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2013/02/03 07:11:16 (permalink)

Super Bowl Party

Hi everyone just wanted to hear what you all will  be making or serving at your super bowl party.  Do you have any menus planned with a theme for your favorite team.  I was thinking of doing crab cakes for the Baltimore Ravens.  Looking forward to hearing from you.
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    agnesrob
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    Re:Super Bowl Party 2013/02/03 08:57:48 (permalink)
    Most weekends I cook like crazy. Sometimes I make up to four entree's to use all week. So today is take out Sunday for us. Pizza, Tacos and chicken nuggets or strips. Since we are not fans of the two teams playing my kids are having a Wii/PS gaming day or a movie marathon, they haven't decided yet. 
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    Re:Super Bowl Party 2013/02/03 10:15:24 (permalink)
    I'm making a few appetizers and maybe some salads.

    Otherwise it's Chicken Holiday & Chinese takeout.
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    Re:Super Bowl Party 2013/02/03 10:27:20 (permalink)
    sounds like a good idea agnes & ccin
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    Re:Super Bowl Party 2013/02/03 12:18:10 (permalink)
    I'm making pizzas.

    I made Kaepernickel bread last week but it is long eaten.
    post edited by Davydd - 2013/02/03 12:19:59
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    ann peeples
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    Re:Super Bowl Party 2013/02/03 12:42:40 (permalink)
    Just a dumb layerd refried hot dip-beans, , taco meat, sour cream, tomatoes, onions, jalapenos black olives and cheddar cheese....served with, obviously, tortilla chips.
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    Re:Super Bowl Party 2013/02/03 12:46:32 (permalink)
    Fresh garlic French Fries, Steak and Cheese sandwiches, Jumbo Hebrew Nationals, Brisket, Chili, Ribs, our homemade chips with Tuna Dip, Yungling !
    Great day to own a Restaurant!
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    Re:Super Bowl Party 2013/02/03 13:31:11 (permalink)
    Going to a party elsewhere, so I made a trifle from chocolate pound cake, chocolate pudding, whipped cream and chocolate cookie crumbs.  I didn't theme it in any way.  I was also planning to make Kaepernickel bread, but ran out of time.  I have all the ingredients for it, though, and am still going to make it, even if late. :)
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    Re:Super Bowl Party 2013/02/03 13:34:20 (permalink)
    OK, I'll bite. What the heck is Kaepernickel bread? I can't even do a Google search for it, as it shows only the results for Pumpernickel bread.
     
    I'm not doing anything for the Superbowl this year, unfortunately. I usually head to my bar for our annual potluck party, but the weather is crap and I can't rely on a taxi, so I'm staying home.
     
    Edit:
    Oh, I think I get it. It *is* pumpernickel bread, just renamed for Kaepernick. Right? 
    post edited by felix4067 - 2013/02/03 13:36:24
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    Re:Super Bowl Party 2013/02/03 13:38:42 (permalink)
    I'm making..........a vodka & tonic.........followed by...a Vodka & Tonic......followed by...well, you get the picture!  To eat, there's is some very thinly sliced (previously cooked) pork tenderloin that will be heated in marsala wine and garlic, drained and served on a Kaiser roll with Mayo and home-made matchstick fries........All that before Game time.  During the Game......the V&T might need refreshing along with my homemade spicy Chex type mix (Cashews and peanuts, Chex of 2 types, Cheerios, Kix, potato sticks, Bugles......red pepper.garlic salt, onion powder, Lawry's, Sriacha, Worcestershire, butter, turmeric)
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    Re:Super Bowl Party 2013/02/03 14:08:00 (permalink)
    felix4067

    Oh, I think I get it. It *is* pumpernickel bread, just renamed for Kaepernick. Right? 
    Correctamundo!
     
    Right now I have 6 beer-brined chicken wings and 5 Klement's beer brats on the grill and they should be done in 5-10 minutes or so.  And in keeping with the program I'm also drinking a beer.
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    Re:Super Bowl Party 2013/02/03 14:13:18 (permalink)
    Hi Ann that dip does not sound so dumb, I forgot about that recipe.  As for you chewingthefat I want to come to your party!  Can I have your tuna dip recipe? 
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    Re:Super Bowl Party 2013/02/03 14:21:36 (permalink)
    You can have my Vodka & Tonic <<< shudder>>>

    Bugles in Chex MIx sounds fun!
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    Re:Super Bowl Party 2013/02/03 14:42:50 (permalink)
    felix4067

    OK, I'll bite. What the heck is Kaepernickel bread? I can't even do a Google search for it, as it shows only the results for Pumpernickel bread.

    I'm not doing anything for the Superbowl this year, unfortunately. I usually head to my bar for our annual potluck party, but the weather is crap and I can't rely on a taxi, so I'm staying home.

    Edit:
    Oh, I think I get it. It *is* pumpernickel bread, just renamed for Kaepernick. Right? 

