Step Up Your Super Bowl Food Game

PHOTO: Bacon-Wrapped Blue Cheese Stuffed Dates
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Everyone’s expecting the same old chili and wings this Super Bowl. And while there’s nothing wrong with that, it’s time you cook outside your comfort zone in the easiest and most delicious way possible.

The Tasting Table test kitchen has whipped up three crowd-pleasing treats for your football party. Sure, you could grab some frozen apps for your Super Bowl party, but why would you when you could step up your game day grub this year with these recipes?

PHOTO: Bacon-Wrapped Blue Cheese Stuffed Dates
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For home tailgating fun we like easy dishes that will move faster than running backs. Bacon-wrapped blue cheese-stuffed dates are an easy, crowd-pleasing winner.

PHOTO: Chorizo In A Blanket
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We like playing with lowbrow classics. Chorizo wrapped in flaky pastry dough with a little Dijon on the side brings pigs-in-a-blanket to new heights.

PHOTO: Prosciutto-Wrapped Pears with Maple and Fresh Pepper.
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While these baked sweet pear slices wrapped in thinly sliced prosciutto may sound a bit posh for a football game, they’re great and super easy to assemble.

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