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Super Soups are on the table

Come Sunday when the Atlanta Falcons and the New England Patriots vie for the football championship in Super Bowl LI, there will be a live audience of 72,220-plus at the NRG Stadium in Houston. But across this land and over 15 foreign countries, an expected TV audience, which does not include the fans who watch via parties at bars and restaurants, to surpass last year’s, the third highest watched game, of 112.2 million. Experts are guessing 167 million. And it’s in these homes and at these parties where food becomes the second most important topic of the day. It is the second largest day for U. S. food consumption after Thanksgiving.

The staff at the Gazette-Journal held its annual early Super Bowl party in order to share favorite recipes, which are bound to help make your party a big success. The emphasis this year was on soup. If it’s made in a slow-cooker it can be kept hot during the entire game, 3 to 4 hours.

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