U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis was filled to the brim on Sunday night for Super Bowl LII, and among those in the crowd were a ton of celebrities cheering on the Patriots and the Eagles.
Despite battling the flu, Pink delivered a powerful rendition of the national anthem to kick off Super Bowl LII on Sunday night in Minneapolis.
This is how you handle a gust of wind. Models are accustomed to working in extreme weather conditions, so when wind struck the Venice Film Festival, Brazilian model Isabeli Fontana simply struck a pose.
Tom Brady has never hidden his love for designer Tom Ford — the Patriots quarterback has a guilty penchant for the brand’s suits and sneakers.
While everyone’s eyes were on the game, or Lady Gaga’s performance, one Super Bowl viewer was having a major flashback moment: the singer Usher, who was twinning with himself. The star posted a split image to Instagram featuring a photo of him on the field and one from when he was just a toddler. Edward Dada, the jacket’s creator, has been on the scene for a few years.
Tom Brady’s diet seems to be the fountain of youth. At 39, Tom Brady is among the best quarterbacks in the NFL — ranking second in 2016 — and he’s also the oldest. Brady credits a highly restrictive diet for his longevity and success, which involves eliminating entire food groups, consuming strictly organic foods, and adhering to the alkaline diet, which he says “maintains balance and harmony through [his] metabolic system” and requires him to eat 80 percent alkaline and 20 percent acidic foods.
Immediately after Peyton Manning's Super Bowl 50 win, he laid a big fat wet one on ... Papa John. Not his wife, children, brother or father, but the founded of one of the biggest pizza chains in the country, which he also happens to be an investor in. You just won the Super Bowl. Naturally, you’re excited. In your moment of glory, under the spotlight of millions of football fans, you weave through the frenzy of media, fans, teammates and NFL executives to reach out to one of the most important people in your life…. ...
If you’ve made chili and queso dip for your Super Bowl party and have both left over, use both to build the ultimate plate of nachos during the game.
For those who aren’t huge football fans, the most appealing part about Super Bowl Sunday festivities is all the fun and delicious foods that come with it. But if you’re a vegetarian, or just trying to incorporate more veggies in your diet - you probably know all too well that the typical game-day menu includes staples like heavy dips, chili and chicken wings.
This Sunday, Beyonce will perform at the Super Bowl halftime in San Francisco alongside Coldplay. And while the world tries to guess what Queen Bey will wear for her world spectacle (nearly 115 million viewers tune in for the half-time show), we take a look at some of her most show-stopping looks— and there’s not a wardrobe malfunction in sight. Follow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Pinterest for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day.
Editor’s Note: We asked Edible Piedmont Publisher Fred Thompson to share the North Carolina fare he’ll be making on Super Bowl Sunday in honor of the Carolina Panthers. To make an incredible Southern lineup even better, author and craft beer expert Anne Fitten Glenn reveals the best local brews to pair each dish with, plus more widely available beers outside Carolina.
By Lisa Houston and Anne Fitten Glenn for Edible Aspen Editor’s Note: We asked Edible Aspen Publisher, Lisa Houston, to share the Colorado spread she’ll be making on Super Bowl Sunday to cheer on the Broncos. And no Game Day menu is complete without a quality local brew. Craft beer expert Anne Fitten Glenn gave us a list of the best Colorado picks (plus more widely available brews) for each recipe. There is no better way for Coloradan’s to celebrate the Broncos going to the Super Bowl than with flavorful and filling appetizers, complimented by craft beer from over 200 of the state’s micro-breweries.
The week’s cookbook is Beer Bites: Tasty Recipes and Perfect Pairings for Brew Lovers by Christian DeBenedetti and Andrea Slonecker (Chronicle Books). DeBenedetti wrote The Great American Ale Trail, and is the founder of Wolves & People Farmhouse Brewery.
Pizza may eternally duel Bratwurst for the title of most obvious beer companion, but for the dedicated home connoisseur throwing a pairing party, it’s not as easy as it might seem: Tomatoes, especially, tend to wreak havoc when paired with beer.
Fifty years ago, Teressa Bellissimo decided to fry up chicken wings she had set aside for soup to quickly feed her son’s ravenous friends at the family restaurant, Anchor Bar, in Buffalo, New York. Since then, Buffalo wings have, of course, made their way into American food lore.
Pizza, wings, and beer are all great Super Bowl party offerings, but dips are the ultimate football-watching food. While the actual game is the most exciting part of the Super Bowl for most, the snacks are a close second.
On Thursday, Katy Perry hinted that, in addition to Lenny Kravitz, an “old school” artist would be joining her onstage during the Super Bowl halftime show and just hours later on #tbt, the mystery performer was revealed to be Missy Elliott. Not only will Elliott elevate the experience, but her uniquely sporty sense of style meshes perfectly with the setting. Based on the multiplatinum rapper’s fashion choices, she’s basically been destined to take the halftime stage her entire career. Here, Yahoo Style takes a look back at her best athleisure outfits to date
She’s not selling Doritos or Pepsi, instead, the 34-year-old is the spokesperson for T-Mobile—and she has a very important message to share. Related: What Kim Kardashian Going Full Frontal Means for the Magazine industry 'Hi. I'm Kim,” it starts (duh, when you #breaktheinternet you’re a household name).
These are the rules of game food: Classic Super Bowl snacks must be easy to eat with your hands — and easy to prepare ahead of time, so you can watch the action, too. The recipes here score big on both counts, playing up salty and sweet flavors that make the spread as exciting as the touchdowns.