Perfect tailgating food for Super Bowl Sunday

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January 24, 2013, 9:28 am

(NECN) - While Patriots fans were let down by the team's tough loss at the AFC Championship Game, many will still be tuning in to watch the upcoming Super Bowl - after all, it's a great excuse for a party!

"The Morning Show" got the inside scoop on a fun Super Bowl Sunday event that will sure to bring even the biggest die-hard Pats fans out to enjoy some delicious food and football.

Chef Steve Difillippo, Owner of Davio's Restaurants and Kerry Byrne of The Boston Herald, Sports Illustrated &, stopped by the show in their El Monte RV thanks to the folks at to share some delicious recipes for some at-home tailgating parties, including:
Davio's Sliders:


• 5 pounds boneless short ribs
• 3 carrots
• 5 celery stalks
• 2 medium white onions
• 1 cup balsamic vinegar
• 3 cups port wine
• 5 quarts beef stock or veal
• 1/2 cup tomato paste
• 1 bunch fresh thyme
• 5 bay leaves
• 4 tablespoons canola oil
• Kosher salt to taste
• Ground black pepper to taste


Season the beef short ribs with the kosher salt and ground black pepper. On the
stovetop heat the oil in a stockpot. When the oil is hot, add the short ribs and
sear until golden brown, about 3-4 minutes on each side. Remove from the pan
and set aside. Add the port wine and balsamic to the pan and let reduce for
about 4 minutes. Add the remaining ingredients and place over medium heat.
Allow to braise for 4 hours. Remove from the heat and let cool for 30 minutes.
Remove the short ribs from the liquid, strain the sauce, discard the solids and
reserve the liquid. Check the seasoning and adjust if necessary with kosher salt
and ground black pepper to taste. Cut the brioche buns in half and toast in oven
until golden brown. Place short rib on the bun, season with sea salt and top with
mayonnaise and arugula.

He also made some Philly Cheese Steak Spring Rolls, Kobe Meatballs, and much more!

Chef Steve Difillippo is partnering with Kerry for a "Road Trippin & Tailgating" trip to New Orleans for the Super Bowl.

Steve is also a returning chef for The Taste of the NFL (TNFL) event (held the night before the Super Bowl), a coveted tasting event, which is only offered to 32 chefs/restaurants nationwide. The TNFL event raises money for local food banks of each participating city.

New Englanders can check out the Kickoff event at Davio's at Patriot Place in Foxborough on Thursday night at 4 p.m.

Twitter users can follow the RV with the Twitter hashtag #RoadTripNOLA

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