Feasting: Super Bowl 50 Party Essentials
With the Super Bowl right around the corner, football fanatics across America are planning how they want to celebrate the big night. Whether your team made it to the playoffs or had a less than impressive record, it’s still a wonderful excuse to gather with friends, eat delicious snacks and either celebrate or drown your sorrows with plenty of booze. If you’re thinking about hosting the game at your place, make sure to stock up on these delicious essentials to please everyone who walks through the door.
We dig Goldbely because they love food as much as us and strive to bring the best regional gourmet purveyors to your doorstep. And we can’t think of a better thing to serve at a Super Bowl party than this pulled pork BBQ pie. The owner of Dangerously Delicious Pies slow roasts the pork butt filling for 18 hours, mixes it with onions peppers and homemade barbecue sauce then bakes it inside one of his signature crusts. Serves 8.
No matter what you serve at your Super Bowl party, one thing’s for certain – these relishes will be a hit with pretty much everything you make. One is spicy and one is sweet, so your guests can choose their own adventure when they spoon it over hamburgers, sandwiches, grilled meats, tacos and pretty much everything else.
There’s no bigger party pleaser than grilled meats, but sometimes it means the host has to miss out on some of the fun. That’s not the case this year with Maverick’s Wireless Thermometer which lets you monitor the temperatures of two meats at once from up to 300 feet away. You’ll receive an alert directly to the transmitter when your food is done.
If you’re not serving a two-pound milk chocolate football (with white chocolate laces) at the party, you’re definitely not doing it right. Phillips Chocolates will even customize the packaging of this deliciously sweet novelty with your team’s colors. Perfect if you’re looking for a host gift as well.
Speaking of sweets, why not try a little something different this year for dessert? Everyone loves an ice cream bar, especially when you set out flavors like Churros Con Leche and Toasted Coconut Almond Chip. McConnell’s does it right by pasteurizing and aging their own raw, Central Coast, grass-fed milk and cream and making the goodies that go into their fine ice creams.
Planning a Super Bowl bash got us thinking: whatever happened to party favors? Those little bags of happiness placed in your hand as you leave a gathering keep the fun going a little while longer, especially when it’s something you can eat. The New Primal’s Meat Sticks are reminiscent of the gas station favorite but without all the nasty stuff. Instead, they’re made with grass-fed beef and free-range turkey with zero hormones added. Buy a sampling of all the flavors and give a few to each guest for the best party favor ever.