Superbowl Sunday Food

If you are not going out this Superbowl Sunday, and are instead going to stay in there are a couple of things to keep in mind. Firstly is that if you plan on ordering in you are going to want to do that early as many places will get inundated with food orders toward dinner and game-time. Domino’s Pizza has said that Superbowl Sunday is their 3rd busiest day behind New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day and ahead of Thanksgiving Eve and Halloween.

 

Secondly if you are using the other option, preparing your own snacks for the night, they can take a little time to put together. Especially a personal favourite of mine; pulled pork. It takes around 8 hours to do it right in a slow cooker, 4-6 for the fast version, so if you want it for half time you should get it on immediately. If you don’t have a recipe handy there is one available at chowhound.com

 

There are other snack options available to you and many places you can find them. Just a couple quick examples are video recipes on Youtube.com

 

Like this one;

 

Buffalo Chicken Potato Skins

By: Tasty

From: Tasty/Youtube

 

Or these 3 snack options;

 

3 Epic Football Party Snacks

By: POPSUGAR Food

From: POPSUGAR Food/Youtube

 

How ever it is you sort out your snacks and dinner; have a great Superbowl Sunday. Eagles play the Pats and kickoff is at 6:30 pm ET.

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