Since the Daytona 500 is the Super Bowl of auto racing, then why not throw a Daytona 500 party, complete with Daytona 500 Menu? More than half a century ago, stock car racers began pounding the sands of Daytona Beach with furious speeds. Now, this race’s trophy is among the most coveted in all of sports and millions of Americans gather to watch this spectacle of speed. The proper Daytona 500 Menu will keep your party rolling from green flag to the Winner’s Circle.
Clever names can help put punch into your Daytona 500 Menu. Start guests off with a refreshing Green Flag Punch. “At-the-track” foods will help to make your guests feel they are right there at the track, watching their favorite driver weave through the field. Serve up hot dogs, burger and bratwursts on buns in foil wrappers. Provide a condiment bar to allow everyone to customize their selection. Funnel cakes or cotton candy can be purchased as dessert to complete the experience.
To make Green Flag Punch for your Daytona 500 Menu, mix two packages of lime gelatin mix and one quart hot water in a large saucepan. Allow to cool. When cool, pour mixture into a large punchbowl. Stir in one large can of pineapple juice, two cans of frozen orange juice concentrate, two cups sugar and four and a half cups cold water. Just before serving, pour in one two-liter bottle of ginger ale.
With the proper Daytona 500 Menu, your guests will be just as excited about the food and drink as they are the on-the-track action.
Source by Gail Leino