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It’s Friday, and much of the food world seems to be focused on one thing: Super Bowl food. Okay, so maybe not, but I had to start this somewhere, right? Maybe it would be more accurate to say 50% of us use it as an excuse to have a party. What would game day be like without food? We have to have something to munch on while watching those commercials!
This year, we have no plans to attend or host anything *yes*, but the Pittsburgh Steelers and Arizona Cardinals just might make it a good game for a change. Too often, it’s not entertaining in my opinion, so food helps make it an occasion — and not a fancy one with a lot of prep. We go easy on the appetizers — chips, salsa and guacamole — have a meal at half-time.
It’s casual meal usually of chili or ribs. But it could be this instead: a spin on traditional stadium food, and which can be put out allowing people to graze at their leisure.
Southwest Sliders in honor of the Cardinals…
…and Bratwurst Dogs with Peppers & Onions in honor of the Steelers.
I’m not sure who I’m pulling for, but I am a Zonie by birth. ARE YOU READY FOR SOME FOOTBALL?