Menu: A Super Bowl Spread

A Super Bowl Spread

A Super Bowl Spread

Whether you're a die-hard football fan, or—let's be honest—just in it for the food, this array of crowd-pleasing dishes is sure to keep everyone happy on Super Bowl Sunday. A big pot of chili with tender pulled pork satisfies hearty appetites, while easy-to-eat small bites round out the spread: spicy Buffalo chicken wings, mini molten mozzarella sandwiches, nachos, and more. See the menu »Todd Coleman, Luca Trovato
Chavela (Mexican Beer with Tomato Juice)

Chavela (Mexican Beer with Tomato Juice)

A classic version of a Mexican cerveza preparada (prepared beer), the chavela couldn't be simpler: tomato juice, hot sauce, beer, lemon, and ice, with a salted rim.Maxime Iattoni

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  1. To streamline prep, make the salsa a few days ahead. The day before the game, cook the pork for the chili and bake the blondies and peanut butter cookies; store the desserts in an airtight container at room temperature to keep them fresh.
  2. Stock up on a few different kinds of beer; you'll want a light-bodied Mexican beer for the Chavela, but you'll probably want to have some other brews on hand as well. And If you're looking for something fancier, try one of our favorite beer cocktails.
  3. Our guacamole starts with a paste of onions, cilantro, jalapeño, and salt ground together in a molcajete—though a bowl and a fork work just fine, too. Follow our step-by-step instructions to see how to make it.
  4. For more recipe ideas, see our gallery of Super Bowl snacks.