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Super Bowl Snacks

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Feb 1 | Beer, Food, Hosting

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Chips, dips, veggies, beer… the staples for Superbowl snacks. Whether it’s chicken wings and seven-layer dip or burgers and beers you crave, the snacks are just as big of a part of the game as the halftime special and entertaining commercials. We have some ideas to help keep you and your guests full of delight while sitting on the couch, mingling with others and enjoying one of America’s favorite traditions.

PoutineEagle Eye Fries

Take traditional French fries up a notch by serving them Canadian style. Poutine is essentially French fries served in a brown gravy sauce topped with melted cheese curds.

PATRIOTIC PUNCH

Create a signature mocktail for your Patriots fans. Check out this red, white and blue layered punch made of cranberry juice, Gatorade, 7-Up and ice!

Have a Shandy Handy

When it’s time for Justin Timberlake to take the stage, serve guests a little pick me up with their next beer. Mix a can with soda or lemonade for a traditional British Shandy. It will help add some of that non-alcoholic liquid to keep the momentum of the party going for the second half of the game!

This Bud’s For You

Need a break from a traditional 6-pack? If your cooler is running low, grab a bottle of bubbly from the wine rack and serve it with a bud. That’s code for a bud of hyacinth. While you’re at your local wine and beer dealer, check the market area for hyacinth buds available in a jar of the most delightful sugary syrup. Combine a dash of the liquid and a bud of hyacinth for a light and refreshing taste when mixed with your favorite champagne or sparkling wine.

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