We know a lot of you are going to throw their own parties - here are recipes for the standards and ideas for new, healthy alternatives.
This weekend is Super Bowl Sunday. While we know many of you were rooting for teams that did not make it into the big game, we also know you still will be glued to your television Sunday, watching a great game, great commercials and a great halftime show. We wanted to give you a resource to prepare all the food your friends and family will no doubt look forward to eating. So, just click on the links below to take you to the site with the recipe.
Super Bowl Sunday is nearly here, so allow us to share some recipes and tips to ensure your party's a success and no one gets sick! If you have a favorite recipe, share it with Patch readers.
Whether you watch it for the commercials, the half-time show or as intended — to see the game — for many people the Super Bowl is one of the big party events of the New Year. As you go about preparing your party plans, we here at Patch want to share some safety tips and recipe ideas to make your day fun. The Super Bowl is set for Feb. 3 and will include lots of snacks, beverages and other sweet treats. Here are some tips to make sure you follow the “food safety playbook.” While one popular way to celebrate football games is to hold a buffet, that type of food service, where foods may be out for long periods, leaves the door open for bacteria that cause foodborne illnesses, according to the DuPage County Health Department. The health …