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WE RECOMMEND:

Sports Sunday Celebration

December 30, 2011

Let the games begin! Sunday afternoons are an excellent time to get friends together and celebrate championship football games with good food. This game-watching menu has a Tex-Mex vibe that's high on flavor and easy on the cook. Just follow our tips and you'll be known as everyone's favorite party hosts.

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Let Your Invitations Bowl Over Your Guests

  • Make an invitation to resemble a scoreboard. Decorate it with sports stickers found at party and gift stores. Indicate "The clock is running, so don't be late."

  • Or look at the many choices for doing online invitations. They are perfect for these casual events and you’ll more likely get an RSVP!

Get to Know the Stars

  • Pin the name of a current player, coach or game-winning MVP on the backs of guests as they arrive. Guests then have to guess who they are by asking questions of others.

  • Look for more trivia to add into your event by checking out official NFL history.

Decorate with Style

  • Create team pennants from colored card stock, and attach to wooden sticks. Place a bunch in a spray-painted foam ball for a centerpiece. Scatter collector sports cards around the centerpiece.

  • Use our centerpiece-worthy Football Cupcake Pull-Aparts on the serving table, using a green table runner or that Easter basket grass to extend the playing field!

Menu

The zest of lime meets a punch of chili, garlic, onion and cayenne in a corny crunchy cereal mix.
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Dig in to a delicious homemade dip. Make it by layering your favorite Mexican ingredients.
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Voted Best Dazzling Drink of 2008! Frozen strawberries add a berry-best twist to classic margaritas!
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You may never return to regular lemonade after you try this refreshingly fruity cooler.
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Wondering what to serve the gang? Put the slow cooker on the buffet and let them wrap their own.
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Top crisp tostada shells with a spicy chicken mixture slow-cooked to perfection.
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Holy guacamole indeed! This garlicky recipe has 64% less fat than the original version.
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Organic fire roasted tomatoes, chiles, fresh cilantro and lime juice make a fiery salsa in 15 minutes flat.
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Take this coleslaw along to your next potluck! Lime juice and cilantro add extra-fresh flavor and corn bumps up the color.
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15% fewer calories • 30% less fat • 68% more vitamin A than the original recipe. Bean salad gets sassy and healthier, too.
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Super-size crunchy cookies will warm a cool kitchen and fill it with memorable sweet smells and tastes!
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The trademark German chocolate brownie is made of mild, sweet chocolate and has an irresistibly rich and gooey nutty, coconut frosting.
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Indulge in the ultimate peanut butter-chocolate bar, chock-full of a favorite candy.
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Craving chocolate? Five ingredients you might already have in your cupboard are all it takes to make delicious chocolate chunk bars.
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