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M&T Bank Stadium Crab Tots

M&T Bank Stadium Crab Tots

What all the Ravens fans are eating

Photo courtesy of Aramark

Chow down on these tasty tots while watching the Ravens play in M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore, Maryland. The delicious mix of tater tots, lump crab meat, scallions, and Old Bay sauce was created by Executive Chef Joe Bachman.

Recipe courtesy of Aramark

Ingredients

For the Crab Dip Base:

  • 1/2 Cup diced onion
  • 1/3 Cup diced celery
  • 3 Tablespoons butter
  • 16 Ounces cream cheese
  • 4 Ounces heavy cream
  • 1 and 1/2 teaspoons Old Bay seasoning
  • 1 and 1/2 teaspoons Ranch powder/dressing mix
  • 1 Teaspoon Worcestershire sauce

For the Crab Tots:

  • 2 Pounds tater tots (any brand)
  • 2 Cups diced tomato
  • 1/2 Cup chopped scallions
  • 2 Cups shredded Cheddar/Monterey Jack cheese
  • 1 Pound lump crab meat

'Own The Spread' At Your Big Game Celebration

PHILADELPHIA , Feb. 1, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- When it comes to feeding hungry football fans, Aramark (NYSE: ARMK), the leading food and beverage provider to 11 NFL teams, has the winning game plan. Serving more than six million football fans each season, Aramark's team of chefs have compiled easy tips, recipes and video demonstrations, at aramark.com/gameday, to ensure your Big Game celebration scores a touchdown with your guests.

Bring the stadium food scene into your home.
Even if your favorite team isn't playing in the Big Game, you can still recreate signature tastes from the stadium at home. From crab tots to tacos, we've collected fan favorite recipes from our stadium chefs, and some from our great celebrity chef partners, like Rocco Whalen , and James Beard Award winners, Chris Shepherd and Jonathon Sawyer .

    (Arrowhead Stadium)- Braised short rib with caramelized onions and three types of cheese, sandwiched between Texas Toast. (Soldier Field)- A hearty combination of beef, beans and spices. (Lincoln Financial Field)- Juicy meatballs loaded with asiago cheese. (NRG Stadium)- A twist of the traditional chicken wing- sticky and sweet. (FirstEnergy Stadium)- Crispy chicken wings tossed in a sweet and spicy sauce. (M&T Bank Stadium)- Chesapeake-inspired combination of crab, cheese and tater tots. (FirstEnergy Stadium)- Chicken Philly cheesesteak sandwich, with a Buffalo sauce kick. (Raymond James Stadium)- Slow smoked pork with fresh veggies, beans and herbs.

Get tips from a pro.
Aramark Senior Executive Chef Glenn Richmond let us tag along as he prepared three of his game day favorites. Perfect for a crowd, these recipes are packed with flavor and provide short cuts, so you don't spend too much time on the sidelines. Click on the links below, to watch how to make these recipes step by step.

Be creative and include healthier snacks.
Take your game day spread to the next level by incorporating new and unique recipes. The following healthy recipes and tips are packed with flavor and are a great compliment to traditional snacks.

  • Do the dip- Include non-traditional dips, like hummus or yogurt, along with pita slices, raw veggies and sliced fruit. Try our recipe for Sweet Potato Hummus.
  • Go nuts- Peanuts, almonds, walnuts, cashews and hazelnuts are great snacks and are filled with vitamins, potassium, fiber and unsaturated (good) fat.
  • Mix it up- Make a snack mix with dried raisins, pineapples, bananas and cherries. Add your favorite nuts for some extra crunch.
  • Try nature's candy- Satisfy your sweet tooth with fresh fruit. Try chocolate covered strawberry footballs- dunk fresh strawberries into dark chocolate, then pipe white chocolate lines, to mimic a football's laces.

Stay safe and avoid the yellow flag at your game day party.
Safety is just as an important ingredient on the game day menu, as the food itself! Follow these tips to stay safe in the kitchen:


'Own The Spread' At Your Big Game Celebration

PHILADELPHIA , Feb. 1, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- When it comes to feeding hungry football fans, Aramark (NYSE: ARMK), the leading food and beverage provider to 11 NFL teams, has the winning game plan. Serving more than six million football fans each season, Aramark's team of chefs have compiled easy tips, recipes and video demonstrations, at aramark.com/gameday, to ensure your Big Game celebration scores a touchdown with your guests.

