Holy Super Bowl! Someone in the football universe obviously takes his deli platter damn seriously, as evidenced by this snap, a dazzling stadium display of cold cuts, crudites, chips and cheese squares.
The origin of the platter, seemingly large enough to feed every tailgater in Indianapolis, is unknown, but whoever designed it didn't miss a tackle, erecting a jaw-dropping wall of triple-decker sandwiches, ham slabs and pepperoni coins surrounding seat sections stockpiled with pretzels, corn chips and miniature blocks of yellow and white cheese -- and a few garnishes thrown in for extra points.
The larger, full-frontal photo is on the following page, along with several more meat-cheese-and-chip stadiums.
Below are a few more visual examples we found online to keep your Super Bowl guests fat and happy. Have you made your own? Send us a photo. The meat continues on Page 2. The meat continues on Page 3.
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