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Classic American recipes to try this weekend for the Super Bowl

Not so long ago, if you asked someone in the UK if they were watching the Super Bowl, you'd probably have been met with a pretty blank expression. But American football is quickly growing in popularity - and if you want to join in on the fun, cooking classic American comfort food is the ideal way. The average American supposedly eats a staggering 2,400 calories during the Super Bowl, according to the country's Calorie Control Council, with junk foods such as pizza and "chips and dip" (that's crisps to you and me) the most popular.
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