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Looknsee Photography
Posts: 21,168
Portland, Oregon, US


Okay -- I ask this question annually. 

Assuming that you are getting together with friends to watch the Super Bowl, what do you expect (or better yet, want} to eat?

For those of you who are hosting a Super Bowl party, what are you going to serve?

Finally, if you same question for those of you who are attending or hosting an Oscars party.

I'm looking for simple, foolproof, but fun/unusual ideas.
Jan 18 13 01:15 pm  Link  Quote 
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Damon Banner
Posts: 85,298
Hayward, California, US


nachos and wings
Jan 18 13 01:16 pm  Link  Quote 
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RINALDI
Posts: 2,472
Eindhoven, Noord-Brabant, Netherlands


I will be most likely watching the Super Bowl at home between midnight and 5am, and prep some ribs, or shoarma or something else that can be microwaved and still taste good.
Jan 18 13 02:16 pm  Link  Quote 
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Looknsee Photography
Posts: 21,168
Portland, Oregon, US


RINALDI wrote:
I will be most likely watching the Super Bowl at home between midnight and 5am, and prep some ribs, or shoarma or something else that can be microwaved and still taste good.

What's "shoarma"?

Jan 18 13 03:03 pm  Link  Quote 
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James S
Posts: 820
Spokane Valley, Washington, US


Chili
Jan 18 13 11:56 pm  Link  Quote 
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kickfight
Posts: 27,194
Portland, Oregon, US


RINALDI wrote:
I will be most likely watching the Super Bowl at home between midnight and 5am, and prep some ribs, or shoarma or something else that can be microwaved and still taste good.
Looknsee Photography wrote:
What's "shoarma"?

I think that's shawarma.

EDIT: so far it's sausage-stuffed mushroom caps and lemon chicken skewers over here.

Jan 19 13 12:11 am  Link  Quote 
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DougBPhoto
Posts: 37,960
Portland, Oregon, US


Pizza has never let me down...


okay, it has....


good pizza has never let me down.
Jan 19 13 12:12 am  Link  Quote 
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Cherrystone
Posts: 36,421
Columbus, Ohio, US


Haven't tossed a SB party in years, but when I did...this was about average.

4-5lbs of shrimp with my special sauce

cheese fondue

foie gras w/crackers

portabella caps stuffed with crab
Jan 19 13 01:01 am  Link  Quote 
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John Carman
Posts: 367
San Francisco, California, US


Small Fruit Pits wrote:
Haven't tossed a SB party in years, but when I did...this was about average.

4-5lbs of shrimp with my special sauce

cheese fondue

foie gras w/crackers

portabella caps stuffed with crab

I'm coming to your place!

Jan 19 13 01:23 am  Link  Quote 
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RINALDI
Posts: 2,472
Eindhoven, Noord-Brabant, Netherlands


Looknsee Photography wrote:

What's "shoarma"?

http://rarerecepten.files.wordpress.com/2010/09/lekkkkerr.jpg

(over here its spelled "shoarma", might be different in other countries wink )

Jan 19 13 01:30 am  Link  Quote 
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Tim Little Photography
Posts: 11,537
Wilmington, Delaware, US


During college, and for a few years after, my gang of friends would rotate on the Oscar Night party. One of the nicest ones I ever hosted had pretty standard food. Wings, dip, Crudités platter, pizza. But what I was really proud of was the experience I created for my guests as they made their way in.

A sweet lady I worked with had four charming kids who were natural actors. She and her kids agreed to dress like the Paparazzi and "swarm" as people came in. I had two old Mamyia Sekor 500 DTL's with old Sears flashes for them and they had a couple of point and shoots. I didn't want to risk my money maker, my Minolta X-700, with the kids, so I used it during the party.  I loaded them all Kodak Gold 400. It was really cool to see them ham it up with the questions and the flashes going off. The kids really enjoyed the party and made it special for everyone. If you are doing an Oscar Party I highly suggest it. And, if you can get charming kids all the better!

ETA, as you can tell from the technology, this was a LONG time ago. With digital you can really have a time of it!
Jan 19 13 02:48 am  Link  Quote 
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Art Silva
Posts: 9,228
Santa Barbara, California, US


Rice A Roni [the San Francisco Treat], Crab Legs and fresh Sourdough... oh and a case of Napa red  big_smile
Jan 19 13 03:41 pm  Link  Quote 
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