Super Bowl XLVI is just days away, and football foodies across the Northwest are gearing up for the big day. Here are some recipes and ideas we've collected that are sure to score a touchdown at your Super Bowl party.
KING 5 viewer Denise Treat shares her Smokey Sausage Chili she adapted from a recipe taken from The Seattle Times 20 years ago. Gail Goetz shares her Two-Day Super Bowl Chili . And viewer Joe Rao shares his Screaming Stuff Jalapeno Poppers he says won an Emeril Live contest.
If you're hankering for a cheesy dip, Seattle food writer Kim O'Donnel shares her Velveeta-free Queso, And don't forget breakfast - before and after the game. Susan Dennis shares her hearty Super Bowl breakfast muffins.
KING 5's Chris Egan shows how he makes his signature 7-8 Layer Super Bowl Dip, which was a hit at last year's Super Bowl party.
While the Seahawks aren't in the big game, Hawks fans are gearing up for a party on Sunday. Tailgating champions Hawk One and Hawk Strong, who placed in the top three in the Bing National Tailgating Championships in Dallas last year, share some easy Super Bowl tailgating recipes you can make. (Watch Christie Johnson's interview with them below)
For dessert, try these "manly" Super Bowl cupcakes made with dark beer.
And Jesse Jones puts together his perfect Super Bowl party on KING 5 News at 5 p.m. on Friday.
Got a favorite dish everyone raves about? Have a signature chili recipe that will set your tongue on fire? Share your recipe with us! Email it - and any photos of your Super Bowl dishes - to firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more ideas, check out our new Food and Recipes section.