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The best Super Bowl food: Game day menu and recipes

The best Super Bowl food
A man holds a serving of chicken wings and a pulled pork sandwich in this file photo. Gloria Nieto/The Globe and Mail

Beer? Check.

Nachos? Check.

Various combinations of meat and cheese? We’ve got you covered.

Here’s everything you need for the perfect Super Bowl menu.

Buffalo chicken nachos recipe

This Super Bowl recipe is a mega mashup that draws on two classic party foods – Buffalo chicken wings and nachos.

This Jan. 6, 2014 photo shows buffalo chicken nachos in Concord, N.H.
This Jan. 6, 2014 photo shows buffalo chicken nachos in Concord, N.H. AP Photo/Matthew Mead

7-layer potato skins recipe

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Everybody seems enraptured by seven-layer dip. But it’s been done. So for this year’s Super Bowl party, why not freshen it up a bit?

A fresh take on the traditional seven-layer dip
This Jan. 6, 2014 photo shows seven layer potato skins in Concord, N.H. Everybody seems enraptured by seven-layer dip. So for this year’s Super Bowl party, why not freshen it up a bit? Take the same concept of shoveling piles of delicious toppings into your mouth, but instead of chips use a slab of roasted potato. AP Photo/Matthew Mead

Spicy sausage meatballs recipe

A top pick for great Super Bowl party food – a trashy, delicious little recipe for sausage meatballs.

For Super Bowl party a seriously intense meatball
This Jan. 6, 2014 photo shows spicy sausage meatballs in Concord, N.H. AP Photo/Matthew Mead

Chili cornbread pie

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Most classic Super Bowl party grub generally can be classified one of two ways – spicy Tex-Mex or basic comfort. This one does both.

Super Bowl food | Chili Cornbread Pie
This Jan. 6, 2014 photo shows chili cornbread pie in Concord, N.H. AP Photo/Matthew Mead

Craft beer playbook: Your guide to hometown Super Bowl brews 

The Super Bowl is all about the spectacle. So you have no excuse for drinking some watered down, mass market beer this year.

Craft breweries often look to pubs instead of government retailers. to get their beer to consumers.
A beer flight is pictured in a bar in Hamilton, NY, Tuesday September 10, 2013. THE CANADIAN PRESS IMAGES/Francis Vachon

Looking for a fast, easy and delicious queso dip recipe? Tony Glitz, executive chef at Toronto’s Real Sports Bar and Grill, shares his recipe on Global News’ The Morning Show. Watch the video below:

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Still hungry? Try these recipes: