Your Tailgate/Homegate recipes and ideas! - Page 2 - NFL UK Forums
NFL UK Mobile Logo

Sponsored Links

Reply
 
Thread Tools Display Modes
  #11  
Old 20.02.2016, 06:13 PM
Papi Chulo's Avatar
Papi Chulo Papi Chulo is offline
Pro
 
Join Date: 30.04.2015
Location: Glasgow
Posts: 58
Default

Quote:
Originally Posted by 2-Minuteman View Post
Can't see past decent IPA these days - except for Sam Adams which is the standby-staple for regular season games. Well stocked up for tonight - Large Tescos and Majestic Wines stock a whole range of decent beers.

If you like cracking American IPAs then go for 13 Guns, Easy and Lagunitas
Odell IPA is my personal favourite.
Sponsored Links
  #12  
Old 19.01.2017, 09:45 AM
KingKosar's Avatar
KingKosar KingKosar is offline
All Pro
 
Join Date: 03.09.2007
Location: On the Beach
Posts: 2,871
Default

If you're looking for snacks on Superbowl night, you cant beat some Nuts & Bolts.

Our friends in Wisconsin sent us a batch they had made one Xmas, & it is perfect to put on the table during a game too.

Recipe is on this link:

http://www.onceuponachef.com/2012/01/nuts-n-bolts.html
  #13  
Old 23.01.2017, 03:53 PM
PavlovsDog's Avatar
PavlovsDog PavlovsDog is offline
Hall of Fame
 
Join Date: 06.11.2004
Posts: 18,410
Default

Come Super Bowl Sunday, I have always been obsessed with the idea of preparing snacks/food that relate to the cities of the teams, but usually end up defaulting to the usual suspects - some combination of pizza, hot dogs, dips, wings, nachos.

One of these years, I will find a regional dish worth doing.

The issue with this year though is that New England/Boston and Atlanta seem to throw up things that don't really seem to be snacks enough. Making Clam Chowder, Lobster Rolls and stuff like that seems a bit much.

Any snacky ideas are welcomed.
  #14  
Old 23.01.2017, 11:49 PM
pozbaird's Avatar
pozbaird pozbaird is offline
All Pro
 
Join Date: 14.01.2010
Location: Paisley
Posts: 1,152
Default

This is dead easy, I often make it for lunch..

Buy those part-baked baguettes that you put in the oven.
Butterfly them open and drizzle olive oil down each half.
Place cooked chicken pieces on top.
Cover with grated cheese.
Bake on a tray at 200 degrees for approx 10 mins.
Place on plate and drizzle with sweet chilli sauce.
Serve with good quality salted crisps, potato salad and coleslaw.

Job's a good un'.
  #15  
Old 25.01.2017, 02:45 AM
Stu_T's Avatar
Stu_T Stu_T is offline
MVP
 
Join Date: 25.08.2014
Location: Go Ducks!!!
Posts: 8,128
Default

Quote:
Originally Posted by PavlovsDog View Post
Come Super Bowl Sunday, I have always been obsessed with the idea of preparing snacks/food that relate to the cities of the teams, but usually end up defaulting to the usual suspects - some combination of pizza, hot dogs, dips, wings, nachos.

One of these years, I will find a regional dish worth doing.

The issue with this year though is that New England/Boston and Atlanta seem to throw up things that don't really seem to be snacks enough. Making Clam Chowder, Lobster Rolls and stuff like that seems a bit much.

Any snacky ideas are welcomed.
Soul food for Atlanta Fried chicken and waffles is always great
  #16  
Old 25.01.2017, 08:09 PM
kw13's Avatar
kw13 kw13 is offline
MVP
 
Join Date: 13.01.2011
Location: Go Gators
Posts: 9,034
Default

On the subject of beer, my favourite for the last few years (since trying it in Orlando) is Sam Adams Octoberfest (the Brooklyn Octoberfest is pretty similar, but is even rarer to find in England).

I've also recently become a fan of Marston's, both the Old Empire and Pedigree, I'd been trying to avoid it, because it always seemed like cheap common crap to me, but it's just a good quality beer.

As for food, nothing beats a good homemade chilli.
  #17  
Old 26.01.2017, 10:03 PM
Stu_T's Avatar
Stu_T Stu_T is offline
MVP
 
Join Date: 25.08.2014
Location: Go Ducks!!!
Posts: 8,128
Default

Quote:
Originally Posted by kw13 View Post
As for food, nothing beats a good homemade chilli.
I recommend giving Texas Chilli a try this year with chunks of beef instead of mince. It's cracking stuff.
  #18  
Old 29.01.2017, 12:48 PM
Northerndave Northerndave is offline
Pro
 
Join Date: 04.02.2007
Posts: 45
Default

I'm quite a simple soul when it comes to Superbowl Sunday. The only 'rule' I try to abide is that food has to be American if possible...

So over the years it's been mainly Hot Dogs or Burgers, simple, easy to make and yummy.
  #19  
Old 06.11.2017, 01:40 PM
Sam43Harris's Avatar
Sam43Harris Sam43Harris is offline
Rookie
 
Join Date: 28.10.2016
Posts: 11
Default

Hot wings for me. Not even super bowl Sunday. Every football Sunday (if I am at hlme and free)

Plain niblets/drumettes and wings.
Buy a hot a land spicy batter.
Deep fry until done.
Whilst they’re cooking heat up a pan, knob of butter, whole bottle of franks hot sauce, chopped up chilli, coriander, salt to taste.
As soon as wings are done throw them in there and then demolish once plated!
  #20  
Old 15.11.2017, 12:51 PM
Sam43Harris's Avatar
Sam43Harris Sam43Harris is offline
Rookie
 
Join Date: 28.10.2016
Posts: 11
Default

Quote:
Originally Posted by Sam43Harris View Post
Hot wings for me. Not even super bowl Sunday. Every football Sunday (if I am at hlme and free)

Plain niblets/drumettes and wings.
Buy a hot a land spicy batter.
Deep fry until done.
Whilst they’re cooking heat up a pan, knob of butter, whole bottle of franks hot sauce, chopped up chilli, coriander, salt to taste.
As soon as wings are done throw them in there and then demolish once plated!
From this Sunday..... https://instagram.com/p/BbaHO74HX5K/
Reply

Thread Tools
Display Modes

Posting Rules
You may not post new threads
You may not post replies
You may not post attachments
You may not edit your posts

BB code is On
Smilies are On
[IMG] code is On
HTML code is Off

Forum Jump

Sponsored Links


All times are GMT +0. The time now is 10:50 PM.

Powered by vBulletin® Version 3.8.8
Copyright ©2000 - 2017, vBulletin Solutions, Inc.
 
Copyright © 2016