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There are two things that are for sure this Sunday: There will be a Super Bowl, and there will be selfies. For those who are hardly interested in the 49th showdown but love a good sporting event, you will still find an opportunity to look like you know what is going on with a few great pictures. (For those of you who are interested in more than the halftime show,
It’s almost time for the Super Bowl, which means…Super Bowl parties with lots of food, and Super Bowl food COMMERCIALS! We’re not gonna lie, besides great food, we love great commercials. Even better, commercials that feature food! In order to prepare ourselves, we compiled five of our favorite all time Super Bowl food commercials: 1. Taco Bell’s Viva Young (2013) Kids, don’t forget that your grandparents were your age –
It used to be that the Super Bowl halftime shows were something fans looked forward to watching almost as much as the advertisements. But in recent years we’re more likely to yawn and flip the channels than show any interest in the entertainment offered—maybe our expectations were set too high after Janet and Justin graced us with their notorious performance. Whatever the reason, YouTube has noticed how anticlimactic the Super
If you’re planning on watching the 49th Super Bowl next weekend, it means you’re wearing your favorite player’s jersey, posting up on the couch, and snacking. All day. If you don’t like football, you’re most likely still entertaining a few people and you’re still snacking. All day. Wings, nachos and hot dogs are the basic staples of every Super Bowl, but that doesn’t mean that you can’t mix it up!
Okay, so I’m a bit late to the Cronut game, a delicious pastry that was trademarked in 2013 by chef Dominique Ansel (source). In essence, it’s a deep fried croissant that can be glazed like a donut. The original Cronut was apparently deep fried in grape seed oil, and people would line up for hours to get one. It had a short burst of fame, in which other chefs came