Intercept Game Day with Local Flavor MVPs

Intercept Game Day with Local Flavor MVPs staff report / Published: February 1, 2017 Share This
Most people come together on Super Bowl Sunday for one of three reasons: the game, the commercials or the food.
You have no control over what happens on the field or during the breaks, but you can keep your guests’ spirits high with a few fabulous dishes. Weekend Times dug through the Local Flavor: Recipes We Love archives to find a few of the best recipes for your game day gathering.

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Buttery Corn Bread

A friend gave me this recipe several years ago, and it’s my favorite. I love to serve the melt-in-your mouth corn bread hot from the oven with butter and syrup. It gets rave reviews on holidays and at potluck dinners. —Nicole Callen, Auburn, California Featured In: 26 Recipes for Homemade Bread Prep: 15 min. Bake: 25 min. MAKES: 15 servings Prep: 15 min. Bake: 25 min.

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Chicken Detox Soup

This looks delicious!!!!



Sommer — February 1st, 2016 @ 9:02 am Hi Rosie, It’s on page 2 of this post. 🙂 Raina Harper — posted January 29, 2016 at 7:08 pm Would really like to try this soup! Ann — posted January 31, 2016 at 2:17 pm Looks great but where is the actual recipe? Sommer — February 1st, 2016 @ 8:54 am Hi Ann! It’s on page 2 of this post. 🙂 Reply Lisa — posted February 12, 2016 at 11:20 am I have been eating this soup for over a week- my sciatica is gone, I’ve lost 8 pounds, and I feel AMAZING.

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Chicken Wonton Soup

I don’t know why it took me so long to make this as it combines the only two things I ever want when I’m sick: chicken noodle and wonton soup. The thing is, when you’re sick, you absolutely do not want to cook anything. (Also sometimes when we’re well, to be completely honest. Shh, don’t tell anyone.) And so for a couple nights, we picked up a decent chicken noodle soup in the neighborhood, but when we tired of that, ordered wonton soup instead. It’s usually a disappointment.

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By deb, smittenkitchen

Make a Quick Mulled Wine in the Microwave

The words “mulled wine” most likely conjure up images of big pots, slowly simmering with vino and spices. That’s all good, but the holidays can be hectic, and you may not have time to babysit a bubbling pot. To infuse wine with aromatics without ever turning on your stove, you’ll need to enlist your microwave.

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By Claire Lower