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Building a Snack Stadium for the Super Bowl

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The Super Bowl is for three things -- football, drinking beer, and eating, and if you're going to eat, you go big or go home.

What better way to do that then to build a snack stadium?

While the field is typically guacamole with sour cream lines, the outer edges and stands can be completed with everything from chips and celery to cheese and carrots. Maybe throw some burgers and hot dogs in for good measure.

Search Pinterest and you'll find that not many have completed the task of doing a snack stadium, but the brave souls over at BuzzFeed have. Not only do they complete one, but they give you step-by-step instructions on how to do it yourself, and they're super easy. Don't let the size of the project intimidate you!

Put this together for your Super Bowl party and you're definitely going to be the host(ess) with the mostest.



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