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post #1 of 12
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We can't decide what food to have for the Super Bowl. We have too many ideas and none of them are just "the one". I know the wonderful people here will have all kinds of wonderful ideas, so I'd like to know...What are you serving for the Super Bowl? Anything that you remember as fabulous from previous Super Bowls?
post #2 of 12
Same problem here. Husband wants to make a stuffed pizza, but I'm leaning towards nibblers.

- Bacon wrapped, creme cheese stuffed jalepeno's
- Potato skins
- Chips and queso
- and Chili to fill in the blanks

Go Steelers!! My husband's uncle played for them in the late 50's and he lost his wife this week to cancer. The funeral is on Saturday and we want them to win on Sunday to bring him just a little bit of cheer. So if anyone is undecided, cheer them on please!
post #3 of 12
I have a favorite that I got from TV a long time ago from Mr. Food
I can't remember the exact measurements, but I don't think you could mess it up.

Superbowl Meatballs

ground beef, (salt & peppered) rolled into small meatballs

heat in saucepan 1 can of pineapple and 1 cup of salsa on medium heat, add meatballs (raw) and cook over med/low heat stirring occasionally until meatballs are cooked (can't remember how long).

sounds weird I know - but they are yummy!
post #4 of 12
Nibblers are a definite for a super bowl party. I like parties with taco dips, ham or sliced beef sandwiches or subs, chili cheese dip, little smokies in barbeque sauce, meatballs, polish sausage cut up, water chestnuts wrapped in bacon, hot wings, devilled eggs, and of course, shots at every touchdown... Can you tell I'm hungry? Here's my family's favorite nibbler when we get together. It's great for women that love the salty/sweet combo....
1 Package Little Smokies
1 Pillsbury crescent roll dough (the kind you get in the fridge section rolled up in a tube)
1/2 cup chopped pecans
1/2 cup butter
2 TBS honey
3 TBS brown sugar
1 small saucepan
1 9x13 cake pan (This is the best pan to use, so they don't burn)

Preheat oven to 400.
Melt butter, honey and brown sugar in sauce pan on low heat, until brown sugar is totally dissolved.
While melting, unroll crescent dough, cut each triangle of dough into 3 little triangles. They don't have to be perfect, just so each weenie has something to wear Wrap each weenie with a triangle. (For those that remember weiner wraps in grade school with the hot dog wrapped in a crescent roll, it looks like that) You should get 18 wraps per roll.
Mix nuts into butter mixture, stir up and pour into a large cake pan. Place dressed up weenies onto mixture, move them around a little to make sure the stuff sticks to them. Don't put the butter stuff on top though.
Bake at 400 degrees for 15-20 mins on middle rack, until golden brown. The more weenies in the pan close together, the longer you'll have to bake them.
The first time my family made these, the pan was gone in 5 minutes. They continue to be a favorite among my family and friends....
Oh yeah, scoop them out shortly after you get them out of the oven, and put them on a different plate, and scrape the pan free of nuts right away, and put the pan in hot water. If you don't, the sugary mix will harden and it's hard to clean later!
post #5 of 12
ive got a pre order in for sunday afternoon for 40 hot wings from WingStreet, also made a Dilly Ranch dip today that will be eaten with chips, Im probably gonna order a pizza or maybe even some fried crawfish tails. Might even have some boiled shrimp of course with Mountain Dew for hubby and Coke for me.

(this will be the first weekend ive been able to spend with hubby this year (since we moved) so im gonna make up for all the fast food hes had to endure while hes been getting our old house ready for sale)
post #6 of 12
amitya, that sounds like great fun - bet you can't wait to share some time with hubby!

I've never watched the super bowl. Is that where the Janet and Justin incident took place?
post #7 of 12
Originally Posted by WellingtonCats
I've never watched the super bowl. Is that where the Janet and Justin incident took place?

yeah that was last years fiasco or maybe the year before-- lol cant wait to hear what this years will be. lol that and the commercials-- thats the only thing i watch it for.
post #8 of 12
If I were having a superbowl party, I'd do a "chili bar"
Make a big crockpot full of chili, and then have little bowls of some shredded cheese, chopped onions, chopped jalapenos, sour cream, some hot sauces, oyster crackers, tortilla chips, warm corn tortillas...
people can make their own bowls as they please, and it'll stay warm in the crockpot. This, some veggies/dip and maybe some wings and I'd be a happy gal!
post #9 of 12
Its just me as my daughter doesnt like football. Hawaiian Pizza and Taco Pizza, chips and coke. And I cant wait for 1/2 time to see the Rolling Stones.
post #10 of 12
cocktail weenies in bbq..thats it LOL
post #11 of 12
I have to agree wtih the chili thing. I think I would do that with munchies....
post #12 of 12
We co-host a HUGE party for 80 people a couple of towns to our north. There will be stone crabs, shrimp, filet mignon roasts, cuban pork, black beans and rice, sushi, assorted dips, and amazing desserts! This is the 10th year we have been involved with this, and it's the party of the year in our circle of friends. Always a good time!
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