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Thread: What is everyone making for Super Bowl goodies?

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    Super Member mamaw's Avatar
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    Wondering what everyone is serving for the Super Bowl.
    I am planning on finger foods and hoping to get some great ideas from you.

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    I've had a request for a taco bar......

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    I saw a couple threads on this you might do a search. I am planning on sewing. No one but me and the cat here to enjoy the game between two teams who will get along just fine without us.

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    Chili and corn bread.

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    Sloppy Joes! Queso Dip with chips...Will make a salad, probably just for me...and brownies...........

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    I am doing my homemade Chicken and Sausage Jambalaya, and Pork Tenderloin Sandwiches along with my home made peel the paint of the wall Salsa and chips.

    That way we are celebrating both teams by the state vittles! And the kids friends that are coming over they are bringing more finger foods and deserts!

    We all know the Colts will win this one :wink: but If the Saints win then its the Red Beans and Rice again!!

    Billy

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    The boys are having subs and apple cider and the girls are having salads. :wink:

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    Homemade Artichoke/Spinach dip
    Boneless buffalo wings (breast tenderloins)
    French bread
    and some veggies.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chasing Hawk
    Homemade Artichoke/Spinach dip
    Boneless buffalo wings (breast tenderloins)
    French bread
    and some veggies.

    I need to give you an invite to our party I am digging that menu!! My daughters best friend works at a wing place and she is bringing over a variety of hot wings (she said around 150pc from mild to suicide) she knows I love my hot stuff. And her B/F is going to get his mom to make one of her famous carrot cakes that I would kill to know the recipe!!!!

    The rest of them its going to be a free for all as to what they are bringing but it is going to be a blast (around 12 or so people) and we are all fans of both teams!

    Billy

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    I am making homemade pizza!

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    We are having whatever is made. Not going to any parties since Pregame starts at 4am and game itself starts at 9.
    Yes, there are people/places that are having parties, but I'll be in my sewing room listening to it because I really just like the new commercials.

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    We're going to someone's home and I'm taking fresh veggies and fat-free dip. And cake. Ever since the Chicago Bears played in the 2007 Super Bowl my DH has taken a decorated Bears cake to the Super Bowl party we attend. That's the only team he truly cheers for.

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    Super bowl dip (no bean chili and nacho cheese soup)
    refried bean dip tray
    little smokies and BBQ sauce
    meat, cheese and cracker tray
    shrimp and cocktail sauce.

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    Since its going to be my family and the kids friends here (average age will be 19) there will be no alcohol served but my wife is making a killer punch to put out the fire of the wings and Salsa, and we will have a huge cooler of Sweet Tea!

    I can not tell you how much tea these kids drink when they come over here. I usually keep 2 large pitchers in the fridge at all times just so I can get some with my meal.

    I love these kids just like they are my family but what is it about teens and their stomachs.......

    Billy

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    Homade pizza and buffalo wings also a veggie tray and bread bowl

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    Not a blessed thing. Last year went all out with food and stuffed myself too much.

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    Hadn't thought of it. Hmm, chili and cornbread.

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    I will make a homemade pizza. We have been invited to a bowl party but, weather being what it is, we will stay home.

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    I asked Rich what he wanted for Super Bowl Sunday. He wanted Spicy Chicken Wings, Potato Salad, Little Smokies, Cool Ranch Tortilla Chips, Bacon and Cheese Dip, Peanuts, Chunks of Cheddar and Pepper Jack cheese and plenty of Coke.

    I went shopping for what I needed yesterday. Today I'm finishing up the potato salad, cutting the cheese and anything else I can do to prepare his feast.

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    Not really interested in the Super Bowl Game but am very interested in the food, LOL!

    I plan to stay indoors and spend the time sewing especially since we received lots of snow today and tomorrow it will be very icy out. May in Jersey

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    Pizza, homemade artichoke/spinach dip with chips and whatever else falls into the grocery cart tomorrow when DH and I go shopping. (we're both on different types of diet, but the adult kids are coming over. son in law is making the dip!)

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    We are having hot wings, pizza, chips and dip, flautas (kind of like taquitos, made with flour instead of corn tortillas) and brownies for dessert.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Teacup
    We're going to someone's home and I'm taking fresh veggies and fat-free dip. And cake. Ever since the Chicago Bears played in the 2007 Super Bowl my DH has taken a decorated Bears cake to the Super Bowl party we attend. That's the only team he truly cheers for.

    I'm with your DH. I am from Il. and am a Chicago Bears fan too. I like other teams but not like the bears.

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    Not interested in the games, but I made DH a sausage dip he could eat with black corn chips. The dip was pretty good, we ate it for lunch. Kids came over and I sent some home with them. For dinner we had meat loaf, roasted veggies and fried plaintains. For a later game snack DH will eat the rest of the dip and chips. I may eat the rest of the plaintains.

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    we are having sweet and Sour Kabasa, Honey glaze chicken wings, Pasta salad and apple crisp with vanilla Ice cream...Sooo good..... I don't watch football my husband and daughter and her husband do...

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