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Super Bowl XLVII – Game Day Recipe Ideas

January 23, 2013 | By More

On February 3rd, 2013 The Baltimore Ravens and The San Francisco 49ers will face off to play Super Bowl XLVII. The 47th instalment of the Super Bowl will be held at the Mercedes Benz SuperDome in New Orleans. If you happened to catch the NFC and AFC championship games, you would know there are is a ton of buzz surrounding this game. It will be the first Super Bowl pitting head coaching brothers, Baltimore’s John Harbaugh and San Francisco’s Jim Harbaugh. This is also the final chance for Ray Lewis to win his 2nd Superbowl ring, since he announced this will be his last year in the league. It’s Joe Flaccos (of the Ravens) chance to rise up to elite QB status, as he faces the 2nd year QB Colin Kaepernick (of the 49ers) who has routinely lead his team from deficits to comeback and win each game needed to reach the Super Bowl.

Whether you are a fan of the game or not, everyone is a fan of the food surrounding the big game day. Aarti Sequeira, the winner of Food Network Star season six, and the host of the Cooking Channel‘s new original series Taste In Translationshares some of her favorite Super Bowl game day recipe ideas with

Aarti’s recipe for Pomegranate, Sriracha and Mint Chicken Wings is a perfect Super Bowl treat. It’s easy to make and tastes delicious, and still exotic enough to satisfy carnivorous foodies! Here are some more of Aarti’s game day recipe ideas!

Looking for something simple, try this guacamole recipe! It only takes a few minutes to make, and goes great on top of fajitas or just serve on its own with tortilla chips. Here are some more recipes, videos and tips to help you enjoy your food as much as the game itself!

Looking to throw a super bowl party? We have you covered (More Party Tips)! Make sure to abide by Super Bowl Party Etiquette. Looking for more food ideas? Try making a Game Day Bacon Cheeseburger, Green Bay Cheesesteak, Hawaiian Garlic Chicken, Football Finger Foods / Tailgate Finger Foods and Super Bowl Food. Still hungry? The Food Network, Epicurious, and All Recipes also have great guides to Super Bowl eats.

Besides the hype and all those Super Bowl commercials, what are you most looking forward to about the big game? What will you be munching on as you sit back and enjoy the game?

The 47th Super Bowl will take place on Sunday, February 3, 2013. Kickoff is scheduled for 6:30 EST on CBS.

Aarti Sequeira’s Taste In Translation airs on the Cooking Channel Friday nights at at 9:00PM ET / 6:00PM PT. On Taste In Translation, Aarti explores the most popular dishes from around the world as well as the history and cultural significance behind every bite. Each country has its own unique and delicious way to celebrate a holiday, commemorate a special moment, or even satisfy a ravenous craving. From the number one comfort food in America to the most popular first date dinner in Thailand, Aarti not only tastes her way from dish to dish but also discovers how they became iconic from both local cooks and culinary experts.

Watch Taste In Translation on the Cooking Channel Friday nights at at 9:00PM ET / 6:00PM PT.

Image Credit: Mark A. Hathaway, Flickr

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Category: Food, People, Recipes

  • Nice recipes! If I wasn’t married to one of the BEST chefs in Toronto, well perhaps I would try a little bit harder!!