The HarBowl. Kaepernicking. Ray Lewis' squirrel dance. Even if those words mean nothing to you, you're more than likely still planning to attend some type of Super Bowl party this upcoming Sunday.
Super Bowl Sunday is one of the most watched televised programs in the United States. No matter the level of interest in the actual game, it's one of the rare times a program brings people together of all backgrounds and interests.
This is probably why the Super Bowl is the second-largest food consumption holiday of the year, according to the USDA. This means Super Bowl Sunday is behind Thanksgiving, but ahead of Christmas when it comes to people chowing down. That also can result in quite a bit of waste.