Foods that are Dallas & Area Specific?
Greetings from Canada! I am looking to cook up Superbowl foods for my friends and always like to try to re-create some of the hosting city's famous dishes. Suggestions would be great on types of dishes or famous restaurants that serve unique North Texas foods.
Thanks in advance and have fun next week!
Being in Canada and assuming you're not going to tend coals to create a smoked brisket, season one up and cook it in the oven, also seasoned ribs or a pork butt (shoulder) and serve with your preference of BBQ sauces. As sides, add a pot of pinto beans, slaw and/or potato salad and a fruit cobbler as desert. Condiment bar of onion, pickles, jalepenos, hot/sweet salad peppers.........
Cook a pot of beef chili - NO beans. Top the individual chili bowls with shredded colby or jack cheese, diced onion, jalapenos and if any need to tame the heat, add sour cream - serve with corn chips or a pan of buttered cornbread - which may or may not include whole/creamed corn, cheese, onion and jalapeno.
Grilled Steak - thick steak, with baked potato.
Chicken/Beef (skirt or flank steak) fajitas with grilled onion and green (bell) peppers (toppers the same as chili) or set up a taco bar.
Beer and margaritas! Salud! and enjoy the game!
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We obviously have lots of Tex-Mex here and those recipes are easy to find. Chili con queso will be at 99% of Super Bowl parties here, just don’t use Velveeta; you can do so much better with a little effort.
Also, though, since deer and dove seasons have just ended you see those at Super Bowl watching parties at people’s houses.
When I can procure these items, I go for venison chili (over tamales) and jalapeno and bacon wrapped grilled dove breast.
Unfortunately we drink a lot of domestic beer down here, but some Shiner Bock would be an authentic, Texas touch.
Enchiladas with chili con carne with crummy margaritas made with syrupy sweet and sour mix and no noticeable lime or tequila. Mediocre chain hamburgers piled with flavorless cheese and bacon, with soggy french fries topped with cold, coagulated cheese. Brisket tacos served on stale flour tortillas for authenticity. Oven roasted "barbecue" doused in store bought barbecue sauce with no discernible smoke flavor. "Sushi" rolls filled with tempura bits, cream cheese, jalapenos, and whatever bits of randomness you can find in the back of your refrigerator.