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Food Ina Garten’s Super Bowl Cocktail Pairs Perfectly With All of Your Salty Game Day Snacks

23:38  05 february  2021
23:38  05 february  2021 Source:   sheknows.com

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Whether your team wins or loses this Super Bowl Sunday, one of the most important parts (at least, in our eyes) is making sure you win — with a spread that’s fully packed with an abundance of munchies and the right beverages. After all, what good is a side of wings without a delicious drink to top it off with? That’s why we were thrilled to see that Ina Garten shared a new cocktail recipe for you to enjoy ahead of the big game: Frozen Palomas. Hey, despite what most Super Bowl ads would have you believe, not everyone is a big beer fan. Honestly, we’re cheering for this pretty drink.

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“For the Super Bowl game, how about some cool and refreshing Frozen Palomas to go with those salty snacks? You can make big pitchers of them and store them in the freezer so you won’t miss a thing!” wrote the Barefoot Contessa, adding: And don’t forget Fresh Crab Nachos, also on my website.”

Oh, Ina — you just get us, don’t you?! The chef’s suggestion to pair her cocktail with her nachos is one of the best ideas we’ve heard today, but regardless of your planned Super Bowl snack menu, Garten’s Frozen Palomas recipe is a winner in our book.

While her nachos aren’t make-ahead friendly Garten’s drink sure is. In fact, you’ll need to freeze this combo of liquids for at least six hours before you enjoy it (or you can just leave overnight).

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Get Ina Garten’s Frozen Palomas and her Fresh Crab Nachos recipe.

Before you go, check out Garten’s best dinner recipes below:

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Ina Garten Learned to Cook From This Classic Cookbook (& You Can Too) .
When we hear our friends and family talking about learning how to cook, most often they reminisce about days spent in the kitchen with their own parents or grandparents, learning how to expertly chop, season, and sauté ingredients from a trusted adult, usually in some sort of family heirloom cast iron skillet or Dutch oven. But not everyone has caregivers who cook, or who have the time or patience to teach a kid how to cook (which is totally fair – you try cleaning up after a 5 year old who’s “helping” mix up a batch of cookie dough). That was the case for Ina Garten, who had a mom that didn’t enjoy cooking at all.

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