Mouthing Off

By the Editors of Food & Wine Magazine

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Make This Now

From nacho-inspired pizza to smoky three-bean chili, here are nine delicious recipes for a healthy Super Bowl Sunday.

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Super Bowl Guide

Don’t just cheer for the Patriots this Sunday—cook for them. Here, seven incredible New England recipes that will make your Super Bowl party wicked awesome.

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Super Bowl Guide

Rooting for the Seahawks? Make your whole Super Bowl party Seattle-centric with these delicious recipes.

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Make This Now

Here, eight ways to eat more bacon this Sunday.

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Make This Now

Here are six incredible gumbos to make—all perfect for Super Bowl Sunday.

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Ultimate Super Bowl Guide

Throwing a massive Super Bowl party? Save on time and impress your guests with these 7 great cocktails and punches.

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Pickle This

Pickled eggs have a bad reputation as dodgy-looking dive bar fare that have been floating in a jar of cloudy brine for who knows how long. But when done right and not left to soak and float for eons, they can make for an irresistible snack.

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© Hector Sanchez

© Hector Sanchez

My secret theory about why chicken wings and football go so well together can be demonstrated by a very simple experiment. First, go to the store and buy a chicken. Next, remove its wings. Next, truss its little feet together. Now paint it brown. What does it look like? Exactly: a football. Chickens are footballs, except for the wings. And that’s why when we watch football, we eat chicken wings. 5 perfect beer and wings pairings. »

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