Football fans who also happen to be foodies know that the Super Bowl is a chance to eat well and to show off their kitchen skills to a whole party at the big game.
First off, we offer items like ribs, sausages, ground beef (Wagyu included!), and various nibbles that require little prep. All will be welcome additions to your game-day lineup.
And when it comes to recipes, we’ve got you covered with some serious game-day grub.
Speaking of bacon, bring your “A” game to the chips and dip with this utterly addictive wild mushroom and bacon creamy dip. Use the best, solidly-built potato chips you can find to scoop up this heavenly stuff. Double the recipe for a big crowd.
Somebody had to say it: ribs make life complete. While these sweet-and-sticky ribs are just that, it’s worth all the wet naps in the world to have these piled high for the party. Use our Berkshire pork baby back ribs for the recipe and know the taste of victory.
Looking for something less hands-on? Try a big pot of gumbo, made with our spicy andouille sausage. This will serve up easily; just stack some bowls and put out the spoons. Make it a day ahead for convenience.
For another one-pot meal that is sure to please, use buffalo meat in this wild take on classic chili. We like the simple things in life, done with a twist. Heirloom beans and bison (we adapted it to use ground meat) make this recipe an all-American dish.
And where there is chili, there should be cornbread. Watch the crumbs, fellows! Our recipe is enhanced with bacon. But of course, it is.
Here’s another idea we love. Anyone can pull pork, but who is planning to pull duck leg confit? Here the real work is in making your own sauce (so worth a little effort!). The duck leg confit shreds up real easy, so making these sandwiches is a breeze.
Enjoy the Super Bowl! And just remember, the real game is in the kitchen. May the best team, er … cook, win