Wyoming Loves to Cook This Turkey Alternative On Thanksgiving
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It may be traditional, but not everybody likes turkey for Thanksgiving dinner.
Food giants Pillsbury and Betty Crocker compiled their data for a state-by-state breakdown of what each state likes to eat on Thanksgiving. Their examination of recipe searches had regional favorites but the data showed what people searched and opted for during the annual feast or thanks.
Oddly, the landlocked states of Wisconsin and Arizona searched for shrimp recipes, The south looked for cornbread stuffing recipes.
But for a state with twice as many cattle as people and abundant game, Wyoming seemed to defy conventional wisdom. We searched the most for pork chop recipes during Thanksgiving time.
See the map and details HERE.
Notice that health-conscious Montana searched the most for “Oven roasted vegetables.”