Tailgate Judgment: What did you eat and drink on game day?

Kirby Lee-US PRESSWIRE - Presswire

Did you eat food while watching football last weekend? If you did, and you seek judgment, leave a comment describing your food and libations, and we will rate it on a scale of 1 to 10.

Hello, friend. Did you know that over one million Americans ate food this weekend? Many of those folks decided to eat and drink while watching football. I sure did! Did you? And do you crave judgment?

If so, TAILGATE JUDGMENT is the place for you. Here's how it works: you leave a comment below that describes what you ate and drank while watching your game(s) of choice. I will then come around and rate your food/drink on a scale of 1 to 10, and do my best to explain my rationale.

In the interests of full disclosure, I will start. To eat, I had a few slices of delivery pizza from Tony BoomBozz, a local pizza establishment. It was not world-changing, but it was tasty and hearty without becoming some sort of ridiculous, over-topped casserole. I award myself a 7 in the lunch department. To drink, I had an assortment of beers including Southern Tier 2X, Ellie's Brown Ale from Avery's, and naturally, Coors Light. I also had some mezcal, which is a really odd but interesting liquor: starts as though you're drinking Sambuca, then comes around and slaps you in the face. These elements did not necessarily blend all that well together, but were individually satisfying, and so I will award myself a 7 in the drink department as well.

Now it's your turn! I can't promise that I will be able to rate everybody, but I will rate as many as I can. Let's hear it: what did you have to eat and/or drink during the big game and/or big games and/or regular game?

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