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Molly Watson

Super Bowl Recipes

By February 1, 2013

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Super Bowl parties don't need to be laden with processed food! Use these Super Bowl Snacks recipes to make fresh, delicious, indulgent, beer-friendly treats like homemade potato chips, spicy peanuts, chile-laced guacamole, and succulent beer-basted spicy glazed ribs.

Our other food guides at About.com have plenty to offer, too. Looking for a bean dip recipe? Our Guide to Vegetarian Food has eleven vegetarian bean dip recipes to choose from. Not feeling meatless? Our Guide to Southern Food, suggests Game Day Chili - it makes a big batch in a slow cooker for great taste and ease. Gluten-free sports fans, team up and sack gluten with crowd-pleasing Super Bowl Party recipes from our Guide to Gluten-Free Cooking.

Hosting a party with lots of kids present? Try these Super Bowl Menus from Stephanie Gallagher, the Guide to Cooking With Kids. Need something sweet? Our Guide to Baking, Carroll Pellegrinelli, suggests these Fork-Free Desserts. Pressed for time? Linda Larsen, the Guide to Busy Cooks, promises that these Super Bowl Snacks and Anti-Super Bowl Party Foods are all delicious, quick to make, and fun to eat.

The Superbowl may be all-American, but many other cuisines have appetizers that suit a Superbowl party perfectly. Try easy-to-make Spanish tapas, some Dutch Party Appetizers, or get hearty with this Polish Hunter's Stew which you can make ahead of time.

Decided to skip the parties and bars this Super Bowl? Make a few easy but festive recipes for watching the game at home: Super Bowl for Two.

For those of us interested in neither football or ads, our Guide to Cocktails is here to help make the day a little easier to take with cocktail menus for the Super Bowl.


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