We all know what Super Bowl means….food, lots and lots of food; oh yes and I guess football. But for a lot of us, who don’t even really know who is playing or what a football even looks like, food is the central core of what Super Bowl Sunday is all about. I have to admit that for the last couple of weeks, I have been searching magazines, web sites, blogs and Face Book for new recipes that would make this 50th Super Bowl special. So it is with great expectation that the menu is settled. Since we are packing, getting ready to move to Arizona, our house isn’t exactly what you would call cozy right now, but due to some circumstances, we are blessed to be hosting this most significant event. Remembering the year I turned 50 brought back so many thoughts of how to celebrate, and what I would want for my celebratory meal (you know, just in case I didn’t make it to 51 due to the high cholesterol count AND extra weight AND having a consistent diet of butter, chocolate, whipping cream and cream cheese), I began to think that maybe this special 50th Super Bowl Game should be celebrated with lots of different foods. What better way than to go back through the recipe books from 50 years ago. So if you google recipes from 1966, these are the recipes which will be fun to serve this Sunday!
The Frank Blandi’s Devonshire Sandwich (you can google the recipe)
Lipton Onion Soup Dip
Meatballs with Grape Jelly
Pigs In A Blanket
Tunnel of Fudge Cake