Tuesday, January 22, 2013

Time to Think Superbowl Party Again

It's coming again and soon.  The "Superbowl" is almost here.  That usually means party time for many around the world (not just the USA).  If you are hosting a SB party, you need to get planning if you haven't already.

If you are going to someone's home for the SB party, give thought to what you (and the host) would like to share in the way of food, snacks, sweets and beverages this year.  If you have a dish you're known for or everyone is  dying for you to make some specialty, by all means do it.

I have 2 new recipes this week to consider for your SB party.  The first is a "Roasted Red Pepper & Artichoke Dip" and uses crackers and/or veggies to dip with.  The 2nd recipe is for "Nora's (with Mother's Help) Taco Chili" and it is easy and tasty.

Nora taking a break from the blog
Just as a reminder, Nora is my seven (going on 8) month old prodigy granddaughter.  She tried to do the whole recipe by herself but realized she needed a little assistance from her mommy.  She is an amazing little girl and has been "High 5ing" me about the upcoming Superbowl game.  Her grandmother is working on making her a Green Bay Packer fan even though she lives in Minnesota.  Grandma is originally from Wisconsin.

Besides these 2 new recipes for the blog, I have many previous blog recipes that you might want to consider for your SB party.  Below are the links to these great recipes.  Be sure to check them out.

I'll start with beverages.  Here are 4 punches to consider, Bloody Mary's (V), Gina's Super Bowl Punch (V), Rum Party Punch (V) and Vodka Party Punch (V).

Next let's look at dips and other such snacks, Bruschetta with Tomato & Basil (V), Guacamole (Villa del Arco) (V), Matt's Hot Artichoke Dip (V), Olive Bits (V), 

Party Shrimp Dip and Tomato Corn Salsa (V).

For sweets check out these treats, Caramel Pecan Dream Bars (V), Easy Cheesecake Recipe (V) and Fran’s Bars (V). 

Lastly, here are a couple of entree type items you might want to try at your party, Crab Casserole (My Favorite) and Pulled Pork.  And I almost forgot.  What is football without some kind of chicken wing dish.  So here are 2 recipes, Grilled Chicken Wings and Grilled BBQ Chicken.

I hope this will help everyone with enjoying this year's Superbowl.  May your favorite team be playing and win.  If not, just enjoy the food and drink and "Happy Cooking."

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