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    Posted: 02 February 2020 at 19:08
I'm not a sports fan, so didn't watch the game nor attend a super-bowl party. But for those who did, I'm curious what you put out for game day snacks?
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New york style wieners with mustard, meat sauce, onions and celery salt here. 

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We ordered some pizza. That was the extent of it. No one in the house other than me watches football, and I'm not really into it that much. I do watch the super bowl, mostly for the commercials, and I don't have a team to root for or anything like that. I caught the last half of this years' while doing some house cleaning. Not the worst game I've ever seen. The halftime show was atrocious though. I asked my wife if it was a contest to see who could be the biggest slut.
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Being BIG Chiefs fans and beings how it is Kansas City area, we did barbecue. Did my cooking Saturday: a rack of babybacks and a small piece of brisket. The ribs were probably as good as any I've ever done--an ancho rub, smoked with mesquite and served with either Sweet Baby Rays or (my favorite) Stubbs sauce. The Stubbs sauce seems to have special affinity for mesquite bbq--must be the Texas thing and the ancho rub. That combo worked well with the brisket as well. It was a little dry so I reheated it with some chicken broth, turned out just fine. Made my mom's dill pickle potato salad to accompany.

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P.S. We liked the outcome of the game, too.
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Sounds good, Tom.

We had arrived back from a Cuban holiday at 5 am so I wasn’t even up to doing my annual SB pub night.  Even the grocery store deli was out of chicken wings.  Slavyanka thought a roast chicken was a good substitute.

I ended up just snacking on some of my spicy venison pepperettes, along with some Brie cheese, fresh baguette and Black Cow vodka: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Black_Cow_Vodka
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