The history of Mardi Gras dates back several centuries and is rich in traditions involving parades, music, food, and some classic alcoholic beverages. If you can't make it to New Orleans yourself, there's nothing better than celebrating at home with friends.
Last Word on Sports Life has talked to the best chefs and hosts in the world, bringing to you the official Super Bowl Celebrity Recipe Extravaganza. From mixology to chili more verbose than the defenses battling on the gridiron, this list of recipes will make any party host a celebrity themselves.
It’s the big one, the granddaddy of all football games every NFL season, it’s the Super Bowl. “Super Sunday” has become one of the biggest days of the year for people to gather together and celebrate football, food, drinks, and the occasional bet or two at a Super Bowl Party.
After reading part one of "So You Want To Host a Super Bowl Party?", here is the second part of the two-part series. The Super Bowl recipe suggestions are not hard and will leave your guests asking "What's on the menu next year?"
While many gluten free recipes can leave distaste in your mouth, here is a delightful, quick and easy Cranberry Christmas Cookie recipe that will leave you feeling in the festive spirit once more.