The Most Popular Super Bowl Recipes in Every State, According to Google
The Super Bowl is coming, and while Super Bowl Sunday might not technically be a holiday, Super Bowl parties rival Thanksgiving when it comes to preparing to have a whole lot of people in your house eating food. This Sunday, the Philadelphia Eagles will face off against the New England Patriots, and people all across the U.S. will be gathering to watch the game and eat huge amounts of food.
What food you will eat during the Super Bowl depends a lot on where you live, and this year Google released its most uniquely searched Super Bowl recipes in all 50 states.
To compile this list, Google gathered all the Super Bowl recipes being searched in the past week, then found the most over-represented search item in each state, compared with the U.S. as a whole.
There are a lot of surprises on this list. Illinois is looking for Philly cheesesteaks, not Italian beef or sausage? But while Illinois and Ohio are making Philly cheesesteaks, Pennsylvania is making chili.
Chili is by far the most popular item on this list. It’s the most-searched recipe in 10 states, including Arkansas, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, New York, Pennsylvania, Texas, and Wisconsin.
Meanwhile, Alaska is making dip out of pickles, dill, and dried beef.
Here are the most popular Super Bowl recipes in all 50 states, according to Google.
Alaska: Dill pickle dip with dried beef
Arizona: Green chicken enchilada
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 turkey sub
Illinois: Philly cheesesteak
Louisiana: Pork tenderloin
Maine: Chicken wing
Mississippi: Green beans with beef broth
Montana: Bacon shrimp
Nebraska: Cream cheese jalapeño hamburger
New Hampshire: Chicken wing
New Jersey: Buffalo chicken dip
New Mexico: Ranch spinach dip
New York: Chili
North Carolina: Jalapeño poppers
North Dakota: Pizza sauce
Ohio: Philly cheesesteak
Oklahoma: French onion cream 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 tender
Virginia: Buffalo chicken dip
Washington: Jalapeño popper
West Virginia: Pork carnitas tacos
Wyoming: Ground beef
What are you making for the Super Bowl?