budin de Maiz con Rajas y Queso, (cornbread with roasted peppers) from Gran Cocina Latina, my own ceviche recipe and blood orange margaritas. I don't even like football but I can't wait to eat my menu!
I'm holding back because we're having people bring stuff but....I'm going retro! Pigs in a blanket, cold vegetable pizza on croissants, Pioneer woman's, "knock you naked," brownies. :-) I might make some orange simple syrup so I can have minty orange gimlets.
retro is my fave. im going to buy some pigs in a blanket. long day of TV watching (puppy & kitty bowl, football & downtown abbey!)
I am making these.
Have you made those before, Regine? They look delicious!
It's just 2 of us so I'm sure we are going to have way to much food, but I'm making chicken wings with blue cheese dip, sweet potato waffle fry black bean nachos, and veggies and greek yogurt dill dip. I was going to make hummus pizza but I decided that would definitely be too much.
Oh, and kettle corn.
I have a feeling we'll do 7-Layer Dip, but with nice ingredients--maybe real crema instead of sour cream, homemade refried beans, etc. So delicious. We're not really in it for the football. It's definitely an excuse to eat wings and nachos.
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Not quite sure what we're having yet but I'm thinking of this Poor Man's Shrimp Cocktail which I've made before and is genius!
Baked potato chips with chive dip! Easy to make and serves a crowd. http://www.healthline.com/health-recipes/baked-potato-chips-chive-dip
Chili !Making it today (Thursday ) so it be perfect on Sunday
We're having some version of "Frito Chili pie". Not my ideal, but the crowd rules! For a sweet, I'll make the call on Ambrosia. Maybe some orange sherbet mimosa's. Toasted nut mix, probably David Lebovitz's version.
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Lentil soup - this one, kept warm in the crock pot https://food52.com/recipes... -- Tartine Bread Country Bread and Polenta Bread boules, made by me, on cutting board with plenty of good Irish butter, carrot and beet salad, two different traybakes for dessert (easy to eat!), with my quince, lemon and brandy sauce (recipe posted here) in a pitcher on the side (okay, makes it less easy to eat, but who's complaining), big bowl of mandarines, clementines and tangelos. Cheese board with pears + fruit knives and a variety of chutneys. Lavash crackers (my recipe, posted here) + Genius hummus as well. The usual beverages. (Not your usual Super Bowl food selections, but it's what my people like!) ;o)
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It all sounds good, but best of all is the quince, lemon and brandy sauce....mmmm
Oh AJ, I'm swooning!!
New England Clam Dip, New England Lobster Salad, Seattle Salmon Spread
Oh...and two more:
Spanakopita Triangles which I can prepare in advance. Goat Cheese Filled Pancetta Cups.
yum, i make pancetta crisps with goat cheese and sprinkled with thyme. i think its a bon appetite recipe.