Since we’re new to the United States, we’ve never experienced a Super Bowl before. What is here called Football, or as we spell it, futbol, could not be more different than what we originally had in mind. Our futbol, what you call soccer, is actually played with the feet! The idea of touching the ball with your hands, let alone throwing it forward, is so foreign to us! And all the tackling! How exciting! Regardless of the differences, we are beyond excited to watch our first Super Bowl game here in the states! And we even have a few ideas for how we’ll be using The Good Cider to enhance the parties we’ll be attending! Check them out below!
The first, and easiest thing, we’ll be sure to do is to show up to the party with The Good Cider in hand! It’ll make an awesome and tasty alternative to all the bland and played out beer that are sure to be at the party also.
We’re also going to be sure to bust out the slow cooker and make The Good Cider pulled pork we’ve made before! You can check that recipe out on our previous blog post about different Thanksgiving ideas! Pull the pork with a fork, and serve on little rolls with some coleslaw for some delicious sliders! Or serve the sandwiches on a full sized bun for a post game meal. The cider-infused pork, with its natural apple flavors compliments the coleslaw perfectly! And when consumed with The Good Cider in hand, the whole meal comes together wonderfully.
Or if you’ve been designated chip and dip duties, we’ve got just the recipe for you! This Cheddar The Good Cider dip is a game changer, and super simple to make! All you need is:
- 1/2 a cup of The Good Cider
- A tablespoon of flour
- teaspoon of spicy mustard
- A dash of Worcestershire sauce
- teaspoon of red pepper sauce
- 2 cups of shredded sharp cheddar
- 2 cups of cubed Velveeta
- And some dipping food! Pretzels recommended!
In an large dutch oven, mix together the flour and mustard. In a separate container, mix together the The Good Cider, and two sauces. Stir the sauce-cider mixture into the oven and add the cheese. Cook and cover on high heat. Stir regularly. Ready after an hour and a half. Serve with dipping food, like pretzels or fresh apple slices!