Bring the stadium food scene into your home.
Even if your favorite team isn't playing in the Big Game, you can still recreate signature tastes from the stadium at home. From crab tots to tacos, we've collected fan favorite recipes from our stadium chefs, and some from our great celebrity chef partners, like Rocco Whalen , and James Beard Award winners, Chris Shepherd and Jonathon Sawyer .

    (Arrowhead Stadium)- Braised short rib with caramelized onions and three types of cheese, sandwiched between Texas Toast. (Soldier Field)- A hearty combination of beef, beans and spices. (Lincoln Financial Field)- Juicy meatballs loaded with asiago cheese. (NRG Stadium)- A twist of the traditional chicken wing- sticky and sweet. (FirstEnergy Stadium)- Crispy chicken wings tossed in a sweet and spicy sauce. (M&T Bank Stadium)- Chesapeake-inspired combination of crab, cheese and tater tots. (FirstEnergy Stadium)- Chicken Philly cheesesteak sandwich, with a Buffalo sauce kick. (Raymond James Stadium)- Slow smoked pork with fresh veggies, beans and herbs.

Get tips from a pro.
Aramark Senior Executive Chef Glenn Richmond let us tag along as he prepared three of his game day favorites. Perfect for a crowd, these recipes are packed with flavor and provide short cuts, so you don't spend too much time on the sidelines. Click on the links below, to watch how to make these recipes step by step.

Be creative and include healthier snacks.
Take your game day spread to the next level by incorporating new and unique recipes. The following healthy recipes and tips are packed with flavor and are a great compliment to traditional snacks.

  • Do the dip- Include non-traditional dips, like hummus or yogurt, along with pita slices, raw veggies and sliced fruit. Try our recipe for Sweet Potato Hummus.
  • Go nuts- Peanuts, almonds, walnuts, cashews and hazelnuts are great snacks and are filled with vitamins, potassium, fiber and unsaturated (good) fat.
  • Mix it up- Make a snack mix with dried raisins, pineapples, bananas and cherries. Add your favorite nuts for some extra crunch.
  • Try nature's candy- Satisfy your sweet tooth with fresh fruit. Try chocolate covered strawberry footballs- dunk fresh strawberries into dark chocolate, then pipe white chocolate lines, to mimic a football's laces.

Stay safe and avoid the yellow flag at your game day party.
Safety is just as an important ingredient on the game day menu, as the food itself! Follow these tips to stay safe in the kitchen:


'Own The Spread' At Your Big Game Celebration

PHILADELPHIA , Feb. 1, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- When it comes to feeding hungry football fans, Aramark (NYSE: ARMK), the leading food and beverage provider to 11 NFL teams, has the winning game plan. Serving more than six million football fans each season, Aramark's team of chefs have compiled easy tips, recipes and video demonstrations, at aramark.com/gameday, to ensure your Big Game celebration scores a touchdown with your guests.

Bring the stadium food scene into your home.
Even if your favorite team isn't playing in the Big Game, you can still recreate signature tastes from the stadium at home. From crab tots to tacos, we've collected fan favorite recipes from our stadium chefs, and some from our great celebrity chef partners, like Rocco Whalen , and James Beard Award winners, Chris Shepherd and Jonathon Sawyer .

    (Arrowhead Stadium)- Braised short rib with caramelized onions and three types of cheese, sandwiched between Texas Toast. (Soldier Field)- A hearty combination of beef, beans and spices. (Lincoln Financial Field)- Juicy meatballs loaded with asiago cheese. (NRG Stadium)- A twist of the traditional chicken wing- sticky and sweet. (FirstEnergy Stadium)- Crispy chicken wings tossed in a sweet and spicy sauce. (M&T Bank Stadium)- Chesapeake-inspired combination of crab, cheese and tater tots. (FirstEnergy Stadium)- Chicken Philly cheesesteak sandwich, with a Buffalo sauce kick. (Raymond James Stadium)- Slow smoked pork with fresh veggies, beans and herbs.

Get tips from a pro.
Aramark Senior Executive Chef Glenn Richmond let us tag along as he prepared three of his game day favorites. Perfect for a crowd, these recipes are packed with flavor and provide short cuts, so you don't spend too much time on the sidelines. Click on the links below, to watch how to make these recipes step by step.

