Five recipes you should make for the Super Bowl
From creamy guacamole to spicy chicken wings, we’ve got you covered with five satisfying game-day eats
Fri Jan 31 2014
Photograph: Marcus Nillson
Whether you're a fan of the Broncos or the Seahawks—or if you're only rooting for the puppies—we bet you like guacamole. And chicken wings. And all the snacking and drinking and Snack Stadium–building that goes along with the Super Bowl. Instead of noshing on jarred salsa and subpar takeout mac and cheese, whip up your own game-day eats, from carnivorous bites to veggie dishes that really have it going on. Here are five recipes to rock your Super Bowl Sunday.
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Make Pok Pok's legendary and addictive wings at home.
Join the crowds in preparing and snacking on the classic Super Bowl dip.
The food bloggers from Dinner Was Delicious school us on how to cook a stunning steak.
Feed a crowd of football fans with this cheesy one-dish recipe.
Get a peek inside Union Square Cafe's kitchen with this dish, often served as a family meal.
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