This year marks the 50th Super Bowl of the National Football League (NFL). This year the NFL is not going with the traditional roman numerals, which would have been L, as reported here in a Rolling Stone magazine (available through Zinio). Here are some books that cover the history of the Super Bowl and cookbooks to give you ideas of what to serve at your Super Bowl party.
If you are either a first-time fan looking to learn more about the game or if you need to double-check your stats to settle a debate with your friends, this is the book for you.
Maybe you are like me and you love the Super Bowl commercials. These commercials can make or break a brand and are rumored to cost millions for a mere 30 seconds.
Perhaps you will be hosting a party and want to give your friends a quiz to earn best seat in the house. Ask them about these plays to see who deserves the best seat.
Derrick Coleman Jr. is the first deaf athlete the play offensive line in the NFL, no easy feat. His autobiography is an inspiration to everyone about the importance of perseverance and the importance of hard work.
This cookbook will give you plenty of ideas of what to offer your guests or what to bring to someone else's house.
The weather on Sunday may mean you can fire up your barbecues for some of your food choices for the party.
Emeril offers his take on foods to bring or make for your own potluck, and with classic Emeril style, a good amount of kick in all his foods.
Enjoy your Super Bowl!