Wednesday, February 2, 2011

Forget Snowpocalypse 2011, Let's Talk About Eats for the Super Bowl

The NFL season is at an end; time for Super Bowl weekend.  The Sunday of the Super Bowl is the second largest day for food consumption in the United States; after Thanksgiving Day. With that said, your menu must speak volumes to your guests. The menu can be simple to creative. This year our family decided to do a pitch-in. Pitch-in allows you to have a variety of food and hopefully enough for everyone to enjoy. Super Bowl parties are great when you have a game plan. 

BYOB: Bring Your Own Bowl for dishes that are prepared/served in a bowl.  This is great for salads, soups, chili, nachos dishes, etc.

Pile It On. Make your own Sub Sandwiches. (Meat & Cheese Tray)

Skinny Dip! Make your favorite finger food and dip. (Wings, Cheesesticks, Poppers, & Quesadilla)

Chips & Dip This combo is great having guest make their favorite dip. (Queso dip)

Pizzeria.Whether you make or order Pizza is a party pleaser.

Fire up your barbecue grill and char your favorite foods.

Buffet Style, have your guest bring in their specialty. 

Go to the border; Mexican dishes are fun to create. 

Make a Food Bar from pasta, salads to baked potatoes.

The Crock pot is hot; stuff the pot with your favorite meatballs, link or fondue sauce.


Check out some websites for ideas
Food Safety


1 comment:

  1. Watch SuperBowl 2011 Live Stream Online. Super Bowl XLV will be played on February 6, 2011, will pit the AFC champion Pittsburgh Steelers against the NFC champion Green Bay Packers to decide the NFL champion for the 2010 season


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