Counter-culture Journals (文革)

Counter-culture Journals (文革)

Friday, February 03, 2017

It's Super Bowl Sunday again! Another time to party!

Super Bowl Sunday is probably the largest un-official holiday of the year. It is not a real holiday and it is not based on anything religious. So we all get together with friend, make snacks and drinks for this day. Then we sit, watch and eat and drink all day.
Some of us don’t give a rats ass about football. But we do get to sit with friends and party. And that is the whole point.
This year Lady Gaga will be the half-time performer. Sometimes they get some real crappy top 40 type musicians, such as Justin Timberlake. But this year they got someone good. –SJ Otto

Football fans: The moment we’ve all been waiting for is almost here, and we can’t wait for Super Bowl Sunday to begin.
But before kickoff, there are still some serious decisions to be made about your Super Bowl party strategy. Whether you’re hosting a bash or going to one, we have nine amazing drinks that you and your friends are sure to love more than just a six-pack of beer. (If you insist on serving beer, don’t worry; we included several delicious sudsy cocktails.)
The best part is that our drinks pair perfectly with a range of traditional Super Bowl party foods, from chips and guacamole to pizza and wings. (Speaking of guacamole, check out celebrity chef Rick Bayless’ delicious tomatillo and bacon version!)
Now let’s play some football!
Don't forget the chili! Here's a chili recipe that will knock your guests' socks off.


Super Sunday Punch Bowl of Freedom

Throwing a Super Bowl party is serious business. From making sure that the pizza comes on time to worrying about having enough chips and dip, it can be quite stressful. To make your day a bit easier, we suggest making this bourbon- and brandy-based punch from talented Chicago bartender Mike Ryan. The best part is that you can prepare it ahead of time. Now that’s what we call a winning play!


Love atomic hot wings? You’re going to want to try this cocktail. The fiery recipe calls for, of course, hot sauce, plus spiced rum, lime juice, ginger beer and some pilsner. It’s easy-drinking, but spicy enough to keep you on your toes so you don’t miss any questionable calls by the refs!


Since this is the biggest game of the year, it’s time to pull out all the stops. So impress your friends with this slushy and delicious spin on the classic Sazerac from cocktail consultant Tad Carducci. The frozen treat calls for rye whiskey, absinthe, lemon juice and Peychaud’s Bitters. You may need to call a timeout to recover from your brain-freeze.

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