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Big Game Recipes

Another Superbowl is upon us and this year you are hosting a party for 30 of your best friends and you want this year to top the big party the Smith’s threw last year. You decide that the only way to do that is with the food since there is no way your one 55 inch LED will outshine the Smith’s three 72 inch big screen TVs, the game, halftime show, and possibly even the Superbowl commercials? We might be able to help, I have added links to most of the recipes I have listed here and feel free to check out our recipe section for more delicious recipes. Let’s start with appetizers. You can serve the traditional chips and salsa, but I suggest you add a little zip to that salsa by grilling the onions and peppers before dicing them up for more of a smoky flavor to your Pico de Gallo. Or maybe you should try another favorite of mine, the ultimate nacho dish, BBQ Tri Tip Nachos with grated Pepperjack and Cheddar Cheese. Start with our BBQ Tri-Tip recipe. Chop the grilled Tri-Tip, sprinkle over your favorite tortilla chips with the grated cheese, diced green onions, Baked Beans, sliced Jalapenos, and BBQ Sauce. And how about some finger foods for those that want a little something more than chips but aren’t ready for lunch yet? I would suggest maybe a Jerk Chicken or perhaps a cubed Teriyaki Tri Tip served on bamboo skewers. Then there is the ultimate finger food, Rotisserie Spare Ribs.

Half time and time for lunch, Grilled Sausage Dogs, mix it up some spicy some sweet, some chicken or turkey, some beef and some pork. Served with a variety of condiments; caramelized peppers and onions, sauerkraut, grilled onions, guacamole, pickles, jalapenos or pepperoncini’s, spicy mustard, coleslaw, Pico de Gallo, what you serve with these completely up to your imagination.

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