So much happens online that unless you spend your whole day surfing the web, most of it falls through the cracks. That's especially true for Twitter, where you'd need to follow every athlete and stare at your feed constantly not to miss anything. That's where Social Media Menu comes in with all the best tweets that bridge food and sports. Think of this as one epic RT.

--7-time Pro Bowler Warren Sapp posts a picture of an epic meal.
@WarrenSapp: "Lunch was great!!"

--Patriots wide receiver Wes Welker might be taking his contract situation a little too hard if this tweet is true.
@WesWelker: "I am eating PBJ's and drinking wine at 10:30am. Where is my @Bonk_Breaker for this?!"

--Former defensive end Marcellus Wiley gives a foreign currency lesson via snacks.
@MarcellusWiley: "This is how much a Corona and Doritos cost outside the U.S."

--Giants rookie wide receiver Rueben Randle does some burger comparisons.
@RuebenRandle: "Cheeseburger Cheeseburger don't have nutn on Five Guys"

--John Daly watches his alma mater play in the College World Series.
@PGA_JohnDaly: "wifi tweeting w/a diet coke--celebrating by eating some chicken and have the Business Class callin the HOGS! this is hilarious! #WPS #CWS"

--Knicks point guard Jeremy Lin discusses who should pay for dinner.
@JLin7: "I picked him up but its an asian restaurant lol. Decisions... RT @Dlee042: At dinner in SF with @JLin7 ... Who should pay the bill?"

--Giants rookie wide receiver Rueben Randle posts some home cooking.
@RuebenRandle: "This what I been missing"

--Graeme McDowell shakes off falling short at the U.S. Open with some wine.
@Graeme_McDowell: "Spending the afternoon in Napa Valley hitting some vineyards. Just did @farnientewinery. What an amazing place. #tasting #dangerous #fb"

--Graeme McDowell makes our list again with his two cents about a burger rivalry.
@Graeme_McDowell: "Just settled the In and Out/Five Guys burger debate for my taste today. In and Out hands down winner for me. Quality cheeseburger. Thoughts?"

--Vikings punter Chris Kluwe gives a different kind of recipe.
@ChrisWarcraft: "Recipe for instant nap: Cold tub for 15 minutes, dinner of BBQ chicken baked beans and apple pie, then walk out into 90 degree heat. #yaaawn"

--Heat team chef Michael B. Jacobs tweets the pregame meal before their Game 4 win.
@MichaelBJacobs: "tonights pregame menu: Baked Chix Fingers, Garlic Thai Chili Shrimp, Sweet Pot Wedges, Bow-tie Pasta and Ron's Chicken Salad!"

--Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown gives some essential cooking knowledge.
@AntonioBrown84: "Water boils at #212 degrees anythings else is useless !"

Sorry for the late delivery for last week, but it just means you get seconds this week.

-- See a tweet that would make a great addition to the next Social Media Menu? Send it to Adam on Twitter @AdamKWatson.