Saturday, February 4, 2012

Super bowl food

  • Get creative but dont overthink it; the real game is, after all, the one on the TV. Food for the Super Bowl is an absolute must.
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  • Gearing up for the Super Bowl? Us, too! While Super Bowl parties are a blast, they can be a bit of a minefield when it comes to healthy eating. Wings, cheesy dips, nachos, pizzathe list of not-so-great for you foods goes on and on.
  • (Huffington Post)
  • The Tarrant Area Food Bank received a supersized donation Friday. The North Texas Super Bowl XLV Host Committee awarded the food bank $850,000, the largest noncapital gift the charity has ever received.
  • (Kansas City Star)
  • While fans of the Giants and the Patriots are going to be fixated on the football this Sunday, lets face it - the neutral just wants to eat during the Super Bowl. And if theres one thing Americans do really, really well, its eating.
  • (Huffington Post)
  • Millions of Americans are set to spend Super Bowl Sunday munching all kinds of delicious snacks as they watch the big game on television.
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  • Winnings will be donated to food banks. Mayoral bet Never say never: There has never been overtime or a shutout in a Super Bowl. There has never been fewer than 21 points scored in the game.
  • (46 trivial facts about the Patriots-Giants matchup, the game's entertainment, wagers and more - Cleveland Plain Dealer)
  • The Super Bowl is an advertisers biggest stage (more than 111 million but instead raves about a Groupon deal on Tibetan food.
  • (Philadelphia Daily News)

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