Since the Patriots abstained from the Super Bowl this year, you'll probably end up watching the game with your other depressed friends on your analog RCA. Luckily for your sorrows, we talked to Union's chef, the co-owner of Mike and Patty's, and a mixologist at Grafton Street, to bring you a simple menu of fixable-at-home grub/cocktails that're so ridiculously delicious, you'll forget your therapist thinks you have "mother issues".
Primanti Bros-Style Pittsburgh Party Hoagie Mike Fitzhenry is the co-owner of Mike and Patty's Sandwich Shop in Bay Village This big-ass sub pays homage to Pittsburgh's famed Primanti sandwich shop by throwing two pounds of meat on a loaf of Italian bread, then adding Italian dressing, tomatoes, cole slaw, and French fries, letting you stick hard and fast to your diet, by avoiding those fattening side orders. Peep the recipe
Salsa-Baked Chorizo Goat Cheese Stephen Sherman is the Chef de Cuisine at Union Bar and Grille in the South End This cheese-chorizo-jalapeno combo is best mixed with a "good salsa", which shouldn't be confused with your pathetic attempt at a "sexy" late-night dance move. Eat the recipe Drunken Apricot Beer Punch Cara Mihaliak is a bartender at Grafton Street in Harvard Square. Marinating the beer with dried apricots may "bring out the apricot flavors", but then the brandy and whiskey you throw in afterward tells them to sit back down and shut the hell up. This is one bomb-ass recipe
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