Be creative and include healthier snacks.
Take your game day spread to the next level by incorporating new and unique recipes. The following healthy recipes and tips are packed with flavor and are a great compliment to traditional snacks.

  • Do the dip- Include non-traditional dips, like hummus or yogurt, along with pita slices, raw veggies and sliced fruit. Try our recipe for Sweet Potato Hummus.
  • Go nuts- Peanuts, almonds, walnuts, cashews and hazelnuts are great snacks and are filled with vitamins, potassium, fiber and unsaturated (good) fat.
  • Mix it up- Make a snack mix with dried raisins, pineapples, bananas and cherries. Add your favorite nuts for some extra crunch.
  • Try nature's candy- Satisfy your sweet tooth with fresh fruit. Try chocolate covered strawberry footballs- dunk fresh strawberries into dark chocolate, then pipe white chocolate lines, to mimic a football's laces.

Stay safe and avoid the yellow flag at your game day party.
Safety is just as an important ingredient on the game day menu, as the food itself! Follow these tips to stay safe in the kitchen:


'Own The Spread' At Your Big Game Celebration

PHILADELPHIA , Feb. 1, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- When it comes to feeding hungry football fans, Aramark (NYSE: ARMK), the leading food and beverage provider to 11 NFL teams, has the winning game plan. Serving more than six million football fans each season, Aramark's team of chefs have compiled easy tips, recipes and video demonstrations, at aramark.com/gameday, to ensure your Big Game celebration scores a touchdown with your guests.

Bring the stadium food scene into your home.
Even if your favorite team isn't playing in the Big Game, you can still recreate signature tastes from the stadium at home. From crab tots to tacos, we've collected fan favorite recipes from our stadium chefs, and some from our great celebrity chef partners, like Rocco Whalen , and James Beard Award winners, Chris Shepherd and Jonathon Sawyer .

    (Arrowhead Stadium)- Braised short rib with caramelized onions and three types of cheese, sandwiched between Texas Toast. (Soldier Field)- A hearty combination of beef, beans and spices. (Lincoln Financial Field)- Juicy meatballs loaded with asiago cheese. (NRG Stadium)- A twist of the traditional chicken wing- sticky and sweet. (FirstEnergy Stadium)- Crispy chicken wings tossed in a sweet and spicy sauce. (M&T Bank Stadium)- Chesapeake-inspired combination of crab, cheese and tater tots. (FirstEnergy Stadium)- Chicken Philly cheesesteak sandwich, with a Buffalo sauce kick. (Raymond James Stadium)- Slow smoked pork with fresh veggies, beans and herbs.

Get tips from a pro.
Aramark Senior Executive Chef Glenn Richmond let us tag along as he prepared three of his game day favorites. Perfect for a crowd, these recipes are packed with flavor and provide short cuts, so you don't spend too much time on the sidelines. Click on the links below, to watch how to make these recipes step by step.

Be creative and include healthier snacks.
Take your game day spread to the next level by incorporating new and unique recipes. The following healthy recipes and tips are packed with flavor and are a great compliment to traditional snacks.

  • Do the dip- Include non-traditional dips, like hummus or yogurt, along with pita slices, raw veggies and sliced fruit. Try our recipe for Sweet Potato Hummus.
  • Go nuts- Peanuts, almonds, walnuts, cashews and hazelnuts are great snacks and are filled with vitamins, potassium, fiber and unsaturated (good) fat.
  • Mix it up- Make a snack mix with dried raisins, pineapples, bananas and cherries. Add your favorite nuts for some extra crunch.
  • Try nature's candy- Satisfy your sweet tooth with fresh fruit. Try chocolate covered strawberry footballs- dunk fresh strawberries into dark chocolate, then pipe white chocolate lines, to mimic a football's laces.

Stay safe and avoid the yellow flag at your game day party.
Safety is just as an important ingredient on the game day menu, as the food itself! Follow these tips to stay safe in the kitchen:


'Own The Spread' At Your Big Game Celebration

PHILADELPHIA , Feb. 1, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- When it comes to feeding hungry football fans, Aramark (NYSE: ARMK), the leading food and beverage provider to 11 NFL teams, has the winning game plan. Serving more than six million football fans each season, Aramark's team of chefs have compiled easy tips, recipes and video demonstrations, at aramark.com/gameday, to ensure your Big Game celebration scores a touchdown with your guests.

