Super Bowl XLV

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Super Bowl XLV

Postby steve » 26 Jan 2011, 12:08

Packers v. Steelers

Packers all the way.

If you don't have a god you worship, may I suggest:

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Re: Super Bowl XLV

Postby Quill » 26 Jan 2011, 19:51

My two favorite teams going way back (although the Bill Walsh '49ers were pretty special, too).

Should be a great game!
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Re: Super Bowl XLV

Postby cheekychook » 26 Jan 2011, 20:00

I don't really care who's playing most years---I'm all about the snacks. All the recipes on my blog have been Super Bowl Snack Appropriate and will continue to be so until the big game, so if you're looking for recipe ideas to accompany your game-viewing check out my posts from the past three Thursdays. Tomorrow will be Turkey Meatballs in Apple Butter Gravy---perfect toothpick food---don't need to look away from the game to grab a toothpick, and handy if you get anything caught in your teeth that can't be washed away with beer alone. :)
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Re: Super Bowl XLV

Postby Nicole R » 27 Jan 2011, 11:33

I have to weigh in on the side of Packer love! Sitting here in Milwaukee, this is about as much excitement as we get in the middle of winter. :)

The Steelers are gonna be tough. Should be a great game!
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Re: Super Bowl XLV

Postby steve » 02 Feb 2011, 10:22

Hear that? It's the sound of the Steelers losing.

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Re: Super Bowl XLV

Postby Quill » 03 Feb 2011, 12:30

To tie in to this forum's themes, I appreciate the way the Bowl's roman numerals help promote literacy worldwide.

And accentuate the gladiatorial nature of the game, GO PACKERS, knock 'em down, step on their faces!
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Re: Super Bowl XLV

Postby Erica75 » 05 Feb 2011, 17:20

I haven't been around here a lot lately. And now I have no recollection how to paste a picture. But trust me, I have a really good one of Clay Matthews sacking Big Ben earlier in the season. It's on my blog with some Packer party recipes if anyone want to see it.
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