The Super Bowl is as much a show of fanciful proportions as it is a football game. Sure, there’s a match happening, and some team will leave the stadium with a big, beautiful trophy.
But the Super Bowl is a performance act—with commercials companies have fretted over for months, graphics broadcast companies painstakingly made hurriedly over the last two weeks, logistics the lay person can’t even imagine.
That’s not to mention the halftime performance which, as history has shown us, is sometimes more of a highlight than the game—and sometimes the punching bag.
Our oldest son graduated from high school last weekend. For a kid who appreciates good food as much as my son does, I wanted to do just a bit more than cake and punch. I had a lot of fun coming up with a fun menu. Here's what we cooked up: