Super Bowl Snacking

This Sunday, be the big-d'd hostest with the mostest: We talked with talent from Almond, Southern Hospitality, and PDT to bring you no-skills required grub & booze guaranteed to satiate all your friends, and that one dude using you for your flatscreen. No recipe takes more than 30 minutes or requires more than a few ingredients from your local Gristedes.

Mac 'n' Cheese Soupby Ray "Dr. BBQ" Lampe, exec chef at Southern Hospitality A manwich of a soup girded with thick-cut bacon and a pound of cheddar, this mac's the glorious creation of Ray "Dr. BBQ" Lampe, whose only Rx for you is "fat". This recipe's easy, peep it

Old Man and the Teaby Don Lee, Beverage Director, PDT Consisting of nothing but Old Overholt Rye and a 22oz can of Arizona lemon iced tea, the brief prep will leave you time to appreciate every little detail about the game, like those crowd shots of Kurt Warner's wife, and how she resembles an albino Grace Jones. Well, she does. Read before you drink

Open-Faced Skirt Steak Sandwichesby Jason Weiner, Almond Restaurant Just stir-fry the steak, then serve warm baguettes separately so your guests can make their own sandwiches; some call this open-faced, but it could just as easily be known as "I'm not your mom". Peep the recipe