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Where to Watch the Super Bowl in New York City

Where to Watch the Super Bowl in New York City

New York City football fans are gearing up to cheer on their team and they need a place to do it. If watching the Super Bowl at a friend's house isn't an option, Giants fans are going to need a place where they can relate to their own kind, somewhere to cheer players on (or yell at the ref), somewhere they can drink beer, and, most importantly, somewhere with TVs. In short: The perfect sports bar for Super Bowl Sunday.

Of course, perfection is a moving target. From the hyper-trendy Ainsworth that caters to the New York socialite-who-happens-to-be-a-football-fan to the anything-but-fancy Jack Russell’s pub, each of these spots appeals to their own brand of fan. Because no matter how much or little you care about football, when your team makes the Super Bowl, you have to come out and support!

East End Bar & Grill

This spacious fixture on the Upper East Side is a meeting ground for all those die-hard Giants fans above 42nd Street. The deals here are not to be missed, with specials like $3 mugs of imported beer and absurdly cheap burgers and wings.

The Hill

Somewhat trendier than your father’s basement/wet bar where you used to watch the game, The Hill has 25 HDTVs, two floors, and two bars to go with them. Enjoy the slightly upscale food menu and see how much fun it is to be an adult… that still yells at the TV.

Jack Russell’s Pub

This bar gets the best parts of new-school and old-school right, with antique New York sports paraphernalia lining the walls alongside 13 HDTVs and 10 booths with personal televisions. And for those who need to keep occupied while waiting for the next round of commercials, there’s also a pool table to make use of.

Ocean’s 8

Even if you are in Brooklyn, trust that there will be somewhere to catch the game. That place is Ocean’s 8 Sports Bar, located in Prospect Heights. This not-kidding-around sports bar boasts 30 HDTVs, two of which big enough to make a small house from, and a selection of 24 beers in addition to their full bar. As an added bonus, once the combination of beer and football starts to make you believe you are an athlete, too, you can roam around to any of the six ping pong tables, 30 pool tables, and two bowling alleys to demonstrate why you should be out on the gridiron.


WATCH: Chef David Burke Shares His Favorite Super Bowl Party Recipes

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork ) — Elevated your Super Bowl party with food that honor the regions both teams call home.

According to Google, buffalo wings and dip recipes are among the most popular snack searched for ahead of the Super Bowl. A combination buffalo chicken wing dip was a favorite in New Jersey, and jalapeno poppers topped searches in New York.

The Calorie Control Council says the average American will eat a whopping 2,400 calories on Super Bowl Sunday.

Chef David Burke, owner of Tavern 62 on the Upper East Side and and BLT Prime by David Burke in Washington D.C., stopped by CBS2 Sunday morning to share some recipes that will take you from brunch all the way up to the big game.

Click on the video above for more, and check out some recipes below.

“Devil Went Down To Georgia” – Deviled eggs with cornmeal fried oysters

Ingredients:
1 dozen hard boiled extra large eggs
Seasoning Ingredients:
½ cup thinly sliced jalapenos
½ cup mayonnaise
1 teaspoon Black pepper
2 table spoons Chili Powder
2 teaspoons ground cumin
1 tablespoon Himalayan salt
1 teaspoon crushed red pepper
Lemon zest and juice of 1 lemon
½ cup crumbled bacon

Garnish:
1/4 teaspoon Paprika for sprinkling the finished egg

Directions:
Slice the hard boiled eggs in half, lengthwise.
Scoop out the yolks, put them in a bowl, add mayonnaise, and the seasoning ingredients.
Stir and blend well, spoon the mixture into a pastry bag, and then fill the egg whites.
Cover them, before chilling for an hour in the refrigerator.
Sprinkle the paprika before serving. Top w/ warm crispy oysters.

Deep Fried Oyster With Cornmeal
Ingredients:
2 quarts vegetable oil
1 quart shucked and drained oysters
2 cups corn meal
2 tablespoons garlic powder
2 tablespoons Cajun seasoning
1 tablespoon ground black pepper
2 tablespoons Himalayan salt

Directions
Heat the saute pan to 375 degrees
Rinse the oysters in water.
In a plastic bag, combine the corn meal, garlic powder, seasoning, black pepper and salt.
Add the oysters to the bag and shake till oysters are entirely covered.
Only fry 3 to 4 oysters at a time in the deep fryer.
Oysters are done when they float & color should be golden brown.
Remove oysters from the deep fryer, and drain or lay on paper towels to soak up some of the oil.
Serve warm.

