Paleo Super Bowl snacks — The caveman game plan
See if you can wait until this afternoon to start whipping up some of the goodies suggested by ICTMN contributer David Bender.
In a story on ICTMN this week, Bender describes how to make a Paleo warrior, caveman style feast for the big game.
That means we’re going commando—no bread, no buns and no sugar.
So with that I give you something we all crave: food you can eat with your hands! That’s right football fans, sans fork and spoon.
Now, what would a Super Bowl party be without chips and appetizers? In this article I have suggestions for snacks (sweet potato chip), appetizers (paleo patties), a condiment (guacamole) and an entree (ribs).
Bender’s post includes a shopping list and recipes. OK, it’s time to get to the kitchen . . .
Funny film gives a unique look at frybread
This week’s second brunch tidbit also involves work in the kitchen.
Have a look at this “frybread “mockumentary” piece featured on Azfamily.com. Stacey Delikat takes us through a synopsis of the funny film.
“More than Frybread” is the brainchild of Mesa filmmaker Travis Holt Hamilton.
The movie follows members of twenty-different Native American tribes as they seek to compete in the made-up “Worldwide Fry Bread Association” competition in Flagstaff.
Hamilton, who has made four other films about Native Americans, says he got the idea for the mockumentary after spending time living on a reservation as a missionary.
“Numerous people have made frybread, everyone claiming their bread is the best,” he explained. “So we thought, let’s kind of play that up and have a competition that these tribes are competing for the championship title.”
To learn more about the film visit Frybreadmovie.com.