Skip to comments.So, what are YOU serving at your Super Bowl party?
Posted on 02/04/2012 10:54:21 AM PST by Pharmboy
Sitting here now smoking a pork shoulder...not exactly a NY dish, but I'm in MD now and have Virginians coming, so they get it. Son-in-law bringing Boston Baked Beans for the Pats symbol; also, my beautiful wife making pizza appetizers using sliced-in-half pita bread and fontina cheese. Veggies and dip, chips and dip (crab dip for MD), mac and cheese coming, potato salad and cole slaw for pulled pork. Also, Kosher hot dogs for friend who won't eat the pork...plus sauerkraut and fried onions to go with the dogs.
We are all Giants fans...so GO BLUE! We always have LaBatt's Blue at our tailgates in Jersey, so we have that ready too.
Wow...that sounds REALLY interesting. Bourbon-basted smoked lox...my next project in the smoker. What kind of wood chips do you use?
Bourbon cocktail franks, wings in some insanely hot sauce, a meat lasagna, a spinach lasagna, salad, garlic bread and lots of beer.
I put a rub on them overnight. Then I wrap them tightly in foil and pop them in the oven on a baking sheet at 325 for about 2 1/2 - 3 hrs. I then unwrap them and brush them generously with Sweet Baby Ray’s and back into the oven for another 10 min. or so. They are SO good!
I’m not having a superbowl party. The last time I went to a superbowl party was in Germany in 1986, when we had one in the officer’s club. I won’t even be watching the superbowel Sunday night.
1 large crock pot
2 large bags italian meatballs
2 16 oz jars smuckers grape jelly
2 16 oz jars ragu spag sause
Mix all in crock pot and let slow simmer all day till gametime
2 cans skyline chili
2 16oz tubs sour cream
2 medium onions diced fine
2 24 oz packages shredded cheddar cheese
Use a 9 1/2 x 17 cake pan make a layer of chili a layer of onions a layer of sour cream and a layer of cheese bake in a preheated oven for 25 minutes at 350 degrees or until cheese is super melty but not burnt times may very
Serve with tortilla chip or super fritos chips
I hate football but i love to eat !
My contribution to the party we are attending is some of my cuz’s pear, apple, and muscadine wine vintage 2009.
This falcon fan is pulling for Big Blue.
Nice! NFC sticks together...
So, we're having taco chips, bean dip and guacamole, and getting burrito bols from Chipotle. Assorted adult beverages to wash it all down. Very little prep and almost no cleanup.
And we're switching channels during the Madonna performance.
It’s always handy to have some crow on-hand for the post-game snack....
I hope you get better...
Family get-together with fresh Florida stone crab claws and butter and grilled steak. Probably have a few dips in the mix for later in the evening.
No theme. My husband is planning to smoke some ribs and make some appetizers, one of which will (I hope) be shrimp gyoza, with a soy sauce, hot oil, ginger and chives dipping sauce. It all depends on what he feels like cooking tomorrow. I’m going to be a nervous wreck.
Chinese Vinegar Splashed Meatballs, and Parmesan Dijon Wings. And maybe some Chinese Lemon Baked Wings. And all for me. I’m not sharing — especially with ‘pate’ fans. (and I’m originally from Mass.)
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