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About League Eats

You're asking: What's a food blog doing here?

You're thinking: My definition of a gourmet is The Commish in the More Taste League beer ads.

You're saying: Shut up and pass the pizza.

We say, good food makes football better, whether you're grilling at home, tailgating, or (oof) eating concessions at the game.

We think arguing about how to do the best ribs, or chili, or chip dip is almost as much fun as fighting over which team has the worst secondary.

We think you might want to know about gadgets and gizmos that enhance your face-stuffing experience. Or what some players' favorite recipes are.

Also, we think your wives or significant others might be interested, even if you're not. Consider us a Bridge to Somewhere in your relationships.

And finally, we know you've got great info to share, too, and this is the place. Maybe pictures of your best Jell-o mold shaped like a Falcon, or recipe for 7-layer Bronco cake. Or not. But we'll have ratings, and contests and general foolishness and you get to play.

League Eats is written by Jonathan Krim, a washingtonpost.com editor, foodie and Packer fan. He gets a lot of help from his wife, food journalist Joyce Gemperlein, a cooking-school graduate who hails from Steeler country. If you want to send email instead of leaving a comment, write to league at wpni.com, with League Eats in the subject line.

By Jonathan Krim  |  October 12, 2008; 7:50 PM ET  | Category:  Food Save & Share:  Send E-mail   Facebook   Twitter   Digg   Yahoo Buzz   Del.icio.us   StumbleUpon   Technorati  
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