FOOD FUN: Football Pizza

Don’t fumble the pizza! Football pizza from Due Forni | Las Vegas.   If you were at Due Forni restaurant, you could order a football pizza. But there’s no need to travel to Austin or Las Vegas: It’s easy to make your own. Using your favorite pizza recipe: 1. STRETCH the dough into a more…
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FOOD FUN: Super Bowl Team Colors In Frosting

If you’re making cake cupcakes for Super Bowl feasting, you can ice them with your team colors. McCormick has the recipes for all the NFL team colors. McCormick suggests adding the color to a 16-ounce can of white frosting, but if you have a picky palate, you might prefer to make your own buttercream or…
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SUPER BOWL: Garrett Popcorn

For Super Bowl munching, how about some Spicy CheeseCorn? The limited edition flavor from Garrett Popcorn is a welcome gift: a yummy blend of cayenne pepper and chili powder mixed with freshly melted Cheddar cheese corn. Combine with a cold beer, and you may not care who wins or loses. Send Spicy CheeseCorn as a…
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TIP OF THE DAY: Greek Layered Dip

This variation, from Cameron Curtis | The Food Network, uses artichoke hearts. Photo courtesy Food Network.   How many times have you had a Mexican layered dip—a.k.a. Seven Layer Bean Dip or Seven Layer Taco Dip—a layering of chopped black olives, diced tomatos, grated Cheddar, guacamole, refried beans, sliced green onions and sour cream, served…
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SUPER BOWL: The “Bivalve Bowl”

From January 26th through January 31st, the New England Patriots-Seattle Seahawks Super Bowl match-up will be preceded by a competition between bodaceous bivalves. The storied Grand Central Oyster Bar in the heart of Manhattan is hosting “Super Bowl XLIX Oyster Platter,” pitting two New England oysters (Katama and Wellfleet) against two Washington challengers (Discovery Bay…
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