In the end, there was no contest. Guacamole took an early 60-ish to 30-ish percent lead over Salsa and held onto it throughout the polling, with a final vote of 62 percent to 38 percent. THE MIGHTY AVOCADO REIGNS SUPREME! GUAC IS GOING TO DISNEY WORLD!
Holy chip-'n'-dip, Batman! What a contest this has been! Guacamole toppled the noble Queso! Classic Salsa slayed the mighty Buffalo Chicken Dip! (We blame the person who posted a recipe for it that called for canned chicken. Canned chicken, you guys.)
We are shocked–SHOCKED!—that #1 seeded Onion Dip went down with the barest of fights, having been roundly trounced by Queso, which took a whopping 65 percent of votes. We also bid a wistful adieu to Spinach & Artichoke Dip and Pico de Gallo.
Onion Dip versus Queso! Guacamole versus Spinach & Artichoke! Classic Salsa versus Pico de Gallo! Buffalo Chicken Dip versus the goddamn 7-Layer Taco Dip you jerks voted in over Crab Dip, despite that being a dumb thing to do! The quarterfinals are here, and you must vote in them.
We knew a debate on the subject of dip would prove to be a contentious one. And boy howdy, was it ever! Within an hour of posting, a vicious Guac v. Baba battle had broken out, virtual friendships were torn asunder, and colleagues were accusing one another of Un-American Activities. (Maybe it's a good thing Pete…
The Super Bowl is about three things, in no particular order because that's not the riot we're here to start today: 1. The Football 2. The Commercials 3. The Food. Maybe The Halftime Show too, but that mostly depends on whether or not we get to see some nipple action.