Super Sunday Game Plan
Alas another year where I really don’t have a rooting interest in the Super Bowl (â€¦and as a Redskins fan, it might be a while until I doâ€¦). However, with the Giants playing for all the marbles this week, New York City is more abuzz than usual.
Which brings up a great question: Whatâ€™s the best way to take in the Big game. Not too many wrong answers here. Some will opt to go to a local bar an watch on multiple screens with a steady stream fried foods for the ultimate game day game-plan. My ultimate Super Sunday includes a BIG HDTV, a spread of goodies from and inspired by the â€śNFL Gameday Cookbookâ€ť (Whiskey-Marinated Rib-eye Steaks anyone?) and a handful of close friends.
And while Super Sunday isnâ€™t a big gift-able holiday (shouldnâ€™t it be a national holiday though?), if youâ€™re invited to a Super party, good form suggests you bring a little something for the host. No need to go overboard, but a little show of appreciation to add to the party is always a nice touch. I say go with Gmen and Pats logo M&Ms. Theyâ€™re a festive touch and you really canâ€™t go wrong with M&Ms. If you feel like going the gear route, here are some cool Giants and Patriots gift ideas.
As for the game, hereâ€™s the Gift Guru pick:
In an all-time great Super Bowl the Giants pull out a close one 21-20.