For Love and the Game
It’s that time of year—time to envision your most lovable Valentine’s Day menu, and a spectacular Super Bowl snack game. So, let’s go make this your most fun, most fabulous, and foodiest February ever.
This year, it's the Super Food Bowl.
Does it always have to be the same-old-same-old big-name brands, with the big-time sodium, sugar, and other not-so-super ingredients? We think not, and we’re bringing some fresh, nutritious snacks into play.
Amp up your apps.
Create an irresistible spread with bowls of Bitchin’ Sauce, our favorite tahini dips, and a homemade smoky queso dip. Round it out with Our Own Guacamole (a perennially healthy game day fave) accompanied by kale chips, healthy popcorn, and a generous helping of Gluten-free Siete Tortilla Chips and see how fast they disappear.
Draft your fantasy menu.
Custom skillet pizzas are an easy crowd-pleaser. Throw your favorite toppings on a tortilla, heat it up on the stove, slice it into wedges and rack up the points. Use our pizza sauce or whip up some Kale Nut Pesto for the base, then let party guests add their favorite toppings. It’s a lighter pizza option that’s also perfect for picky eaters or guests with dietary restrictions—they’re super easy to make vegan, gluten- or dairy-free: just stock your topping bar with non-dairy cheese shreds and vegetarian sausage.
And since it is Feb-BREW-ary, why not offer your guests a tasting from our wide selection of delicious beers?
Express your true feelings with food.
Love is often lovelier when you’re spontaneous and creative. So, this Valentine’s Day, why not whip up something unexpected with ingredients you don’t normally use?
Try experimenting with duck breast or lamb loin chops. Treat your partner to a crunchy Chicken Parmesan, or a Pissaladière Tart—the Provençal version of pizza. Ready to experience true love? Allow us to set you up with our fresh, house-made crab cakes. Or, open a nice bottle and whip up this romantic Red Wine Pasta.
Speaking of wine—cooking with it adds incredible depth to whatever you’re making. As a rule, reds (think Pinot Noir and Cabernet Sauvignon) typically complement beef and lamb, while Pinot Grigio is a go-to with seafood, and Sauvignon Blanc is great for a creamy risotto. Use your wine to deglaze your pan while cooking— (you pour it into the hot pan to loosen those little flavor bombs that get stuck to the bottom.)
After your adventurous Valentine meal, how about chocolates, roses, and homemade Flourless Chocolate Cake? Or pick up one of our take and bake Chocolate Lava Cakes for a volcanic finale to your V-day.