There can be no argument that New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady is one of the greatest to ever play the game, but he\u2019s also one of football\u2019s most polarizing figures. Lately, the future Hall of Famer has been making waves because of\u2026his diet? That\u2019s right, Brady attributes his longevity and success in part to what he eats, or rather what he doesn\u2019t eat.\r\nFeast on the Brady Buffet\r\nIf you want to find a unique way to root for the Patriots this Sunday as they battle the Philadelphia Eagles in Super Bowl LII (6:30 pm EST on NBC), consider a spread that lands on Brady\u2019s Most Valuable Ingredients list. The Boston Globe looked at the quarterback\u2019s \u201cnotoriously regimented and restricted diet\u201d as detailed in his book, The TB12 Method: How to Achieve a Lifetime of Sustained Peak Performance.\r\n\r\nOne of the items on Peak Performance list? Brussels sprouts. We\u2019ve got recipes to cook up these tiny cabbages three ways: shredded in a raw salad, spicy and saut\u00e9ed and roasted with sweet-and-sour flavors.\r\n\r\nSweet potatoes are also part of Brady\u2019s dietary playbook. And while he\u2019ll pass on the alcohol, we\u2019ve got suggestions on which wines work with sweet potatoes and which ones to avoid.\r\n\r\nSurprisingly, chips and guacamole\u2014certainly a more typical Super Bowl snack than Brussels sprouts or sweet potatoes\u2014are permitted. But what ingredients belong in guacamole? This can be a topic as polarizing as Brady himself. Play it safe with this classic recipe, or try this one with a California spin.\r\n\r\n\r\nIf Tom Brady Makes You Say UGG \r\nLoathe the Patriots, Bill Belichick, Gronk and all-things Brady? Indulge in all the foods he won\u2019t touch. Men\u2019s Fitness has the rundown on what you\u2019d have to give up to eat like Brady.\r\n\r\nSuper Bowl Sunday is a long day of snack and drink preparation. Unlike Brady, you\u2019re allowed to fill up on as much caffeine as you\u2019d like. Make sure you can last until overtime after a day of party prep with this morning coffee flight.\r\n\r\nBrady\u2019s also professes that he won\u2019t eat vegetables that don\u2019t have anti-inflammatory properties. He treats them like the Super Bowl dreams of the Jacksonville Jaguars: hapless and non-existent.\r\n\r\nIf you really want to stick it to the five-time Super Bowl champ, load up on peppers, mushrooms and eggplant. Try this curry-spiced ratatouille, as it sports two out of the three veggies that would make Brady blanche. To make it more appropriate for the big game, top it on grilled bread or put it on a pizza.\r\n\r\nWhile Brady would urge Belichick to throw the red challenge flag on a plate of mushrooms, you can explore what wines pair best with the foraged kind. Bonus: If you\u2019re not just anti-Brady, but a true Wentz-ylvanian, the article has tips from a Pennsylvania restaurant owner and sommelier. We\u2019ve even got a primer on Pennsylvania wine.\r\n\r\nFinally, Brady has suggested he\u2019d rather throw a pick-six than have dairy in his house. You, on the other hand, can mock both his diet and perfect bone structure with a perfectly assembled cheese board for your guests. We\u2019ve got details on platters for rookies, veterans and All-Pros.