The Super Bowl is nearly upon us, kicking off February 12 with the Chiefs versus the Eagles.
Regardless of what happens during the game—or if you care more about the commercials than what transpires on the field—one thing is certain: you're going to need something to eat.
Ideally many somethings.
So to ensure your armchair domination continues this year, we've rounded up some of the best foods around the country that you can get delivered straight to your house in time for the game.
The crowd will go wild, "MVP" chants will ensue, and you will nod politely while adding a few more wings to your plate.
Even if you're not cheering for the Eagles, you can still celebrate the cheesesteak. Especially if you acquire a four-pack of everything required (bread, meat, cheese whiz) to make Pat's Original Philly Cheesesteaks at home.
And whether or not you're a Chiefs fan, you might as well take this opportunity to load up on Kansas City barbecue. Like this sampler platter of ribs, brisket and burnt ends from iconic Joe's Kansas City BBQ.
First up: chicken. Nashville hot chicken from Big Shake's, to be exact. It's spiced to your preference and includes all the mac and cheese, white beans and corn bread you want to accompany such things.
Fortify yourself and your guests with this snack board from Callie’s Hot Little Biscuit. It's stocked with six buttermilk biscuits, six cheddar biscuits, cheese crisps, pimento cheese, raspberry pepper preserves and candied pecans.
Duff's served its first chicken wings in Amherst, New York, (just outside of Buffalo) in 1969, and they've been going strong ever since. So, when it's wings you want, you could do a lot worse than a tray of 50 or 100 Duff's chicken wings available in five different sauces.
Liquor-infused meat sounds like the combined-vices situation one tends to covet on this particular Sunday. You can partake via Booze Dogs. The operation makes bratwursts and burgers marinated in bourbon, rum and gin and will ship them to your house packed in dry ice. The best part: You can eat a couple brats and still operate heavy machinery.
If ever you were going to eat something called "Trash Can Nachos," it would be the Super Bowl. This towering stack of snacks comes from Guy Fieri (obviously) and features smoked brisket, cheese, BBQ sauce, black beans, pico de gallo, jalapeños, sour cream, cilantro and pickled red onions. Pro tip: add the Margarita kit for an extra $20.
If you can't get to Brooklyn for Roberta's Pizza, just keep doing what you're doing and let it come to you. A six-pack of the restaurant's famous wood-fired Margherita pizza is the best kind of mail.
Two-handed burgers will never go out of style, particularly when your eyes are glued to the screen. Try these Pat LaFrieda Gold Label burgers created specifically for home use. They features patties made from a blend of American Black Angus short rib, flat iron and dry-aged rib steak.