Taste of the NFL steps into everyone’s home kitchens

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The Taste of the NFL at home is the ultimate Super Bowl LV event.

Taste of the NFL at home brings the excitement of Super Bowl LV celebrations and delicious celebrity chef food directly into the home kitchen. While Raymond James Stadium will host the NFC and the AFC teams on the field, many of the traditional activities are taking a virtual twist this year. Are you ready to whip up the ultimate Super Bowl LV food spread with the help of Taste of NFL?

For 30 years, Taste of the NFL has brought together celebrated chefs and football fans to support various charities. The event’s purpose has always been to raise funds and awareness fight hunger and food insecurity. Due to the current state of the world, this year’s event has been adapted in the format. Now, enjoying that delicious football food and learning some culinary tips from celebrity chefs has a bigger purpose.

In the past year, the dire circumstances of food insecurity has become forefront in many people’s minds. From the long lines at food banks to the universality of the face of food insecurity, this national concern now has a face that people can recognize.

For the Taste of the NFL at Home, this year’s event benefits GENYOUth. The charitable organization focuses on creating healthier school communities. It is best known for its Fuel Up to Play 60 programs.

While the previous Taste of NFL celebrations have had guests sample amazing food prepared by some of the best chef in the nation, this year’s event has a different twist. Now, home cooks can create those special dishes at home via the interactive event.

Joining Taste of the NFL at home this year are several chefs who have been vocal about the issues that food insecurity causes. Andrew Zimmern, Tim Love and Carla Hall are some of the celebrity chefs who will be leading the cooking demos on Super Bowl Sunday. These chefs understand that the event is entertaining, but it is also a time to come together for a worthy cause.

Andre Zimmern said, “As a veteran of many Taste of the NFL events, I know this will be an incredibly interactive experience guaranteed to satisfy your appetite to do good, eat well and make a true difference in helping to feed our nation’s kids.”

Carla Hall said, “As a long-time supporter of GENYOUth, I have seen first-hand the valuable work they do to help feed children in high needs communities, I am ready to step up and get cooking to add a little flavor to Super Bowl Sunday and a big boost to fight youth and hunger.”

To join the Taste of the NFL at Home, guests can purchase a $100 ticket. That ticket includes access to special live stream, a customized game day menu, and a shopping list. Participants will receive a special PepsiCo Game Day snack box, a virtual gift bag and a discount code available at participating Albertsons Companies.

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For more information on the event and to purchase tickets, please visit www.TasteoftheNFL.com.

This year, the final game of the NFL football season can be more than just crowning a champion. Thanks to the Taste of the NFL at Home can be the spark to make a difference all year long.