The big game Sunday in Amidon was more than on the two televisions showing off the battle between the Kansas City Chiefs and the San Francisco 49ers.
It was also home to a wild game feast – a competition and challenge for who could cook up the best wild game dish.
The game within the game at Mo’s Bunker Bar brought in more than a dozen people – which is a large crowd for a town of less than 20 people.
Starting as a pre-game exercise in the afternoon people brought dishes like venison stir-fry, Antelope stroganoff, venison sausage with sauerkraut, deer sausage with barbecue sauce and venison summer sausage with cheese, according to owner Anna Allard.
“We’ve had pot lucks. We have had game feeds. But we have never had them on the same day as the Super Bowl,” she said as the second half was getting ready to start and all the people had just finished watching the halftime show with Jennifer Lopez and Shakira.
One of the most popular dishes was a jalapeno popper wrapped in wild boar bacon and filled with cream cheese, she added.