With the holidays hitting us, it’s time to look at how and where you are going to watch all the NFL games this season.
COVID has been a purple-nurple of pain to this whole NFL season, with loads of fans cancelling plans to meet up in public, and forcing punters to stay at home and connect with other fans digitally.
Obviously we would love to meet up with all of you every Sunday at the Sports Bar & Grill (Clapham & Old Street), but bearing that, we wanted to offer you some Gameday Recipes in case you were looking to host the game at yours.
An NFL menu is essential to the legitimacy of any football party, which is why we comprised some great recipes we found online to help you in crafting your NFL menu.
Traditional football foods are always winners, with wings, burgers, nachos and hot dogs kicking the PAT on every attempt.
UK delivery options are very limited here, although we have found Wendy’s opening across Britain, which makes it a tasty treat for any NFL viewing party.
A Chopped Cheese sandwich is pretty much a Philly Cheesesteak, for anyone who hasn’t had one.
Traditionally served on a ‘hero roll’, these yummy, steaky, cheesy sandwiches are so addictive, you will probably get real fat, real quick.
In this video, our punctured millennials offer their versions of how to make this east coast classic.
While the hosts might be a tad annoying, this sandwich looks absolutely delish!
Skyline Chili Dip
If you have ever visited Cincinnati, you might have had the chance to try something that they call a ‘Skyline Chili Dip’.
Essentially it’s just a buttload of cheese, chili and what can only be described as a hint of awesome in it.
A very easy and simple recipe to make, this Ohio couple shares their best recipe.
Practice makes perfect before your next Super Bowl party.
Enchilada. Sounds like a made up word, but as Thor said ‘all words are made up.’
Chicken Enchilada’s are a lovely Mexican treat that warms up any football party.
Easy to make, and perfect to prepare ahead of time, this recipe will bowl over any of your friends and family who might pop over to watch the games.
The only problem with this recipe, is being able to make enough for everyone!
Buffalo Chicken Meatballs
Even the name sounds mouth-watering and delicious.
Taking the traditional classics of meatballs and buffalo spiciness, this winning combo is sure to be the big hit at any NFL party.
Lots of your friends might like varying levels of spice, so it’s a good idea to make a variety of balls from ‘mild’ to ‘shitting yourself hot.’
The French Connection is a Christmas movie, and we will fight anyone who dares say different.
Holiday violence aside, the French Dip is a classic American sandwich despite the name that might suggest otherwise.
These sandwiches are easy to prep, and can be made ahead of time so that you can pop and lock them up in time for kick off.
In this video our private chef ‘bro’ breaks down his simple recipe on this olde time classic.
Chicken wings are the NFL main stay for any great party.
And when you think of great wings, you gotta think of Gordon Ramsay! Huh?
When Gordon’s not busy calling people a donkey or the C-word, he’s busy cooking…or attaching his name to ridiculous products.
Gordon Ramsay does his take on the classic chicken wings recipe. And while we probably wouldn’t EVER serve these at a Super Bowl party (maybe a Pro Bowl Party), it’s Gordon Fucking Ramsay, and this is the best Catalina Wine Mixer ever.
Those are just some of our Gameday Recipes for this holiday season.
Make sure that you join us every Sunday at the Sports Bar & Grill in Old Street or Clapham.
See ya Sunday!