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By Amanda Bochain
Big Game Foor for Football Foodies
The BIG Game is right around the corner! And I know that all of you football fans out there are pretty pumped about this year’s game. But The Big Game isn’t just for football lovers, it is also a day for foodies! There are so many awesome meals, appetizers, and snacks that are perfect for enjoying around the TV.
In fact, creating the perfect game day menu is one of the most important parts of the whole experience. You need to be sure that you serve easy-to-eat, super-flavorful foods that everyone at your party will enjoy.
The food has to live up to the excitement of the big game (and the commercials)!
If you are looking for easy game day food options, you have come to the right place. There are lots of companies offering amazing foods that you can serve your family and friends during the big game. You don’t even have to go to the grocery store- all of the food can be delivered right to you. Talk about easy game day meal prep…
We have checked out a bunch of the best food delivery options and gathered the info you need to help you choose which food (or foods!) you want to order.
Take a look and then get ready to cook, relax, and cheer on your team.
Big Game Food List
1. SAUCEY: Gameday drinks and snacks delivered ASAP!
From pigs-in-a-blanket to sausage and pepper sandwiches, this sausage sampler is as versatile as it is tasty.
This sampler includes 1 Pkg. Original Beef Sausage, 1 Pkg. 1882 Hot Beef Sausage, 1 Pkg. Jalapeño Cheddar Sausage, 1 Pkg. Polish Sausage, 1 Pkg. Garlic Pork Sausage, and 1 Pkg. Country Style Sausage.
7. Di Bruno Bros: Italian Hoagie Kit
$115 | Feeds 6 people
Celebrate the big game with an East Coast favorite- the Hoagie! A perfect roll, a little crunchy on the outside and soft on the inside, filled with quality meats and cheese makes for the perfect football-watching food.
This kit includes Philly hoagie rolls, aged provolone, prosciutto, coppa, salami, roasted peppers, kettle chips, and Abruzze cheese spread.
Plus, hoagie-building instructions and a drawstring bag.
8. Goldbelly: Guy’s BBQ Trash Can Nachos
$79.95 | Serves 4-6
The world-famous host of Food Network’s insanely popular “Diners, Drive-Ins, and Dives”, Guy Fieri, has teamed up with Goldbelly to bring you the original Trash Can Nachos.
This towering stack of nachos starts with crispy tortilla chips with Guy’s Super Melty Cheese Sauce, Guy’s Signature BBQ Sauce, black beans, pico de gallo, jalapenos, sour cream, cilantro, and is finished with pickled red onions.
What is a football party without a dip? It’s not a party at all 🙂
This Dip Bundle from What A Crock is filled with 5 fan-favorite dips that will be the hit at any party, large or small.
Choose between a 16oz package of each dip that feeds 3 to 4 people, or for a larger crowd, go for the 32oz package of each dip.
This bundle includes 5 best-selling dips including Buffalo Chicken Dip, Spinach & Artichoke Dip, Pepperoni Pizza Dip, Cheesy Taco Dip, and Philly Cheesesteak Dip.
Big Game Fun Facts
While you wait for the game to start, you can impress your guests with these fun football facts!
See how much everyone really knows about this great American sport.
Make it into a game, with the winner getting first dibs on the yummy Big Game food.
1. How many times has the Big Game gone into overtime?
The Big Game has only gone into overtime once.
2. Which Big Game had the lowest score in history? (bonus points if you know the score, who played, and who won!)
Big Game number 53 (or LIII) was the lowest scoring in history with an end score of 13-3.
3. Which Big Game used numbers rather than roman numerals?
Big Game number 50 was the only one to use numbers rather than roman numerals.
4. What is the second-biggest food day (right after Thanksgiving)?
According to the US Department of Agriculture, the Big Game is America’s second-biggest food consumption day, coming right in after Thanksgiving. Even more of a reason to order amazing foods to be delivered!
5. What year was the first Big Game?
The first Big Game was on January 15th, 1967 and didn’t even come close to selling out.
6. How much was the most expensive ticket at the first Big Game?
The most expensive ticket to the first Big Game was only $12 which would still only be $89 today.
7. What was the act at the first halftime show?
The first halftime show was just two marching bands, two men strapped with jet packs and 300 pigeons.
8. The power went out for how many minutes during Big Game 47?
The power went out during Big Game number 47 and forced the game to pause for 34 minutes.
9. Which Big Game didn’t have any cheerleaders?
Big Game number 45 was the first without cheerleaders as neither team playing had a professional cheerleading squad.
10. Has a sitting president ever attended a Big Game?
A sitting president has never attended the Big Game but four vice presidents have!
11. Do the winning and losing players get bonus checks?
Big Game players get pretty big bonus checks whether they win or not- even the losing players get a nice consolation prize! Of course, the winning players get more, almost double!
12. During which Big Games halftime show did ratings actually go up? Who performed?
In 1993, the Big Game ratings actually went up at halftime when Michael Jackson performed.
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