Ready for Game Day

While some folks are excited about this Sunday's game, we have never been big sports fans. What we do love about any game day is hanging out with friends and family. Instead of the game, we focus on the food. Game day is all about the delicious but not-so-healthy pub foods and yummy desserts. Here are a few ideas for your game day feasting. For more ideas, check out the full listing.

Queso Corn Fundido

This warm, cheesy dip is filled with corn goodness. Mild Poblano chilies add just the right amount of heat.

Queso Corn Fundido

Black Bean Dip

This dip uses canned beans, store-bought salsa, and pantry staples for a tasty dip. Serve it with queso corn fundido and a pile of tortilla chips.

Black Bean Dip

Spicy Slow Cooker Pulled Pork

This spicy pulled pork is a great way to feed a crowd. Make it a day or two ahead and heat it up on game day. Put out fixings to make tacos, sliders, or rice bowls and let your guests design their own tasty creations.

Spicy pulled pork tacos and sliders

Sticky Pork Ribs

These ribs are juicy, tender, and glazed with a delicious Asian barbecue sauce. They can be made a couple of days ahead then reheated and finished on game day.

Sticky Pork Ribs

Furikake Spam Buns

These Hawaii-fied treats are a cross between spam musubi and pigs-in-the-blanket. They are a tasty finger food, perfect for watching the game.

Furikake Spam Buns

Saltine Crack Candy

Put out containers of this homemade chocolate, caramel candy for your guests to enjoy. They will never guess it contains saltine crackers.

Saltine Crack Candy

Chocolate Haupia Pie for a Crowd

Delicious shortbread crust with layers of chocolate and haupia (coconut) puddings and topped off with pillowy whipped cream - a decadent dessert, perfect to serve on paper plates to a large crowd.

Chocolate haupia pie for a crowd



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