Hello friends, family and complete strangers! Welcome to Chez Glaser. Come on in, we're having a Super Bowl party. ...is what you would have heard if you'd stopped by last Sunday.
Every year we have friends over and watch the Super Bowl. Zach and I (let's be honest, mostly Zach) make a ridiculous amount of food and everyone brings something to eat and/or drink.
Our friends have mad food making and beer buying skills.
We currently have a refrigerator full of leftover gumbo, ribs, buffalo chicken dip, crab cakes, toffee, fondue, lobster mac and cheese and pigs in blankets. At like twenty times throughout the day today, I had a pang of stress about the fact that so much food will probably go bad before we are able to eat it. Wait, what am I doing, I need to start eating!
What's funny about these pictures is the fact that I failed to get a picture of a single guest. I guess I felt like I would be bothering people, so I only took pictures before people arrived.
So, coozies and food is all you get.
A blurry, non-worthy picture of Zach's gumbo. Best gumbo I've ever had, hands down. Man can cook.
We set out extra chairs so more people could sit. Best spot in the house? The chaise. Feet up, table (and by table I mean bar stool) nearby for resting your frosty beverage, head-on view of the tv. Winning.
Shannon's toffee. I can't even describe how delicious it is.
Crab cakes and football, THAT's what Maryland does. This is our Baltimore Ravens themed dish.
Long line of fattening deliciousness, only a sliver of the entire array of food. Again, not a great picture.
Rice Krispy treats with Ghirardelli fondue. Fondue had orange zest and Grand Marnier.
Excuse me while I whipe the drool off my keyboard. a3ws4er5tf6gyg7hjikuol
Brinkley was social and adorable this year. I was proud of her, she usually gets nervous around big crowds. This year she realized that working the crowd has its perks. Namely, shrimp.
Here she is, impressed with how quickly we filled the second recycling bin with beer bottles.
Bella sitting on one of my favorite pieces of furniture in the house.
I swear, there really were people at our house. What did you do for the Super Bowl?