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 Post subject: Super Bowl Food
PostPosted: Tue Jan 29, 2013 4:41 pm 
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So, we've got the Puppy Bowl thread. I can't be the only one cooking up vegan grub for the big game. What's everyone got planned? I bought my first cans of jackfruit not long ago so I think I'm going to try BBQ jackfruit sandwiches. Also, my Whole Foods sometimes has the Beyond Meat Buffalo chicken strips so I'm hoping to buy a ton of that if possible. Just not sure what to do about veggies. Coleslaw seems like the obvious choice.

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 Post subject: Re: Super Bowl Food
PostPosted: Tue Jan 29, 2013 6:00 pm 
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I think I'm going to make a big 'ol thing of chipotle black bean chili and have a Frito Pie party. Load up on the sides and make it customizable. I prefer mine with chopped white onion, jalapenos, nooch and a crapload of ketchup. I'll make mustard, Daiya cheddar and relish available for people with worse taste than me. And then go to a local bar, drink too much (for me that's 1 and 1/2 glasses of red wine) and watch the 'Niners kick ace.

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 Post subject: Re: Super Bowl Food
PostPosted: Tue Jan 29, 2013 6:20 pm 
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This is my second SB with biker boy and his friends, who are all omnis. Last year we did a taco bar, which worked out really well. I supplied the PPK ancho lentil taco filling, which everyone really loved, and a mini crockpot of ctate's queso, which I doubt anyone tried since there was regular queso there too. It sounds like we're going to do the same this year... lots of toppings so it's customizable to everyone's tastes. I might try jackfruit carnitas this year instead of the lentils (in which case I will probably get some tofurky chorizo too... for some reason bb's omni friends think that stuff's the shiz.)

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 Post subject: Re: Super Bowl Food
PostPosted: Tue Jan 29, 2013 9:11 pm 
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I don't care about the super bowl at all but please will someone veganize this?

http://www.buzzfeed.com/rachelysanders/ ... -layer-dip

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 Post subject: Re: Super Bowl Food
PostPosted: Wed Jan 30, 2013 10:10 am 
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I wanted to have a superbowl party just for the excuse to make a bunch of snack food. I don't even know who's playing.

Husband says no.

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 Post subject: Re: Super Bowl Food
PostPosted: Wed Jan 30, 2013 10:49 am 
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I have a superbowl party every year and never know who's playing. It's all about the food. I don't even have a TV this year, but I will be making superbowl themed food anyway. This thread needs pics
Last year I made this cheesy pull apart bread
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(cut the bread from the top in a grid pattern, pour melted EB into the cracks, sprinkle with whatever seasonings you want and stuff with sauteed mushrooms/other veggies and daiya. Bake until the cheese melts.
-MBM's tempeh wingz (EVERY YEAR)
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-pigs in a blanket (tofu pup pieces wrapped in crescent rolls)
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-jalapeno poppers (mix toffuti cream cheese with garlic and daiya, stuff into jalapenos, then dip the whole thing in soy milk and then bread crumbs and bake)
-chili cheesy dip (toffuti cream cheese base, any chili over that, and daiya on top, bake until melty and yum)
-super cute football cupcakes
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 Post subject: Re: Super Bowl Food
PostPosted: Wed Jan 30, 2013 10:50 am 
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oh, and beer. Lots of beer.


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 Post subject: Re: Super Bowl Food
PostPosted: Wed Jan 30, 2013 11:07 am 
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those pigs in a blanket look great! Everyone is Boston is subdued this year and not sure anyone I know will actually have a party.

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 Post subject: Re: Super Bowl Food
PostPosted: Wed Jan 30, 2013 11:32 am 
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Aww, man! Those pics joyful girl! Especially the cheesy bread. I've been meaning to make those tempeh wingz for a long, long time but never get around to it. It's tough being in the west because the game starts early(ish) and I've only got so much time to cook. Plus, I like watching the hours long pre-game show. After all, it's some of the last real football coverage I'm going to get for months.

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 Post subject: Re: Super Bowl Food
PostPosted: Wed Jan 30, 2013 11:45 am 
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The wingz come together pretty fast. And in the past I've breaded and baked them in the evening, then just reheated and sauced the next day, which worked great. They're a must have at our house.

I haven't figured out everything I'm making yet, but there will definitely be wings with blue cheese dip and something spinach-artichoke (usually kmouse's dip, possibly hummus this time). That pull apart bread looks incredible!

I couldn't care less about either of these teams, but everyone knows it's really about the food.


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 Post subject: Re: Super Bowl Food
PostPosted: Wed Jan 30, 2013 1:47 pm 
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There are 5 delicious looking superbowl dishes making the rounds on twitter right now. Link:

http://www.forksoverknives.com/recipes-for-super-bowl-xlvii/#.UQhP33-lspk.wordpress


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 Post subject: Re: Super Bowl Food
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Pinko wrote:
The wingz come together pretty fast. And in the past I've breaded and baked them in the evening, then just reheated and sauced the next day, which worked great. They're a must have at our house.

