What a weird weekend in football. While I'm glad New Orleans trumped Detroit (what do people in D-town eat besides sadness?), I'm devastated by Pittsburgh's loss to Denver, another town whose culinary culture is difficult to define. What Would Tebow Cook?
Pittsburgh, however, gave rise to the glory ... More >>
I've been looking forward to this series of posts since mid-fall, when our new Sportatorium folks joined the City of Ate fray. You see, I can think of no more perfect marriage than sports and food. And I consummate this union every year with an annual football-themed degustation.
Before you skewer ... More >>
While local restaurants are rushing to acquaint Dallas area eaters with the finer points of Primanti Bros.-style sandwiches, Green Bay cuisine is getting considerably less attention from Super Bowl-minded eateries.
Sherlock's Baker St. Pub in Arlington is the latest restaurant to Pittsburgh- ... More >>
For more information on Super Bowl events, click the image.Food geeks who are interested in how Pittsburgh's hot Italian sausage stacks up against northern Wisconsin's bratwurst can get in the Super Bowl mood at Malarkey's Tavern, the only Steelers-themed bar in the area.
Mike Quinn and Step ... More >>