The Super Bowl has become an American tradition. I can actually remember watching the very first Super Bowl. I’ll let you do the math. When it first started, I don’t recall the Super Bowl being a huge party or food day, but that is certainly what it has become. Apparently, it rivals Thanksgiving on a day for nonstop cooking and eating. Here are two fun cookbooks for football fare, although the football cookbook has much more gourmet-type recipes than the Game Day book. The football book has recipes from chefs of the cities where the team is located. Who would have guessed you could find Herb-Crusted Mahi-Mahi with Crab and Mushrooms and Lobster Butter Sauce, or Beef Carpaccio Rolls with Apple Syrup, in a football cookbook? The Game Day cookbook sounds more like what people like to cook and eat during the game like, Kickin’ Southwestern Dip, Quarterback Queso Dip, Linebacker Quesadillas, All-Star Potato Salad, Gridiron Burgers, Halftime Chili, or Give Me a T-E-A-M Bars. Whichever way you decide to go on the food, have fun and enjoy the game. Except the Bears should be playing… Oh, well.