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5 Cheap and Easy Foods for College Super Bowl Parties

Whether you’re hosting a Super Bowl party in your dorm, student rec hall or at home, your guests will expect you to provide refreshments. You don’t have to go all out and get it catered or even spend the whole day in the kitchen.

Here’s a list of easy fix-its that your guests are sure to love:

Sandwiches: Save money by putting together your own meat and veggie platter. Pick croissants over regular sandwich bread, and don’t forget the condiments.

Nachos: You’re probably not surprised that nachos made the list. They’re easy to fix, and they go a long way. Sprinkle cheese, olives, chili peppers and black or pinto beans on top, and zap in the microwave for 30 seconds.

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Best Snacks for Your College Bowl Party

The college bowls are looming which translates to parties, parties and more football parties! Food is, undoubtedly, the single most important part of any college bowl party. Okay, perhaps it’s the second most important part- I suppose you need to make sure you have a TV first. Once that’s all figured out (which is something I really can’t help you with) start brainstorming because I’m telling you, good food equals a good party.

Here are a few of my favorite college football party food ideas:

  • Sandwiches are a lot of fun because you can either go with a make-your-own sandwich bar or buy one of those huge subs that you always see the pictures of at Subway.

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From Turkey to Tailgate: Throw the Perfect Football Party

I love turkey and pumpkin pie as much as the next girl, but I can’t be the only one who is ready for a break in the Thanksgiving monotony, right? I think it’s about time we shift our focus from Thanksgiving dinner and turn to another well-loved tradition, tailgate parties! There’s a lot to consider when throwing a tailgate party, but the important thing to remember is that it should be fun and low-stress.

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Best Super Bowl Recipes for College Students

football party foodThis year the Super Bowl will be a showdown between the New Orleans Saints and the Indianapolis Colts. On February 7, 2010, millions of football fans will spend their Sunday night in front of their TVs, cheering on their favorite team.

If you’re not a huge football fan, there are still two huge positives of watching the Super Bowl: The commercials and the food!

Everyone knows that advertising companies shell out the big bucks to play their best commercials during the Super Bowl, and some people (including yours truly) watch the game just to watch the commercials. Of course, the yummy finger foods are also a major plus for this Super Sunday.

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