Current Version Version: 1.1
Developer Feel Social
Rating
2.5/5
Price $1.00
Filed Under Health & fitness
Age rating 4+
Compatibility
  • iPhone (Original)
  • iPod Touch
  • iPhone 3G

Description

*** Welcome to Food Street ***


Welcome to Food Street, where you’ll discover a new world of great food from your own home! Take your cooking to a higher level with hundreds of delectable dishes at your fingertips. Browse recipes by name or category – Main Dishes, Soups, Desserts, and more. Spice up your cooking experience with new tips. Even take notes and pictures to remember your success and record how you did it.


*** Super Bowl Food***

A Super Bowl meal is meant to serve friends and family to enjoy one of America's most exciting sporting events, the Super Bowl.

The Super Bowl is the championship game of the National Football League, which is alos the most-watched American television broadcast.

The Super Bowl Sunday is the second-largest US food consumption day, after Thanksgiving Day.

The Super Bowl was first played on January 15, 1967, as part of a merger agreement between the NFL and a rival league, the American Football League (AFL).

The Super Bowl uses Roman numerals to identify each game, rather than the year in which it is held.

Super Bowl I was played in 1967 and Super Bowl XLIV will be played in 2010.

The traditional super bowl food is one of the least selective and most unpretentious foods to be served. Super bowl foods are mainly dominated by snacks like chips, sour cream or cheese dips (onion soup dip springs to mind), chili, salsa, buffalo wings, cheese balls, pizza, etc. These dishes are easy to serve and eat while watching the game.

On this unofficial national day of snacking, Americans typically eat over millions of pounds of tortilla chips, tons of popcorn and potato chips, pizzas, etc.

For many football fans who would not manage tickets to the big game, a big screen TV would be the next best thing.

Super Bowl parties mean hours of snacking and eating chips, pretzels, tortilla chips, crackers, cheese and veggies, usually accompanied by salsa, dips, and spreads.

Great super bowl parties also include appetizers like nachos, wings, shrimp and other finger foods, plus a half-time buffet and yummy desserts.


*** Application Features ***

• Step by step methods.

• Ingredient list (great for when you go grocery shopping).

• Tips & Tricks.

• Notepad (allowing you to take notes for later reference).

• Photos (take pictures of your attempts and associate them with particular dishes to view later).

• Share on Facebook, Twitter or via E-mail.

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