TOUCHDOWN! HOW TO HOST A FOOTBALL FETE AND SCORE BIG WITH YOUR GUESTS
FORMER FOOD NETWORK HOST SHARES TIPS ON HOW TO STEP UP YOUR GAME JUST IN TIME FOR THE BIG GAME
Hosting an epic successful big-game party is more than setting out some chips and beer and nobody wants to fumble on game night! Here to make sure you have all the essential elements that’s sure to be a touchdown with your guests is longtime Food Network host Marc Silverstein.
- Touchdown Tip: This is the one party all year that you definitely want to host. It’s also the most fun. Why? Well, because the entertainment is already built in. The game is the focus. The rest can be easy. You just have to make sure you decorate some, have the right food—and prepare ahead, so you can spend time with your guests.
- Peak Performance: The Big Game is here and you want to make sure your appliances are performing at their best! Especially the refrigerator since it is THE go-to appliance to keep your snacks and beverages cool, 24/7. The team at Sears Home Services recommends you inspect the refrigerator gasket – if the seal isn’t tight, the fridge will require higher energy use and won’t keep food as cold. Change the water filters every 6 months to ensure your water is clean-tasting, and ready for the party. Automatically re-order filters online at Sears Parts Direct. If your appliances aren’t working the way they should, contact Sears Home Services to schedule a repair. Visit SearsHomeServices.com/BigGame.
- A Toast for Your Team: Yellow Tail produces fun affordable wines that everyone can enjoy during game-watching parties and other fun occasions. This year Yellow Tail is touring the US to bring the fun of tailgate and “homegate” to people across the country – all leading up to the brand’s new Super Bowl commercial premier. So many options to choose from! There’s a Yellow Tail wine to pair and enjoy with all types of snacks and tailgate food.
- Game-time Snack: Sabra Hummus - Official Dip Sponsor of the NFL - is perfect for your Super Bowl spread. Great with chips and veggies. So delicious and Vegan/Gluten-free/Plant-based Protein so you get the best of both worlds!
- Festive Sidelines: Decorate in participating team colors. for instance; table cloth in green for the Eagles, blue and red cups for the Patriots. Put out yellow napkins for penalty flags. Arrange the seating in front of the TVs ahead of time, so everyone can see, and get up and move when they want. Buy some Astroturf at a craft store, paint yard markers on it, and you have the perfect runner for your table. Use laundry hampers as extra garbage cans and line them with garbage bags. Use disposable everything, so cleanup is easier. And of course, don't forget the bottle opener.
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