Looking for some last minute ideas to wow your Super Bowl party guests on Sunday? Why not try your hand at creating a Super Bowl stadium replica from deli meats or from Twinkies? Check the link for a few other samples to give you some creative inspiration.
If food platter architecture is a little more than you feel you can tackle (ahem), maybe you might consider something along the lines of a Super Bowl themed cakes, cookies or sandwiches. Also check the Food Network's Big Game Bash page and Winning Super Bowl Recipes from AllYou. We particularly like the look of these football shaped peanut butter swirl brownies.
Have fun, but remember - Super Bowl Fans Don't Let Fans Drive Drunk
Everyone loves a party, but don't let fun run away with you. Our best party tip is to remind you that it's important to be responsible hosts so that you or your guests don't end up in the local headlines on the day after. Rest assured, law enforcement and DUI patrols will be doing double duty to catch impaired drivers. And if you are a party host, you may have liability if your guests drink and drive.
The NFL, the U.S. Department of Transportation's National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, Mothers Against Drunk Driving, and other groups have all teamed up to raise awareness about drunk driving in a Fans Don't Let Fans Drive Drunk campaign. This site offers two guides of safety precautions and tips, one for if you're a Super Bowl party host and the other if you're a party guest at one. In both situations it is important to take precautions for the safety of everybody.
Other safety tips and advice for hosting parties, planning for designated drivers, and more can be found at the HERO Campaign for Designated Drivers.