Last week for our Weekend Cook and Tell we asked all of you to share your Game Day menus for a challenge we called Super Bowl Spreads. Judging by the menus that all of you served last weekend, it looks like you more than covered the spread. Let's take a look at some of our favorites.
ElizabethS isn't the biggest football fan but Super Bowl Sunday was a great excuse for her to whip up a spread of tapas including Gruyère wrapped in Bacon and Gambas al Ajillo along with a batch of good ol' American chicken wings.
We're guessing that techgirl was rooting for the Steelers with this Pennsylvania-centric menu of pierogis, chili, wings, and plenty of Iron City and Yuengling to wash it all down.
carmason put together a heart-stoppingly delicious spread including Buffalo chicken sloppy joes, bulid your own potato skins with a toppings bar, hot onion dip, bacon-wrapped jalapeño, and bacon cheeseburger dip. Any chance you'd share the recipe for your Buffalo chicken sloppy joes with us, carmason?
Our own coffee columnist Erin Meister served up fajitas, margaritas, gallo pinto (a Nicaraguan take on rice and beans), and mini peanut-butter-and-banana sandwiches. For dessert? Guinness and and red velvet cake.
BananaMonkey thought that Super Bowl Sunday would be an ideal day to experiment with cow's milk after abstaining for a while in the form of Kenji's cheese sauce. Also on the menu: pork shiu mai and slow roasted pork ribs.
While most folks kept their Super Bowl menus strictly savory flavacrisp decided to end the meal on a sweet note with a giant chocolate chip cookie baked in a cast iron skillet with vanilla ice cream.