If you’ve been following my blog, you know just how big of a football fan I am. Although my San Diego Chargers didn’t make it all they way through the playoffs this year, I’ll still be watching the Superbowl because it’s the final football game until the new season in August. My husband is big on preparing great food for any sporting event, so I’m glad to share with Any Second Now readers some awesome recipes for your Game Day get together through this fantastic graphic from Allrecipes.com, in partnership with Tabuleau Software. After you click on the picture above, it will take you to the graphic where you can use the circular icons to filter recipes by type, which will update the map to show you the top recipes for that type by state. If you would like to see all of the recipes available regardless of state, the list on the lower right hand side will also update by type as well.
I’m going to spend some time clicking through all of the great recipes in the graphic to help my hubby create our final menu to enjoy while we watch the Seattle Seahawks play the Denver Broncos. Cheers and enjoy “The Big Game” on Sunday!
Allrecipes.com, the world’s largest digital food site with more than 1 billion visits each year, partnered with Tableau Software to share a state-by-state look at America’s Super Bowl game day favorites, including chili, dips, drinks, sandwiches, snacks and wings. Using a massive amount of data from nearly 95 million visits, Tableau has created an interactive graphic that can be viewed here (or by clicking on the graphic above). Some interesting findings include:
– When it comes to snack recipes, we are a nation divided. Depending on where you are, Americans appear to have a strong preference for Little Smokies recipes, nachos or meatballs as their gameday snack of champions. Note that in both Washington and Colorado, the top snacks recipe is Mexican Potato Nachos. However, in New York/New Jersey, the top snacks recipes is The Best Meatballs.
– New York stands alone as the only state whose favorite chili recipe is turkey over beef.
– Two dip recipes stand out as head and shoulders above the rest – the recipe for Seven Layer Taco Dip dominates much of the Western part of the country (including California) and the Northeast and Southeastern states have a preference for Buffalo Chicken Dip.
– The one thing all Americans agree on is wings. The recipes for Baked Buffalo Wings is tops in all 50 states.
Row one: 1. Baked Buffalo Wings; 2. Buffalo Chicken Dip; 3. Mexican Potato Nachos
Row two: 4. Seven Layer Taco Dip; 5. Simple Turkey Chili; 6. Slow Cooker Chili II
Row three: 7. Slow Cooker Pulled Pork; 8. The Best Meatballs; 9. The Real Mojito
The picture above is of the Slow Cooker Pulled Pork my husband made last year, using the exact recipe from Allrecipes.com (we had the barbecue sauce on the side). SO. GOOD!
FTC Disclosure: This is a sponsored post.