2 long hot green peppers
8 cloves of garlic
2 jalapenos
3 large yellow onions.
1 red onion
2 large green bell peppers
2 large red peppers
2 cans of white small pinto beans
2 cans of small red beans
3 teaspoons of Pink Himalaya Salt
3 teaspoons of fresh ground black pepper
2 1/2 cans of crushed tomatoes
Large block of sharp cheddar cheese
2 to 3 table spoons of Olive Oil
3 to 4 packs of organic ground beef (1lbs each)

Secret ingredient: one beer of your choice!

In same pan on medium heat and diced yellow onions, cubed chopped red and green bell peppers. Stir and cook for 20 minutes until semi soft.
Put aside.

In the same pan on medium heat and the organic ground beef. Thoroughly cook covered and stir. Usually 20 minutes. Once cooked drain the oil from the meat. Put aside.

Rinse and drain all the beans. Put aside.

In a large pot add the crushed tomatoes on medium heat. Once hot add all the ingredients above.

Add salt and pepper to taste.

Let simmer for 2 hours on low heat.

Once done. Add shredded sharp cheddar cheese, red onions, and jalapenos to taste.


WATCH: Chef David Burke Shares His Favorite Super Bowl Party Recipes

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork ) — Elevated your Super Bowl party with food that honor the regions both teams call home.

According to Google, buffalo wings and dip recipes are among the most popular snack searched for ahead of the Super Bowl. A combination buffalo chicken wing dip was a favorite in New Jersey, and jalapeno poppers topped searches in New York.

The Calorie Control Council says the average American will eat a whopping 2,400 calories on Super Bowl Sunday.

Chef David Burke, owner of Tavern 62 on the Upper East Side and and BLT Prime by David Burke in Washington D.C., stopped by CBS2 Sunday morning to share some recipes that will take you from brunch all the way up to the big game.

Click on the video above for more, and check out some recipes below.

“Devil Went Down To Georgia” – Deviled eggs with cornmeal fried oysters

Ingredients:
1 dozen hard boiled extra large eggs
Seasoning Ingredients:
½ cup thinly sliced jalapenos
½ cup mayonnaise
1 teaspoon Black pepper
2 table spoons Chili Powder
2 teaspoons ground cumin
1 tablespoon Himalayan salt
1 teaspoon crushed red pepper
Lemon zest and juice of 1 lemon
½ cup crumbled bacon

Garnish:
1/4 teaspoon Paprika for sprinkling the finished egg

Directions:
Slice the hard boiled eggs in half, lengthwise.
Scoop out the yolks, put them in a bowl, add mayonnaise, and the seasoning ingredients.
Stir and blend well, spoon the mixture into a pastry bag, and then fill the egg whites.
Cover them, before chilling for an hour in the refrigerator.
Sprinkle the paprika before serving. Top w/ warm crispy oysters.

Deep Fried Oyster With Cornmeal
Ingredients:
2 quarts vegetable oil
1 quart shucked and drained oysters
2 cups corn meal
2 tablespoons garlic powder
2 tablespoons Cajun seasoning
1 tablespoon ground black pepper
2 tablespoons Himalayan salt

Directions
Heat the saute pan to 375 degrees
Rinse the oysters in water.
In a plastic bag, combine the corn meal, garlic powder, seasoning, black pepper and salt.
Add the oysters to the bag and shake till oysters are entirely covered.
Only fry 3 to 4 oysters at a time in the deep fryer.
Oysters are done when they float & color should be golden brown.
Remove oysters from the deep fryer, and drain or lay on paper towels to soak up some of the oil.
Serve warm.

2 long hot green peppers
8 cloves of garlic
2 jalapenos
3 large yellow onions.
1 red onion
2 large green bell peppers
2 large red peppers
2 cans of white small pinto beans
2 cans of small red beans
3 teaspoons of Pink Himalaya Salt
3 teaspoons of fresh ground black pepper
2 1/2 cans of crushed tomatoes
Large block of sharp cheddar cheese
2 to 3 table spoons of Olive Oil
3 to 4 packs of organic ground beef (1lbs each)

Secret ingredient: one beer of your choice!

In same pan on medium heat and diced yellow onions, cubed chopped red and green bell peppers. Stir and cook for 20 minutes until semi soft.
Put aside.

In the same pan on medium heat and the organic ground beef. Thoroughly cook covered and stir. Usually 20 minutes. Once cooked drain the oil from the meat. Put aside.

Rinse and drain all the beans. Put aside.

In a large pot add the crushed tomatoes on medium heat. Once hot add all the ingredients above.

Add salt and pepper to taste.

Let simmer for 2 hours on low heat.

Once done. Add shredded sharp cheddar cheese, red onions, and jalapenos to taste.


WATCH: Chef David Burke Shares His Favorite Super Bowl Party Recipes

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork ) — Elevated your Super Bowl party with food that honor the regions both teams call home.

