Sip & Savor

Impress Your Guests With These Game Day Eats

Take your Super Bowl dishes to the next level with helpful tips from our masterful chef at Meeting at Market. Known for delectable pub fare and an abundance of rotating draft beer, Chef Jorge Soto shares his go-to game day recipes. And for extra indulgence, each dish is paired with a flavorful draft to complement each bite.

Lager Beer Cheese Sauce
Beer Pairing:
Two Blokes Publican Ale

This comfort food is perfect for dipping and sampling, especially in the colder months. Chef refers to top French fries or warm pretzels with this savory sauce, but you can also opt for a healthier option like broccoli or cauliflower. Then, pour yourself a Publican Ale from the local brewers at Two Blokes.

Ingredients
Yuengling Lager
Heavy Cream
Whole Milk
Nutmeg
Shredded Cheddar Cheese
Shredder Pepper Jack Cheese
Butter
Flour

Quantity
4 pints
1 quart
2 quarts
½ tbsp
½ bag
¾ bag
¾ cup
¾ cup

Directions: Make a light brown roux then set aside. Reduce beer on high heat for 20 minutes. Then, add heavy cream and milk, and bring up to a simmer. Add roux slowly until liquid starts thickening. When milk has thickened to proper consistency, add in nutmeg and cheese. Let cool and store sauce in an appropriate serving dish.

Street Corn
Beer Pairing: Wicked Weed Hop Cocoa

Chef was inspired to create a dish that he grew up enjoying, so he added this Mexican favorite to the menu. Street Corn is the perfect side for any dishes being served at your Super Bowl Sunday feast. Pair it with a dark, nutty, and chocolate-infused porter from Wicked Weed brewery in Asheville, NC.

Ingredients
Frozen Yellow Corn
Red Onion
Chili Powder
Lime Juice
Clarified Butter
Cojita Cheese

Quantity
2 bags or 24 oz
1 medium
2 tbsp
1
6 oz
½ cup crumbled

Directions: In large rondeau pan, bring 3 quarts of salted water to a boil. Add frozen corn to the boiling water. Let the water come back to a boil and cook for 5 minutes. Drain corn, then place in a pan. Add diced onion, chili powder, lime juice, butter, and salt. Mix well. Add a splash of heavy cream when heating up. Top with cojita cheese crumbles.

As you gear up for the ultimate football showdown, we hope that these game day eats inspire you. Whether you’re cheering for the New England Patriots or Los Angeles Rams, we can all agree that the experience is always better with a decadent Super Bowl Sunday spread.