Superbowl Snacks

Yet another holiday is sneaking up on me.  It's that one observed by millions in the U.S. and some of the world with  passion and solemnity.  Yes, this weekend brings us ... the Super Bowl!

Here is a  rerun recap of posts past with foods traditionally eaten during The Game.  Or The Commercials.  To be honest, the only things I will be watching on Sunday night are those over-the-top commercials and the halftime show.  I don't know who's playing, and the only reason I even know that The Game will be played in Texas is that weather forecast after weather forecast keeps showing a stadium in Dallas (I think it was Dallas :-/) while newscasters hope and pray that the roof holds during the next snowpocalypse.

Anyway, snacky food is king this Sunday.  But it doesn't have to all be junky. Here are some easy recipes that won't totally kill any diet.  Much ... 

Karen K's Bean Salad

Sushi Wraps

Mahogany Wings

Chicken Spring Rolls (gee, there seems to be a heavy leaning on poultry here)

Bruschetta (oops, I spoke too soon)


 Steak Skewers in Ponzu Sauce (don't bother shoveling over to the grill, they also broil beautifully)

Mock Chopped Liver (sorry, no photos)

Chicken Satay Bites (no photos, either)

Stuffed Dates with Almonds (nope)

Baked Tortilla Chips with  Pico de Gallo (uh-uh) or ...

Guacamole (ugly photo, but at least there's finally a photo)   


The Mom Chef said…
I'm coming to your house for the Super Bowl if you're serving all that! Yum!!!

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