Bring the stadium food scene into your home.
Even if your favorite team isn't playing in the Big Game, you can still recreate signature tastes from the stadium at home. From crab tots to tacos, we've collected fan favorite recipes from our stadium chefs, and some from our great celebrity chef partners, like Rocco Whalen , and James Beard Award winners, Chris Shepherd and Jonathon Sawyer .

    (Arrowhead Stadium)- Braised short rib with caramelized onions and three types of cheese, sandwiched between Texas Toast. (Soldier Field)- A hearty combination of beef, beans and spices. (Lincoln Financial Field)- Juicy meatballs loaded with asiago cheese. (NRG Stadium)- A twist of the traditional chicken wing- sticky and sweet. (FirstEnergy Stadium)- Crispy chicken wings tossed in a sweet and spicy sauce. (M&T Bank Stadium)- Chesapeake-inspired combination of crab, cheese and tater tots. (FirstEnergy Stadium)- Chicken Philly cheesesteak sandwich, with a Buffalo sauce kick. (Raymond James Stadium)- Slow smoked pork with fresh veggies, beans and herbs.

Get tips from a pro.
Aramark Senior Executive Chef Glenn Richmond let us tag along as he prepared three of his game day favorites. Perfect for a crowd, these recipes are packed with flavor and provide short cuts, so you don't spend too much time on the sidelines. Click on the links below, to watch how to make these recipes step by step.

Be creative and include healthier snacks.
Take your game day spread to the next level by incorporating new and unique recipes. The following healthy recipes and tips are packed with flavor and are a great compliment to traditional snacks.

  • Do the dip- Include non-traditional dips, like hummus or yogurt, along with pita slices, raw veggies and sliced fruit. Try our recipe for Sweet Potato Hummus.
  • Go nuts- Peanuts, almonds, walnuts, cashews and hazelnuts are great snacks and are filled with vitamins, potassium, fiber and unsaturated (good) fat.
  • Mix it up- Make a snack mix with dried raisins, pineapples, bananas and cherries. Add your favorite nuts for some extra crunch.
  • Try nature's candy- Satisfy your sweet tooth with fresh fruit. Try chocolate covered strawberry footballs- dunk fresh strawberries into dark chocolate, then pipe white chocolate lines, to mimic a football's laces.

Stay safe and avoid the yellow flag at your game day party.
Safety is just as an important ingredient on the game day menu, as the food itself! Follow these tips to stay safe in the kitchen:


'Own The Spread' At Your Big Game Celebration

PHILADELPHIA , Feb. 1, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- When it comes to feeding hungry football fans, Aramark (NYSE: ARMK), the leading food and beverage provider to 11 NFL teams, has the winning game plan. Serving more than six million football fans each season, Aramark's team of chefs have compiled easy tips, recipes and video demonstrations, at aramark.com/gameday, to ensure your Big Game celebration scores a touchdown with your guests.

Bring the stadium food scene into your home.
Even if your favorite team isn't playing in the Big Game, you can still recreate signature tastes from the stadium at home. From crab tots to tacos, we've collected fan favorite recipes from our stadium chefs, and some from our great celebrity chef partners, like Rocco Whalen , and James Beard Award winners, Chris Shepherd and Jonathon Sawyer .

    (Arrowhead Stadium)- Braised short rib with caramelized onions and three types of cheese, sandwiched between Texas Toast. (Soldier Field)- A hearty combination of beef, beans and spices. (Lincoln Financial Field)- Juicy meatballs loaded with asiago cheese. (NRG Stadium)- A twist of the traditional chicken wing- sticky and sweet. (FirstEnergy Stadium)- Crispy chicken wings tossed in a sweet and spicy sauce. (M&T Bank Stadium)- Chesapeake-inspired combination of crab, cheese and tater tots. (FirstEnergy Stadium)- Chicken Philly cheesesteak sandwich, with a Buffalo sauce kick. (Raymond James Stadium)- Slow smoked pork with fresh veggies, beans and herbs.

