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Just because coronavirus is still everywhere doesn’t mean you have to give up on the big game. After all, Sunday stands are filled with cutouts and healthcare workers popping up as rewards for their hard work and dedication. Here are some ways you can do it at home.
1) keep it small
Unfortunately, we won’t be able to host our usual party this year. but it’s okay! You can celebrate with your family or people in your ‘bubble’. Keeping your audience small and sticking to the circles you’ve been sticking with can help prevent unwanted proliferation.
2) have a playbook
Things come out! So before Sunday comes around, create a quick playbook so you know what to do if something unexpected happens. Ran out of Topo Chico? Did one of your recipes not work? Has one of his recipes worked so well that your neighbor is requesting it be put on your doorstep?With a plan, anything can be handled.
3) Clean. cleaning. cleaning.
before, middle and after. Keep places clean, disinfect surfaces, and maintain good hygiene this weekend. This should have become second nature to all of us by now.
4) Celebrate your victory
Enjoy your weekend. Whether you’re alone and isolated, take advantage of this weekend to test the perseverance of the human spirit (see all we’ve accomplished despite this dreadful disease!), or ingenuity. and Innovation have been able to deliver the game during a pandemic when pretty much everything else has been shut down.
5 Top Recipes for Big Game
One of my favorite air fry recipes is a cheeseburger egg roll spin. These have become one of the most popular recipes I’ve put out during quarantine. If you haven’t tried it yet, cook these up on Sunday and you’ll see why. Chopped pickles add flavor.
Hey, everyone loves popcorn chicken. But how do you put a wholesome twist on this fan favorite? With moon cheese! Moon Cheese is a dope snack made with 100% cheddar and no junk cheese, so I use it to bread my chicken. The result is a delicious chewy cheese-covered chicken that you will enjoy with every bite.
My ultimate chicken wings substitute! This is another fast-growing recipe of 2020 that only takes 25 minutes from start to finish. I use oyster mushrooms. It doesn’t look or taste like chicken, but it’s delicious. Try them out this weekend. You won’t regret it.
Not a game without nachos. So let’s put a healthy twist on things. This recipe pushes us in a more health-conscious direction by staying 100% vegan (even with queso). Whether you use it strictly as a dip (feel free to reach for your favorite veggies) or drizzle it on the nachos themselves is up to you. But I say: why not both!?
And finally, we have to talk about the bag of chips you were thinking of getting on Sunday. Why not elevate your snack game. You still need chips, but just one scoop instead of mindlessly hitting the bottom of your bag. Note: Crab imitations probably won’t do well with this recipe, so you may have to splurge a bit.