    Close, but not quite. You have to go here. http://www.roadfood.com/F...ood-m727129.aspx 
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    Re:Super Bowl Party 2013/02/03 15:00:57 (permalink)
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    felix4067

    OK, I'll bite. What the heck is Kaepernickel bread? I can't even do a Google search for it, as it shows only the results for Pumpernickel bread.

    I'm not doing anything for the Superbowl this year, unfortunately. I usually head to my bar for our annual potluck party, but the weather is crap and I can't rely on a taxi, so I'm staying home.

    Edit:
    Oh, I think I get it. It *is* pumpernickel bread, just renamed for Kaepernick. Right? 

    Close, but not quite. You have to go here. http://www.roadfood.com/F...ood-m727129.aspx 

    404 error - file not found
     
    Edit:
    HA! Found it. That does look pretty darn good! 
    post edited by felix4067 - 2013/02/03 15:15:15
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    Re:Super Bowl Party 2013/02/03 15:42:51 (permalink)
    Just made a big container of ceviche with 2 lbs. of fresh red snapper, onion, red bell pepper, garlic, yellow peppers, jalapeños and cilantro. Juice of about 10 limes, 4 lemons, a grapefruit and a navel orange. Salt and pepper too. Now it's resting. Should be ready by the game.The friends that are having the party are having a taco bar and a tequila bar so it should fit right in. Go Niners!
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    Re:Super Bowl Party 2013/02/03 15:48:59 (permalink)
    LAWD!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! You are all too far away....I need a party I can crash!
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    Re:Super Bowl Party 2013/02/03 16:26:23 (permalink)
    We're at Eating Halftime right now with the leftover wings and brats in the fridge for future consumption.  Since the game's still 2 hours away a nap is sounding really good.
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    Re:Super Bowl Party 2013/02/03 16:43:05 (permalink)
    It's a good time to start making Sangria. That way I can have ignore the annoying commercials everyone will have to talk about...or have no memory of them.
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    Re:Super Bowl Party 2013/02/03 17:00:40 (permalink)
    CCinNJ, the fact that I have already seen most of the commercials online is why I'm not watching it. Oh, yeah right, there's that game too!  My kids are playing games using the living room TV so I have The Walking Dead Marathon on my Kindle Fire HD. We had take out pizza, fried calamari from the pizza place, a variety of tacos from Taco Bell and the new nuggets from Burger King. In addition to the Rotel cheese dip and assorted chips I think I'll be ready for bed soon myself!! We have dubbed it Fast Food Sunday!
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    Re:Super Bowl Party 2013/02/03 17:28:13 (permalink)
    Hot Italian Grilling Sausage from Atkins Farms, in South Amherst, Massachusetts
    with ... peppers and onions
    with a few marinaras from Trader Joe's ...
    Mini baguettes
    and some odd new age pasta (quite good actually)
    I'd have used First and Last Tavern sauce if it weren't a potluck elsewhere  ... (that is my secret ingredient when I am serving it at my house).
     
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    Re:Super Bowl Party 2013/02/03 17:56:14 (permalink)
    Not much here, we won't even watch, not football people at all even though long ago the Bears won. We had a party and the Bears won by such a blow out we all got bored, It was so boring we never watched the Super Bowl again. Oh, I forgot, I did get excited when the Saints won. Otherwise football is boring
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    Re:Super Bowl Party 2013/02/03 19:33:36 (permalink)
    Russ Jackson Wing Sauce.
    1 cup of Sriracha Chilli Sauce Medium.  http://thaifooddirect.co....e-medium-hot-345g.html  This is not the stuff in the squeeze bottle.
    1/2 cup Honey
    1/8 c soy sauce
    2 tablespoons black sesame seeds.
    Deep fry wings as usual.
    Place in bowl
    Spoon on sauce.
    Mix and place on cookie sheet. Place in warm oven 250 degrees or so while finishing other wings.....Russ
     
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    Re:Super Bowl Party 2013/02/03 20:49:48 (permalink)
    The Sangria is so strong...I swear it looks like the lights went out.
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    Re:Super Bowl Party 2013/02/04 00:01:55 (permalink)
    The Italian sausage Super Bowl pizza I made got eaten before I got my camera out. We were hungry!


    Satiated, I had time to photograph this pepperoni Super Bowl pizza.

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    Re:Super Bowl Party 2013/02/04 11:42:24 (permalink)
    There were a lot of tasty items on the buffet table where I was, but the highlight for me was when these fresh beignets came out:

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    Re:Super Bowl Party 2013/02/04 11:57:43 (permalink)
    I'd gladly take one right now!!!

    I like the idea of including items from the Superbowl host location.

    Get ready for Italian everything as well as rippers & sliders next year! It'll be in New Jersey.
    post edited by CCinNJ - 2013/02/04 12:00:12
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