For Super Bowl XLVI: Baker & Taylor Publishing Group’s Books Offer Party Ideas, Stories and Beautiful Imagery for Football Fans

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From Recipes to Football Stats, Baker and Taylor Publishing Group’s books Are Must Haves For Super Bowl 2012.

The NFL's Top 100

The average football fan will consume about 3,000 calories on Super Bowl Sunday.

While we are still not sure which teams will be playing in the big game, we all know that Super Bowl XLVI will be THE Football Party of the Year. To help plan the ultimate Super Bowl party, Baker and Taylor Publishing Group offers different titles that offer interesting sports facts and pictures, delicious party recipes, and images of Indianapolis past and present.

Below, please find a recipe from 101 Dishes to Eat Before You Die(t), facts and trivia from Uncle John’s Bathroom Reader Sports Spectacular, images of the host city from Indianapolis Then and Now, and a MUST HAVE for all football fans, The NFL’s Top 100.

Indianapolis Then and Now by Nelson Price
(Thunder Bay Press ISBN 1-59223-208-6)

While revelers will have a blast partying in the Super Bowl Village on the promenade between Conseco Field House and the Convention Center, take a look at what the area looked like just 92 years ago in Nelson Prices’ Indianapolis Then and Now. Once the location of a freight house for the Pennsylvania Railroad, this is now one of the cities most popular tourist destinations.

From images of the Soldier and Sailor’s Monument to City Market, Indianapolis Then and Now provides amazing photographic imagery of how much the city has changed through the years.

Uncle John’s Bathroom Reader Sports Spectacular
(Portable Press ISBN: 978-1-60710-034-8)

After Thanksgiving, Super Bowl Sunday is the second largest day for eating in the USA. Spending approximately $50 million dollars on snacks for the big game, the average fan will consume about 3,000 calories on this Sunday in February. Speaking of snacks, do you know who invented Nacho’s? Or how Howard Cosell made the snack famous during a broadcast of Monday Night Football?

With hundreds of amazing facts, antidotes, and funny stories, Uncle John’s Bathroom Reader Sports Spectacular is a great resource for any sports fan.

101 Dishes to Eat Before You Die(t) by Annaka Manning
(Thunder Bay Press ISBN: 978-1-60710-215-1)

From old favorites like sausage rolls (page 66) to hearty main dishes like Chile Con Carne (107), 101 Dishes to Eat Before You Die(t) serves up some delicious recipes for game day. Be the host(ess) with the most(ess) as you serve up Anneka Manning’s amazing Buffalo Chicken Wings to your guests.

The NFL’s Top 100 by James Buckley Jr.
(Thunder Bay Press ISBN: 978-1-60710-303-5)

For the first time, NFL Network rankings of the league’s top 100 players of all time is in print in the new book, The NFL’s Top 100. This book, based on the network’s show, counts down the 100 greatest players in NFL history, as determined by a blue-ribbon panel of football experts, including former players, historians, scouts, team executives, and writers. Written by James Buckley Jr., and with a foreword by Boomer Esiason, the book is full of beautiful photographs and intriguing stories about players from the past and the present day.

About Baker & Taylor Publishing Group
Baker & Taylor Inc. ( is a global information and entertainment services company that offers print and digital books and entertainment products along with value-added services to libraries, educational institutions and retailers. Based in
Charlotte, N.C., the company has been in existence for more than 180 years, developing long-term relationships with major suppliers, including book publishers, movie studios and music labels. Baker & Taylor maintains one of the largest combined in-stock book, video and music inventories in the United States, and services the broadest customer base in the industry. Baker & Taylor is majority owned by Castle Harlan Partners IV, L.P., an institutional private equity fund managed by Castle Harlan Inc., a leading private equity investment firm.


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