Want to host a party to celebrate football's biggest night of the year? These tips will help you make your Super Bowl party a hit.
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Guests don't want to be bothered with forks when they're busy gesturing at the TV and holding a beer. So set out easy snacks, like chips and dip, to nosh on when the entourage arrives. Then keep your main course simple and handheld (think: wings, pizza, or ribs).
Nothing's better than watching your favorite players (and commercials!) in high-def glory. Except maybe in killer surround sound. Use the game/party as an excuse to treat yourself to a new toy. Try the Insignia Home Theater Soundbar Speaker System, $200, BestBuy.com.
This isn't a formal dinner party, so don't limit your guest list: It's the Super Bowl. It's meant to be rowdy. Your goal should be to get a noise complaint from your cranky neighbor. Anyone you like hanging out with who's remotely interested in football, free food, or free-flowing booze is invited. Period.
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