PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — As we get closer to Super Bowl kick-off, you can score big this Sunday with party food that is a one-pot-wonder and game day decorations made by the children.
If you’re throwing a Super Bowl party and you are in need of a party planning quarterback to throw a couple of tips your way, then Renee Patrone of Events By Renee is your golden girl!READ MORE: District Attorney Larry Krasner, Mayor Jim Kenney Speak Out On Philadelphia's Ongoing Gun Violence Crisis
She’s a party planning expert who knows how to plan the x’s and o’s of an effortless event.
She suggests making a chili bar for kickoff!
Her chili is a crock pot recipe that stretches for yards with a tomato base, beans, veggies, spices and turkey!
“This is the only cooking that I did, I browned turkey,” says Patrone. “You can also do vegetarian and leave out the meat.”
Then put together a chili bar and people can choose to top their chili bowl with items like shredded cheese, sour cream, and green onions!READ MORE: Habitat For Humanity Breaks Ground On Four Montgomery County Homes
Patrone gets extra points for using the tomato cans from the chili as a DIY utensil holder that the kids can decorate with paint.
Add pom-poms from the dollar store to vases and you have budget-friendly decorations.
And make sure guests have great seats like bean bag chairs with fun pillows.
Patrone also provides party host helpers you can hire so when you throw a party you can catch the whole game!
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