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I’ll be honest: I don’t care about football. As many times as people have tried to explain the game to me, I still don’t fully understand what’s going on, and even if I did, I doubt I’d find it interesting. One thing I do love, though, is a good Super Bowl party. I have fond memories of hanging out in the kitchen when my parents threw their annual bash, filling up on port wine cheese spread, gherkins, and cocktail weenies. (What can I say? I wasn’t a kid with a sophisticated palate.) So when chef Curtis Stone shared his best Super Bowl party tips with Woman’s World, I was all ears.
If you’re throwing a party when the Los Angeles Rams face off against the Cincinnati Bengals in L.A. on February 13th, you’ll want to have plenty of snacks on hand, as well as some food that sticks to the ribs — like, well, barbecue ribs! You’ll also want the right equipment to prepare your feast, as well as containers to pack it all up after the final play.
The Curtis Stone Collection at HSN has you covered, with everything from an air fryer that makes perfect wings, to beef and turkey burgers, to a food storage set that makes it easy to store leftovers. Check out his five favorite products for game day, below!
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“Preparing for a Super Bowl party can be stressful, trying to get everything ready at one time,” says Stone. “Tag-team your cooking with this nonstick double burner griddle pan to lighten the load. It’s perfect for throwing on sandwiches and quesadillas while the grill is busy cooking up the wings and burgers so everything can be ready at the same time.”
“Everything tastes better fried — but why not put a healthy spin on it using little to no oil with the option to toast, baste, air fry, broil, and more?” asks Stone. “With just one versatile machine you can create countless tasty Super Bowl snacks that will have your guests begging for more, but without the guilt!”
“Everyone loves a great burger while watching the game, and one of my favorites is my recipe for Burgers with Bourbon Onions & Arugula,” says Stone. “My Aussie Butcher Blend Beef or Turkey Burgers make it easy for you to impress guests with a flavorful meal and less hassle — simply grab out however many you need from the freezer when you’re ready and cook to your liking while the flavor is already taken care of for you!”
What party would be complete without dessert? Stone’s store and bake tray lets you bake up treats and store the uneaten portions — if there are any. “Easily whip together some sweets for the game celebrations, like baked mini cakes or brownies, and then just pop on the lid to store them when you’re finished,” says Stone. “You can even mix up the flavors and bake them all in one batch!”
“If you’re anything like me, I like to make sure I have plenty of food for my guests, which usually means leftovers,” says Stone. (We’d love to be invited next time, Curtis!) “These storage containers with my Dura-Bake Nonstick coating are easy to toss everything into when the guests leave and then simply pop the same dish right back into the oven to heat back up when you’re ready to enjoy it again!”