It's confession time. I hate sports. You would never believe that I grew up in a house where Sundays meant my dad and brother were jumping and screaming in front of the TV rooting for the Miami Dolphins. My dad can't understand where I came from and how I could have absolutely no interest in watching any sporting event. I'd rather watch paint dry.
Well, the joke is on me. My husband enjoys watching football and baseball, but generally let's me run the show. But now I'm outnumbered. Help!
My two oldest children are 7 and 9, boys and they run the show now. Sundays are all football from 1pm until midnight and then there's Monday Night Football and Thursday Night Football.
All I can do is wait for the Super Bowl. Not to watch it, but because it means I get my Sundays back until September. But I do like one other thing about the Super Bowl. The food.
For years we hosted our own Super Bowl party just so I would have a good excuse to be in the kitchen instead of the couch. Now, our party is usually just the five of us, but I still like to get creative for the big game and here is one of my newest recipes for the Super Bowl.
Everyone serves guacamole for the Super Bowl, 8 million pounds get consumed that day. Let's enjoy our guacamole with these scrumptious tacos. You can serve these with or without cheese, they are perfect for any vegans you might have over and you can still chomp on your chicken wings and chow down on your chili.
Enjoy this roundup of finger foods and Super Bowl foods from our monthly kosher connection link up of Kosher bloggers: