Its the Big Game the Super Bowl which means its time for you to up your game in terms of what you’re putting in your own super bowl. Because whether or not your team wins, whats important is that you’re well-fed and you have a variety of things to dip chips, pretzels, pita chips, and various other snack foods into.
Don’t worry. From spinach artichoke and supreme pizza dip to a few dessert options that may or may not include peanut butter and chocolate (spoiler: they do) we’ve got you covered. Score!
Its like spicy, mouth-hugging chili meets comforting, soul-melting cheese fondue.
The combination of onions, garlic and green chiles, and a little bit of beer reduced down to concentrate the flavor give the white beans an extra boost that creates a delicious contrast to the creamy cheese.
Strawberry cream cheese and marshmallow fluff creates the easiest dessert dip ever.
There are no losers here.
Every Single Super Bowl Ring Ever Handed Out
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Super Bowl I – Green Bay Packers
Whether you like football or not, you probably watch the Super Bowl at least to see the commercials or what train wreck will attempt to entertain the millions of people during the halftime show. If nothing else, the game is a good reason to consume large amounts of food and yell at the TV and consider it “festive” and not “another Sunday night.”
But after the touchdown dances are completed and the confetti is cleaned up, there’s that little matter of creating and distributing the championship rings. As you can see, they’re ridiculous and over the top and pretty much everything you would expect from a league that has a salary cap of around $140 million. But they’re also pretty cool to look at
Jan. 15, 1967 – Memorial Coliseum, Los Angeles, CA. Kansas City Chiefs – 10 Green Bay Packers – 35
Super Bowl II – Green Bay Packers
Jan. 14, 1968 – Orange Bowl, Miami, FL. Green Bay Packers – 33 Oakland Raiders – 14
Super Bowl III – New York Jets
Jan. 12, 1969 – Orange Bowl, Miami, FL. New York Jets – 16 Baltimore Colts – 7
Super Bowl IV – Kansas City Chiefs
Jan. 11, 1970 – Tulane Stadium, New Orleans, LA. Minnesota Vikings – 7 Kansas City Chiefs – 23