According to Google, buffalo wings and dip recipes are among the most popular snack searched for ahead of the Super Bowl. A combination buffalo chicken wing dip was a favorite in New Jersey, and jalapeno poppers topped searches in New York.

The Calorie Control Council says the average American will eat a whopping 2,400 calories on Super Bowl Sunday.

Chef David Burke, owner of Tavern 62 on the Upper East Side and and BLT Prime by David Burke in Washington D.C., stopped by CBS2 Sunday morning to share some recipes that will take you from brunch all the way up to the big game.

Click on the video above for more, and check out some recipes below.

“Devil Went Down To Georgia” – Deviled eggs with cornmeal fried oysters

Ingredients:
1 dozen hard boiled extra large eggs
Seasoning Ingredients:
½ cup thinly sliced jalapenos
½ cup mayonnaise
1 teaspoon Black pepper
2 table spoons Chili Powder
2 teaspoons ground cumin
1 tablespoon Himalayan salt
1 teaspoon crushed red pepper
Lemon zest and juice of 1 lemon
½ cup crumbled bacon

Garnish:
1/4 teaspoon Paprika for sprinkling the finished egg

Directions:
Slice the hard boiled eggs in half, lengthwise.
Scoop out the yolks, put them in a bowl, add mayonnaise, and the seasoning ingredients.
Stir and blend well, spoon the mixture into a pastry bag, and then fill the egg whites.
Cover them, before chilling for an hour in the refrigerator.
Sprinkle the paprika before serving. Top w/ warm crispy oysters.

Deep Fried Oyster With Cornmeal
Ingredients:
2 quarts vegetable oil
1 quart shucked and drained oysters
2 cups corn meal
2 tablespoons garlic powder
2 tablespoons Cajun seasoning
1 tablespoon ground black pepper
2 tablespoons Himalayan salt

Directions
Heat the saute pan to 375 degrees
Rinse the oysters in water.
In a plastic bag, combine the corn meal, garlic powder, seasoning, black pepper and salt.
Add the oysters to the bag and shake till oysters are entirely covered.
Only fry 3 to 4 oysters at a time in the deep fryer.
Oysters are done when they float & color should be golden brown.
Remove oysters from the deep fryer, and drain or lay on paper towels to soak up some of the oil.
Serve warm.

2 long hot green peppers
8 cloves of garlic
2 jalapenos
3 large yellow onions.
1 red onion
2 large green bell peppers
2 large red peppers
2 cans of white small pinto beans
2 cans of small red beans
3 teaspoons of Pink Himalaya Salt
3 teaspoons of fresh ground black pepper
2 1/2 cans of crushed tomatoes
Large block of sharp cheddar cheese
2 to 3 table spoons of Olive Oil
3 to 4 packs of organic ground beef (1lbs each)

Secret ingredient: one beer of your choice!

In same pan on medium heat and diced yellow onions, cubed chopped red and green bell peppers. Stir and cook for 20 minutes until semi soft.
Put aside.

In the same pan on medium heat and the organic ground beef. Thoroughly cook covered and stir. Usually 20 minutes. Once cooked drain the oil from the meat. Put aside.

Rinse and drain all the beans. Put aside.

In a large pot add the crushed tomatoes on medium heat. Once hot add all the ingredients above.

Add salt and pepper to taste.

Let simmer for 2 hours on low heat.

Once done. Add shredded sharp cheddar cheese, red onions, and jalapenos to taste.


WATCH: Chef David Burke Shares His Favorite Super Bowl Party Recipes

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork ) — Elevated your Super Bowl party with food that honor the regions both teams call home.

According to Google, buffalo wings and dip recipes are among the most popular snack searched for ahead of the Super Bowl. A combination buffalo chicken wing dip was a favorite in New Jersey, and jalapeno poppers topped searches in New York.

The Calorie Control Council says the average American will eat a whopping 2,400 calories on Super Bowl Sunday.

Chef David Burke, owner of Tavern 62 on the Upper East Side and and BLT Prime by David Burke in Washington D.C., stopped by CBS2 Sunday morning to share some recipes that will take you from brunch all the way up to the big game.

Click on the video above for more, and check out some recipes below.

“Devil Went Down To Georgia” – Deviled eggs with cornmeal fried oysters

Ingredients:
1 dozen hard boiled extra large eggs
Seasoning Ingredients:
½ cup thinly sliced jalapenos
½ cup mayonnaise
1 teaspoon Black pepper
2 table spoons Chili Powder
2 teaspoons ground cumin
1 tablespoon Himalayan salt
1 teaspoon crushed red pepper
Lemon zest and juice of 1 lemon
½ cup crumbled bacon

Garnish:
1/4 teaspoon Paprika for sprinkling the finished egg

Directions:
Slice the hard boiled eggs in half, lengthwise.
Scoop out the yolks, put them in a bowl, add mayonnaise, and the seasoning ingredients.
Stir and blend well, spoon the mixture into a pastry bag, and then fill the egg whites.
Cover them, before chilling for an hour in the refrigerator.
Sprinkle the paprika before serving. Top w/ warm crispy oysters.

