Super Bowl Survival Guide
Everything you need to know about eating and drinking during Super Bowl LVII
Super Bowl LVII is right around the corner and it promises to be a good one. Sunday evening, the Kansas City Chiefs take on the Philadelphia Eagles in Glendale, Arizona. Add Rihanna performing during halftime, and you’ve got a night to remember.
As a companion to the Big Game, here are the recipes you need (and the trivia you want). to survive Super Bowl Sunday.
Throwing a Super Bowl party? You’re going to have some hungry mouths to feed. Luckily, Food & Wine listed 32 recipes for everything from chicken wings to sour cream and chive potato pizza to nachos in a bag.
Here’s the scenario: you’re watching the Big Game with your buddies and Rover comes begging for a treat. Before you share your spread with your doggo, take a minute to read thisshandy list of what you can (and can’t share with your dog). Hint: plain potato skins are okay, guacamole is out.
On Super Bowl Sunday, it’s s safe bet thet every one of the 64,000 seats at State Farm Stadium in Arizona will be filled, with people eating and drinking as they watch the game. That also equates to thousands of pounds of leftover hot dogs, burgers, and pizza by the fourth quarter. The good news is that the food will not go to waste. Food Recovery Network is coordinating a campaign to rescue leftover food on game day. The organization will stand by with refrigerated trucks, pallet jacks and lift gates to collect what they estimate to be over 10,000 pounds of food, which will be distributed to food banks and rescue missions.
If TV commercials are an indicator, then every human on earth will be watching the Super Bowl with a beer bottle in their hands. But have you ever wondered just how much beer is really consumed? Men’s Journal did the investigative work so you don’t have to (even they don’t believe the findings).
For many, the Super Bowl is a time to gather with family and friends and watch commercials. Yes…sometimes the commercials can be more entertaining than the actual game. If you want to catch a glimpse of the best commercials before the actual game, Sporting News has compiled most of them for you (including a mayonnaise commercial featuring John Hamm and Brie Larson — get it…ham and cheese?).