The Super Bowl Snack Map Stinks

The uniquely researched Super Bowl meat by commonwealth have been identified through the use of Google Trends, slammed on a planned, and disseminated to the unwashed mints. Here’s what it looks like. You’ve likely ensure it on your feed over the past few dates, paused to find your territory, then wondered what in the name of lily-white chicken chili is going on over in State X, Y, or Z.

Here Are the Most Popular Super Bowl Snacks in Every State, According to Google — Food News https :// t.co/ UT6pTx5jDB pic.twitter.com /8 syI6 3qGld

— The Kitchn (@ thekitchn) January 30, 2019

Because reading is 1) a lost art and 2) no one cares enough to look at a fiction in its first year 2019, the planned is being billed as the” most well known Super Bowl snacks” in a returned nation. Even the national media has fallen victim to this characterization.

If it is explained, it’s penetrating into the copy. And, I, for one, have totally had it with this graphic. Get it out of my face. Make it away because it stinks.

Let’s just imagine, for a second, the logical hurry necessary to accept that the “most popular” Super Bowl palatable in Mississippi is granola barrooms. Or that North Carolina is so neck-deep in Cobb Salad for the big game everyone wakes up with a blue-blooded cheese hangover. Or Montanians are waiting on the edge of their accommodate for that consecrated Super Bowl habit: lentil soup.

This is infuriating, like so many of these made-for-going-viral U.S. delineates. Like a certification to young Bobby Fisher, they intend nothing. They exist only to be shared on social media as a means to look down at the strange pieces other governments’ tenants reportedly love.

Look at New York, for example. Home of Buffalo and the buffalo wing. Perhaps you’ve heard of it as a Super Bowl snack. This map has spinach dip. A yummy part to be sure but surely not the phone card of football soirees from Syracuse to Westchester.

I personally know dozens of people in Massachusetts who would adjust you up for introducing gluten-free pretzels to a Patriots watch party. “Thats just not” the snack of a dynastic, blue-collar crew and fanbase. Tom Brady’s eating attires have not percolated the local culture to such an extreme.

Pea and peppercorn mash? Surely this delicious. But if that’s what’s being served in New Mexico instead of actual gathering meat, we all have a big problems on our hands.

Cancel this planned. Eat something savory during the course of its Super Bowl. Rest easy knowing most ordinary parties aren’t munching what this delineate would have you believe their eating. Never think of it again.

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