Archive for Tag: Superbowl

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January 29, 2013

SuperBowl Soiree…The Chic Way

By: Amy Atlas, in Great Finds
1) Coasters 2) Crab Cakes 3) Chocolate 4) Bowl 5) Pitcher  6) Ikat Chipper Pillow 7) Yellow Throw 8) Orange Candle 9) Beer Float Popsicles The Superbowl is this Sunday. Yes, my husband and sons will be yelling for Ray Rice or Frank Gore to run for touchdowns, but like always during the Superbowl, I’ll be focused on the commercials and the food. C’mon, I know I’m not alone in this. This year, instead of…
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January 16, 2013

Recipe {Golden Caramel Corn}

By: Amy Atlas, in Kids, Recipes
With the Golden Globes now behind us and the Oscars around the corner, it seems everyone is running to the theater to see the latest blockbusters. What’s a movie without popcorn?  This Saturday is National Popcorn Day so we thought we’d share our Golden Caramel Corn recipe from Sweet Designs, just in case you are feeling like you want to elevate the salty little kernel. This recipe works great for a Superbowl party, every day…
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February 03, 2012

WINNER! FIRST ANNUAL SWEETERBOWL

By: Amy Atlas, in Swag, Sweet Origins
The Pats pulled it out in the fourth quarter to tie it up in our SweeterBowl. After tallying up all the votes in overtime…the winner of the first annual Sweeterbowl is…………… THE NEW YORK GIANTS! The winner of the football cake tin and these football baking cups from Wilton is: Katy.  Please check your inbox for our email. Thank you everyone for playing.  Look for more fun stuff like this on the blog soon……
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February 02, 2012

Quarter 4: Tomato Tart Vs. Lobster Quiche (Plus Wilton Giveaway)

By: Amy Atlas, in Swag, Sweet Origins
THE GAME: We are now in the fourth quarter of our Sweeterbowl and New England has pulled out. Don’t forget to check back at 7PM to see which team wins and who wins the giveaway from Wilton. If you were here this morning, then maybe you are already part of our Sweeterbowl game. If you are just joining the game, each quarter you will be asked to tell us which dessert you prefer..the traditional New…
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February 02, 2012

Quarter 3: Apple Muffin Vs. Whoopie Pie (Plus Wilton Giveaway!)

By: Amy Atlas, in Swag, Sweet Origins
THE GAME: If you were here this morning, then maybe you are already part of our Sweeter Bowl game.  We’re now in the third quarter and the Giants are in the lead by 14. Where are all our New England fans?? If you are just joining the game, each quarter you will be asked to tell us which dessert you prefer..the traditional New York/New Jersey vs traditional New England. Leave your choice in the comments…
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February 02, 2012

Halftime: Superbowl Guest Dessert Feature

By: Amy Atlas, in Featured Submissions
We’re going into halftime with the Giants up by 14. During halftime, we all have to eat, right?  Here is a fun football spread that would be perfect for the Superbowl. This post came to us from Debi at A Perfect Event. We love the  DIY football field holding up the cookies. Both teams were represented with savory treats. Manhattan Clam and New England Chowder (perfect!), Burger Shack’s famous Klondike Beer Shakes, NY Deli minis,…
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February 02, 2012

First Annual Amy Atlas Sweeterbowl!

By: Amy Atlas, in Swag, Sweet Origins
We have not written a “Sweet Origins” in a while and since Superbowl XLVI is Sunday, we thought it would be fun to play a game where we learn about the sweet origins of the desserts from the Superbowl team areas and pit them against each other! A Superbowl of Sweets so to speak or “Sweeterbowl.” So today, we are pitting some traditional New York/New Jersey sweets against some New England favorites. Since the Giants…
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December 13, 2011

Football Fun with Wrigley

By: Amy Atlas, in Amy's Latest
Superbowl is just a little over a month away. We are definitely football fans in the Amy Atlas office. Of course, we love the Jets and Giants..but we can also be seen cheering the Florida State Seminoles and Dolphins. As we mentioned here, we have partnered with Wrigley to show candy fans, party stylists, and DIY’ers everywhere how Wrigley gum and candy can be used in many other fun or delicious ways. We created this…
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January 22, 2010

Spiked Sweets for Superbowl

By: Amy Atlas, in Recipes
Spiked sweets are definitely becoming a trend, especially with Superbowl season just around the corner. This chocolate beer cupcake with salted caramel icing {yum!} would be great to serve to your Superbowl guests. These cupcakes are from Brooklyn Kitchen {via the Kitchn}. I’ve included the recipe below! Looking for more spiked sweet recipes? Try the amazing David Lebovitz’s guinness milk chocolate ice cream, these chocolate whiskey and beer cupcakes, or modify a Bacardi rum cake…