Large gatherings may be off the table at this point in 2021, but this Sunday, people aren’t letting the pandemic get in the way of one beloved Super Bowl tradition: indulgence in delicious eats.
In advance of the big game between the Kansas City Chiefs and Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Google has revealed the most unique Super Bowl foods people searched for in each state and Washington, D.C. The data reflects Super Bowl and food-related queries that were highly searched in each state relative to the U.S. overall from Jan. 20 through Jan. 27.
While classics like buffalo chicken dip and seven-layer dip dominated in many states, there were some interesting outliers as well. It turns out people in Delaware are craving prawn toast, while Vermonters are into pork chow mein. In Washington, D.C., searches for “mochi” dominated.
The folks at Google also shared some other Big Game stats, like the fact that the phrases “buffalo wing,” “7 layer dip” and “potato skins” spike in search interest every Super Bowl. Trending searches for Super Bowl 2021 specifically include “free super bowl tickets for healthcare workers” and “kansas city cocktail.”
Check out the infographic and list below to see what search phrases are popular in your state and to get some recipe inspiration.