Super Bowl Sunday has arrived, which means it’s time for football, commercials and delicious recipes. If you haven’t made your final run to the grocery store, then what the heck are you reading this for? You better make it quick.
There are many traditional foods served during the Super Bowl such as a variety of dips, pizza, wings, nachos, chili, you name it.
Most popular Super Bowl recipes in every state (per @GoogleTrends) #SuperBowlLIV #SuperBowl #NFL pic.twitter.com/Eoy1yx7JrN— #TodayInSports (@TodayInSports3) January 29, 2020
Apparently chili recipes are a big hit for midwest parties, but I tend to call B.S. on some of these polls. If chicken tenders are the most popular recipe for Super Bowl Sunday in Vermont, then we might need to consider reshaping the contiguous U.S.
Today’s Question of the Day is:
What’s your favorite Super Bowl Sunday meal?
My answer: I’ve got to admit that I’ve been to some pretty tame Super Bowl parties. For most of my life, I’d go to my Aunt’s house to watch the game and what I remember the most are submarine sandwiches and seven-layer dip. Nothing too exciting, but the dips are what really sell the party for me.
Top popular Super Bowl dips ranked:
1. Buffalo chicken
3. Spinach artichoke
These are facts. Argue with your cat.
As far as big meals go, I don’t have much of a preference. Order pizza, wings, or make your own special recipe. I’m game for it all.
Let us know in the comments what you plan on making/eating during the Super Bowl.