Deep Fried Oyster With Cornmeal
Ingredients:
2 quarts vegetable oil
1 quart shucked and drained oysters
2 cups corn meal
2 tablespoons garlic powder
2 tablespoons Cajun seasoning
1 tablespoon ground black pepper
2 tablespoons Himalayan salt

Directions
Heat the saute pan to 375 degrees
Rinse the oysters in water.
In a plastic bag, combine the corn meal, garlic powder, seasoning, black pepper and salt.
Add the oysters to the bag and shake till oysters are entirely covered.
Only fry 3 to 4 oysters at a time in the deep fryer.
Oysters are done when they float & color should be golden brown.
Remove oysters from the deep fryer, and drain or lay on paper towels to soak up some of the oil.
Serve warm.

2 long hot green peppers
8 cloves of garlic
2 jalapenos
3 large yellow onions.
1 red onion
2 large green bell peppers
2 large red peppers
2 cans of white small pinto beans
2 cans of small red beans
3 teaspoons of Pink Himalaya Salt
3 teaspoons of fresh ground black pepper
2 1/2 cans of crushed tomatoes
Large block of sharp cheddar cheese
2 to 3 table spoons of Olive Oil
3 to 4 packs of organic ground beef (1lbs each)

Secret ingredient: one beer of your choice!

In same pan on medium heat and diced yellow onions, cubed chopped red and green bell peppers. Stir and cook for 20 minutes until semi soft.
Put aside.

In the same pan on medium heat and the organic ground beef. Thoroughly cook covered and stir. Usually 20 minutes. Once cooked drain the oil from the meat. Put aside.

Rinse and drain all the beans. Put aside.

In a large pot add the crushed tomatoes on medium heat. Once hot add all the ingredients above.

Add salt and pepper to taste.

Let simmer for 2 hours on low heat.

Once done. Add shredded sharp cheddar cheese, red onions, and jalapenos to taste.


WATCH: Chef David Burke Shares His Favorite Super Bowl Party Recipes

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork ) — Elevated your Super Bowl party with food that honor the regions both teams call home.

According to Google, buffalo wings and dip recipes are among the most popular snack searched for ahead of the Super Bowl. A combination buffalo chicken wing dip was a favorite in New Jersey, and jalapeno poppers topped searches in New York.

The Calorie Control Council says the average American will eat a whopping 2,400 calories on Super Bowl Sunday.

Chef David Burke, owner of Tavern 62 on the Upper East Side and and BLT Prime by David Burke in Washington D.C., stopped by CBS2 Sunday morning to share some recipes that will take you from brunch all the way up to the big game.

Click on the video above for more, and check out some recipes below.

“Devil Went Down To Georgia” – Deviled eggs with cornmeal fried oysters

Ingredients:
1 dozen hard boiled extra large eggs
Seasoning Ingredients:
½ cup thinly sliced jalapenos
½ cup mayonnaise
1 teaspoon Black pepper
2 table spoons Chili Powder
2 teaspoons ground cumin
1 tablespoon Himalayan salt
1 teaspoon crushed red pepper
Lemon zest and juice of 1 lemon
½ cup crumbled bacon

Garnish:
1/4 teaspoon Paprika for sprinkling the finished egg

Directions:
Slice the hard boiled eggs in half, lengthwise.
Scoop out the yolks, put them in a bowl, add mayonnaise, and the seasoning ingredients.
Stir and blend well, spoon the mixture into a pastry bag, and then fill the egg whites.
Cover them, before chilling for an hour in the refrigerator.
Sprinkle the paprika before serving. Top w/ warm crispy oysters.

Deep Fried Oyster With Cornmeal
Ingredients:
2 quarts vegetable oil
1 quart shucked and drained oysters
2 cups corn meal
2 tablespoons garlic powder
2 tablespoons Cajun seasoning
1 tablespoon ground black pepper
2 tablespoons Himalayan salt

Directions
Heat the saute pan to 375 degrees
Rinse the oysters in water.
In a plastic bag, combine the corn meal, garlic powder, seasoning, black pepper and salt.
Add the oysters to the bag and shake till oysters are entirely covered.
Only fry 3 to 4 oysters at a time in the deep fryer.
Oysters are done when they float & color should be golden brown.
Remove oysters from the deep fryer, and drain or lay on paper towels to soak up some of the oil.
Serve warm.

