While Chicago Bears fans might have been impressed with his moves on the field, Spice Adams has become a legend in the television world as well. Ever since he stepped into that quick service restaurant after stepping away from the gridiron, a legendary career was born. With a laugh that makes people smile and a humorous take that engages an audience, Adams is rarely at a loss for words. But, this time around Spice Adams and Modelo have a hand in another type of adventure.
For many people, summer and fun go hand in hand. When Modelo kicked off its “All In Summer,” many people knew that the excitement would be hot. Although many people want to go all in on the activities, it can be hard to keep a hand on everything. But, some people know how to keep their eye on the prize, keep the distraction at bay, and channel that Fighting Spirit.
Recently, Modelo held a “Hands on a Hot Drop” competition during the iHeartRadio Block Party. While the epic Modelo and Takis Snacks Vending Machine was earned by the winners, the reality is it took laser focus to earn the coveted prize.
Since Spice Adams is rarely at a loss for words, FoodSided asked what type of distractions would cause him to lose his grip on that epic machine. Although we offered up a rendition of Go Pack Go or the Bears Still Suck, Adams was steadfast. He would definitely wait till his hands were raised in the air to enjoy that iced cold Modelo and flavorful Takis snack.
Although the special event has passed, Adams is ready to enjoy all that summer has to offer. As seen on his social media, he is an avid griller. But, he prefers to use his own personal set up to prepare that tasty meal. Specifically, he mentioned that he has everything just right on his grill.
While Adams knows his way around a tailgate, he said that one of the keys to a successful event is preparation. For example, he recommends getting everything just right on that home set-up before heading out to the party.
But, Adams isn’t afraid to try some new foods on the grill. Although he makes some mouthwatering ribs, he mentioned that he would like to try his hand at brisket. FoodSided might have convinced him to try the bacon lattice technique that he uses on the Thanksgiving turkey on a brisket recipe.
With college football season around the corner and tailgating parties on the calendar, we had to ask which colleges should top the must visit list. Of course, his alma mater, Penn State, came highly recommended. He recalled the special moments of being part of the annual White Night game and how that college tradition continues to be part of the community.
Other recommendations included various colleges across the Big 10 or even top colleges in the SEC. As Adams alluded to, going to a college football game and enjoying the pre- and post- game activities doesn’t require a perfect knowledge of slants, nickel packages, and end arounds. It is about enjoying the community in the stands and cheering for a memorable day of football.
Whether it is football season, summer fun, or just enjoying a day with friends, grab a Modelo, some Takis, and toast to the good life. It might not spark a “ahaha” meme, but it will be an enjoyable way to spend the day.