Snack stadiums are hot foodie projects for game day

Food Network Magazine is running a story in its January issue on Super Bowl snacking, and its readers were divided on the topic of snackadiums: 50 percent said they were “genius” and half found them “ridiculous.”

[…] snack stadiums can offer outsize snacking opportunities on game day said Maile Carpenter, editor in chief of Food Network Magazine.

[…] before you commit to building an edible stadium in your living room, you should consider whether you really want everything you’re eating for the Super Bowl to be in the same place, on the same table, and all at room temperature.

[…] though, like the big game, a snackadium is about making a big statement.

“Snackadiums are the modern equivalent of the elaborate sugar sculptures that adorned feast tables of royalty in the Renaissance: built to impress, awe and maybe inspire a little jealousy in the host’s clear superiority,” said Faith Durand, executive editor of thekitchn.com.

Food Network Magazine is running a story in its January issue on Super Bowl snacking, and its readers were divided on the topic of snackadiums: 50 percent said they were “genius” and half found them “ridiculous.”

[…] before you commit to building an edible stadium in your living room, you should consider whether you really want everything you’re eating for the Super Bowl to be in the same place, on the same table, and all at room temperature.

[…] though, like the big game, a snackadium is about making a big statement.

“Snackadiums are the modern equivalent of the elaborate sugar sculptures that adorned feast tables of royalty in the Renaissance: built to impress, awe and maybe inspire a little jealousy in the host’s clear superiority,” said Faith Durand, executive editor of thekitchn.com.

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