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Big Wins for the Big Game

It doesn't matter who you're rooting for during the Big Game—the day will not be perfect without great food, close friends (old customers), new customers, and the newest high-def television. 

Friends and the perfect television are easy. The food, however, can be a challenge. For those of us hosting the party, wings, ordinary chips and dip just will not cut it. Serving the same old food is like a fumble on the three yard line instead of scoring the winning touchdown. I know those are the staple eats on game day. In fact, Americans consume more than 1.23 billion wings and more than 11 million pounds of chips during on Big Game Day. But why be ordinary? The teams that have made it to the Big Game did it by not being ordinary. So let’s make sure the guests that come to your restaurant experience the extraordinary!

Performance Foodservice can help. Of course we have the best wings, wing sauces, dips and chips to offer. But we also have other amazing products and ideas to make this day truly "super" for you and your guests. Let’s start with our Empire's Treasure Smoked Salmon formed into a flower served over dill cream cheese on a cucumber round. Flowers may sound dainty, but this is a nice option for customers who aren't looking to go fried. Empire's Treasure Saku Block Tuna blackened atop a wonton triangle and topped with wasabi aioli provides a nice crunch and unique Asian flavors. Bay Winds Chiliean Sea Bass Ceviche brings tropical flavors to the menu. Now that we have wet your palate how about Braveheart Beef sliders? And I'm not just talking about bacon-cheddar. Caprese Burger Sliders, Saltimbocca Sliders, Black and Blue Sliders and Bob Marley Sliders bring plenty of flavors to the plate.   

These are just a few ideas to separate you from the competition and make this game day memorable for your guests. Talk to your Performance Foodservice Area Manager for even more great ideas. We hope your team and your restaurant is a big winner on Big Game day!


Contributed by:
Lonnie Varisco
Center of the Plate Specialist
Performance Foodservice – Caro