Pizza Madness Starts With Super Bowl 2014

Posted: Feb 2 2014, 6:53am CST | by , in News | Super Bowl

 

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Pizza Madness Starts with Super Bowl 2014
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Among the foods that will occupy center stage at the super Bowl are pizza and wings. Along with other snacks these twosome will entertain palates when the football teams face off in the stadium soon.

Many Americans are ready to chug-a-lug root beer and gobble down pizza slices and Buffalo wings. The Super Bowl is at hand and excitement levels are high indeed. The Denver Broncos and Seattle Seahawks will be engaged in a tug of war for the winning spot. 

Among the roster of restaurants that will be preparing special Super Bowl open pies (pizzas) are: Dominos, Pizza Hut, Fabiano’s and Papa John’s. You will have to place orders beforehand if you want to enjoy some hot and chewy cheddar and mozzarella with pepperoni slices. 

Even green grocers will be selling extra snack items such as prawns, nachos and cheese dips. Some eateries will especially serve Buffalo wings dipped in barbecue sauce. 

Cabin fever is very common this winter when the polar vortex has America in its thrall. That is why creamy carbohydrate-rich foods are the ideal companion to viewing the Super Bowl playoffs on television. 

Some comestible services even churn out wings at the rate of a thousand every thirty minutes. The game is about to go on air and the crowd of exhilarated fans can’t wait to get their hands on some satiating stuff. 

Calling it junk food doesn’t change a thing since mankind has taste as well as a concern for health. Besides, a short and satisfied life thanks to a full belly is better than a long and deprived depressive existence due to dieting. 

Source: DCS

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