Election parties aren't like most parties: they're full of tension and anxiety, waves of elation and moments of fear and disappointment. Still, if it's a party, there must be food. We've gathered some red and blue foods. See more Election Day baking ideas here. What are you planning to eat on Election Night while watching the polls?
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Tomorrow is a big day: the 57th quadrennial presidential election. Whether you support Barack Obama or Mitt Romney, whether you're having over a few friends or hosting a big group, here are some sweet ideas for your election party.
Photographs from Huffington Post Staring at the screen tomorrow night, watching as states light up red and blue, will require energy. Depending on the winner, it may also require comfort food. Here's some ideas for your election night party menu: Savory "Right Wings" (recipe) Pork Barrel Tenderloin (recipe) Baked ACORN Squash (recipe) War "Hero" Sandwiches (recipes) Obama's Favorite Chili (recipe) Elitist Foods Involving Arugula (recipes) McCain Frozen Foods (more info) Sloppy Plumber Joes (recipe)...
Tonight you can watch the election returns come in, while eating pupusas and tacos at the Brooklyn Based "Red + Blue Election Night Party"