Top 5 Super Bowl Foods

February 02, 2020

Top 5 Super Bowl Foods

In honor of the big game we wanted to share some of our favorite Super Bowl Foods.

#1: Chicken Wings
Wings can be baked, fried or grilled and slathered in buffalo or BBQ sauce. Any way you want it these bad boys are a super bowl staple and have been for years.

#2: Stacked Nachos
You can't go wrong with giant high pile of stacked nachos topped off with your favorites. We typically go with seasoned beef, onions, green chilis, lots of cheese and sour cream. In the words of Emeril "BAM"

#3: Hamburgers
Playing catch in the backyard while dad grills some serious burgers may be part of the American Dream. The 80/20 rule is a solid one to go buy, which means 80% lean to 20% fat. This ratio creates the perfect moist burger which goes perfect with some cheese, bacon and all your favorite toppings.

#4: Curly Fries
Yes, Curly! The HOOK 360° family votes that the curly fry is the best one. You get a mix of crunchy and soft as well as the curly fries hold onto sauce much better.

#5: Apple Pie
An American tradition like the Super Bowl needs the perfect dessert and you can't go wrong with traditional Apple Pie with some ice cream of course. 

Enjoy this wonderful Super Bowl Sunday and be sure to tag us @HOOK360 on all your game day pics for a chance to be shared. 

 






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