In honor of Super Bowl LIII, we're hosting our 12th annual Super Bowl Recipe Playoff!
As usual, 3 NFL players are competing in a game day cook-off on our show. This year, though, there's a sweet twist. Each of the players brought along a very special teammate: one of their kids!
Isaac Bruce, former wide receiver for the Los Angeles Rams, is joined by his daughter, Isabella. Ephraim Salaam, former offensive tackle for the Atlanta Falcons, is cooking with his son, Rasheed. And Nate Burleson, former wide receiver for the Detroit Lions, is teaming up with his daughter, Mia.
Isaac and Isabella served up their World Famous Grilled Cheese With Sweet Potato Fries, Ephraim and Rasheed cooked their Chicken And Waffle Sliders and Nate and Mia made their Frog Dogs, a twist on hot dogs, with garlic roasted potatoes and special fruit salad.
(They *all* sound like winners to us, to be honest, so we're glad we didn't have to judge this!)
Judging the competition was Chef Richard Blais, along with his daughters, Embry and Riley.
So, what was on the line? Besides major bragging rights, the winning team got to take home a Super Bowl Recipe Playoff ring — and it is some serious bling!
While it was a tough decision, Chef Blais and his kids ultimately had to choose just one winning pair.
Watch the video above to see who went home with the title (and the grand prize from our friends at Jostens!)