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Superbowl Recipes

Time to Start Cooking
Photo Illustrated by Suzanna Paul
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With the Super Bowl approaching, it is time to bring out the crockpot. There are many different treats, appetizers, and meats that are chosen for this day. There are many different recipes that people decide to go with when it comes to cooking for this event.

Math Teacher Dr. Sarah Brown

“I am a classic spinach dip girl, I could eat them all day,” Dr. Brown said.

Dr. Brown grew up making spinach dip with her mom and creating it for the super bowl every year is a must. She grew up thinking it was a sophisticated dip and enjoys the nostalgia that comes with it. She enjoys a plethora of different appetizers for the super bowl, from vegetables to bbq weenies.

Business and FACs Teacher Diana Dickerson

“You won’t beat the loaded baked potato soup period,” Dickerson said.

Dickerson is quite the chef and cooks often. She has a few of her favorite recipes that get her through the superbowl day.

  • Chili
  • Hamburgers
  • Bricks
  • Cookies
  • Brownies
  • Chocolate Chip Cookies
  • Ham & Cheese Sliders
  • Wings
    • With side of celery
  • Fruit Tray
  • Veggie Tray
  • Loaded Baked Potato Soup
    1. Use red potatoes, wash and cut and put them into chicken broth (do not want this to be mushy)
    2. Transfer the chicken broth and potatoes mix into a crockpot on low
    3. Stir in Bear creek Cheddar Cheese soup into the mixture
    4. Let all of the ingredients cook on low
    5. Add four pounds of potatoes, one can of cream of celery and one can of cream of celery
    6. Dice ham and add into mixture
    7. Add bacon crisps
    8. Stir again and add one cup of sour cream
    9. Add more graded cheddar cheese until stringy
    10. The soup is done!
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Suzanna Paul
Suzanna Paul, Editor-in-chief, Pulse Newspaper
Suzanna Paul joined the MHS Student Media team in 2022. Besides being on the student media staff, Suzanna is a member of Best Buddies and participates in Unified Sports.
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