Football Friendly Recipes

FoodieView, an Internet search engine for foodies, offers some great menu choices for your Super Bowl celebration.

Danger Dogs, with bacon wrapped around hog dogs, might be the perfect food for your Super Bowl party.

Danger Dogs, hot dogs wrapped with bacon, may be the perfect food for your Super Bowl party.

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Food and football go hand in hand, and the Super Bowl is about far more than men drinking beer, grazing on chips and dip and screaming at the television. Rather, the best football parties offer an array of food choices sure to please a hungry crowd. No one knows this better than FoodieView, a leading food portal giving users direct, one-click access to the Internet's largest selection of football friendly recipes – nearly 5,000 – that are sure to score major points with party guests.

Simply visit the website, type “football” into the search field that’s front and center on the home page, click “search” and viola! Thousands of recipes sure to make your Super Bowl soirée more satisfying will be at your fingertips.

Since 2005, FoodieView has made it easy to find good food fast on the Web. Instead of visiting individual sites to search for recipes one by one, through FoodieView’s convenient “meta” recipe search engine you can quickly search ALL of those recipe databases simultaneously from one single search tool. You can search by keyword, dish name, ingredient, cuisine, chef and more. The recipe search results are then sorted both by relevance and user rating, making it effortless to find the most popular, promising recipes. You can also keep track of your favorite recipe links using FoodieView’s free recipe box tool.

For those hungering for more, FoodieView also offers a comprehensive restaurant guide covering nine major markets – Boston, Chicago, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, New York, Orange County, San Diego, San Francisco, and Seattle – cookbook reviews, "Recipe Roundup" newsletters and other food-related information resources.

With the glut of information available on the Internet today, finding quality food sites – and then accessing the information in those sites – has become more cumbersome and time consuming than ever before. FoodieView has changed all that by providing one-stop, single-search convenience to ensure people spend more time cooking, eating and socializing rather than searching for food-related information online.

Here are just a few examples of the great food you can find through FoodieView.

DANGER DOGS (Bacon Wrapped Hot Dogs)

a FoodieView Original Recipe by Founder Howie Wang

We tend to think of the hot dog as a quintessentially American food, but this fiendishly delicious variation comes via our neighbors South of the border. The Danger Dog is a hot dog wrapped in bacon and served with grilled onions and peppers. Street vendors in Mexico have been serving these treats for years, and now bacon-wrapped hot dogs have made their way north to California and New York, where they have become a favorite post-barhopping snack. We're not sure if the Danger Dog got its perilous name from its artery-clogging nature or the questionable sanitation standards of their vendors. Whatever the reason, this bit of bacony goodness makes for serious man food on the big game day. And the best part is that it's really quick and easy to make. Yields 8 servings.

1 large onion
3 to 4 jalapenos
8 strips of bacon
8 hot dogs
2 tablespoons oil
8 hot dog buns
Mayonnaise, ketchup, mustard (optional)

1. Cut onion into slices. Cut jalapenos in half, remove seeds and slice them lengthwise into 1/8-inch wide strips.
2. Wrap a strip of bacon tightly around each hot dog.
3. Heat oil over medium high heat in large pan. Add onions and peppers, but keep he onions and peppers separate from each other. Cook until soft and a little brown (about 12 minutes).
4. Meanwhile, cook bacon-wrapped hot dogs in another pan over medium heat. Turn hot dogs occasionally until bacon is crisp on all sides (about 12 minutes).
5. After hot dogs are cooked, stick them in buns and top with sautéed onions and peppers to taste. You can add ketchup or mustard, but the traditional condiment is mayo.


a FoodieView Original Recipe by Founder Howie Wang

Have you ever wanted the taste of buffalo chicken wings, but didn't want to go through the hassle of frying up your own wings? Then this recipe is for you. This dip has the creamy, tangy, spicy flavors of buffalo chicken, and it only takes a few minutes to make. It's also versatile; you can dress it up by substituting shrimp or crab for the chicken and serve it with Belgian endive spears.

12 ounces cooked chicken breast
2 packages (8 ounces each) cream cheese
1 cup ranch dressing
1 cup Frank's Red Hot Sauce
1 1/2 cups cheddar cheese

1. Chop chicken breast into small pieces.
2. Put all ingredients into large saucepan and warm over medium-low heat. Stir until cream cheese has fully melted.
3. Serve with chips, crackers, celery sticks, carrot sticks, or other vegetables good for dipping.


a FoodieView Original Recipe by Founder Howie Wang

This simple recipe is a perfect for throwing together on game day. You just mix all the ingredients together and pop it in the oven while you enjoy the game. I don't know of any recipe that pays off so much for so little effort. It's so addictively good that my guests always hover over the bowl until all the kielbasa is gone.

2 pounds kielbasa
1 box (16 ounces) brown sugar
6 tablespoons Dijon mustard
1 small onion, finely chopped

1. Heat oven to 250 degrees. Cut kielbasa into bite-size pieces.
2. Put all ingredients into 9-by-13-inch baking pan and mix together.
3. Place baking pan into oven. Stir every half hour or so. Remove after baking for 2 hours. Serve with toothpicks.