Eats for the Big Game
Whether you like watching sports or not, most people agree that whether it’s baseball or football, game day appetiz- ers are delicious and make your mouth water.
One of the most common snacks is chicken wings, which can be marinated in a variety of ways and accompanied by a countless number of different dip- ping sauces, not to mention that chicken wings can also be served on or off the bone — the combinations are unlimited!
Many other common game day prep- arations include chips. Potato chips, tortilla chips, veggie chips — there’s a kind for everyone! Chips are often served as the sidekick to various sauces including onion dip, salsa, queso, and spinach-artichoke dip.
Nachos take chips to a whole new level. Who wouldn’t be enticed by tortilla chips piled high with seasoned beef, veggies, and mountains of shred- ded cheese? Salsa, sour cream, and if you’re really feeling adventurous, spicy jalapeños, top this tasty dish.
For healthier eaters, raw vegetable platters, including a variety of veggies served with one or two dipping sauces, have become very common at sports parties. It shows how sensitive hosts are becoming to their party’s growing diversity of guests each year.
As a staple of sports parties, food is one of the most important factors con- tributing to how much one enjoys the big game.
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