Super Bowl Party Foods with Local Flavor

Throwing a Super Bowl Party? Our team may not be in the big game this year, but that doesn’t mean you can’t host a gathering that includes a crowd pleasing buffet that showcases locally sourced ingredients and products from Maryland farms and businesses!

Here’s a few Super Bowl party favorites with a local twist….

Beef Sliders from Roseda Farms

If you haven’t have a burger made from Roseda beef you don’t know what you’re missing.The cattle is locally raised in Monkton, MD but you can find Roseda products at a growing list of grocers as well as online.

Try this Little Tavern style beef slider recipe for a crowd.

Crab Balls from Pappas Seafood

If you really LOVE your Super Bowl party guests, pull out all the stops and splurge on a party tray of crab balls made with Pappas Seafood’s famous jumbo lump crab. All sweet meat and little filler – your guests will swoon!

Brats from Binkerts

Binkert’s is a traditional German sausage maker in Rosedale, MD and the place to go in Baltimore for freshly made brats and wurst. Swing by their shop and grab the ingredients to prepare this delicious Beer Brats recipe that comes together quickly in the slow cooker.

Hot Wings with Huckle’s Hot Sauce

Wings and Football just go together. Why not swap the “Buffalo” with “Baltimore” and whip up some juicy wings tossed in Huckle’s Hot Sauce? Experiment with flavors like Late Harvest Jalapeno, Classic Chipotle and Fire Roasted Jalapeno (all sourced from local ingredients) for a crowd pleasing wing platter.

Here’s a tried and true recipe for making lip smacking wings at home.

Cheese Plate and Queso with Broom’s Bloom Cheeses

Broom’s Bloom artisanal cheeses are a welcome addition to any cheese plate! If you haven’t sampled their cheddar we recommend making the trip to the dairy and storefront in Bel Air, MD ASAP.

Serve several varieties of their tasty cheese with crispy crackers or make a silky warm green chili queso.