Super Bowl Spread

A Super Bowl Spread of epic proportion is what we got when we asked Chef Kevin Hermann for game day recipes that would bring even non-fans to the party. Take these recipes and the impressive Game Day Cocktail by TABLE publisher Justin Matase and you’ll have a spread that’s sure to impress on Super Bowl Sunday.

Game Day Cocktail

Two glasses sit with orange liquid and a lemon peel representative of the game day cocktail for the super bowl spread.

Batch this Apple Cider Manhattan for a blitz that’ll keep all your guests happy!

Chili Baby Back Ribs

A rack of ribs sits covered in beans and other herbs as a part of the super bowl spread.

These fall-of-the-bone ribs will “move the chains!” You’ll have a super bowl of your own with everyone fighting over who gets the last rib.

Marinated Chicken Tostado 

Little tortillas hold chicken, cheese, and cilantro on a grey plate for the super bowl spread.

There’s no flea-flicking when it comes to this chicken.

Roasted Sausage Board

Hungry fans will tackle this board like it’s a Super Bowl running back trying to get to the edge.

Zesty Shrimp Roll

Add this to your menu playbook and you’re sure to score.

Baked Parmesan Potato Salad

Guests will scramble like a quarterback under pressure at the Super Bowl for this creative bite.

Kick up your Super Bowl party a notch with these other TABLE recipes:

Cheesy Pepper Jelly Cigars

Crab Cakes

Artichoke Dip

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