2 long hot green peppers
8 cloves of garlic
2 jalapenos
3 large yellow onions.
1 red onion
2 large green bell peppers
2 large red peppers
2 cans of white small pinto beans
2 cans of small red beans
3 teaspoons of Pink Himalaya Salt
3 teaspoons of fresh ground black pepper
2 1/2 cans of crushed tomatoes
Large block of sharp cheddar cheese
2 to 3 table spoons of Olive Oil
3 to 4 packs of organic ground beef (1lbs each)

Secret ingredient: one beer of your choice!

In same pan on medium heat and diced yellow onions, cubed chopped red and green bell peppers. Stir and cook for 20 minutes until semi soft.
Put aside.

In the same pan on medium heat and the organic ground beef. Thoroughly cook covered and stir. Usually 20 minutes. Once cooked drain the oil from the meat. Put aside.

Rinse and drain all the beans. Put aside.

In a large pot add the crushed tomatoes on medium heat. Once hot add all the ingredients above.

Add salt and pepper to taste.

Let simmer for 2 hours on low heat.

Once done. Add shredded sharp cheddar cheese, red onions, and jalapenos to taste.


WATCH: Chef David Burke Shares His Favorite Super Bowl Party Recipes

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork ) — Elevated your Super Bowl party with food that honor the regions both teams call home.

According to Google, buffalo wings and dip recipes are among the most popular snack searched for ahead of the Super Bowl. A combination buffalo chicken wing dip was a favorite in New Jersey, and jalapeno poppers topped searches in New York.

The Calorie Control Council says the average American will eat a whopping 2,400 calories on Super Bowl Sunday.

Chef David Burke, owner of Tavern 62 on the Upper East Side and and BLT Prime by David Burke in Washington D.C., stopped by CBS2 Sunday morning to share some recipes that will take you from brunch all the way up to the big game.

Click on the video above for more, and check out some recipes below.

“Devil Went Down To Georgia” – Deviled eggs with cornmeal fried oysters

Ingredients:
1 dozen hard boiled extra large eggs
Seasoning Ingredients:
½ cup thinly sliced jalapenos
½ cup mayonnaise
1 teaspoon Black pepper
2 table spoons Chili Powder
2 teaspoons ground cumin
1 tablespoon Himalayan salt
1 teaspoon crushed red pepper
Lemon zest and juice of 1 lemon
½ cup crumbled bacon

Garnish:
1/4 teaspoon Paprika for sprinkling the finished egg

Directions:
Slice the hard boiled eggs in half, lengthwise.
Scoop out the yolks, put them in a bowl, add mayonnaise, and the seasoning ingredients.
Stir and blend well, spoon the mixture into a pastry bag, and then fill the egg whites.
Cover them, before chilling for an hour in the refrigerator.
Sprinkle the paprika before serving. Top w/ warm crispy oysters.

Deep Fried Oyster With Cornmeal
Ingredients:
2 quarts vegetable oil
1 quart shucked and drained oysters
2 cups corn meal
2 tablespoons garlic powder
2 tablespoons Cajun seasoning
1 tablespoon ground black pepper
2 tablespoons Himalayan salt

Directions
Heat the saute pan to 375 degrees
Rinse the oysters in water.
In a plastic bag, combine the corn meal, garlic powder, seasoning, black pepper and salt.
Add the oysters to the bag and shake till oysters are entirely covered.
Only fry 3 to 4 oysters at a time in the deep fryer.
Oysters are done when they float & color should be golden brown.
Remove oysters from the deep fryer, and drain or lay on paper towels to soak up some of the oil.
Serve warm.

2 long hot green peppers
8 cloves of garlic
2 jalapenos
3 large yellow onions.
1 red onion
2 large green bell peppers
2 large red peppers
2 cans of white small pinto beans
2 cans of small red beans
3 teaspoons of Pink Himalaya Salt
3 teaspoons of fresh ground black pepper
2 1/2 cans of crushed tomatoes
Large block of sharp cheddar cheese
2 to 3 table spoons of Olive Oil
3 to 4 packs of organic ground beef (1lbs each)

Secret ingredient: one beer of your choice!

In same pan on medium heat and diced yellow onions, cubed chopped red and green bell peppers. Stir and cook for 20 minutes until semi soft.
Put aside.

In the same pan on medium heat and the organic ground beef. Thoroughly cook covered and stir. Usually 20 minutes. Once cooked drain the oil from the meat. Put aside.

Rinse and drain all the beans. Put aside.

In a large pot add the crushed tomatoes on medium heat. Once hot add all the ingredients above.

Add salt and pepper to taste.

Let simmer for 2 hours on low heat.

Once done. Add shredded sharp cheddar cheese, red onions, and jalapenos to taste.


WATCH: Chef David Burke Shares His Favorite Super Bowl Party Recipes

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork ) — Elevated your Super Bowl party with food that honor the regions both teams call home.

