Superbowl Recipes

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Super Bowl Snack: Chicken Wing Recipe Recipe

Chicken wings aren't really a popular snack in France, so I only had the chance to really experience them when I moved to the US. I love their versatility and they're one of the best choices for party finger foods, assuming you don't mind getting your digits a little dirty.

I made this batch using an Asian-style sweet and spicy marinade, and I used beet juice as natural red (49er-friendly) food coloring. The last step was basting the chicken wings with the thickened marinade using arrowroot starch. I can already picture us in the TV room this Sunday watching the Super Bowl game. My husband will be staring at his favorite team, the Niners, and I'll have my eyes on the chicken wings!


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Ginger Citrus Rib-Eye Steak Soft Tacos (Steak Taco Recipe) Recipe

My husband Lulu is a huge 49ers fan. Being French, I've had to start from scratch and learn a lot about American football. I've actually started enjoying watching the games, though I wish they wouldn't hit each other so hard! We watched the incredible playoff game last weekend and Lulu was screaming for joy when Alex Smith connected with Vernon Davis for the winning touchdown. The 49ers face the New York Giants in the NFC Championship this weekend, and Lulu is looking forward to watching the Niners advance to the Super Bowl.

We're having some people over to watch the game, so I created a meal that would fit the party, but with my own personal touch. For the main course, I made small plates of rib-eye steak soft tacos. To start, I seared the steaks after applying a ginger citrus rub. Once the steaks have a good crust, I glazed the meat with a spicy peach chutney. The soft tacos itself is layered with peach chutney, pickled mushrooms, sliced beef steak, shrimp and sour cream. The flavors were amazing and making this dish gave me plenty of ideas for what to serve for the Super Bowl when Lulu has all his buddies (and wives) over. I'll share some of the dishes I come up with over the next couple of weeks.

I used La Cense Beef in this dish, and if you want to recreate it for your own Super Bowl party, La Cense is offering a special deal to Pham Fatale readers. You can get $20 off 8 10-ounce Ribeye Steaks, plus 1 lb of free meatballs, all with free shipping ($157.48)! If that's too much meat for you, La Cense is also offering $10 off 4 10-ounce Ribeye Steaks ($71.24). La Cense Beef is 100% grass fed, with no hormones or antibiotics. I've had the privilege of trying their Prime Rib Roast as well as the Ribeye, and the flavor is out of this world. It's truly nothing like the beef you get from your local supermarket. So if you're planning to do something special for the Super Bowl, or if you just want to have a really nice steak dinner, definitely take advantage of this deal.


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Superbowl Party Food Ideas Recipe

Superbowl Party Food Ideas

02.05.11 by Jackie

As promised, here are a few recipe suggestions that you can make for your Superbowl party. I selected dishes that are easy to eat, fried, cheesy and otherwise perfect to munch on while glued to the TV this Superbowl Sunday. If you're feeling bad about the nutritional content of your Superbowl, put a plate of veggies on the table. People will eat them as long as there's a high-calorie dip nearby that they can submerge those celery and carrot sticks in. Enjoy the game!


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Superbowl Sugar Cookies Recipe

Superbowl Sugar Cookies

02.04.11 by Jackie

As a French girl, it’s probably not surprising how ignorant I am about American football. My husband Lulu has tried several times to teach me the rules, and failed miserably. I'm trying hard, I promise!  At the very least, I can participate in the fun by whipping up some delicious snacks to enjoy during the game.

Today, I made batches of sugar cookies using the colors of both teams. I used black and yellow for the Steelers and green and yellow for the Packers. The black, yellow and green cookie doughs were respectively flavored with semi-sweet chocolate, Meyer lemon and pandan paste.

I remember a few years back that the Steelers were participating in the Superbowl as well, so they must be a good team. Lulu's rooting for them, but with these cookies you can represent yourself no matter which team you're cheering for. I’m also going to post a list or two this afternoon of other tasty treats that you can serve at your Superbowl party, so stay tuned for that. I hope you enjoy the food and the company this Sunday!


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Ball Park Jalapeno Nachos Recipe

Ball Park Jalapeno Nachos

01.30.09 by Jackie

If you've ever wondered how to make the cheese sauce that accompanies a few handfuls of tortilla chips at countless movies theaters and sport venues, then look no further. You don't have to melt down a block of fake cheese to make your own version. Instead try my cheddar bechamel with jalapeños.

I decided to share this with you today in anticipation of the Superbowl this weekend between the Steelers and the Cardinals. I have to admit that I hate football. It's definitely not part of French culture. To be fair, I've never really taken the time to listen to my hubby's countless attempts to explain the rules of the game. It's so cute when he tries! At least I can get excited about the food...

Note: I originally posted this recipe beofre the Superbowl weekend.


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