Super Bowl Sunday is a food-filled annual fete that unites millions over a love of all things cheesy, carb-y and saucy.
Of course, there are NFL fans who will be screaming at the television after every touchdown, sack, and blown pass-interference call. Then there are the degenerates who bet on the coin toss, color of the Gatorade and the length of the national anthem. There are those who eagerly anticipate some of the best commercials and halftime performances by Jennifer Lopez and Shakira. And finally, there are the people who just like staring at modern-day Greek god Jimmy Garoppolo’s flawless jawline.
The average NFL game lasts over three hours, but expect to surrender your entire afternoon and evening when you toss in the Puppy Bowl, the pregame festivities, extended commercial breaks and flashy halftime show. According to the USDA, Super Bowl Sunday ranks second to Thanksgiving as America’s biggest day of food consumption, so no matter why you’ve gathered, you’re going to need to eat something.
The good news? All food pairs well with beer and spiked seltzers. The bad news is that not all Super Bowl party food is equal. Just like the players on the field, there are your studs and duds.
Here, The Post offers a definitive power ranking of Super Bowl party food.
Source: Thanks https://nypost.com/2020/02/01/ranking-the-best-super-bowl-food-for-your-2020-party/