Fuel Up to Play 60 brings you Beyond PB&J: Cooking With Kids- a cookbook to help turn you from a rookie into a pro by bringing you to the top of your game in the kitchen!
Each week we're giving you some cool facts about the city of the Patriots opponent. Here are a few to get your brain cranking:
- Chicago is responsible for about one-third of the country's candy and has affectionately been called "The Candy Capital of America."
- The National Mustard Museum is located near Green Bay in Middleton, Wisconsin. It's home to the world's largest collection of mustards, housing an assortment of over 5,000 jars, bottles, and tubes.
- Niagara Falls are 17 miles northwest of Buffalo. 3,160 tons of water flows over the falls every second.
- Miami is the only major U.S. city founded by a woman. Julia Tuttle, a wealthy citrus grower, was the original owner of the land on which Miami was built.
Team of the Week
Want to see your school on TV? Want to see your favorite high school team get some love from your favorite football team?
Send in your 200 word nominations for any greater Boston/Foxborough high school team (NOT JUST FOOTBALL!), and we may make your school our Totally Patriots Team of the Week!
2011 Totally Patriots Teams of the Week:
Week 1 - Boston College High School Football
Week 2 - Hopkinton High School Girls Volleyball
Week 3 - Randolph Varsity Boys Soccer
Week 4 - Braintree High School Football
Week 5 - Lincoln-Sudbury Field Hockey
Week 6 - Pembroke Boys Golf
Week 7 - Bridgewater-Raynum Football
Week 8 - Trinity High School Football
Week 9 - Sharon High School Football
Week 10 - Bourne High School Football
Week 11 - Stoughton High School Football
Week 12 - East Bridgewater HS Football
Week 13 - Milis-Hopedale High School Football
Week 14 - The MIAA HS Super Bowl Champs!
Week 15 - Taunton Girls Basketball
Week 16 - Newton North Basketball