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The Super Bowl, as I’m sure you know by now, is the most watched televised event in the United States. People across the country will be flipping on their cable boxes and tuning in for some good ol’ American fun. Last year, 111 million people watched the New England Patriots take home the title.
It’s thrilling to consider, that many people partaking in the same activity at the same time. Over the course of a few hours, so many of us are united, bound by the television’s glow. For all this talk of collectivity, however, we are still a nation divided: I’m talking about Super Bowl foods. As people prepare for their Sunday night parties, Google has been amassing all the data from food-related searches and put together this list of the most popular Super Bowl snacks by state.
The spread is impressive. Chili comes in as the nation’s most popular recipe, topping the list in 10 states, while other recipes appear only once and feel particularly localized, like Arizona’s green chicken enchiladas or Rhode Island’s baked ziti. A few left me stumped. What, for example, are swaths of Kentuckians doing googling fondue recipes for Super Bowl Sunday? Don’t get me wrong, I love a good fondue, but it seems a bit involved. Regardless, here is the full list:
Alaska: Dill-pickle dip with dried beef
Arizona: Green chicken enchiladas
Arkansas: Five-bean chili
California: Fried rice
Colorado: Baked chicken wings
Connecticut: Buffalo-chicken dip
Delaware: Stuffed peppers
District of Columbia: Pizza bites
Georgia: Ham, bologna, and turkey subs
Illinois: Philly cheesesteaks
Louisiana: Pork tenderloin
Maine: Chicken wings
Mississippi: Green beans with beef broth
Montana: Bacon shrimp
Nebraska: Cream cheese–jalapeño hamburger
New Hampshire: Chicken wings
New Jersey: Buffalo-chicken dip
New Mexico: Ranch-spinach dip
New York: Chili
North Carolina: Jalapeño poppers
North Dakota: Pizza sauce
Ohio: Philly cheesesteaks
Oklahoma: French onion dip
Oregon: Clam chowder
Rhode Island: Baked ziti
South Carolina: Crab dip
South Dakota: Marinara sauce
Tennessee: Jalapeño poppers
Utah: Jalapeño poppers
Vermont: Chicken-breast tenders
Virginia: Buffalo-chicken dip
Washington: Jalapeño poppers
West Virginia: Pork carnitas tacos
Wyoming: Ground beef
Where does your home state land? Tell us if you agree with the top pick in the comments below.