Super Bowl Food Face-Off

Put the football aside for one moment and decide – which team's hometown has the better food?

As if the big game wasn’t enough excitement, we’re placing the teams’ hometowns head-to-head in a culinary battle. Put the football aside for one moment and decide – who’s got the better food?

New York City

The home of the Giants (though they technically reside in New Jersey) is a melting pot of flavors and cultures.

Bagels

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Pizza

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Dim Sum

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Cheesecake

Healthy Eats Tip: We’ve got all kinds of tasty ways to lighten up this decadent dessert.

New England

Massachusetts, the homeland of the Patriots, also has some wicked good food to choose from.

New England Clam Chowder

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Lobster Rolls
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Baked Beans

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Boston Cream Pie

Healthy Eats Tip: Make cupcakes for instant portion control.

Tell Us: Which team's hometown gets your vote for best food?
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