We don't really have a tradition on Superbowl Sunday that we follow. We've hosted parties, attended neighborhood bashes, and sometimes we kick back as a party of four in PJs. The constant though, regardless of where or how we watch the annual event, consists of fantastic food and a couple of beverages. Mr. Musky and I usually begin tossing foodie ideas around a week or two before the big game, then pull the trigger and create three or four of our favorites.
So if you're staying in with your own tribe or heading out to a hundred person fete, here are some suggestions to liven up the food table and drink options at your venue of choice.
Even though they aren't in season, Tomato Bread is still a delicious baked option.
Mint Juleps and Derby Food can't substitute for Football Fare?
Maid Rites in advance, and pop them in the oven at halftime.
Pizza Wheels are simple, and I love simple when it comes to tailgating.
Deviled Eggs. Pair it up with a lighter version of the Pina Colada for the rum lovers at your party.
Fancy things up with some Limoncello Basil Martinis and Greek Cups. The mixture can be made ahead, but fill the cups just before serving to ensure they retain their crispy texture.Proscuitto Poppers a go. Chill the spice with a Frozen Minty Cucumber Mojito.
Guac. Enough said.
Skillet Nachos. A one pot wonder that pairs perfectly with chips and Guacamole.
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