Get tips from a pro.
Aramark Senior Executive Chef Glenn Richmond let us tag along as he prepared three of his game day favorites. Perfect for a crowd, these recipes are packed with flavor and provide short cuts, so you don't spend too much time on the sidelines. Click on the links below, to watch how to make these recipes step by step.

Be creative and include healthier snacks.
Take your game day spread to the next level by incorporating new and unique recipes. The following healthy recipes and tips are packed with flavor and are a great compliment to traditional snacks.

  • Do the dip- Include non-traditional dips, like hummus or yogurt, along with pita slices, raw veggies and sliced fruit. Try our recipe for Sweet Potato Hummus.
  • Go nuts- Peanuts, almonds, walnuts, cashews and hazelnuts are great snacks and are filled with vitamins, potassium, fiber and unsaturated (good) fat.
  • Mix it up- Make a snack mix with dried raisins, pineapples, bananas and cherries. Add your favorite nuts for some extra crunch.
  • Try nature's candy- Satisfy your sweet tooth with fresh fruit. Try chocolate covered strawberry footballs- dunk fresh strawberries into dark chocolate, then pipe white chocolate lines, to mimic a football's laces.

Stay safe and avoid the yellow flag at your game day party.
Safety is just as an important ingredient on the game day menu, as the food itself! Follow these tips to stay safe in the kitchen:


'Own The Spread' At Your Big Game Celebration

PHILADELPHIA , Feb. 1, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- When it comes to feeding hungry football fans, Aramark (NYSE: ARMK), the leading food and beverage provider to 11 NFL teams, has the winning game plan. Serving more than six million football fans each season, Aramark's team of chefs have compiled easy tips, recipes and video demonstrations, at aramark.com/gameday, to ensure your Big Game celebration scores a touchdown with your guests.

Bring the stadium food scene into your home.
Even if your favorite team isn't playing in the Big Game, you can still recreate signature tastes from the stadium at home. From crab tots to tacos, we've collected fan favorite recipes from our stadium chefs, and some from our great celebrity chef partners, like Rocco Whalen , and James Beard Award winners, Chris Shepherd and Jonathon Sawyer .

    (Arrowhead Stadium)- Braised short rib with caramelized onions and three types of cheese, sandwiched between Texas Toast. (Soldier Field)- A hearty combination of beef, beans and spices. (Lincoln Financial Field)- Juicy meatballs loaded with asiago cheese. (NRG Stadium)- A twist of the traditional chicken wing- sticky and sweet. (FirstEnergy Stadium)- Crispy chicken wings tossed in a sweet and spicy sauce. (M&T Bank Stadium)- Chesapeake-inspired combination of crab, cheese and tater tots. (FirstEnergy Stadium)- Chicken Philly cheesesteak sandwich, with a Buffalo sauce kick. (Raymond James Stadium)- Slow smoked pork with fresh veggies, beans and herbs.

Get tips from a pro.
Aramark Senior Executive Chef Glenn Richmond let us tag along as he prepared three of his game day favorites. Perfect for a crowd, these recipes are packed with flavor and provide short cuts, so you don't spend too much time on the sidelines. Click on the links below, to watch how to make these recipes step by step.

Be creative and include healthier snacks.
Take your game day spread to the next level by incorporating new and unique recipes. The following healthy recipes and tips are packed with flavor and are a great compliment to traditional snacks.

  • Do the dip- Include non-traditional dips, like hummus or yogurt, along with pita slices, raw veggies and sliced fruit. Try our recipe for Sweet Potato Hummus.
  • Go nuts- Peanuts, almonds, walnuts, cashews and hazelnuts are great snacks and are filled with vitamins, potassium, fiber and unsaturated (good) fat.
  • Mix it up- Make a snack mix with dried raisins, pineapples, bananas and cherries. Add your favorite nuts for some extra crunch.
  • Try nature's candy- Satisfy your sweet tooth with fresh fruit. Try chocolate covered strawberry footballs- dunk fresh strawberries into dark chocolate, then pipe white chocolate lines, to mimic a football's laces.

