We'll then shuttle the kids back and forth to their 2 afternoon church activities before getting together at my place with some friends (these friends) for TACO SALAD and the game.
Because nothing says "Superbowl" to me like chili, nachos, or tacos. And I heart taco salad. And I wanted it easy this year.
My daughter and her choir/youth group made the chili on Thursday night at the church to sell as a fundraiser. They made 98 quarts of chili! So the hard part is done. I just have to do some chopping - onions, tomatoes, bell peppers and such - and some combining to lay out toppings, salsa and guacamole. Easy-peasy!
Let's take a vote: do you like guacamole? I find people either love it or hate it. I can remember eating my mom's guacamole on Ritz crackers when I was in pig tails. (Sadly, she passed away when I was a teen, taking her recipie with her.) Here is Alton Brown's Guacamole Recipe - but don't just take my rec for it, it's gotten 258 rave reviews.
Meanwhile, continuing my easy-peasy theme this Superbowl, I'm serving a football Carvel ice cream cake for dessert. I heart ice cream cakes too.
What will you be doing/serving/eating this Superbowl?
Giving God thanks today for church youth group leaders.