Order "Charleen's Super Bowl CSA" from FnB in Scottsdale Now

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Chef Charleen Badman of FnB is kind of a big deal. We named her Best Chef in Phoenix in the 2013 Best of Phoenix issue, and her leeks have been praised by Food & Wine as one of the best dishes in the country. In other words, you could say that having her cater your Super Bowl get together would be pretty damn sweet.

Well, hosts and hostesses, you're in luck. Because this year FnB is offering a "Charleen's Super Bowl CSA," complete with everything you need to host the gourmet Super Bowl bash you've always dreamed of but never been able to pull off.

See also: 6 Super Bowl Desserts for Your Game-Day Party

The Super Bowl CSA will cost $75 plus tax and feeds four to six people. It includes:

  • grain salad
  • pasta salad
  • spinach dip
  • plantain chips
  • spiced pecans
  • 18 Sriracha wings
  • Tracy Dempsey's "Bacon-Pecan Brittle Popcorn"
  • Goody Twos Traditional Toffee

Orders must be placed before Saturday, February 1 at noon. To order call FnB, 480-284-4777, and ask to speak to Mari.

For more information visit the FnB Restaurant Facebook page. May the best team win -- and may the food be delicious.

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