They're celebrating the big game with crowd-pleasing recipes inspired by the New England Patriots and Philadelphia Eagles. They show us how to make New England lobster roll sliders with crispy vinegar potato chips for the Patriots and classic Philly cheese steak sandwiches and salty soft pretzels for the Eagles.
It's hard not to love a Cheese Steak sandwich because it's really everything you want to eat -- and probably know you shouldn't. Tender meat with crispy edges, flavorful, caramelized onions and peppers, smothered in gooey, melty cheese and served between crusty, soft bread. Game day, made.
As a kid, there was nothing quite like a warm, soft pretzel bought on a street corner or, most often, at some sort of sporting event. Whether it's dipped in mustard or a cheesy sauce, soft pretzels are always a hit, especially if you make them yourself!
What could be wrong with sweet, succulent lobster meat tossed in a creamy, crunchy sauce in between buttery bread? Nothing! I love turning them into sliders for that bite-sized party portion. These are perfect to pass around on any game day!
No game day is complete without some sort of chip, and what better way to impress your friends than frying up your own! This recipe is simple, requires just four ingredients. The result is a perfectly crispy chip with that a wonderfully salty tang.
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