Stay safe and avoid the yellow flag at your game day party.
Safety is just as an important ingredient on the game day menu, as the food itself! Follow these tips to stay safe in the kitchen:


'Own The Spread' At Your Big Game Celebration

PHILADELPHIA , Feb. 1, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- When it comes to feeding hungry football fans, Aramark (NYSE: ARMK), the leading food and beverage provider to 11 NFL teams, has the winning game plan. Serving more than six million football fans each season, Aramark's team of chefs have compiled easy tips, recipes and video demonstrations, at aramark.com/gameday, to ensure your Big Game celebration scores a touchdown with your guests.

Bring the stadium food scene into your home.
Even if your favorite team isn't playing in the Big Game, you can still recreate signature tastes from the stadium at home. From crab tots to tacos, we've collected fan favorite recipes from our stadium chefs, and some from our great celebrity chef partners, like Rocco Whalen , and James Beard Award winners, Chris Shepherd and Jonathon Sawyer .

    (Arrowhead Stadium)- Braised short rib with caramelized onions and three types of cheese, sandwiched between Texas Toast. (Soldier Field)- A hearty combination of beef, beans and spices. (Lincoln Financial Field)- Juicy meatballs loaded with asiago cheese. (NRG Stadium)- A twist of the traditional chicken wing- sticky and sweet. (FirstEnergy Stadium)- Crispy chicken wings tossed in a sweet and spicy sauce. (M&T Bank Stadium)- Chesapeake-inspired combination of crab, cheese and tater tots. (FirstEnergy Stadium)- Chicken Philly cheesesteak sandwich, with a Buffalo sauce kick. (Raymond James Stadium)- Slow smoked pork with fresh veggies, beans and herbs.

Get tips from a pro.
Aramark Senior Executive Chef Glenn Richmond let us tag along as he prepared three of his game day favorites. Perfect for a crowd, these recipes are packed with flavor and provide short cuts, so you don't spend too much time on the sidelines. Click on the links below, to watch how to make these recipes step by step.

Be creative and include healthier snacks.
Take your game day spread to the next level by incorporating new and unique recipes. The following healthy recipes and tips are packed with flavor and are a great compliment to traditional snacks.

  • Do the dip- Include non-traditional dips, like hummus or yogurt, along with pita slices, raw veggies and sliced fruit. Try our recipe for Sweet Potato Hummus.
  • Go nuts- Peanuts, almonds, walnuts, cashews and hazelnuts are great snacks and are filled with vitamins, potassium, fiber and unsaturated (good) fat.
  • Mix it up- Make a snack mix with dried raisins, pineapples, bananas and cherries. Add your favorite nuts for some extra crunch.
  • Try nature's candy- Satisfy your sweet tooth with fresh fruit. Try chocolate covered strawberry footballs- dunk fresh strawberries into dark chocolate, then pipe white chocolate lines, to mimic a football's laces.

Stay safe and avoid the yellow flag at your game day party.
Safety is just as an important ingredient on the game day menu, as the food itself! Follow these tips to stay safe in the kitchen:


'Own The Spread' At Your Big Game Celebration

PHILADELPHIA , Feb. 1, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- When it comes to feeding hungry football fans, Aramark (NYSE: ARMK), the leading food and beverage provider to 11 NFL teams, has the winning game plan. Serving more than six million football fans each season, Aramark's team of chefs have compiled easy tips, recipes and video demonstrations, at aramark.com/gameday, to ensure your Big Game celebration scores a touchdown with your guests.

Bring the stadium food scene into your home.
Even if your favorite team isn't playing in the Big Game, you can still recreate signature tastes from the stadium at home. From crab tots to tacos, we've collected fan favorite recipes from our stadium chefs, and some from our great celebrity chef partners, like Rocco Whalen , and James Beard Award winners, Chris Shepherd and Jonathon Sawyer .

    (Arrowhead Stadium)- Braised short rib with caramelized onions and three types of cheese, sandwiched between Texas Toast. (Soldier Field)- A hearty combination of beef, beans and spices. (Lincoln Financial Field)- Juicy meatballs loaded with asiago cheese. (NRG Stadium)- A twist of the traditional chicken wing- sticky and sweet. (FirstEnergy Stadium)- Crispy chicken wings tossed in a sweet and spicy sauce. (M&T Bank Stadium)- Chesapeake-inspired combination of crab, cheese and tater tots. (FirstEnergy Stadium)- Chicken Philly cheesesteak sandwich, with a Buffalo sauce kick. (Raymond James Stadium)- Slow smoked pork with fresh veggies, beans and herbs.

