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3 Make-Ahead Super Bowl Snacks

Warm Blue Cheese DipBacon and garlic give this crowd-pleaser an extra kick. Get the recipe From MORTON’S THE COOKBOOK: 100

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Warm Blue Cheese Dip
Bacon and garlic give this crowd-pleaser an extra kick.
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From MORTON’S THE COOKBOOK: 100 STEAKHOUSE RECIPES FOR EVERY KITCHEN BY KLAUS FRITSCH WITH TYLOR FIELD III AND MARY GOODBODY, COPYRIGHT © 2009 BY MORTON’S RESTAURANT GROUP, INC., IS PUBLISHED AT $32.50 BY CLARKSON POTTER/PUBLISHERS, 1745 BROADWAY, NEW YORK, NEW YORK 10019.

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Sirloin Rolls
Morton’s famous steak gets an exotic twist with an Asian-style sauce and lemongrass stalks (available at Asian markets and some supermarkets).
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Baked Onions with Gruyère
Onions turn tender and juicy when baked; a little Gruyère makes them rich and irresistible.
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How much food will you need for your party? Check out our expert serving tips on the next slide.

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What's Your Game Plan?
Laying in supplies for a crowd can be tricky. We asked top catering experts for a guide:

1. Serving mostly finger foods? Figure on at least ten appetizer pieces per person.
2. If your Super Bowl party features chicken wings, allow a half pound per person.
3. Each guest will scoop up about an ounce of dip.
4. For cheese, plan on two ounces per person.

Sources: Noel Christmas, editor at Allrecipes.com; Linda Abbey, vice president of Great Performances catering in New York City.

Originally Published in Reader's Digest