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SUPER BOWL: Team Drinks

Tequila makes the perfect Super Bowl drink.
Photo courtesy 1800 Tequila.


As you watch the Green Bay Packers and the Pittsburgh Steelers go head-to-head on Sunday, what will you be drinking?

If you’re looking for a commemorative cocktail, here are two Super Bowl-inspired drinks from 1800 Tequila.



  • 2 ounces tequila
  • 1 ounce white cranberry juice
  • 2 ounces lime liqueur
  • Squeeze fresh lime juice
  • Lime wedge for garnish
    Combine all ingredients into a cocktail shaker half-filled with ice. Shake and strain into a cocktail glass filled with ice. Garnish with a lime wedge.


    Ingredients Per Cocktail

  • 2-1/2 ounces pineapple juice
  • 2 ounces tequila
  • 1/2 ounce triple sec
  • 1/4 ounce sweetened lime juice
  • Juice of 1/2 lime
  • Lime wheel or maraschino cherry for garnish
    Combine ingredients into a cocktail shaker filled with ice cubes. Shake well. Strain into a rocks glass with ice. Garnish with a lime or cherry.


    SUPER BOWL: Custom Macaroni And Cheese Bar

    This could be the hit of the party. Photo
    by Carlos Andrés Varela Photography.


    Wow the crowd with a do-it-yourself Macaroni And Cheese Bar.

    It takes the concept of macaroni and cheese to a new level: individual customization.

    Guests start with a bowl of basic mac and cheese and add their favorite toppings: bacon, chilies, chives, tomatoes, whatever.

  • Get the the recipe, from innovative New York City caterer Canard & Co.
  • Check out award-winning mac & cheese recipes.
  • Discover who brought mac & cheese to America, plus Ronald Reagan’s mac & cheese recipe.
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    SUPER BOWL: Deconstructed Buffalo Wings Recipe

    Deconstructed buffalo wings by Canard &
    Co. Photo by Carlos Andrés Varela


    If you want to show off your creative flair at the Super Bowl party, make these deconstructed chicken wings:

    Instead of using chicken wings, the deconstruction consists of chicken meatballs fried in crispy panko bread crumbs, topped with a delicious dab of Roquefort dip and served with a crunchy celery spear.

  • Get the recipe.
  • Make Cajun Jambalaya, another popular party dish.
  • Please the crowd with mini Curried Chicken Wraps With Cocoa Glazed Bacon.
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    SUPER BOWL FOOD: Special Chocolate Chip Cookies

    Call it “Foosball Chip.” Photo courtesy


    For Super Bowl sweets, Ruby et Violette is offering its fall special, the “Friday Night Foosball” chocolate chip cookie, through this weekend.

    The “foosball” chocolate chip cookie includes peanuts and Chex mix.

    For a two-point conversion, order some of matching Friday Night Foosball ice cream to enjoy with your cookies.

    Cookies can be ordered at by noon (ET) on Wednesday for 2nd Day Air shipping, or by noon on Thursday, 2/3 for overnight delivery. Ice cream requires a phone order: 1.718.728.6250.

  • Read our review of Ruby et Violette, a NIBBLE Top Pick Of The Week.
  • For Valentine’s Day, order Ruby et Violette’s glamorous brownies and Seduction Cookies, also Top Picks of The Week.
  • Find reviews of our favorite chocolate chip cookies, plus recipes, in our Gourmet Cookies Section.
  • Love chocolate chip cookies? Check out the history—they were invented by accident!
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    COOKING VIDEO: Baked Chicken Wings For The Super Bowl


    Want to serve fresh, hot chicken wings at your Super Bowl party?

    In this video, the chef demonstrates how easy it is to bake chicken wings and offers options for two different sauces: one based on Peruvian peri-peri sauce, the other on Thai sriracha sauce.



    Now, you don’t have to wing it.


    SUPER BOWL FOOD: Best Chex Recipe

    Last fall, we tasted the five finalist recipes (out of 1,000 entries) in Chex Party Mix’s annual competition for the best 15-minute microwaved recipe. The 2010 winner has just been announced.

    Our favorite of the five, Chex PB and Chocolate Blast, did not grab the gold. But here’s the recipe, made with Reese’s Pieces and white chocolate.

    Karen Fisher’s winning Chex Cajun Kick snack mix recipe includes Creole seasoning and hot sauce.

    (Future contestants please note: The 2009 winner was Buffalo Chex Mix with hot sauce. The recipe voters seem to like heat.)

    You’ve got 15 minutes: Make some Chex mix. It can be made up to 2 weeks in advance.



  • 2 cups Corn Chex cereal
  • 2 cups Rice Chex cereal
  • 2 cups Wheat Chex cereal
  • 2 cups bite-size pretzel twists
  • 2 cups mixed nuts
  • 1/3 cup butter
  • 2 tablespoons Creole seasoning
  • 1 teaspoon hot sauce (like Tabasco)

    The winning Chex mix recipe adds spice
    to football night or movie night. Photo
    courtesy Chex.

    1. In large microwavable bowl, mix cereals, pretzels and nuts.
    2. In 2-cup microwavable measuring cup, microwave butter uncovered on High, about 40 seconds or until melted.
    3. Stir in Creole seasoning and hot sauce. Pour over cereal mixture; stir until evenly coated.
    4. Microwave uncovered on High 6 minutes, stirring every 2 minutes.
    5. Spread on waxed paper or foil to cool. Store in airtight container.

