Super Bowl Recipe Month: Designated Driver Drinks And The Football Foodie Year In Review

By: 02.01.13  •  10 Comments

Super Bowl Recipe Month: Designated Driver Drinks And The Football Foodie Year In Review

The last couple of days of the 2012-2013 NFL season are finally here. Time to suck the marrow from the bone and crown a new champion. One last game, one last party, one last excuse to eat your own weight in nachos.

It’s been a fun season having the Football Foodie column run here on KSK and I’ve loved all the comments and the interaction with fellow fans who also enjoy putting a little extra effort into their game day spreads. Thanks to all of you for making this year fun.

So let’s wrap this up with a drink for the designated drivers and the extra DUI checkpoints across the country this weekend and review the complete rundown of all the snacks — 52 of them! —  from this season. [Update from the comments: Yes! Also very good for the pregnant ladies watching the Super Bowl!]

To the recipes!

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