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By Kate Krader
In years past, the Super Bowl has ranked as the second-biggest food day of the year in the U.S., right behind Thanksgiving, when fans might consume up to 3,000 calories during the three-hour football game.
The biggest game day food? Unquestionably chicken wings. Fans ate an estimated 1.4 billion wings for Super Bowl LIV. This year, that number is expected to increase by 2% even without the big parties that have been a hallmark of the event. Simultaneously, the price of wings has surged 20% this year in anticipation of Super Bowl LV.
High wing prices aren’t the only reason it’s worth adopting a new dish to anchor Super Bowl menus. For a year in which everything is different, Jason Wang, founder of New York’s beloved noodle chain Xi’an Famous Foods, offers up red-glazed ribs, coated with a sweet, sticky and spicy sauce.
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