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Watching the Super Bowl from home on Sunday? Here's our guide to the best game day recipes
Watching the Super Bowl from home on Sunday? Here's our guide to the best game day recipes

Watching the Super Bowl from home on Sunday? Here's our guide to the best game day recipes

Like most other events that lend themselves to gathering, this year's Super Bowl celebrations will probably look smaller than what we're used to. However, fewer people doesn't mean that you can't enjoy one of the best parts of the big game: snacking. You can even take the opportunity to make more refined versions of your favorite dishes that wouldn't necessarily play to a larger crowd. Whether you are looking to go all-in on appetizers, opt for making your own creative pizza or coat your wings in a sauce bursting with unexpected flavors, consider this your guide to the ultimate game day feast. 


It's made with garlic and sweet Gorgonzola and topped with grapes and garden vegetables.


This easy-to-make chili is an ideal meal after a full day spent in the kitchen. 

When chunks of oven-roasted chicken, andouille sausage, okra and green peppers kicked with Cajun spices converge in a chocolate roux, the gumbo doesn't get any better. Mix in some blues, rustle up some booze and party Mardi Gras style when you serve this gumbo from Highway 61 Roadhouse.



This recipe is specifically designed for charcoal grills, and you’ll need a couple of handfuls of thin wood chips when grilling the pizzas.

Filetti is a traditional style of Neapolitan pizza made with fresh cherry tomatoes and no sauce.

Pizza Margherita is one of the two best-known types of Neapolitan pizza.

Watch Feast TV host Cat Neville make this recipe on location at L'Ecole Culinaire in our Pizza! episode.

Simplicity is the cornerstone of Neapolitan cooking, and this classic pizza is simplicity at its best. Enjoy with an Italian wine and wait for visions of Naples to dance through your head.



If you’re cooking cornbread over a campfire, use a Dutch oven with a lid.


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Kasey Carlson is the assistant editor of Feast Magazine. She loves to cook, is obsessed with plants and is on a quest to try every bao she can find.

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