Super Bowl Snacks

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Super Bowl Snacks
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Super Bowl season is upon us, and to food fans that means one thing: a chance to throw a party and eat a lot of delicious dude food. We pulled together our favorite recipes from eHow Food experts, including Latin Food expert Daisy Martinez and guy food guru Josh Ozersky, to give you the perfect menu for the big game.

The Best Guacamole Ever
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The Best Guacamole Ever

To us, guacamole falls into the same category as doughnuts and burgers, i.e. a mediocre rendition is still pretty darn satisfying. But we didn’t know what we were missing all those years until we had Daisy Martinez’s guac. Her secret? Don’t scrimp on the seasoning -- a heavy hand with cilantro, garlic and citrus is your path to happiness.

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Pulled Pork Tacos with Chorizo
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Pulled Pork Tacos with Chorizo

These bad boys take a little work up front, but man, are they worth it. Warm spices like cinnamon, clove and cumin meld with the lusciously slow-cooked pork and spicy chorizo for a rich, savory mouthful. Make it ahead of time, then all you have to do on game day is heat up some tortillas and garnish with cheese and cilantro.

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Simple Onion Sliders
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Simple Onion Sliders

Bite-size and meaty, Josh’s take on the humble slider is super easy to make and infused with onions from his (patent-pending) “onion water” technique. Throw on some cheese and an appropriately squishy bun, and you have the perfect “purist burger” that would please even the burger master himself.

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Spicy Chipotle Meatballs
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Spicy Chipotle Meatballs

Every culture has its meatball, but these spicy specimens from Daisy don’t need gravy or red sauce to punch them up. Chipotle chilies, garlic and cumin give the meatballs a serious kick … which makes them all the more delicious.

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Homemade Salsa
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Homemade Salsa

Salsa is a state of mind more than anything else -- it’s a process that you can apply to any combination of fruit, citrus and heat (within the boundaries of good taste, of course) to get a delicious dip. But if you’re not in the mood to experiment, Daisy has two great salsa options that are as easy as 1-2-3.

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Duck Fat French Fries
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Duck Fat French Fries

We will grant that this dish is a bit of a labor of love -- like all good French fries, these are blanched in duck fat, frozen and then re-fried in canola oil for the crispiest taste. But these are also some of the best fries we’ve ever eaten, made even better by the fact that they were produced in front of our very eyes and not in a restaurant kitchen. Make them and your friends will love you forever.

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Five-Way Cincinnati Chili
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Five-Way Cincinnati Chili

Chili is a study in improvisation and regional character. Some folks quibble over the addition of tomatoes or beans, but one thing chili always has is beef, spice and an undeniable comfort food cache. Serve this traditional take on chili on its own or Cincinnati-style, like Josh does, over a bed of spaghetti.

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Vegetarian Black Bean and Squash Chili
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Vegetarian Black Bean and Squash Chili

This hearty chili makes up for the lack of meat with a hearty pour of dark beer -- stouts, porters and nut-brown ales all work well -- that mixes with the black beans and squash for a satisfying meatless meal.

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Josh's Ultimate Cheesesteak
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Josh's Ultimate Cheesesteak

Meat and cheese wedded together in an unholy marriage -- what’s not to love?

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Zucchini Fritters
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Zucchini Fritters

Bear with us. These Middle Eastern-inspired fritters do seem a bit veggie-forward … but they have plenty of cheese and egg to make them decadent. Plus, we like them because they’re a little different. (Hint: if you have leftovers, which we strongly doubt, they make excellent dinner as well).

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