In honor of the big game, Google created several maps that show what the most-popular Super Bowl foods are in every state across the country.
No Super Bowl spread is complete without a dip, and according to Google, the most searched type of dip is buffalo-based. Across the Northeast, in states like Pennsylvania and New Jersey, buffalo chicken dip reigns supreme.
Spinach dip, fruit dip, and queso dip also popped up quite frequently on Google's map, but some states kept things closer to their local cuisine. Maryland and Virginia's most searched dip was crab dip, and Alaska's was smoked salmon dip. Hawaii's is a dip that features the processed seafood product kamaboko.
Another immensely popular game day snack across the board is chicken wings. When it comes to the most searched chicken wing styles, the Southeast is on fire. Hot wings were the most searched flavor in Georgia, Alabama, South Carolina, Tennessee, Louisiana, and several other states.
Some states are opting to keep things light this Super Bowl. Cauliflower wings were the most searched wing style in Montana and Colorado, and baked wings were the most popular style in Wisconsin, Illinois, Oregon, and Delaware.
If wings and dip aren't quite your thing, Google Trends did also release a list of the most-searched Super Bowl recipes. Those recipes are:
Shrimp scampi recipe
Sloppy joe recipe
Pizza dough recipe
Alfredo sauce recipe
And since you'll need something to wash all those snacks down, the most-searched Super Bowl drinks, according to Google Trends, are:
Shirley Temple drink
Sex on the beach drink
Roy Rogers drink
John Daly drink
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