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  1. PaulNEPats

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    Figured this board could use a thread not dedicated to Deion Branch, the latest Ron Borges Pat Attack, or some safe prediction by Felger. :p

    Chicken Teriyaki on a bun always hits the spot for me! :D
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    Is ice considered a food?
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    For this game bison burgers:p
    Actually they are good and high in protein and low in fat.
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    beer

    ten characters
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    I'm one of the few idiots who gets ALL his food at the stadium.

    But I have the same thing every time. Italian Sausage smothered in peppers and onions.....

    and I can say unequivocally that Gillette has THE BEST Chili-Cheese Fries ever.

    That and a $7.00 beer.....heaven.
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    gridiron grillers... in stores now! lol
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    #12 Jersey

    Sausagee ( aka Gridiron Grillers) , is a great stadium food, if Im watchin at home ,wings or Pizza... Garlic and Butter a good favorite...
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    For myself,being as I Have never been to an actual pats game.I have to make do with what I have here at home on my couch.That being said,A few Brats and a 6 Guinness or two hits the spot mighty well.
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    While we do change our menu on a weekly basis, two staples are brats in the beer/butter/onion bath and marinated steak tips. With the exception of our lobster bake game, they are usually the most popular no matter what else is on the table.

    And a little Jack and Coke and plenty of Sam Adams Light.
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    that's my idea of tailgating :D
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    This is goofy and boring, but I always have to drive home (usually because I have not drunk and much as everyone else and because my hubby thinks I am good at manuevering out of the parking lot - I am a displaced Boston driver) and I always have a headache from yelling so much, so I must have an ice-cold can of regular (no diet!) Coke or Pepsi to guzzle as soon as we get in the car, sometimes two.
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    chicken legs marinated in beer/italian dressing
    bacon-wrapped filet mignon (sam's club)
    taquitos (great grilled, and the first thing ready)
    meatballs in grape jelly/chili powder (try it)
    burgers with lots of peppers/onions/spices

    in general, finger-food that we can munch on.
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    #75 Jersey

    I bet you clean out more than a few sinuses in your section.

    If I get tickets this year I'll PM you to make sure that I'm not on the same side of the field.
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    Some Nick's roast beef sandwiches (the Beverly version of Kelly's) and beer, although we discovered brats a couple months ago, so that might be the new tradition. Try boiling in beer/onions first, then grill, then keep them warm back in the beer hot tub. Damn, now I want a brat!
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    #12 Jersey

    A Carl's steak sub is always a good eat & even their smalls take a good 30 minutes to devour.
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    #12 Jersey

    Since 1960 when i first went to the games or saw them on tv i have
    never eaten or drank when the game was on.Not even halftime. Guess its
    a habit i got when i played for Boston College
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    There goes my diet.

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