Finger foods are the staples at any Superbowl Party. It’s a jeans and paper napkin culture at any football eating event. And The Bilodeau’s serve it up hot and fresh. Pop’s will never reveal the secret to his Beef Jerky, but if you’d like to order some of his famous jerky you can get in touch with him by emailing us at Sip Snap Savor (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Hot & Spicy Shrimp
“…they look gelatinous,” said Katy Bilodeau
“We’ll find out if they’re spicy. Man they’ll make one heckuva fajita!” – Pops
Marinate shrimp in pepper plant hot sauce, paprika, chili pepper and olive oil – to taste and to coat. Marinate for 90 minutes or overnight. Bake at 450 degrees for about 20 minutes.
“Everybody does beer soaked wienies. We used two bottles of of beer, Fat Tire to be exact. It adds flavor.” – Tracy De Jong
Use equal parts cheddar and mozzarella, shredded so you have about 3 cups of shredded cheese. Ad in a quarter cup to a half cup of green onion, diced and a few tablespoons of yellow curry powder. Blend the mixture together using your fingers or a spoon then top sliced baguette rounds with the cheese mixture. Broil for 4-6 minutes depending on the strength of your oven until the bread is toasted and the cheese is a melted golden color.