Monday, February 4, 2013
Vote on some of the most popular commercials during Super Bowl 47.
One of the most anticipated aspects of the Super Bowl each year are its commercials. 2013 is no different with popular brand names like Dodge, Budweiser, Taco Bell and many more pulling out all the creative stops to make their ads pop. Advertisers paid an average of $3.8 million for each 30 seconds of air time, according to USA Today. You can re-watch some of the most popular commercials at the right. Readers posted on Novi Patch's Facebook page that they liked Budweiser's baby Clydesdale commercial best, and many people commented on Northville Patch's Facebook page saying that they enjoyed the Dodge Ram commercial about farmers. What was your favorite commercial? Vote in our poll and tell us why in the comments below.
Sunday, February 3, 2013
The Baltimore Ravens face off against the San Francisco 49ers on Sunday, Feb. 3.
This Sunday, the Baltimore Ravens will take on the San Francisco 49ers for Super Bowl XLVII in New Orleans. But chances are, you won't be taking a trip down south to see the game in person. So go with the next best thing: Watching it on big-screen TVs with good food and good company in Novi or Northville. Here's a look at some great local options for places to catch the Super Bowl this Sunday: Where will you be watching the Super Bowl this weekend?
Leave a comment below to let us know if you think the Ravens or 49ers will win the big game (and if you like or dislike former Michigan quarterback Jim Harbaugh).
Are you—like millions of other people—ready for some football? More importantly, who do you think will win, the San Francisco 49ers or the Baltimore Ravens? The NFL will hold Super Bowl XLVII on Sunday, and, though the Lions won’t be playing in it (as always), there are reasons for Michiganders to tune in to the big game. Michigan residents should love 49ers coach Jim Harbaugh, who starred at quarterback for the Michigan Wolverines in the mid-1980s. (Unless, of course, you root against Jim because you are a Michigan State Spartans fan. Or if you are a U-M fan who remembers when Harbaugh took a shot at the school’s academic standards. Or if you are Lions fan who remembers Harbaugh’s infamous handshake with Lions coach Jim Schwartz.) So, are…
Getting ready for the big game? Here are some recipes that are perfect for your football gathering.
On Sunday millions will tune in to watch one of the biggest sporting events of the year: the Super Bowl. Don't let your party guests starve, check out these easy to make Super Bowl recipes. This recipe is inspired by White Lake-Highland Patch Readers Paulette Gollan and Dan Houston. Gollan said, "I use a mini muffin pan, wonton wrappers, seasoned ground beef, shredded cheese and green onions. Bake for 10 minutes. YUM!" Top them off with some Global Warming Salsa, a local White Lake product, and Houston said you have yourself the perfect snack. I didn't have wonton wrappers or a mini muffin pan on hand, so I tweaked Gollan's recipe a bit and used some tortillas instead. I also used light or fat free ingredients to make these mini tacos a …
Saturday, February 4, 2012
With the Super Bowl almost here, Del's topped the Food Fight poll as the best place for gametime grub in Wayne County.
Patch users say Del’s Pizzeria and Restaurant is the best place for gametime grub in Wayne County. Del’s Pizzeria and Restaurant, which is located at 2833 W Jefferson Ave. in Trenton, received 50 percent of the vote to win the Food Fight poll. Buffalo Wild Wings, which has locations in Dearborn and Canton, finished second with 29 percent of the vote. Jet’s Pizza was third at 19 percent. Voting took place from Wednesday morning until Friday at 5 p.m. Congratulations, Del’s Pizzeria and Restaurant, and thanks to all who participated in the Food Fight by voting in the poll and leaving comments on the site. We look forward to hearing from you again in the next edition of Food Fight. Have you eaten at Del’s Pizzeria and Restaurant? Let us know …
Monday, January 30, 2012
Leave a comment letting us know where you go to get food for the big game.
With Super Bowl week here, this week’s edition of the Food Fight asks two questions. First, are you ready for some football? And, more importantly, where is the best place to get gametime grub in Wayne County? We know that what happens on the field on Sunday is most important, but we also know that having the right food for the big game also matters. Do you prefer to get wings and nachos and watch the game from your favorite sports bar? Do you order pizza for takeout from your favorite restaurant? Or do you head to your local grocery store for deli meats to build the perfect submarine sandwich? That’s what we would like to know in the Food Fight, where we ask you for your opinion on the best places around the area. You can let us know by …