According to Google, buffalo wings and dip recipes are among the most popular snack searched for ahead of the Super Bowl. A combination buffalo chicken wing dip was a favorite in New Jersey, and jalapeno poppers topped searches in New York.

The Calorie Control Council says the average American will eat a whopping 2,400 calories on Super Bowl Sunday.

Chef David Burke, owner of Tavern 62 on the Upper East Side and and BLT Prime by David Burke in Washington D.C., stopped by CBS2 Sunday morning to share some recipes that will take you from brunch all the way up to the big game.

Click on the video above for more, and check out some recipes below.

“Devil Went Down To Georgia” – Deviled eggs with cornmeal fried oysters

Ingredients:
1 dozen hard boiled extra large eggs
Seasoning Ingredients:
½ cup thinly sliced jalapenos
½ cup mayonnaise
1 teaspoon Black pepper
2 table spoons Chili Powder
2 teaspoons ground cumin
1 tablespoon Himalayan salt
1 teaspoon crushed red pepper
Lemon zest and juice of 1 lemon
½ cup crumbled bacon

Garnish:
1/4 teaspoon Paprika for sprinkling the finished egg

Directions:
Slice the hard boiled eggs in half, lengthwise.
Scoop out the yolks, put them in a bowl, add mayonnaise, and the seasoning ingredients.
Stir and blend well, spoon the mixture into a pastry bag, and then fill the egg whites.
Cover them, before chilling for an hour in the refrigerator.
Sprinkle the paprika before serving. Top w/ warm crispy oysters.

Deep Fried Oyster With Cornmeal
Ingredients:
2 quarts vegetable oil
1 quart shucked and drained oysters
2 cups corn meal
2 tablespoons garlic powder
2 tablespoons Cajun seasoning
1 tablespoon ground black pepper
2 tablespoons Himalayan salt

Directions
Heat the saute pan to 375 degrees
Rinse the oysters in water.
In a plastic bag, combine the corn meal, garlic powder, seasoning, black pepper and salt.
Add the oysters to the bag and shake till oysters are entirely covered.
Only fry 3 to 4 oysters at a time in the deep fryer.
Oysters are done when they float & color should be golden brown.
Remove oysters from the deep fryer, and drain or lay on paper towels to soak up some of the oil.
Serve warm.

2 long hot green peppers
8 cloves of garlic
2 jalapenos
3 large yellow onions.
1 red onion
2 large green bell peppers
2 large red peppers
2 cans of white small pinto beans
2 cans of small red beans
3 teaspoons of Pink Himalaya Salt
3 teaspoons of fresh ground black pepper
2 1/2 cans of crushed tomatoes
Large block of sharp cheddar cheese
2 to 3 table spoons of Olive Oil
3 to 4 packs of organic ground beef (1lbs each)

Secret ingredient: one beer of your choice!

In same pan on medium heat and diced yellow onions, cubed chopped red and green bell peppers. Stir and cook for 20 minutes until semi soft.
Put aside.

In the same pan on medium heat and the organic ground beef. Thoroughly cook covered and stir. Usually 20 minutes. Once cooked drain the oil from the meat. Put aside.

Rinse and drain all the beans. Put aside.

In a large pot add the crushed tomatoes on medium heat. Once hot add all the ingredients above.

Add salt and pepper to taste.

Let simmer for 2 hours on low heat.

Once done. Add shredded sharp cheddar cheese, red onions, and jalapenos to taste.


WATCH: Chef David Burke Shares His Favorite Super Bowl Party Recipes

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork ) — Elevated your Super Bowl party with food that honor the regions both teams call home.

According to Google, buffalo wings and dip recipes are among the most popular snack searched for ahead of the Super Bowl. A combination buffalo chicken wing dip was a favorite in New Jersey, and jalapeno poppers topped searches in New York.

The Calorie Control Council says the average American will eat a whopping 2,400 calories on Super Bowl Sunday.

Chef David Burke, owner of Tavern 62 on the Upper East Side and and BLT Prime by David Burke in Washington D.C., stopped by CBS2 Sunday morning to share some recipes that will take you from brunch all the way up to the big game.

Click on the video above for more, and check out some recipes below.

“Devil Went Down To Georgia” – Deviled eggs with cornmeal fried oysters

Ingredients:
1 dozen hard boiled extra large eggs
Seasoning Ingredients:
½ cup thinly sliced jalapenos
½ cup mayonnaise
1 teaspoon Black pepper
2 table spoons Chili Powder
2 teaspoons ground cumin
1 tablespoon Himalayan salt
1 teaspoon crushed red pepper
Lemon zest and juice of 1 lemon
½ cup crumbled bacon

Garnish:
1/4 teaspoon Paprika for sprinkling the finished egg

Directions:
Slice the hard boiled eggs in half, lengthwise.
Scoop out the yolks, put them in a bowl, add mayonnaise, and the seasoning ingredients.
Stir and blend well, spoon the mixture into a pastry bag, and then fill the egg whites.
Cover them, before chilling for an hour in the refrigerator.
Sprinkle the paprika before serving. Top w/ warm crispy oysters.

