by Kate Heyhoe
From the 50-yard line to the Mason-Dixon line, your Super Bowl table will reflect football *and* true Southern hospitality with this easy-to fix, authentic Georgia-style buffet....
- 1st quarter:
If you've never had fresh roasted Georgia peanuts, still warm in their shell, right out of the oven... then you've led a mighty poor life. Make-up for it during the first quarter, and wash it all down with true Mint Juleps.
- 2nd quarter:
Now that your team has worked up an appetite, rush out with a platter of Southern Spiced Shrimp. And don't feed those Hush Puppies to the dog! These golden fried morsels are much too good to pass to the pooch, even if he is man's best friend.
- Half-time Buffet:
Get ready for the fans to charge the table: Thin slices of Mustard-Ham, huddled around a mound of fluffy, rich Garlicky-Cheese Grits Soufflé , Tabasco-fueled Field Greens; and the ubiquitous Southern good-luck charm, tart and tangy Hoppin' John Salad.
- 3rd quarter:
Give it a rest, gang—dessert's coming up next.
- 4th quarter:
How sweet it is! Whether your team's headed for victory or defeat, this Chocolate Pecan Pie will cause cheers of decadent delight among all the fans.
Now for some Northern-Southern fun...
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Southern Super Bowl Menu:
Ya'll come back next week for Last Minute Dips and more Southern fun!
Kate's Global Kitchen for January, 2000:
1/01/00 Kate's Global Kitchen's Top Recipes of 1999
1/08/00 Dixie Shrimp: Just Call Me Bubba, Bubba
1/15/00 Gooder Than Grits, and Other Southern Lip-Smackers
1/22/00 Kickin' Dat Chitlin: A Southern Super Bowl Party
1/29/00 Last-Minute Dips and Southern Tips: More Super Bowl Fun
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