Big Game Eats
Get ready to cheer on your team with all the necessary finger foods and fuel for the big game. We’ve got the dips, the dogs, the sliders, and slices to soak up game day brews and keep team spirit alive to the final victorious touchdown. Whether you’re a diehard football fan or just a fan of a good time, these game-raising recipes are sure to make you the star of any Super Bowl snack lineup.
from TLP Test Kitchen
Forget store-bought dips and packets of powdered mix: Making homemade onion dip from scratch is a cinch. The key is perfectly caramelizing the onions, a skill any home cook can master with a little patience.
from Victuals, an Appalachian Journey by Ronni Lundy
Ronni Lundy breaks down the rules for the best buns hailing from West Virginia. Buns should be soft, not toasted. They can be dressed with bright yellow ballpark mustard and chopped white onion, but ketchup, pickles, and kraut are frowned on. Hot sauce—favored brands are Crystal, Tabasco, and Texas Pete—may be liberally applied by those who wish for more heat.
from the Ralph Brennan Restaurant Group, New Orleans, Louisiana
from Cole Armies, COLES 735 MAIN in Lexington, Kentucky
from chef Jeremiah Bacon of Oak Steakhouse in Charleston, South Carolina
Good wings are a must for any Super Bowl party, but many recipes call for frying, which can be tricky to do at home. Avoid the hassle with this grilled wing recipe from chef Jeremiah Bacon.
from Diego Galicia and Rico Torres of Mixtli in San Antonio, Texas
from Lampo Neapolitan Pizzeria of Charlottesville, Virginia
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