Last night was the Super Bowl, so I decided to host a watch party. Because my guests and I were not particularly interested in the game itself, we called it a “halftime show watch party.” Really though, we were just looking for good food and good company!
We had far more snacks than we needed, but one thing that really seemed to be a hit, was the Wing Stop charcuterie board. Since I ordered the food, all I had to do was set it up to serve.
First, I set out some dip bowls. This was important as the first step, so that I could place the food around them.
Next, I added some dips: ranch, blue cheese, and honey mustard.
Then, I added the sides: celery, carrots, and fries.
Finally, I added the wings: buffalo mild, bbq, and lemon pepper.
I meant to take more pictures of all of the food or my friends and I, and somehow managed to only get these photos. I suppose that means I was too busy enjoying the evening. Nonetheless, a good time was had by all and the wings were a hit! Was the board necessary? No, but presentation is key, friends.
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