    You can start mixing now: It’s nine days to Super Bowl Sunday.


    TIP OF THE DAY: Better Super Bowl Food

    Turkey chili saves calories and fat.
    Get the recipe from McCormick.


    As you’re watching the Steelers face the Packers on Super Bowl Sunday, will you be feasting on the “standard” artery-clogging, fat-building, colon-wrenching fare?

    The choice is yours, but you can feast just as well on better-for-you food with the same amount of prep time. And no one will notice the difference.

    We have suggestions from Carl Germano, RD, CDN, a Board-certified clinical nutritionist and the Chief Science Officer of Inergetics, makers of SURGEX, a muscle- and power-generating shake. As someone who spends his days focusing on nutrition, Germano recommends these switches.

    Standard: Beef Sliders with Cheese
    Smarter: Turkey Sliders with sliced tomato

    Standard: Franks in Blankets
    Smarter: Chicken Teriyaki Skewers

    Standard: Nachos with Cheese & Jalapeños
    Smarter: Baked Nachos with Guacamole, Tomatoes and Jalapeños

    Standard: Fried Cheese Bread Sticks
    Smarter: Sourdough Bread Bowl with Low Fat Spinach Dip (use nonfat Greek yogurt) and Crudités (raw vegetables)

    Standard: French Fries, Onion Rings
    Smarter: Baked Potato Skins with Tomato/Basil Bruschetta

    Standard: Beef Chili with Shredded Cheese and Sour Cream
    Smarter: Low Fat Turkey Chili with Black Beans, Corn & Salsa and Nonfat Greek Yogurt

    Standard: Fried Buffalo Wings with Ranch Dip
    Smarter: Baked Chicken Wings with Hot Sauce Dip

    Standard: Regular Pizza with Pepperoni
    Smarter: Whole Wheat Margarita Pizza

    Standard: Chips
    Smarter: Air Popped Popcorn, Whole Wheat Pretzels or Oat Pretzels

    Standard: Cookie & Brownie Platter
    Smarter: Fresh Fruit Platter

    Standard: Beer, Soda, Juice
    Smarter: Light Beer, Diet Soda, Flavored Seltzer, Mineral Water


    COCKTAIL RECIPE: Tequila Lemonade

    Tequila lemonade. Photo courtesy
    1800 Tequila.


    Nachos and tequila shots may rule at many Super Bowl parties. But for your consideration, we present tequila lemonade, courtesy of the producers of 1800 Select Silver Tequila. (The celebrity spokesperson is Michael Imperioli, as Vincent Chase is endorsing Avion and Justin Timberlake has his own brand. Details.)

    1800 Select Silver Tequila is an unusual tequila, even in the superpremium category. It’s 100% blue agave, of course; that’s required by law. But it’s really a new category of silver tequila, with features of joven and reposado tequilas. (See the different types of tequila.)

    But, using two proprietary distillation, it’s also distilled at 100 proof instead of 80 proof. The result: a very smooth tequila, crisp and clean, that showcases the sweet, fruity agave flavor. And it’s 25% stronger than other silvers.

    Second, it’s partially aged to add complexity (silver tequila typically is bottled immediately after distillation).

    Third, it’s blended with a bit of aged tequila—also unusual for a silver tequila, and one that, along with the aging, provides even more complexity.


    1800 Select Silver Tequila retails for a suggested $69.00, but we’ve found it online for less than half of that. There’s a store locator on the company website.

    With a tequila this interesting, you might want to snuggle up to the bottle and drink shots from the stopper. But the producers suggest this tequila lemonade recipe:


    Ingredients Per Cocktail

  • 1.5 ounces 1800 silver tequila
  • 1 ounce fresh lemon juice
  • 1 ounce simple syrup
  • 1 ounce club soda
  • 6 medium-sized mint leaves
  • 4-6 lemon wheels (round slices)
  • Preparation
    1. Muddle mint with simple syrup in a cocktail shaker.
    2. Add tequila, lemon juice and ice and shake vigorously.
    3. Strain over fresh ice and garnish with lemon wheels.



    SUPER BOWL PARTY: Jambalaya Recipe


    Jambalaya, a Creole and Cajun dish adapted
    from Spanish paella. Photo courtesy National
    Pork Board.


    Planning a Super Bowl Party? Or have you volunteered to bring a dish to someone else’s?

    Jambalaya is fun, filling and easy to make for a crowd.

    Jambalaya was created when Spaniards living in the Latin Quarter of New Orleans couldn’t afford saffron, due to the high import costs.

    So they created a New World version, which became jambalaya (jamón and jambon are the words for ham in Spanish and French, respectively; “alaya” came from “paella”).

  • Get a yummy jambalaya recipe as well as a brief history of this popular Creole and Cajun dish.
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    TIP OF THE DAY: Bloody Mary Makeover


    A Bloody Mary garnished with Mean
    Beans from Rick’s Picks, a NIBBLE
    Top Pick Of The Week.


    Planning Bloody Marys for your Super Bowl party?

    Ditch that celery stick—a pickled vegetable will add more excitement to the classic cocktail.

    Garnish your Bloody Marys with a dilly bean, pickled asparagus or carrot stick—or go Southern with pickled okra. You can pickle them yourself, or buy ready-made from two of our favorite picklers:

  • Rick’s Picks (dilly beans)
  • Tillen Farms (pickled carrot sticks, regular and spicy dilly beans, white and green asparagus)
  • For more ideas, check out the history of the Bloody Mary and our Bloody Mary recipes.
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