Gridiron Goes Gourmet with Eats Beats & Cleats

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Super Bowl 44 is upon us (it happened so quickly) and while

everyone is buzzing about how to get into the Playboy, ESPN and Maxim parties,

there is one gridiron soiree foodies will not want to miss. Part of the

four-day Eats Beats & Cleats celebration on Lincoln Road is a culinary

demonstration and tasting with celebrity chef Todd English and hometown hottie

Ingrid Hoffman.

On Friday, February 5, from 4 to 6 p.m., English, who has an

eatery in Fort Lauderdale, will be preparing a super-sized crab paella for

football fans, while Hoffman's diverse delicacies will include bacon guacamole,

sliders, sweet potato fries and margarita popsicles. The sliders hail directly

from her Latin Burger gastro truck. A day-pass for the event is $85, or you can

purchase the four-day pass for $350 and have access to athletes, live music and

great food all weekend.

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