Whether you’re planning to dive into a platter of chicken wings just before kick off, or pass around a pitcher of jalapeño margaritas when the commercials start, we’ve got some advice and amazing recipes to get you ready for Super Bowl XLIX.
Recently, both the Epoch Times and the fabulous Chef Jamie Gwen reached out to us to get our best tips and recipes for a delicious Game Day spread. Of course we were happy to oblige and share our ‘Greatest Hits’ through the years. Check out our cooking and entertaining tips below. And click on all the links for the best dang football apps outside the stadium!
When professional chefs prep for a big event, they may start cooking two to three days in advance. Chefs know what items hold up well and which need to be prepared at the last minute. There are lots of Super Bowl essentials that benefit from sitting in the fridge for a day or two before serving. Dips, desserts, and crudité are great for sitting in the fridge overnight. So go ahead and knock out half of your food preparations on Friday or Saturday, making game day far less stressful.
Look at all the dishes you are serving and do as much ahead as possible, even if that means just chopping and measuring ingredients, all of which make the actual cooking a lot easier.
Mix it Up
No restaurant serves a menu cooked from just one heat source, so don’t set up your game day menu that way either… Keep Reading
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