Pigging out over pigskin?
Whether you’re a football fan or simply a follower of great spectacle, your payday loan source understands that going all-out for a Super Bowl party may not be in the Cards this year (sorry, Arizona). The difficult economy has caused nearly everyone to take a second look at their spending habits, including how much money to spend on food for Super Bowl festivities.
Thankfully, the Kentucky Post has a few great ideas for a “Super Bowl Party Menu Under $50.” At these prices, you can save that quick payday loan for your next emergency cash situation. But let’s stay on task here. You have until 4 p.m. this Sunday, February 1 to have food ready for the pre-game show. Get shopping and start cooking!
Author Margie Potts of Jungle Jim’s International Market bases prices upon those at her store. These may be approximate for your area. First comes a Kick-Off that complements the opposing teams’ colors. Her featured dishes are Pittsburgh Steelers Black Bean and Gold Corn Salsa and Arizona Cardinals Red Sauced Pepperoni and White Cheese Dip. Here are her recipes, complete with ingredient cost breakdown:
Pittsburgh Steelers Black Bean & Gold Corn Salsa
1 – 15 oz. can Black Beans, drained and rinsed $0.99
12 oz. Bag Golden Corn Kernels, thawed $1.00
1 Cup Fresh Tomatoes, chopped $1.49
½ Cup Red Onion, chopped (or substitute green onions) $0.28
2 cloves Garlic, minced $0.10
¼ Cup Fresh Cilantro, chopped $0.29
1 Tab. Jalapeno, minced or more to taste (opt.) $0.10
2 Tabs. Freshly squeezed Lime Juice $0.10
½ Tsp. Ground Cumin
1 bag Tortilla chips $2.49
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