Almost all of the pieces are in place for Sunday, February 3rd in Atlanta. Gladys Knight will sing the National Anthem. Maroon 5, Travis Scott, and Big Boi will perform at halftime. There’s even going to be a football game, too. There’s just one thing left to figure out: the snacks.
I feel that Super Bowl Sunday is like a national holiday. In fact, as soon as the government gets back to work, we should all petition Congress to make it illegal to go to work on the Monday after the Super Bowl. If they can loaf, why can’t we? And just as Thanksgiving has its traditional foods, so do Super Bowl parties. Here are the 11 “starters” for your gastronomical gridiron:
Potato Chips & French Onion Dip
Pigs in a Blanket
Tortilla Chips & Salsa/Guacamole
Pretzels & Cheese Dip
Crunchy Raw Veggies & Ranch Dip (Gotta get your vitamins!)
12th Man: Bratwurst