Deep Fried Oyster With Cornmeal
Ingredients:
2 quarts vegetable oil
1 quart shucked and drained oysters
2 cups corn meal
2 tablespoons garlic powder
2 tablespoons Cajun seasoning
1 tablespoon ground black pepper
2 tablespoons Himalayan salt

Directions
Heat the saute pan to 375 degrees
Rinse the oysters in water.
In a plastic bag, combine the corn meal, garlic powder, seasoning, black pepper and salt.
Add the oysters to the bag and shake till oysters are entirely covered.
Only fry 3 to 4 oysters at a time in the deep fryer.
Oysters are done when they float & color should be golden brown.
Remove oysters from the deep fryer, and drain or lay on paper towels to soak up some of the oil.
Serve warm.

2 long hot green peppers
8 cloves of garlic
2 jalapenos
3 large yellow onions.
1 red onion
2 large green bell peppers
2 large red peppers
2 cans of white small pinto beans
2 cans of small red beans
3 teaspoons of Pink Himalaya Salt
3 teaspoons of fresh ground black pepper
2 1/2 cans of crushed tomatoes
Large block of sharp cheddar cheese
2 to 3 table spoons of Olive Oil
3 to 4 packs of organic ground beef (1lbs each)

Secret ingredient: one beer of your choice!

In same pan on medium heat and diced yellow onions, cubed chopped red and green bell peppers. Stir and cook for 20 minutes until semi soft.
Put aside.

In the same pan on medium heat and the organic ground beef. Thoroughly cook covered and stir. Usually 20 minutes. Once cooked drain the oil from the meat. Put aside.

Rinse and drain all the beans. Put aside.

In a large pot add the crushed tomatoes on medium heat. Once hot add all the ingredients above.

Add salt and pepper to taste.

Let simmer for 2 hours on low heat.

Once done. Add shredded sharp cheddar cheese, red onions, and jalapenos to taste.


WATCH: Chef David Burke Shares His Favorite Super Bowl Party Recipes

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork ) — Elevated your Super Bowl party with food that honor the regions both teams call home.

According to Google, buffalo wings and dip recipes are among the most popular snack searched for ahead of the Super Bowl. A combination buffalo chicken wing dip was a favorite in New Jersey, and jalapeno poppers topped searches in New York.

The Calorie Control Council says the average American will eat a whopping 2,400 calories on Super Bowl Sunday.

Chef David Burke, owner of Tavern 62 on the Upper East Side and and BLT Prime by David Burke in Washington D.C., stopped by CBS2 Sunday morning to share some recipes that will take you from brunch all the way up to the big game.

Click on the video above for more, and check out some recipes below.

“Devil Went Down To Georgia” – Deviled eggs with cornmeal fried oysters

Ingredients:
1 dozen hard boiled extra large eggs
Seasoning Ingredients:
½ cup thinly sliced jalapenos
½ cup mayonnaise
1 teaspoon Black pepper
2 table spoons Chili Powder
2 teaspoons ground cumin
1 tablespoon Himalayan salt
1 teaspoon crushed red pepper
Lemon zest and juice of 1 lemon
½ cup crumbled bacon

Garnish:
1/4 teaspoon Paprika for sprinkling the finished egg

Directions:
Slice the hard boiled eggs in half, lengthwise.
Scoop out the yolks, put them in a bowl, add mayonnaise, and the seasoning ingredients.
Stir and blend well, spoon the mixture into a pastry bag, and then fill the egg whites.
Cover them, before chilling for an hour in the refrigerator.
Sprinkle the paprika before serving. Top w/ warm crispy oysters.

Deep Fried Oyster With Cornmeal
Ingredients:
2 quarts vegetable oil
1 quart shucked and drained oysters
2 cups corn meal
2 tablespoons garlic powder
2 tablespoons Cajun seasoning
1 tablespoon ground black pepper
2 tablespoons Himalayan salt

Directions
Heat the saute pan to 375 degrees
Rinse the oysters in water.
In a plastic bag, combine the corn meal, garlic powder, seasoning, black pepper and salt.
Add the oysters to the bag and shake till oysters are entirely covered.
Only fry 3 to 4 oysters at a time in the deep fryer.
Oysters are done when they float & color should be golden brown.
Remove oysters from the deep fryer, and drain or lay on paper towels to soak up some of the oil.
Serve warm.

