Your Super Bowl day spread?

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  1. deathroll

    deathroll Well-Known Member

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    Sorry folks, not intended as a gambling thread or one that Jag should spend too much time participating in; this is meant to be a food thread.

    We're throwing a last minute Super Bowl get together (not a party really). Don't want to work too hard at it.

    We're having:
    meatballs in grape jelly
    baked wings
    Publix shrimp ring
    cream cheese with pepper jelly and crackers
    chips and dip
    mac and cheese
    asparagus, red onion and pecorino salad
    sodas and beer

    How 'bout you?
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    slinkygator Moderator Extraordinaire

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    Nice spread! I'm really hungry and reading that doesn't help
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    Home made pico de gallo, and guacamole, queso dip, grilled and fried wings, some smoked brisket, potato salad, refried beans, tortilla chips, doritos, home made ranch dip, and pulled pork sliders, sodas and sweet tea.
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    Simple for me. Homemade chili and beer
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    gummy bears for me. Beat that! ;)
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    PF Changs for us.
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    exiledgator Gruntled Premium Member

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    Just me so 18 baked hot wings and a 20 oz Zoe by Maine Brewing Co.

    <buuuuurp>
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    Only if they are Haribo!! ;)
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    Is there another kind? :)

    Actually my wife is making a traditional Japanese dish for us called okonomiyaki which is a fav of ours.
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    Whole what penne pasta with shrimp sautéed in fresh garlic and wilted spinach. It's about to come back up if Bruno Mars keeps singing. That was the most horrific five minutes of Super Bowl programming I've ever witnessed.
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  11. deathroll

    deathroll Well-Known Member

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    Food was real good except for the wings. I made 'em but it was the 1st time I ever baked (rather than grilled) wings. I didn't do a very good job. Used Alton Brown's steam, refrigerate, bake and then sauce recipe and they just were not great. Edible but nah.
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    Pat each wing dry w paper towel
    Throw in gallon zip lock
    Add 2tbsp baking powder 3/4tsp salt ( per 4lbs wings)
    Shake bag / coat wings
    Place on wire rack over tinfoil lined cookie sheet - skin up
    Bake :30 at 225 low-mid rack.
    Bake :40 at 425 high-mid rack

    Money.
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    absolutely nothing ...didn't even watch the game. it was great.
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    baking soda?
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    Powder. It's seals up the wing and creates a crispy fried-like skin and leaves the meat juicy and oh so tender.

    Theres no nibbling to get the meat off - it just falls off
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    Baby back ribs, you peel shrimp, cowboy beans, salad. All we needed.

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