5 tailgating foods you'll wish were at your Super Bowl party
Looking to add some regional flavor to your party menu for the big game? Try taking inspiration from these football favorites:
Buffalo wings (Buffalo)
When the owner of Anchor Bar in Buffalo covered some deep-fried wings in Frank's RedHot hot sauce and butter way back in the 1960s, she started a revolution.
There's only one city that pulls off serving its chili over spaghetti. Try the five-way.
Crab cakes (Baltimore)
Take a stroll around M&T Bank Stadium on game day and you'll spot a wide variety of dishes featuring locally sourced crab - none more popular than crab cakes.
Deep-dish pizza (Chicago)
Traveling pizza ovens are becoming a common sight around NFL stadiums on game day. No city builds their pies as uniquely as the folks in Chicago.
Bratwurst (Green Bay)
A record-setting 120-yard brat was prepared outside Lambeau Field prior to a game in 2015 - that's the length of a standard football field. Wisconsinites love their brats.