I can’t wait to make this for the Super Bowl this weekend…
To be clear, I love to cook for people any day of the year, but I like it especially a big night like the Super Bowl(or the Oscars or the World Series!), It feels like a good excuse to relax, most of the instincts I around for dinner. First of all, usually the Prohibition of television is not only OnIt is absolutely the star of the party. Plates piled high in the circle on the sofa: completely fine! No need to wait for everyone to sit down, continue and the Wolf, the first to help while yelling at Pat Mahomes your mouth full.
And then there’s comfort food-y main menu, which is always the definition of a crowdpleaser. In the past, we’ve made chili(of course), but also Italian subs,steak sandwiches, mac and cheese, nachos and all kinds of stews. This year, I freaked, and make an old favorite recipe of baked beans, we can prepare in advance and increase the bonus made the house smell warm and cozy. We give up any official dish of potato chips and the ingredients(parsley totally count as a vegetable!) And the establishment of a self-service Desk ahead of time so we can just calm down…or cheer or scream. Either way! It makes me wonder why I don’t do such things every Sunday.
This version is from my on a book, How to celebrate all inspired by Victoria Granof. Makes 8 to 10 half-Cup portion.
1 pound dry Navy or Northern beans
1 small onion, finely chopped
1⁄2 Cup pure maple syrup
1⁄4 Cup ketchup
2 tablespoons Apple cider vinegar
2 tablespoons light brown sugar,Packed
2 tablespoons brown spicy mustard
2 tablespoons honey
2 teaspoons kosher salt
1⁄4 teaspoon pepper
1 thick strip of bacon(omit if you want it to be vegetarian; or to bacon broken into ingredients)
5 to 6 cups of boiling water
Suggested ingredients:cornbread(store-bought or homemade),Fritos(!), Wire sharp cheddar cheese, fresh herbs like parsley or chives to.
In a large saucepan, cover the beans with water. Cook and simmer until tender, about 1 hour. Drain. The skillet in the stove.
Preheat the oven to 300°F in a large pot on low heat, place all ingredients, except boiling water. Stir in the cooked beans.
Just add enough of the boiling water the lid of everything. Cover the pot a sheet of aluminum foil, then cover the foil with the lid. Bake for 5 hours, adding more warm water as necessary to keep beans submerged. Uncover completely in the last 30 minutes to Brown the top.
Thoughts? What you offer services of the Super Bowl, if you see it?
P. S. The best supermarket salsa for your Super Bowl party and Magic The Gathering.
(Photos by Yossy Arefi for Cup of Jo.)