Super Bowl 2011: Pittsburgh Steelers (Food) vs. Green Bay Packers (Food)

No great Super Bowl party is complete without guacamole, Buffalo wings, nachos, onion dip and spinach-artichoke dip, but in addition to the classics, die-hard fans will want the authentic foods representing their favorite team. Sure, football is a game of skill, but imagine for a moment if the champion were decided based on the merits of menu, alone?

Which team would win? Let the dishes decide:
Green Bay Grub
vs.
Pittsburgh Plates
Which team's menu are you betting on?

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