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Super Bowl XLV

steve h. Jan 27, 2011 06:32 PM

Green Bay and Pittsburgh, hmmm.
We usually put together a Super Bowl spread with a theme. Last year with New Orleans was a snap. This year? Confusion reigns.
Maybe some cheesy polenta and short ribs?

What are you guys planning?

  1. steve h. Feb 4, 2011 04:02 PM

    The clock is ticking, the theme stuff is out the window.
    Here's the plan:

    • Lobster rolls. I'm boiling-up a batch tonight for dinner. Leftovers will be Sunday's stars.

    • Crab cakes. Not the big, fancy Baltimore cakes, rather the silver-dollar sized, Southern New Jersey guys sauteed in butter.

    • Baked clams. I cribbed a recipe from the Scotto family a long time ago. It's a good recipe.

    There'll be more, just haven't figured it out yet.

    2 Replies
    1. re: steve h.
      nomadchowwoman Feb 5, 2011 07:14 AM

      Any chance you'd share that baked clam recipe?

      1. re: nomadchowwoman
        steve h. Feb 5, 2011 08:01 AM

        Here you go.

        http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/fo...

    2. p
      Polish Princess Feb 2, 2011 07:14 AM

      Chipped Ham BBQ on Kaiser Rolls
      Bourbon Kielbasa
      Wings
      ...

      1. g
        gmk1322 Jan 27, 2011 06:46 PM

        GB: Lots of brauts and saukekrat; cheese plate

        Pittsburgh: Make huge sandwiches with fries stuffed inside (Primonte's???? website for ideas)

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        1. re: gmk1322
          darklyglimmer Feb 4, 2011 06:07 PM

          You're thinking of Primanti Brothers -- French fries and coleslaw. Heart attack on a bun.

          Pittsburgh has a pretty sizable eastern European population; think pirogies, stuffed cabbage, that sort of thing. And I'm sure you'd be safe on both side of the stadium with wings.

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