Football Food!

Terrific tips and tasty recipes help you create the best party as your friends gather to watch the Colts vs. Saints this weekend.

| February 5, 2010

  • Red Bean and Rice Party Dip will have them begging for more.
    Red Bean and Rice Party Dip will have them begging for more.
    courtesy Zatarain's
  • Remember to add a few healthy choices to the snack table.
    Remember to add a few healthy choices to the snack table.
    courtesy Kern Communications for Susan Burke March
  • Try a pot of The Big Easy Jambalaya for a New Orleans flavor to your Super Bowl party.
    Try a big pot of Crescent City Jambalaya for a New Orleans flavor to your Super Bowl party.
    courtesy Zatarain's
  • People appreciate a healthy spread of treats.
    People apprciate a healthy spread of treats.
    courtesy Kern Communications for Susan Burke March
  • A healthy chili adds a bit of spice to a special gathering.
    A healthy chili adds a bit of spice to a special gathering.
    courtesy Kern Communications for Susan Burke March

  • Red Bean and Rice Party Dip will have them begging for more.
  • Remember to add a few healthy choices to the snack table.
  • Try a pot of The Big Easy Jambalaya for a New Orleans flavor to your Super Bowl party.
  • People appreciate a healthy spread of treats.
  • A healthy chili adds a bit of spice to a special gathering.

Nothing brings out our nation’s collective competitive spirit quite like professional football’s championship game, coming up on Sunday, February 7. No matter which team you’re cheering for, this is the perfect time to celebrate the Big Easy way – with a New Orleans-Style party that’s all about bringing together friends and family for good food and fun.

Zatarain’s, the brand serving up New Orleans-style food for more than 120 years, offers up great recipes and game-watching tips to bring the spirit of New Orleans into your living room, no matter where in the country you live. Game-watching parties are a great way to bring people together – and New Orleans-style food is a flavorful and fun way to feed a crowd.

“Crescent City Jambalaya” is a delicious, full-flavored one-pot meal that is easy to make ahead of time so you don’t miss a minute of the game.

Unite the crowd over everyone’s favorite party food – chicken wings. Try a bold Creole Mustard sauce to give them a sweet and tangy flavor with New Orleans-Style flair.



Finally, incorporate New Orleans flavors with crowd-pleasing Red Bean and Rice Party Dip – perfect for dipping chips, pretzels or veggies. And, don’t forget to have a shaker of Creole Seasoning on hand to add a distinctive kick to burgers or hot dogs.

To find more recipes for your football party, visit the website. Along with great food ideas, you’ll find easy tips for celebrating Mardi Gras on Fat Tuesday, which takes place the week following the football game. Decorate early and bring a little jazz to your game-watching celebration at the same time.






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