Food & Drink

Dallas' Super Bowl Snacking

Published On 02/03/2011 Published On 02/03/2011

Arlington gets its biggest event since Wet & Wild became Hurricane Harbor, and you're not going -- but that doesn't mean you can't feast like you're in a skybox, which is why we got top area chefs to hook you up with next-level snack recipes that don't need anything weirder than rosemary, baby:

The Honey Shack's Grilled Lemon Pepper Wings with Spicy Ranch Sauce Ozzy Samano, Honey Shack With a little oil and lemon pepper seasoning, these tangy little flappers favor Sriracha's bite over Buffalo's kick -- so your party can call itself a winner, instead of spending two decades telling everyone it was the better team. Shack up with the recipe right here
Brownstone's Lambchop Lollipops Casey Thompson, Brownstone Get your gnaw on with these tender chops-on-a-stick, marinated in garlic and rosemary and made for dipping in mint jelly, and giving you something wonderful to suck on without having to babysit for Mark Chmura. Finally, a snack as meaty as one of those flat-topped Packers from the '60s
Tillman's Spicy Fried Chicken Tacos Brandon Hudson,Tillman's Roadhouse Fueled by chipotle, this joining of forces between South of the Border and Deep South makes you wonder what could happen if KFC and Taco Bell shared more than just a roof. Volcano Popcorn Chicken Burrito, your time is nigh. Colonel Emmanuel Sanders loves this stuff, so check out how to make it



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