For the past few Super Bowls (as well as last year’s Oktoberfest), Lindsay and I have made soft pretzels. Making them is definitely more complicated than regular baking, but not horribly so, and the results (and crowd appreciation) are worth it.
Most recipes on this blog have been modified somewhat from our original source (sometimes quite modified). This is one of the few recipes that we have made many times and never once . . . → Read More: How to Make Soft Pretzels
I barely know who’s playing this year. I’m just not a huge sports fan…but I do like the food tradition! if you want to speed things up, you can make this recipe from store-bought beans, sour cream, and salsa verde. Honestly,though, even making it all from scratch, most of the time it was hands-off. It just took a bit of planning to know to start the day before.
This recipe is adapted from Gena . . . → Read More: Dark Days (Super Bowl Edition): Three Layer Bean Dip
In a few weeks, a good friend of mine is taking his wife and kids and moving to Paris for work. Lindsay and I have decided to throw them a going away party. We were on a quest to fund something fun to serve, and we came across this terrific book: Punch, which is where we got this recipe.
Part of the book is a history lesson on the invention, evolution, and role . . . → Read More: How to Make Old-Fashioned Punch