I love that we have a day designed to celebrate love!
While food blog might not be the right place to express disdain for a football team, I really need to get this out there: I am NOT rooting for the Steelers this weekend. No, I'm not a Ravens fan. I don't really have any loyalty toward a football team. However, I am tired of the Steelers always winning! What I'm not tired of, however, is delicious game-day food. Even if I don't care about the teams in question, I'm a big fan of putting on a jersey, popping open a cold beer, and digging into some good food. So, without further ado, here are some of my favorite Super Bowl recipes:
Nothing spreads holiday cheer quite like sharing some homemade goodies with friends and neighbors.
While the average holiday weight gain is only one pound, too many people gain that pound and never lose it. From cheese-laden appetizers to sugar-filled desserts, it’s easy to pack on that single pound and plenty more.
Christmas is a time of giving gifts, being surrounded by family, and eating delicious food. Instead of spending Christmas morning in the kitchen, prepare a make-ahead breakfast casserole. By preparing most of your holiday brunch the day before, you won’t have to miss more than a minute of your family’s holiday fun.