Super Bowl: Recipes and Traditions
Since 1967, the Super Bowl has been the Big Kahuna of all American sports events. The final championship game of the American football season is a time of mega hype, mega commercials and mega eating. Super Bowl Sunday — in late January or early February — has fans all over the country cooking up enormous pots of chili, huge mounds of nachos, boatloads of chicken wings and monster bowls of chips, dips, spreads and salsas.
Beer is by far the favored beverage, but fruity wine coolers and cocktails are popular too.
Super Bowl Recipes
Try these recipes for the Super Bowl.
(Central American grilled steak)
(Italian traditional pizzas from Naples)
(American Southern barbecue pork sandwich)
(Middle Eastern chickpea and sesame dip)
(Mexican avocado sauce and condiment)
(Mexican melted cheese appetizer)
(American chicken wings in spicy sauce)
(American Tex-Mex spicy beef stew)
(American hot dog and cornbread on a stick)
(Canadian layered chocolate and custard bars)
(Mexican fresh tomato condiment)
(American pasta with cheese)
(American Midwestern hearty cheese soup)
(Swedish meatballs with cream sauce)
(American Southern spicy sauteed shrimp)
(American caramel-coated popcorn treat)
(American Southern-Soul slow-cooked pork ribs)
(American Creole bean and rice dish)