Score with these Super Bowl classics
Let me come clean. The only sports knowledge I have is which NBA players dated which Kardashians. But this isn't a sports blog. Let's talk about your Super Bowl spread!
I love the overt indugence of Super Bowl food. The only vegetables are the carrots and celery, and they come with Buffalo wings and get dragged through bleu cheese dressing. I love how you can eat while shouting at the T.V. I love that people talk throughout the game but are dead silent during commercials.
There's a secret weapon to making a spread in half the time, with less mess and less calories: an air fryer. Buffalo wings and loaded potato skins are my favorite, and air fryers make them lighter and crispier than the pub version. And since I'm a sucker for a good theme, know that potato skins are scrumptiously versatile. Consider them a savory blank slate to build that trasy canape that dreams are made of.
- The Russian: Sour cream and caviar
- The Pub: Melted cheese, sour cream, chopped bacon and chives
- The Crazy Greek: In a food processor, mix banana peppers, feta, thyme and a lttle bit of banana pepper juice. Pump it, spoon into potato skins and top with a marinated olive
- The Delta: Pulled barbecue pork and coleslaw, drizzled with barbecue sauce