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    Superbowl food....

    Each year I host the superbowl for some of my friends.

    It has become a tradition that I try to make some food from the area where the two superbowl teams come from. This year I need some help, what are typical dishes from san fran and Baltimore? Prefarable men food like dishes, and even better if they are made on grill or smoker. If they include bacon even better

    I really hope that I get to make st louis style spare ribs next year!

    Go Rams!


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    Re: Superbowl food....

    Baltimore: crab cakes

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    Re: Superbowl food....

    San Fran...... Rice a Roni?

    But seriously, Tetrazzini supposedly originated from San Fran.

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    Re: Superbowl food....

    Seems to be pretty borring food in these to areas.....

    The search for man food continues Maybe I should change the rules of the game and make food from division rivals of the Superbowl contenders. Than I could make RoethlisBurger and St. Louis style ribs....

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    Re: Superbowl food....

    Cracked Dungeness Crab, Marinated overnite in olive oil, vinegar, chopped garlic & parsley with salt & pepper to taste. Add in some sourdough french bread on the side & a Rouge Ale of your choice. pure heaven.

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    Re: Superbowl food....

    Quote Originally Posted by BIG-BLUE View Post
    Cracked Dungeness Crab, Marinated overnite in olive oil, vinegar, chopped garlic & parsley with salt & pepper to taste. Add in some sourdough french bread on the side & a Rouge Ale of your choice. pure heaven.
    Sounds great, but one minor problem. Where can I buy Dungeness Crabs in Denmark??

    Well just started curing some Bacon so that I can put it on the smoker in 5 days time, at least I will have home made Bacon to put on something on SuperBowl sunday.

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    Re: Superbowl food....

    You might want to try a Frisco favorite called "Troll House" cookies. It was a concoction made by some trolls and their butt buddies who hang out under the Goldie Gate bridge.

    On the other hand mebbe not......

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    Re: Superbowl food....

    Quote Originally Posted by clarasDK View Post
    Sounds great, but one minor problem. Where can I buy Dungeness Crabs in Denmark??

    Well just started curing some Bacon so that I can put it on the smoker in 5 days time, at least I will have home made Bacon to put on something on SuperBowl sunday.
    Have it dry iced shipped. be prepared to throw down some ducketts.
    Here in Nor Cal about this time of year all the crab feeds get going & for $40 bucks you can feast like a Viking. It's simply awesome.
    Another fav. is to marinate a Tri Tip in coke, oyster sauce (just a lil) garlic, rosemary & just about anything else you like. The coke opens up the meat allows the other flavors to sink in. BBQ for 7-12 mins. per side then wrap in alum foil and let it finish cooking in the foil, about 35-45 mins. & then slice. great on a french roll.
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