T-minus-2-days until the NY Giants face the New England Patriots in the 2012 Super Bowl. As everyone knows, we’re not only interested in the game – we’re in it for the grub! For the last few days we covered snacks, beer and sandwiches but what about main dishes? Here are some suggestions for festive (and filling) fare for your Super Bowl gathering!
This SPICY chili not only pairs well with your favorite brewski, it’s got beer in the recipe!
Try these aromatic tacos made with grilled duck breast that’s been simmered in cumin and coriander then piled into homemade tortillas with fresh pico de gallo. Even the kids will eat them!
We cannot talk feeding a crowd without mentioning CASSOULET! Easier than you think and tastes even better when made the day before. So you can get out of the kitchen and in front of the flat screen!
These ultra-flavorful ribs have both dry and wet spice rubs and a citrus kick.
Cane syrup, a sticky sweet syrup made from sugar cane, gives this barbecue sauce backbone, along with honey, molasses and cider vinegar. Perfection!
Rabbit ragout is the foundation of this lasagna, which contains layers of mushroom-studded the ragout and creamy bechamel.
Bitter coffee, paprika and salt help create a charred crust for meaty, bone-in pork chops.
This hearty stew is smoky and satisfying, perfect for the Super Bowl.
Game for the game! This rustic venison pot pie will please a roomful of hungry carnivores.