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Football, Friends and Food

The big game is coming up! If you’ve been missing the camaraderie of fall tailgating, here is your opportunity to do it again. You may not be at the game or even outside for that matter, but you can create the same exciting atmosphere right there at home. Although, I’m all about food, it’s the people that really make a party fun.

Having a game day party can be as easy as inviting a bunch of folks over and asking them to bring a dish share or as complicated as preparing all of the food yourself and decorating to the hilt. If you’re a tailgater, you obviously don’t begrudge the work!  Whatever you plan to do, the food must be plentiful. After all, this big game day is the second biggest eating day of the year following Thanksgiving.

Sakes Alive Bars

“Sakes Alive” Chocolate Fudge Bars

A good party consists of both savory and sweet food items.  If you’re the hostess or bringing something sweet to a friend’s, chocolate is a safe bet. Sakes Alive Chocolate Fudge Bars are easy to make and baked in a 9×13-inch pan, makes plenty for a crowd. My personal go-to recipe is Double Chocolate Saucepan Brownies. Double the recipe and bake the brownies in a 9×13-inch pan, for a bunch of hungry fans.

What’s your go-to game day snack?

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