We are getting ready for the big game tomorrow organizing our Super Bowl Food. The excitement in this city is palpable! A section of Times Square has been converted to Super Bowl Boulevard. It’s crazy, you can even ride a toboggan there. It’s warmed up and the initial rain that was predicted has been taken off the menu. Woo hoo!
My husband and I are having a little party tomorrow and I’m serving up traditional football-watching food. My super easy nachos, spicy chicken chili with all the toppings, along with Jasmine rice, cornbread, a big tossed salad with a sherry vinaigrette and brownies with ice cream and strawberries for dessert. All the recipes are here if you’d like to follow my lead. My husband would totally love those little pigs in a blanket but I won’t let him have it. Way too unhealthy. And last I heard, my good friend Margaret, who is coming, is making homemade stuffed grape leaves. I am very excited for those! I’ve never had homemade grape leaves.
Our January newsletter went out yesterday – in the neck of time. (Yep, last minute Mary here!) The newsletter features recipes not available on the blog and I’m suggesting a great Valentine’s Day menu – Veal Chops with Sage and a super easy Chocolate Souffle. If you’d like to receive it, at no charge, please sign up for it in the upper right hand corner and I’ll be sure to get it to you.
And while I’m at it, a LOVE apron would make a nice little Valentine’s Day gift for your sweetie. Click on the ad in the right hand column and we’ll get one right out to you.
May your favorite team win tomorrow!!