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Super Bowl Snacks, Sayings, and Quotes

For years I have hosted many a Super Bowl Party. Here are some of the appetizers and finger foods that are loved by all.

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Super Bowl Quotes

  • It's funny, but when there are dominent teams, there are a number of people who rail about the fact that they're always seeing the Dallas Cowboys or the San Francisco 49ers or the Green Bay either in the playoffs or the Super Bowl. -Al Michaels
  • We're going to win on Sunday. I guarentee it. - Joe Namath
  • I'm over it, You strive to win a Super Bowl and you do everything you can to get there. But being in the Hall of Fame, you never play for that honor. It's incredible. - Dan Fouts
  • What's the biggest public forum in the United States? We were told is's the Super Bowl. The ad shows kids working at blue-collar jobs, and the final statement is just written text: Who's going to pay the trillion dollar deficit? - Joan Blades
  • I think people really appreciate cleaver commercials, as I do. I think they're very entertaining. You just have to wade through all the garbage. That's one of the reasons people watch the Super Bowl. A lot of them watch it to see the commercials and not the actual game. - Kevin Nealon
  • It's the ultimate game, how come they're playing it again next year? - Duane Thomas
  • I always have a lot of personal goals, but primarily my main goal each year is to obviously win a Super Bowl. - Michael Strahan
  • As a player, it says everything about you if you made the Hall of Fame. But, then again, boy...there's something about winning a Super Bowl. - Terry Bradshaw
  • You just have to play this game like somebody just hit your mother with a two-by-four. - Dan Birdwell.

Super Bowl Party

Super Bowl Party

Super Bowl Fun Facts and Trivia

  • The first Super Bowl was the only one to be broadcast by two different newtworks - NCC  and CBS.  Each network had exclusive rights to broadcast either the NFL or the AFL.
  • Super Bowl Sunday and New Year's Eve are the two biggest day of the year for alcohol consumption.
  • The first Super Bowl under the merger of the NFL and AFL was played by Baltimore and Dallas.
  • The first Super Bowl was held on January 15, 1967 at the Memorial Colisium in Los Angeles, California.
  • The average number of people attending any given Super Bowl Party is 17.
  • No NFL tean has ever played the Super Bowl on its own home field.
  • Commercials during the Super Bowl are more expensive than any other time of the year.
  • 8 million pounds of guacomole is eaten on Super Bowl Sunday.
  • The first team to NOT score a touchdown in a Super Bowl game was Miami in the Super Bowl VI against Dallas.
  • The Minnesota Vikings have played in 4 Super Bowls but never held the leading score.
  • The Super Bowl is generally the most watched show of the year on TV.
  • No Super Bowl game has gone into overtime play.
  • Over 700,000 footballs are produced annually for official NFL use and 12 of them are used for the Super Bowl.
  • 14,500 tons of chips are eaten on Super Bowl Sunday.
  • Quarterback Joe Montana holds the record for the most consecutive completions (13) in a Super Bowl.
  • On Super Bowl Sunday, more food is consumed than on any other holiday in America other than Thanksgiving.
  • The Washington Redskins set the record for the most yards gained in a Super Bowl in 1988 playing against Denver.
  • Super Bowl fans spend more than 50 million dollars on food during the four days prior to the Super Bowl.
Delicious chicken wings

Delicious chicken wings

Varsity Party Wings


1/ cup soy sauce

1/2 cup water

2 tbsp brown sugar, packed

1/4 cup cooking sherry

2 green onions, coarsely chopped

1 tbsp dry mustard

1 tbsp Worchestershire sauce

12 chicken wings


Preheat oven to 350 degrees.

Combine all ingredients in a large soup pot, cover and heat to boiling.

Reduce heat and simmer for 30 minutes, stirring often.

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Place in an ungreased 9" x 13" baking dish.

Baje for 45 to 50 minutes, until juice thickens.

Can be served either warm or cold.

Just spear with a toothpick and you have a great appetizer,

Just spear with a toothpick and you have a great appetizer,

Gametime Meatballs


1 lb ground chuck

1/2 cup Italian bread crumbs

1 onion, finely chopped

2 tsp seasoned salt

1/2 cup rice, cooked

2 tbsp brown sugar, firmly packed


Preheat oven to 350 degrees.

Mix all ingredients together, shape into 1" balls.

Arrange in an ungreased casserole dish.

Pour sauce on top (recipe below).

Bake for 1 hour

Sauce Ingredients:

14 oz bottle catsup

3/4 cup grape jelly

1 1/2 tsp Worchestershire sauce

1 onion, finely chopped


Combine ingredients together in saucepan, heat over low heat until jelly is melted, stirring frequently.

Crunchy Jalapenos

Crunchy Jalapenos

Crunchy Jalapenos


1 lb ground sausage, browned

1 cup biscuit baking mix

2 cup shredded mozzarella cheese

1 (120z) can whole jalapeno peppers, seeded

6 oz box of pork-seasoned coating mix

3 eggs, beaten


Preheat oven to 375.

Mix sausage, biscuit baking mix, and 1 cup shredded cheese together and set aside.

Spoon remaining cheese evenly into peppers and set aside.

Divide sausage mixture into 12 equal portions.

Shape each portion in a square and arrange a pepper in the center of each, srap tightly.

Roll each in coating mix, egee, and coating mix again.

