Super Bowl Sunday Food Ideas



As most American’s know, the Super Bowl is an event bigger than just a football game. Some people tune in for the football, but others watch for the many commercials and the halftime show. Some simply gather together for no other reason than to have a party or eat the snacks. If you are hosting people, but don’t want to go through the effort of cooking for your guests, GrubStreet has compiled a list of 14 party platters you can order ahead of time and pick up the day of the big game. Impress your guests without all of the work!


You can check out the list of party food here.

Mimi Cheng’s and Blue Hill to offer WastED Dumplings


Throughout the month of February, Mimi Cheng’s Dumplings and Blue Hill will be offering dumplings made from typically discarded vegetables – think zucchini ends and kale stems. Visit either establishment and try the dumplings, which are meant to promote the larger WastED pop-up events being hosted by Dan Barber throughout the month of March. In an effort to bring attention to food waste, many well known culinary icons will be cooking meals at Blue Hill that focus on ingredients beyond “ugly vegetables” or “lesser” cuts of meat.

You can read more about the collaboration with Mimi Cheng’s here, and about the WastED event as a whole here.