Brian’s Super Bowl Party Tips
It is the unofficial American holiday this weekend. I just love Super Bowl Sunday. It is always a little sad knowing the football season is over but the sendoff party is always such a blast and will hold me over until the Daytona parties start. Surviving a full day of celebrating, when kickoff is not till early evening, will require plenty of good eats and drinks. Here are a couple of very simple snacking suggestions that will keep the whole team happy and you won't have to spend all day in the kitchen. I am throwing a pork roast in the crock pot on Saturday night with just a little seasoning and letting it cook until morning. When I get up Sunday morning I will shred the pork and put it back in the crock pot and smother it in BBQ sauce. I will have bags of buns and a loaf of tasty Texas toast ready to throw the meat on all day. Whenever someone is ready for a sandwich, the sandwich will be ready for them.
Another tasty little treat is to take those Little Smokie Sausages and wrap them in crescent roll dough. Just get tube of the crescents and cut each piece of dough in half and roll a sausage in them like a little pig in the blanket. Bake as directed on crescent package. These bad boys are so tasty. I like using the cheese filled sausages sometimes too.
The final piece to any Super Bowl party is the dip. I love my Kickin' Chicken Dip. In a crock pot, throw in a can of chicken, a block of cream cheese, a handful of shredded cheddar cheese and a half a bottle of your favorite wing sauce. (Frank’s Red Hot Buffalo Wing Sauce) When this all melts together it is almost sinful how good it is. Great to dip chips, bread, bagel chunks or just your fingers in. Enjoy the food, fun, friends and football.