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Must Have Super Bowl 52 Party Recipes

ID-10032182On Sunday, February 4th, 2018 is the biggest game of the year for football fans, the Super Bowl. The New England Patriots and the Philadelphia Eagles will play at at U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis, Minnesota. If you cannot be there in person you can enjoy the game on NBC channel (see other options here) and kick off is at 6:30 pm ET.

Where there is a football game there must be great food! For Super Bowl Lll (52) we have searched for the best appetizers, desserts and yummy dishes you can conger up. The first on our list is a long time favorite Buffalo Chicken Wings…

Buffalo Chicken Wings – Make them as mild or hot as you like.

and as long as we are in the neighborhood of hot and spicy food here are a few more dishes…

Lara Spencer’s Slow Cooker Buffalo Chicken Dip (easy and so yummy!)

Buffalo Chicken BitesSweetPeasKitchen.com

Jalapeno Poppers with Blue Cheese and Bacon – easy appetizer!

Sweet Hot Baby Back Ribs

Layered Spicy Black Bean Dip

For those that do not want the hot or spicy foods;

Baked Spinach and Artichoke Dip

Asian Slaw Dogs

Sweet and Sour Meatballs

Slow Cooker Chipotle Pulled Pork with Apple Slaw

Game Day Chili – Sunny Anderson Food Network

Butterfinger Rice Krispie TreatsRecipeGirl.com

Football Cupcakes

Southern Sweet Tea

Enjoy the Super Bowl :}

 

 

 

 

 

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Throw A Get the Winter Chill Off You Chili Party

chili-con-carne-378952_640Here in Florida we’ve been having light winters lately and what comes to mind when the cold air blows is to get in the kitchen and cook up a big pot of Chili. It time to throw a get the chill off of you Chili party and not a bad idea as one of your Superbowl treats to.

Have a fun casual party and follow this to do list to make it easy and organized on you..

Week Before: Pick your day of the party and put your list of guest together and send out the invites with RSVP. Hint: you may want to ask on the invitation if they want a Chili with meat or Vegetarian Style. In this case you will know how much to make of each or one big pot of Beef Chili.

2 Days Before – Once you have your RSVP’s, take inventory of your cooking pots, ladles, bowls and mugs, spoons, napkins. You will need extra bowls for the toppings. Also one to two crock pots will come in handy.

1 Days Before – Head to the grocery store or farmers market for your ingredients. (Recipes below) For Toppings, you can use Sour cream, shredded cheeses like Cheddar, Smoked Cheese, Monterrey Jack, Queso Fresco. You could also chop up a sweet onion and mix with parsley, hot sauce, hot peppers, black and green olives. Pick out what you want and you think your guest will enjoy. You may want to also serve cornbread, tortilla chips or even Fritos.

The day of: For a small group up to 5 people one pot of Chili should be enough. For 6 or more you will need two pots of Chili. Hint: Not everyone likes spicy chili, so you could make it mild and let those who want more spice pick that from the toppings, such as chopped jalepeno peppers, dried red pepper flakes or hot sauce.

Set up your Chili Bar in an area that can handle the space for the bowls, spoons, napkins, toppings and a pot of chili that is easily accessible to your guests.

Place cards with the name of the Chili you are serving in that crock pot, like Beef Chili, Chicken Chili, Vegetarian Chili or even Vegan Chili.

Need a good Chili Recipe? Check out these below.

Beef and Bean Chili – Rachel Ray

Simple Perfect Chili – Ree Drumond

5 Bean Chili – Sandra Lee

Pat Neely’s Famous Beef and Pork Chili Recipe

Chicken Chili – Ina Garten

Dragons Breath Chili – Guy Fieri

Vegetarian Chili Emeril Lagasse

Ultimate Vegan Chili Recipe

Vegan Veggie Loaded Chili

Veg Head 3 Bean Chili – Rachael Ray

Enjoy!

 

 

 

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