>Superbowl eats 2010.
Okay, so we baked potatoes, scooped out potato and set it aside, and then filled the skins with a pre-made mashed potato mix. The mashed potato mix included: horseradish, bacon, chives, sour cream, cheese.
Topped with more cheese and baked! Then topped with some fresh chives and a dollop of sour cream. Pretty darn yummy.
Brynne’s cupcakes! Brynne is an amazing baker who worked at Michael Mina and Kara’s Cupcakes! Very cool. I was so excited to get her cupcakes. She thought the Saint’s were red though so baked red and blue (Colts) cupcakes! :)
Black beans, chicken, tomato, red onion. This photo is pre-baked. Most of these are because when the food came out I was so hungry that I was buy eating and not shooting! :)
SoCo, amaretto, ginger ale, frozen lime. This was amazing.
Mmmmm. I didn’t try the pickle, but the little rolls were great! And Niki’s aioli was great, too–she put in a bit of Siracha!
Rolled in cinnamon-sugar. They were yummy, but not fluffy like beignets. They were a little bit more churro-ish, but I didn’t mind! :)
There was a lot more food, too, but I didn’t get to take photos of everything–lots of hands in a cramped kitchen with lots of hungry sports fans! :) It was good times though with good food, good people, and a good game. :) Thanks, Niki & Louis!