Super Bowl 2011
Super Bowl XLV is Sunday, February 5th. This is an ideal party occasion whether you are a die hard football fanatic or just along for the ride. Americans have made Super Bowl parties the biggest party date in the country outside of New Year’s Eve celebrations. The mode of celebration has gone from a few simple snacks to enjoy during the game to elaborate buffets with a wide range of goodies. We are also keeping the location of this year’s game in mind (Arlington, Texas) to infuse our menu with a little bit of TexMex inspiration. Most of all, as far as the cook is concerned, keep it simple so that the kitchen crew can enjoy the game and have as much fun as everyone else.Print Menu Add Avanti Savoia products to cart
- Beverage of choice No specific recipes with this menu, just a word of caution. Beer is usually the overwhelming drink of choice for games, but Margaritas would also be an obvious pick. Keep this in mind: Kick off is at 5:25pm CST… this can be a long night of drinking. Designated Drivers can make all the difference between a great time and a sad one. Have plenty of non-alcoholic alternatives (definitely coffee) and remember to encourage the imbibers to be responsible.
- Snacks Serve lots of crunchy stuff. Tostado chips with Lowcountry Peach Salsa. Also offer a veggie tray accented by our Lowcountry Pickled Okra and Lowcountry Sweet Cucumber Pickles with Jalapenos.
Fried Avocados with Red Mayonnaise
More trouble but totally worth it is a recipe from Texas catering Chef David Lowery. San Antonio influence flavors meet cutting edge Super Bowl party. Bet you can’t just eat one of these babies!
- Buffet Food
A Fajita Buffet
The meat can prepared on an outside grill or inside on a stovetop grill. Everyone builds their own according to their preferences.
- A Fajita Buffet
- Side Dish
Spicy Bean and Burrito Bake
This is a nice main dish for non-meat eaters and a good side dish for fajitas.
- Spicy Bean and Burrito Bake