Check out these Super Bowl menu ideas
From burgers, hot dogs, tacos, BBQ and wings, to salsas and cocktails, here are some tempting recipes from top chefs, cookbook authors and restaurateurs to go with watching the Big Game! You can watch Super Bowl LV live on CBS and CBS All Access, CBSSports.com, or via the CBS Sports app Sunday, February 7 beginning at 6 p.m. Clarkson PotterFrom chef David Burke:From chef Bobby Flay:A chef Bobby Flay hot dog. CBS NewsFrom restaurateur Tim Love:From pit-master Kenny Callaghan:From cookbook author Katie Lee:From celebrity event planner Colin Cowie:From chef Mikey Price:From cookbook author Robin Miller:From restaurateur Ira Freehof:From chef Vivek Surti:Bourbon Fruit Tea Punch. Bon Appetit/Photographer: Marcus NilssonFrom food writer Betty Cortina:From journalist Rene Syler:From cookbook author Chris Kimball:From reality TV star Bethenny Frankel:cbsnews.com
What are your big game plans?
There’s no denying this year is going to be a different big game experience than ever before. Everyone has big opinions on the best food to serve at game day parties. Every year the big game reignites the same old argument- should boneless wings be considered wings? This year of course there are concerns about game day parties being a super-spreader event, so will you be inviting anyone over? AdTo hear the full conversation on what everyone is planning for the big game, watch the video above.
People can’t seem to get enough of these wings!
Whether you like them slathered sweet honey BBQ, or if you think the spicier the better, Detroit Wing Company probably has a sauce for you! He really wanted to focus on one dish and try to make it better than anyone else, so he chose wings. So he decided to open up Detroit Wing Company in Eastpointe. We put the time into brining the wings ... It’s not really rocket science. For more information, visit the Detroit Wing Company website.
Why the Patriots are favored to win the Super Bowl
Why the Patriots are favored to win the Super Bowl CBSsports.com Senior NFL Writer Will Brinson joins CBSN to discuss Super Bowl 2015. Roger Goodell held his State of the NFL on Friday, but didn't field many questions about the Big Game coming up Sunday, February 1, 2015.cbsnews.com