Party prepping for the big game? Check out are 34 of my favorite game day recipes!
So as you all know, there is a big football game on February 4th. I can’t say the name of this game, because of copyright infringement and I would prefer to go through life without getting sued, so I call it “The Big Game” a lot in other football game day recipes’ posts. (In case you all were wondering why I never called the big game by it’s real name, I am loving that lawsuit-less life right now. Not that I think anyone was wondering, but now you know). If you’re still not catching what I’m throwing, like the majority of Green Bay’s receivers this season, I’m talking about The Superb Owl.
I do not care about The Superb Owl this season. In fact, the teams that will be playing in the big game have not been even chosen yet (they will be decided after this weekend) and I’m going to publish this game day recipes post before they are decided because I just do not care who is playing. What I do care is about food and that Justin Timberlake is the halftime performance (I am hoping for an NSYNC reunion or for maybe a Janet Jackson redemption). I also care that we will be spending the evening with some of our best friends; we’re hosting a big game, birthday party combo fiesta again this year (I turn 31 the next day), so I’m basically into the big game for eating food with friends in our best athleisure and watching JT at halftime.
If your game day priorities are in line with mine (which I hope they are because if they aren’t you may be a New England or Minnesota fan and we need to reevaluate our friendship), here’s a round up of some of my favorite game day recipes from Off the Eaten Path that are perfect for watching The Superb Owl, but more importantly, Justin Timberlake, in your soft pants and eating a lot.