You should have one dessert dish so you can have both savory and salty food at your party. Who doesn’t love a good brownie? Sweet chocolaty goodness fresh out of the oven. Even sweeter than watching your friends hang their heads in despair as your team crushes their souls.
The corner pieces are the best. A nice crisp edge with a warm, moist center. And as host of the party, you reserve the right to hog all the corner pieces for yourself. It’s party law and you shouldn’t feel bad about abiding by the rules.
Now we’re really getting to the good stuff. We’re talking ribs, brisket, pulled pork, the whole works. If you haven’t enjoyed a football game with some fall-off-the-bone baby back ribs, you’re missing out.
When it comes to barbecue, there’s really no clear winner between Philadelphia and Boston. Neither city is known for their barbecue. But you personally can be! If you really want to make a good impression, slow cook some ribs or brisket throughout the day leading up to the big game. That way the meat retains a nice smokey flavor.
Just like with bacon, a life without barbecue is not a life worth living. Serving up perfectly cooked barbecue is a great way to ensure the annual Super Bowl party stays at your place. Because let’s be honest, you throw a better party than your friends. And it’s your job to remind them of this fact every chance you get.