2 long hot green peppers
8 cloves of garlic
2 jalapenos
3 large yellow onions.
1 red onion
2 large green bell peppers
2 large red peppers
2 cans of white small pinto beans
2 cans of small red beans
3 teaspoons of Pink Himalaya Salt
3 teaspoons of fresh ground black pepper
2 1/2 cans of crushed tomatoes
Large block of sharp cheddar cheese
2 to 3 table spoons of Olive Oil
3 to 4 packs of organic ground beef (1lbs each)

Secret ingredient: one beer of your choice!

In same pan on medium heat and diced yellow onions, cubed chopped red and green bell peppers. Stir and cook for 20 minutes until semi soft.
Put aside.

In the same pan on medium heat and the organic ground beef. Thoroughly cook covered and stir. Usually 20 minutes. Once cooked drain the oil from the meat. Put aside.

Rinse and drain all the beans. Put aside.

In a large pot add the crushed tomatoes on medium heat. Once hot add all the ingredients above.

Add salt and pepper to taste.

Let simmer for 2 hours on low heat.

Once done. Add shredded sharp cheddar cheese, red onions, and jalapenos to taste.


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NEW YORK (CBSNewYork ) — Elevated your Super Bowl party with food that honor the regions both teams call home.

According to Google, buffalo wings and dip recipes are among the most popular snack searched for ahead of the Super Bowl. A combination buffalo chicken wing dip was a favorite in New Jersey, and jalapeno poppers topped searches in New York.

The Calorie Control Council says the average American will eat a whopping 2,400 calories on Super Bowl Sunday.

Chef David Burke, owner of Tavern 62 on the Upper East Side and and BLT Prime by David Burke in Washington D.C., stopped by CBS2 Sunday morning to share some recipes that will take you from brunch all the way up to the big game.

Click on the video above for more, and check out some recipes below.

“Devil Went Down To Georgia” – Deviled eggs with cornmeal fried oysters

Ingredients:
1 dozen hard boiled extra large eggs
Seasoning Ingredients:
½ cup thinly sliced jalapenos
½ cup mayonnaise
1 teaspoon Black pepper
2 table spoons Chili Powder
2 teaspoons ground cumin
1 tablespoon Himalayan salt
1 teaspoon crushed red pepper
Lemon zest and juice of 1 lemon
½ cup crumbled bacon

Garnish:
1/4 teaspoon Paprika for sprinkling the finished egg

Directions:
Slice the hard boiled eggs in half, lengthwise.
Scoop out the yolks, put them in a bowl, add mayonnaise, and the seasoning ingredients.
Stir and blend well, spoon the mixture into a pastry bag, and then fill the egg whites.
Cover them, before chilling for an hour in the refrigerator.
Sprinkle the paprika before serving. Top w/ warm crispy oysters.

Deep Fried Oyster With Cornmeal
Ingredients:
2 quarts vegetable oil
1 quart shucked and drained oysters
2 cups corn meal
2 tablespoons garlic powder
2 tablespoons Cajun seasoning
1 tablespoon ground black pepper
2 tablespoons Himalayan salt

Directions
Heat the saute pan to 375 degrees
Rinse the oysters in water.
In a plastic bag, combine the corn meal, garlic powder, seasoning, black pepper and salt.
Add the oysters to the bag and shake till oysters are entirely covered.
Only fry 3 to 4 oysters at a time in the deep fryer.
Oysters are done when they float & color should be golden brown.
Remove oysters from the deep fryer, and drain or lay on paper towels to soak up some of the oil.
Serve warm.

2 long hot green peppers
8 cloves of garlic
2 jalapenos
3 large yellow onions.
1 red onion
2 large green bell peppers
2 large red peppers
2 cans of white small pinto beans
2 cans of small red beans
3 teaspoons of Pink Himalaya Salt
3 teaspoons of fresh ground black pepper
2 1/2 cans of crushed tomatoes
Large block of sharp cheddar cheese
2 to 3 table spoons of Olive Oil
3 to 4 packs of organic ground beef (1lbs each)

Secret ingredient: one beer of your choice!

In same pan on medium heat and diced yellow onions, cubed chopped red and green bell peppers. Stir and cook for 20 minutes until semi soft.
Put aside.

In the same pan on medium heat and the organic ground beef. Thoroughly cook covered and stir. Usually 20 minutes. Once cooked drain the oil from the meat. Put aside.

Rinse and drain all the beans. Put aside.

In a large pot add the crushed tomatoes on medium heat. Once hot add all the ingredients above.

Add salt and pepper to taste.

Let simmer for 2 hours on low heat.

Once done. Add shredded sharp cheddar cheese, red onions, and jalapenos to taste.


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