Fans to Devour Best of America’s Foods

January 21, 2009

Foods Across America Delivers Culinary Commentary for the Big Game

CHICAGO, Jan. 21 /PRNewswire/ — Chips and dip from the pre-season snack game are history; it’s time for stepped up snacks for the big game. Foods Across America (FAA) www.foodsacrossamerica.com is offering an array of regional food specialties for the big day, including the ultimate tailgater’s dream, featuring fabulous fast food from three of the country’s favorite football cities.

Priced at ($124.95), the Famous Fast Food Bundle includes Vienna Beef Hot Dogs with the hard-to-find components to make authentic “Chicago Style” dogs; Philadelphia Cheesesteak with beef steak, Philly Cheese sauce and rolls; and iconic Anchor Bar Wings from Buffalo, NY.

Football and fast food loving fans can order renowned “city-specific” treats for their guests. The Philadelphia Cheesesteak Kit, ($74.95), includes mouthwatering cheese sauce, seasoned steak sliced paper thin and flaky Amoroso’s Italian rolls, while Angelina’s of Maryland offers Jumbo Lump Crab Cakes, ($99.95), from the Chesapeake Bay, featuring 1/2 pound crab cakes loaded with domestic blue crab.

Also available is the All-America Meal Bundle, featuring an appetizer, entree and dessert from some of our country’s finest regions. Included in the package are plump Anchor Bar Buffalo Chicken Wings, two half-slabs of Fiorella’s Jack Stack Barbecue Ribs and an Elegant Farmer Apple Pie, priced at ($99.95).

All food is shipped in temperature-controlled packaging and most items arrive two days after ordering. Fans can have the culinary commentary delivered in time for indoor tailgating on February 1 by ordering by January 29.

Foods Across America is dedicated to making America’s favorite regional brands easily available to everyone in unique gift combinations. For more information, or to order visit www.foodsacrossamerica.com or call 1-800-621-4224. Additionally, view the YouTube video at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G44L8vK9H8c for a first hand look at the story behind Foods Across America.

SOURCE Foods Across America

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