As Super Bowl LV begins on Sunday with the Kansas City Chiefs taking on against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, football fans throughout the nation are preparing their preferred foods.
The information visualization team at Google Trends created a map of the most Googled video game day foods in all 50 states. They found that 7 layer dip, buffalo and chili chicken dip were the leading browsed Super Bowl foods throughout the United States.
Heres the full list of the distinctively searched foods for the big video game from each state.
Alabama – Tri-tipAlaska – Beef stewArizona – 7 layer dipArkansas – Wagyu beefCalifornia – Cheeseburger slidersColorado – ChiliConnecticut – Buffalo chicken dipDelaware – Prawn toastFlorida – Chicken wingsGeorgia – Korean bbqHawaii – Hawaiian barbeque chickenIdaho – Birria tacosIllinois – IllinoisIndiana – CharcuterieIowa – Crab Rangoon dipKansas – Buffalo chicken dipKentucky – JambalayaLouisiana – 7 layer dipMaine – NachosMaryland – Deep-fried wingettesMassachusetts – ChiliMichigan – Chicken wingsMinnesota – Chex MixMississippi – Birria tacosMissouri – Buffalo chicken dipMontana – Keto egg bitesNebraska – LabnehNevada – Birria tacosNew Hampshire – LasagnaNew Jersey – Buffalo chicken dipNew Mexico – New MexicoNew York – Buffalo chicken dipNorth Carolina – Pigs in a blanketNorth Dakota – Stuffed pepperOhio – Cheese ballOklahoma – Charcuterie boardOregon – Pasta fagioliPennsylvania – Cuban sandwichRhode Island – Short ribsSouth Carolina – MeatballSouth Dakota – White quesoTennessee – ChiliTexas – Chocolate chip cookiesUtah – 7 layer dipVermont – Pork chow meinVirginia – Charcuterie boardWashington – 7 layer dipWashington D.C. – MochiWest Virginia – Grilled cheeseWisconsin – Buffalo chicken dipWyoming – Chia seed coconut milk dessert
[Find Out More Super Bowl search patterns at Google Trends]

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