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His Eats When it comes to his Super Bowl party, Steve Huff ’s guests may find it difficult to focus on the game. That’s because the Yankton attorney and “foodie” is planning a feed that goes beyond the typical munchies dumped in a bowl. Huff believes the Super Bowl spread should match the special atmosphere surrounding the big game. “Super Bowl food should be easily accessible for your guests,” he says. “They should be able to pick up their food and gather in the kitchen, the living room or wherever they want.” The Super Bowl food should reflect the fun and activity surrounding the game, he says. The event has become popular not only for the game, commercials and halftime entertainment but also for the food and friendship. “We have holidays like Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year’s. Those holidays are prim and proper,” he says. “With the Super Bowl, it’s about Americans getting together for a good time. People like a party atmosphere. It’s all fun and no pretense.” In fact, Huff decided one specialty food isn’t enough for his Super Bowl guests. “I’m going with two items,” he says. “I start with smoked blue corn nachos with marinated flat irons (steak) and a strong side selection of Dimock cheese. But I’m also making a flatbread pizza.” Why those two items? They fit Huff ’s definition of good Super Bowl food. “Nachos and pizza are favorites because they’re finger foods,” he says. “People can grab what they want and take the food with them around the house. The steak nachos and flatbread pizza are also tasty and filling, but you don’t feel weighed down.” Game Day Preparation Just like the Super Bowl players, Huff will enter the game fully prepared. He has finetuned both the nachos and pizza, including a practice session with a Press & Dakotan reporter. When it comes to food preparation, Huff keeps several balls in the air. He’s very organized, with ingredients prepared and pre-cooked ahead of time or at least with a head start. That includes marinating the meat, shredding the cheese, slicing up the vegetables and laying out the flat bread. “I started marinating the steaks before you got here,” he tells the P&D reporter. “It usually takes about 45 minutes to an hour.” Once things are in place, everything rolls along with ease. The entire cooking and grilling process takes about an hour. Making The Meal Good food doesn’t mean spending large amounts of money on hard-to-find items, Huff says. He buys his products from Yankton establishments. vHIS EATS continued on page 4 Prescriptions Filled. Expectations Exceeded. We go the extra mile to ensure you receive the friendly service, fair prices and pharmacy expertise you deserve for your entire family. Byron, R.Ph. We can help make taking your medications easier by synchronizing your refills so you can make less visits to the pharmacy. We offer free in-town delivery. Visit our website at www.rogersfamilypharmacy.com or sign up for our convenient mobile app and you can simplify your life by refilling or transferring your prescriptions to us online. 218 W. 4th Street, Yankton, SD • 605.665.8042 • www.rogersfamilypharmacy.com HISVOICEvJANUARY/FEBRUARY 2018v3

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