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.
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