Place on an ungreased baking sheet and bake for 20 to 25 minutes.


All Star Sausage Wraps


15 wontron wrappers

1 lb grown sausage, browned

3 cups shredde3d four cheese blend

2 1/4 oz can sliced black olives, drained

1/2 cup red peppers, chopped

8 ox bottle of ranch salad dressing


Preheat oven to 350 degrees.

Place wonton wrappers into ungreased mini muffin tins and bake for 5 minutes.

Combine remaining ingredients in a mixing bowl, mix, then spoon into wonton wrappers evenly.

Bake for 5 more minutes.

Serve warm.

This recipe makes 5 dozen.

Are you ready for some football?

Are you ready for some football?

Of Course You Know...

These hearty delicious appetizers can be used for any occasion. They are the favorites of my friends and family.

I know you will love them.

This content reflects the personal opinions of the author. It is accurate and true to the best of the author’s knowledge and should not be substituted for impartial fact or advice in legal, political, or personal matters.

© 2011 Susan Hazelton


Susan Hazelton (author) from Northern New York on January 22, 2011:

amybradley77, I love the Super Bowl commercials. The sponsers are always extra-creative for this time slot. Even if you don't watch to see the game, the commercials are worth the viewing. Thanks for the comment.

amybradley77 on January 22, 2011:

LOL!! I laughed so hard, wow. Plus, these recipes look so good I am now craving super bowl food. I must admit, the video was a high light on this page for me though. I really do look forward to these funny ads every single year, seems to me they just keep getting better. A.B.

Susan Hazelton (author) from Northern New York on January 20, 2011:

yenajeon, I hope you and your guests enjoy them. Have a wonderful time and I hope your team wins.

Yena Williams from California on January 19, 2011:

The superbowl recipes look amazing!! I have saved them already and plan to make them for our Super Bowl party! Thanks!

Susan Hazelton (author) from Northern New York on January 17, 2011:

Jamie, the parties are fun. To me they are the best part. My husband is like your Grandma, really into the Dallas Cowboys.

Jamie Brock from Texas on January 17, 2011:

What a great hub!! I'll tell ya, people are really obsessed with the Super Bowl here in Texas! I've tried to watch football with my Grandma but just can't seem to get into it. She is such a Dallas Cowboys nut, LOL! She gets so worked up when she's watching the games.. especially if they are messing up. Those Cowboy coaches don't have anything on her! Anyway, although I just can't get into football, it's still lots of fun to go to the super bowl parties!

Susan Hazelton (author) from Northern New York on January 17, 2011:

Thanks Minnetonka, I hope you team wins and I hope for the first time in history that the game goes into overtime.

Susan Hazelton (author) from Northern New York on January 17, 2011:

dahoglund, no wonder you are such an interesting writer you are so versatile. I found, and I'm sure you did too, that we learn the most when we work at smaller businesses. It seems they gently (or roughly) push you into different areas of work. For you it was the paper and the different areas of advertising, news coverage, and sports. You were able to learn some about each. For me it was craft management, custom framing, training the cashiers, and closing of the drawers and all of the things that went with them. There's something to be said for working for a smaller company - you get to become knowledgable about so many different areas other than what you were hired for. Of course, some of the work you to exhaustion.

Linda Rogers from Minnesota on January 16, 2011:

This was so much fun to read.

I'm getting very excited for Sunday.

I love your recipes and will be book-marking them. Thanks for the creative hub with such variety.

Don A. Hoglund from Wisconsin Rapids on January 16, 2011:

Actually I was hired as an advertising assistant or some such things. But small town weekly papers do not have large staffs. My employer really wanted to shuffle off some of his work to spend more time with the fledgling Winnebago Industries that was starting up in that town.Therefore I sold some advertising, covered a bit of news and was responsible for the sports coverage, mostly high school stuff.

I did learn a trick to writing up games. Get your hands on the score book. With a little information from the coach and analyzing the scores you can pretty well figure out what went on.

I got layed of though because he did not get the increase in business to cover my salary.

Susan Hazelton (author) from Northern New York on January 16, 2011:

dahoglund, interesting part of your history. How did you do as editor of the sports page?

Don A. Hoglund from Wisconsin Rapids on January 16, 2011:

I went to the University of Minnesoata back in the early sixties and took my first community paper job editing the sports page. My boss couldn't understnd how I went to a big ten school and didn't know football.

Susan Hazelton (author) from Northern New York on January 16, 2011:

Thanks Rhonda. I live in a house with 2 very avid football fans. They follow their teams faithfully and look forward to Super Bowl Sunday all year.

Susan Hazelton (author) from Northern New York on January 16, 2011:

carrie, I actually don't watch it either. However, my husband is a huge fan and I make the snacks and leave so he and his friends can enjoy themselves.

Rhonda Musch from The Emerald Coast on January 16, 2011:

A wonderful hub. Yes I love the Super Bowl, and I love football. My oldest son played football, up until college. Then a back injury, caused him to stop playing. I still go to games when I can. I still support our football team. Love the snacks and recipes. Another great hub.

carrie450 from Winnipeg, Canada on January 16, 2011:

What a creative hub KoffeeKlatch Gals and funny too.

I am Canadian and not a football fan at all but I love to watch the commercials for the Super Bowl. I'm still laughing at the video.....hilarious!

The snacks look delicious. I may try and make some of them.

I hope your team wins.

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