How to host a Football Sunday

With football season coming to an end, and the games increasing in viewership how can your domestic instincts not want to host your friends for the games. Even if you’re not a maj. football fanatic it’s an awesome way to invite people that are from different friends groups, and possibly different teams to get to know each other in a casual setting.

1. Have a signature dish – Ours is our famous nachos. Take some classic sour cream, diced tomatoes, green onions, red onions, blended cheese, and drizzled honey barbecue sauce. Then add the secret ingredient – Morning Star Spicy Black Bean Burgers. Chopped up, these are delicious and add a little bit of spice to your nachos, but not enough for it to overwhelm the faint-of-heart.

2. Have something else going on – Set up some drinking games within view of the game. Let’s face it, while some of us are huge football fans (yours truly), others can only pretend to understand what is going on for so long. Get a pong table going, throw a deck of cards on the table or bring out those classic board games.

3. Keep drinks simple – For the Super Bowl, we are breaking out a special drink for each team. Plus, you always need an ample supply of beer. It is football, after all.

4. Lots of seating – Rope some of your favorite guy friends into bringing their couch down from their apartment. Stadium seating anyone?