Celebrity football recipes – It’s superbowl Sunday and that means beer, football and of course food and lots of it! Celebrities love to watch the game too but what food ideas do they have, be them celebrity chefs or regular run of the mill celebs!
Celebrity football recipes
Football recipes don’t have much of a job to do beside being filling and yummy! Of course it helps if they can be easily picked up and the less cutlery the better. Below you can find an excerpt from an MSN slideshow with some celeb favorites:
The “Iron Man” actress, who shared her pico de gallo recipe in a Goop newsletter (http://goop.com/journal/make/86/mexican-dinner-family-style), recommends making a jalapeno-free version for the littlest football fans.
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The celebrity chef (trained at New England Culinary Institute), cookbook author and TV host makes a spinach artichoke dip that would fit right in on a game-day menu.
Get the dip recipe: Alton Brown hot spinach and artichoke dip: http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/alton-brown/hot-spinach-and-artichoke-dip-recipe/index.html
The reality TV star’s Mock-A-Mole – a low-fat guacamole – is a good choice for football fans watching their waistlines. – Bethenny low-fat mock-a-mole: http://www.wendyshow.com/2009/08/10/bethenny_frankel_mockamole/
The former Pittsburgh Steeler (what is his nickname? Jerome the Bus Bettis) has his mom make his favorite sweet potato pie for big family events such as Super Bowl Sunday. Jerome Bettis sweet potato pie recipe: http://www.delish.com/recipes/cooking-recipes/gladys-bettis-pork-chops-sweet-potato-pie
Sourced from MSN, where you can also find more recipes for football night from celebs..
So, what recipes are you making tonight and will they be anything like these celeb faves?
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