Get tips from a pro.
Aramark Senior Executive Chef Glenn Richmond let us tag along as he prepared three of his game day favorites. Perfect for a crowd, these recipes are packed with flavor and provide short cuts, so you don't spend too much time on the sidelines. Click on the links below, to watch how to make these recipes step by step.

Be creative and include healthier snacks.
Take your game day spread to the next level by incorporating new and unique recipes. The following healthy recipes and tips are packed with flavor and are a great compliment to traditional snacks.

  • Do the dip- Include non-traditional dips, like hummus or yogurt, along with pita slices, raw veggies and sliced fruit. Try our recipe for Sweet Potato Hummus.
  • Go nuts- Peanuts, almonds, walnuts, cashews and hazelnuts are great snacks and are filled with vitamins, potassium, fiber and unsaturated (good) fat.
  • Mix it up- Make a snack mix with dried raisins, pineapples, bananas and cherries. Add your favorite nuts for some extra crunch.
  • Try nature's candy- Satisfy your sweet tooth with fresh fruit. Try chocolate covered strawberry footballs- dunk fresh strawberries into dark chocolate, then pipe white chocolate lines, to mimic a football's laces.

Stay safe and avoid the yellow flag at your game day party.
Safety is just as an important ingredient on the game day menu, as the food itself! Follow these tips to stay safe in the kitchen:


'Own The Spread' At Your Big Game Celebration

PHILADELPHIA , Feb. 1, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- When it comes to feeding hungry football fans, Aramark (NYSE: ARMK), the leading food and beverage provider to 11 NFL teams, has the winning game plan. Serving more than six million football fans each season, Aramark's team of chefs have compiled easy tips, recipes and video demonstrations, at aramark.com/gameday, to ensure your Big Game celebration scores a touchdown with your guests.

Bring the stadium food scene into your home.
Even if your favorite team isn't playing in the Big Game, you can still recreate signature tastes from the stadium at home. From crab tots to tacos, we've collected fan favorite recipes from our stadium chefs, and some from our great celebrity chef partners, like Rocco Whalen , and James Beard Award winners, Chris Shepherd and Jonathon Sawyer .

    (Arrowhead Stadium)- Braised short rib with caramelized onions and three types of cheese, sandwiched between Texas Toast. (Soldier Field)- A hearty combination of beef, beans and spices. (Lincoln Financial Field)- Juicy meatballs loaded with asiago cheese. (NRG Stadium)- A twist of the traditional chicken wing- sticky and sweet. (FirstEnergy Stadium)- Crispy chicken wings tossed in a sweet and spicy sauce. (M&T Bank Stadium)- Chesapeake-inspired combination of crab, cheese and tater tots. (FirstEnergy Stadium)- Chicken Philly cheesesteak sandwich, with a Buffalo sauce kick. (Raymond James Stadium)- Slow smoked pork with fresh veggies, beans and herbs.

Get tips from a pro.
Aramark Senior Executive Chef Glenn Richmond let us tag along as he prepared three of his game day favorites. Perfect for a crowd, these recipes are packed with flavor and provide short cuts, so you don't spend too much time on the sidelines. Click on the links below, to watch how to make these recipes step by step.

Be creative and include healthier snacks.
Take your game day spread to the next level by incorporating new and unique recipes. The following healthy recipes and tips are packed with flavor and are a great compliment to traditional snacks.

  • Do the dip- Include non-traditional dips, like hummus or yogurt, along with pita slices, raw veggies and sliced fruit. Try our recipe for Sweet Potato Hummus.
  • Go nuts- Peanuts, almonds, walnuts, cashews and hazelnuts are great snacks and are filled with vitamins, potassium, fiber and unsaturated (good) fat.
  • Mix it up- Make a snack mix with dried raisins, pineapples, bananas and cherries. Add your favorite nuts for some extra crunch.
  • Try nature's candy- Satisfy your sweet tooth with fresh fruit. Try chocolate covered strawberry footballs- dunk fresh strawberries into dark chocolate, then pipe white chocolate lines, to mimic a football's laces.

Stay safe and avoid the yellow flag at your game day party.
Safety is just as an important ingredient on the game day menu, as the food itself! Follow these tips to stay safe in the kitchen:


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