The Superbowl is on Sunday. If you're planning a party or just a menu for the big game now may the best time to order.
If you're thinking about cooking, Patch has some snack food recipe ideas.
If you're thinking about ordering, now is probably the best time. For caterers, take out places and restaurants Superbowl Sunday is often one of the busiest days of the year. For pizza delivery places it can be insanely busy. The best idea: order ahead.
Homecooked in Paoli will make the whole meal for you, but you need to order by Wednesday, January 30 at 6 p.m. The store requires you to pick up and you'll need to heat up what you order- but you don't have to cook. Among the items on the menu as promoted in a Homecooked email:
New for Super Bowl 2013: Buffalo Chicken Mac & Cheese and Pizza Dip. Ziti, Slow-Cooker Buffalo Chicken Sandwiches, Roast Beef Au Jus, BBQ Chicken Quesadillas, Dips and more. Advanced order guarantees availability, the grab & go will have options first come, first served. Order online (click Order Now and scroll to special menus), call 610.647.1002 or fax 866.850.7602
Wegman's is featuring a Superbowl Food Bar from 10 a.m.-6 p.m. on Sunday at the King of Prussia and Malvern Stores. For $8.49 per pound you can load up on party food without having to cook.
Looking for a caterer for Superbowl Sunday? Check out the TE Patch Directory.
We'll post more on Pizza and Hoagies later this week on TE Patch.
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