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Super Bowl Finger Food: Crab Cake Recipe Recipe

Crab cakes may be synonymous with Maryland in general and Baltimore in particular, but these delectable seafood treats are made San Francisco-friendly with the use of Dungeness crab. I love Dungeness crabs almost as much as Lulu loves the Niners, so you could say that this dish is a match made in heaven. Except of course that Lulu’s a vegetarian (I’ll post a veggie version next week).

For all us seafood eaters, this is a super easy dish to prepare, which makes it perfect party fare. The only part that requires any real effort is cooking, cracking and collecting the crab meat, but the results are well worth it!


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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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Vegetarian Super Bowl Party Food Recipe
Super Bowl Sunday is upon us! I've collected my favorite fan-friendly vegetarian snacks that I think are perfect for enjoying while rooting for your favorite team. So good luck to the Steelers and Cardinals, and let's have a great Super Bowl XLIII!
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Vegetarian Tacos Recipe

Vegetarian Tacos

02.01.09 by Jackie

Here's a healthy and tasty version of the usually greasy fast food fare.  My husband loves Mexican food, so I make this for him whenever he has a craving for it.  The great thing about learning this recipe is that you can reuse the filling in many other recipes - burritos, enchiladas, soft tacos, nachos, etc. - by just adding / exchanging a few ingredients.

If you're serving them for a couple of people, you can definitely assemble them before plating. But if it's for a party, just prepare each part separately and let you guests put them together as they like.  It'll save you time, and everyone will get their tacos exactly the way they like them.


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