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Celebratin’ the Big Game

This Sunday marks the biggest day of the 2012 football season: Super Bowl XLVII. Even though we can’t cheer for our Texans at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans on February 3rd, we get to watch a battle of East Cost versus West Coast as the Baltimore Ravens take on the San Francisco 49ers. Also known as the “Harbough Bowl,” this year’s Super Bowl marks the first game with opposing head coaching brothers (John Harbaugh of Baltimore and Jim Harbaugh of San Francisco). I bet their mama is nervous for this match-up!

When it comes to the Super Bowl, cuisine and atmosphere are just as important as the team’s playing. Everyone knows this game is an excuse to enjoy extravagant amounts of delicious, salty, perfectly satisfying food, and more specifically, meat, while surrounded with your friends. Of course barbeque is ideal for any occasion, but it’s especially delicious when accompanied by football. The Goode Company Kirby location is offerin’ 10% off Party Packs from now until February 17th – just in time for your game day gathering!

To serve your guests something that will not only satisfy their hungers but also quench their thirsts, prepare meat shot glasses filled with bacon infused vodka or Bloody Mary’s. These ground beef cup shaped snacks are not only mouthwaterin’, they’re also practical!

Meat Shot Glasses

If you want to create a Super Bowl feast that’ll give your friends somethin’ to talk about for years, then I suggest you build a football stadium out of meat.  Yep folks, that’s right: a football stadium fashioned out of brisket, hamburgers, sausage, ribs and condiments. The two pictures below are nice examples of just how beautiful piled meat can be.

Meat Stadium


Meat Stadium 2

Whether your Super Bowl celebration is big or small, tame or wild, traditional or unique, the important thing is to enjoy yourself! Good luck to the Ravens, the 49ers and all of the commercials! We’ll be seein’ you Sunday, boys.


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