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Tampa Bay Buccaneers
An Important Smidge of Superbowl Trivia
The very first Superbowl Game broadcast films don't exist. They disappeared. It could be that they were taped over or simply tossed but there had been 2 tapes that had been aired independently aired by the CBC and NBC networks. Through a strange twist of fate both of these tapings disappeared leaving Superbowl 1 as the only NFL football game without an existing copy as record of its play.
NFL Films took it upon itself to rectify the situation. It was a mighty task to fulfill but they managed to pull together all the major plays of the game to recreate a Superbowl 1 tape available to air. The game was between the Green Bay Packers and the Kansas City Chiefs and the resulting taped aired on the 49th anniversary of that game.
Now Let's Get Talking About the Serious Stuff - Food!
Most sporting events and sport theme parties involve food. We all consume the stuff and for some strange reason we tend to get a craving for snacks to keep our fingers busy while we otherwise sit around keeping an eye on the event. It's a fact.
Finger foods are one of the most popular one meal deal / appetizers for these events. It's important to note that one dish meals like chili, lasagna, natchos, and potato salad also come into play on game day.
Meat Lovers Rejoice!
Meaty foods rank high on the list of popular appetizers and when it comes to eating the Superbowl definitely has its share of meatlovers.
Popular game foods are Chicken wings, hotdogs, hamburgers, ribs, pizza, potato chips, tortilla chips, popcorn, and nuts. Are you noticing a trend toward finger foods here?
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