Skip to content


Americans like their pots and pans on Thanksgiving.

Stew was one of the most searched terms on Google last month, according to search data collected by Google Trends.

While many people can’t wait to see casseroles on their Thanksgiving tables alongside this prized turkey, it turns out that there isn’t just one casserole that dominates searches online. From potato casseroles to hearty greens, corn, and stuffing – Americans are looking for a variety of casserole recipes.

BEST SQUASH CASSEROLE FOR THANKSGIVING: TRY THE RECIPE

Of course, these pan-oriented search queries vary from person to person, but Google Trends researchers were able to identify “uniquely searched” pans state by state.

“We define unique search as a term that is overrepresented in a region relative to the country,” a Google Trends spokesperson told Fox News. “For example, if the avocados were searched only in California, that means California searched [for] more than the United States as a whole. “

HOW TO SAVE MONEY ON THANKSGIVING DINNER

Southeastern Americans seem to love their Thanksgiving casseroles with squash while the Midwest and Northeast seem to be divided over broccoli, corn, and potatoes. The south-central and western regions of the United States seem to have a penchant for casseroles of green beans and broccoli.

America has different preferences for Thanksgiving casseroles, research data from Google Trends reveals. Is your favorite on the list?
(Google Trends)

Want to know if your favorite casserole is on the list? Here are the casserole terms Americans entered into Google search engines from November 11 to 16 – a full week before the Thanksgiving festivities start.

STOVE GREEN BEANS CASSEROLE FOR THANKSGIVING: TRY THE RECIPE

U.S. states that favor casseroles of potatoes

Alaska: Mashed Potato Cream Cheese

Arizona: Cheese potato

Arkansas: Yam

Delaware: Yam

Indiana: hash browns

Minnesota: Yam

Mississippi: hash browns

North Dakota: Canned sweet potato

Rhode Island: Yam

Vermont: Yam

Wisconsin: hash browns with cheese

DOES THANKSGIVING TURKEY REALLY MAKE YOU SLEEP?

US states that favor green casseroles

Alabama: Broccoli

Colorado: Gluten-free green beans

Hawaii: Green bean

Idaho: Green bean

Kentucky: Broccoli

Massachusetts: Broccoli

Nevada: Loaded green beans

New Jersey: Broccoli

New Mexico: Broccoli cheese

New York: Broccoli

Oklahoma: Broccoli rice

Oregon: Green bean dairy free

Tennessee: Broccoli

Texas: Broccoli rice

Utah: Green bean

Wyoming: Green bean

Thanksgiving casserole preferences vary from state to state

The green bean casserole is a traditional Thanksgiving side dish. The vegetable is usually mixed with cream of mushroom and fried onions.
(iStock)

SWEET POTATO CASSEROLE LOADED FOR THANKSGIVING: TRY THE RECIPE

U.S. states that favor corn casseroles

California: Mexican corn

Illinois: But

Iowa: But

Louisiana: But

Michigan: Creamy corn

New Hampshire: Gluten free corn

Ohio: Baked corn

West Virginia: But

THANKSGIVING 2021: HELLO LOVERS WITH THIS MIMOSA PINEAPPLE VODKA

U.S. states that promote alternative vegetarian casseroles

Florida: Butternut squash

Georgia: Squash

Montana: Vegetable

Kansas: Vegetable

Caroline from the south: Squash

South Dakota: Vegetable

CLICK HERE TO GET THE FOX NEWS APP

Thanksgiving casserole preferences vary from state to state

Americans like their pots and pans on Thanksgiving. At least that’s what a new research report from Google Trends suggests.
(iStock)

American states that favor “other” casseroles

Connecticut: Breakfast

Maine: Turkey stuffing

Maryland: Left over

Missouri: Green rice

Nebraska: macaroni and cheese

North Carolina: Pineapple

Pennsylvania: Left over

Virginia: French toast

Washington: Padding

FOLLOW US ON FACEBOOK FOR MORE NEWS ON THE FOX LIFESTYLE


Fox Gt

Not all news on the site expresses the point of view of the site, but we transmit this news automatically and translate it through programmatic technology on the site and not from a human editor.