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The Most Popular 2018 Super Bowl Recipes in Every State

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Google has compiled a graphic (click above to enlarge) of the most uniquely-searched food terms by state leading up to this weekend’s Super Bowl game. And despite the Philadelphia Eagles scoring a berth, Philly cheesesteaks are not as common as you might expect, topping the list only in Ohio and Illinois (and, in perhaps an ominous sign for the New England Patriots, clam chowder ranks in just one state: Oregon). So what are the home states of Pennsylvania and Massachusetts serving at their parties? Chili and chili, which was also the top search in seven other states. Some of the more puzzling chart-toppers, at least to our eyes, were “dill pickles with beef dip” in Alaska (are they fried pickles?) and “green beans with beef broth” in Alabama…not to mention fried rice in California. Sure, it’s delicious but not what we usually think of as game-day fare. Got any insight into these dishes? Comment and let us know!

Looking for more Super Bowl 2018 party inspiration? Check out our recipe collection and menus for Eagles or Pats fans, or browse more statewide favorites below.

Maine, New Hampshire, Colorado

Chicken Wings


Chicken Tenders


French Onion Dip

New Mexico

Spinach Dip


Green Chicken Enchiladas



South Carolina

Crab Dip

West Virginia

Pork Carnitas Tacos





Washington, D.C.

Pizza Bites



Idaho, Nevada


North Dakota, South Dakota

Pizza/Marinara Sauce

Rhode Island

Baked Ziti


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