Giant Super Bowl Buffets That Score Big
|Tuesday, 31 January 2012 22:16|
As a Giants fan I'm lucky that it's easy to remember Big Blue's last Super Bowl win, just four years ago over this Sunday's opponent, the Patriots. Jennifer wants to make sure your Super Bowl party is just as memorable, regardless of whether your team is hoisting the Lombardi Trophy.
With a Super Bowl party, it starts and ends with the buffet. Think of the buffet table as the football field, where guests will mix it up like Grontkowski and Pierre-Paul for their favorite dishes.
First Down Deli Tray
You'll have a line 10 yards long when you dish out this spread (pictured above):
Chalk Talk Chili
Serve up both beef and vegetarian chili in a crockpot or chafing dish with any of these fine toppings:
Jennifer's signature hummus has enough garlic to distract guests from Madonna prancing across the stage during the halftime show:
- 2 cups OR 1 lb cooked chick peas
Mix all ingredients except for the olive oil in a food processor for 2 minutes or until the ingredients start to blend into a paste. Slowly drizzle in olive oil and run food processor for another 5 minutes until consistency is extremely smooth. Add more olive oil for a thinner consistency.