Super Bowl …whoops, can't say that, it's trademarked. Deep breath…
Big Football Game To Determine The Champion of the National Football League
…I make chili, a couple different types (one all meat, one meat and bean), with lots of toppings. We also have wings, and lots of chips and dips - so everyone can serve themselves without bothering me WHILE I'M WATCHING THE GAME! (Ahem. Sorry.)
Here are a few DadCooksDinner suggestions for your Big Game party:
Pork Chili with Beans - for a Crowd
Slow Cooker Texas Red Chili
Pressure Cooker Frito Pie
Grilled Buffalo Chicken Wings
Grilled Miso BBQ Chicken Wings
Grilled Chinese Chicken Wings (Chuan'r Chicken Wings)
Grilled Guacamole with Sun Dried Tomatoes
Grilled Tomato-Tomatillo Salsa
Roasted Red Pepper Dip
As for the game itself? I don't know who I'll be rooting for. As a Browns fan, I should probably root against Denver, but that was so long ago that I've kind of gotten over it. (Though I still swear Rich Karlis was wide right in overtime in '86…sigh.)
I hate to bet against Peyton Manning and the juggernaut that is the Denver offense this year, but...defense wins championships. So, my money is on the Seahawks. Which, given my track record, means Denver in a blowout.
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Mike V @ DadCooksDinner says
Thanks for the tip!
Dan McGrew says
Try golden beets. I used to hate beets and then got used to the golden ones, they're not as 'beety.' I love both colors now - roasted and sliced with some goat cheese and a olive oil and lemon juice vinaigrette. Grind some black pepper over them and serve at room temperature.