Happy post Super Bowl weekend! This weekend was really special for me because growing up in a "football, all of the time" kind of family meant that the Super Bowl is one of the biggest events in my house (next to Christmas, of course). This means food galore, all day. Honestly, when I think of football season in general, I instantly think of finger food: wings, loaded potato skins, the whole nine yards. Although, in this case, it would probably be the whole 100 yards. Okay, I'll stop with the bad jokes, on to the food!
First on the starting roster: wings. You can't watch football, especially the Big Game, without having wings in some form on the menu. You can have classic buffalo wings, lemon pepper, garlic parmesan, boneless or bone-in, extra wet, dry rub, I could go on for days, there are so many different ways to have wings tailored to your taste. Personally, my favorite place to get wings is Rooster's, especially since they opened the new one on Sawmill. I have to hold myself back from getting their wings and mac and cheese bites all the time, they're so close. However, I've seen that they're opening a new wing spot called Wing Snob in two locations: one in Dublin, and one in Clintonville, so that review will definitely be coming soon (wink wink).