I haven't figured out everything I'm making yet, but there will definitely be wings with blue cheese dip and something spinach-artichoke (usually kmouse's dip, possibly hummus this time). That pull apart bread looks incredible!

I couldn't care less about either of these teams, but everyone knows it's really about the food.


Hey Pinko, what recipe do you use for the blue cheese dip? I want to make a buffalo chicken dip and it calls for blue cheese dressing, but all the dressing recipes I've seen online don't sound very good.

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 Post subject: Re: Super Bowl Food
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I make this one: http://www.earthenfeast.com/recipe-vega ... heese.html

Solipsistnation linked to it once and I really like it. I'm not sure how blue cheese-y it is (my memory is pretty dim), but it makes a nice tangy compliment to the heat of buffalo stuff.


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 Post subject: Re: Super Bowl Food
PostPosted: Wed Jan 30, 2013 7:28 pm 
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Thanks for posting that Pinko (and Solipsisnation by extension). I'm always looking for something blue cheesy to go with the wingz


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 Post subject: Re: Super Bowl Food
PostPosted: Thu Jan 31, 2013 12:29 pm 
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I'm thinking of taking the cashew queso from the PPK blog to a party in which my partner and I will likely be the only vegans. This will be my first time trying the recipe, so I might try to make it Saturday in case things don't work out well. Does anyone know if this is the type recipe that improves overnight? Also, any reason not to use an immersion blender?


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 Post subject: Re: Super Bowl Food
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Thanks for the link!

JillW wrote:
I'm thinking of taking the cashew queso from the PPK blog to a party in which my partner and I will likely be the only vegans. This will be my first time trying the recipe, so I might try to make it Saturday in case things don't work out well. Does anyone know if this is the type recipe that improves overnight? Also, any reason not to use an immersion blender?

I don't know about the overnight thing but I'm thinking you might have a hard time blending the cashews with an immersion blender. I've never tried it though, so who knows!

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 Post subject: Re: Super Bowl Food
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Going to a friend's house to watch it (normally don't care, but want to watch the 49ers, and I got involved in a pool at work, so now I have to watch!), and we're bringing homemade hummus, big soft pretzels (from Joy of Vegan Baking), and Jalapeno poppers (http://www.namelymarly.com/2012/12/vega ... o-poppers/). I love poppers, so I'm excited to try out this recipe. I'm even considering making the cream cheese from Artisan Vegan Cheese to stuff them with.

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 Post subject: Re: Super Bowl Food
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I'm doing stuffed roasted jalapenos. Poppers are too much work for me!

I am tempted to do MBM's wingz as well, but I'm afraid that I'm going to make way too much stuff and waste money.

I'll be at a friend's house for the event. I didn't REALLY care (there will also be board games), but then the SFPL and the Baltimore library made a bet, and it has to do with POETRY. So now I really care a lot. Dammit, libraries! Stop being awesome.

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 Post subject: Re: Super Bowl Food
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we're doing the same thing we do every year...

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(buffalo tofu, pommes frites, crudite with garlic/blue cheese dip. recipes here: http://veganmenu.blogspot.com/2012/02/s ... ommes.html )

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 Post subject: Re: Super Bowl Food
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I wasn't planning on anything, but I realize I am going to a friend's house the day before so I might make that dip Pinko posted...

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 Post subject: Re: Super Bowl Food
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I could really give a crepe about football. Usually it's an excuse to eat appetizers all day

But this year my parnters record label is throwing a HUGE party, and asking people to bring food. I have AWESOME sausage rolls that would be perfect, but they need to be eaten right out of the oven, so no.

Im drawing a blank. What should I bring? nothing scary vegan, no hummus, and something that is easy to bring.

maybe chilli? everyone likes chilli right?


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 Post subject: Re: Super Bowl Food
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It's just me and my husband, so I'm trying to figure out what to make that won't be too much for 2 people. Last year I did jalapeño popper dip with Daiya, vegan cream cheese, and panko in a skillet, cashew queso, and The Pioneer Woman's salsa recipe (this may be the only vegan recipe on Pioneer Woman!) and it was wayyyy too much.

This year I'm thinking I'll do a half recipe of the salsa, possibly baked jalapeño poppers, and maybe sliders using the black bean burger recipe from Veganomicon if I can find vegan friendly dinner rolls.

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 Post subject: Re: Super Bowl Food
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I'm making king cake, since it's in New Orleans this year, and it's Mardi Gras!
http://kitteekake.blogspot.com/2008/02/king-cake.html


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 Post subject: Re: Super Bowl Food
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I was going to post this in food porn but this works here too.

We made a vegan snackadium full of every vegan snack we could get our hands on.

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It took 14 hours, 4 people and totals over 40,000 calories!

The stadium frame is about 5'x3'x13". I'm posting more details about snacks in the Food Porn thread.

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 Post subject: Re: Super Bowl Food
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I'm a little hazy about what the Superbowl even involves, but now I want a vegan snackadium.

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