Is New York State’s Most Popular Thanksgiving Side Dish Really That Shocking?
Thanksgiving is the big dance for food. Are you prepared and ready? What side dishes are the most popular to feature at your dinner?
Zippia did research to determine the most popular Thanksgiving side dishes in each state. They were able to publish their findings on Thrillist in an easy-to-digest map:
The findings, which can be compared to last year's here, showed a surprising front-runner, suggesting most people look forward to mashed potatoes at their Thanksgiving table, but other sides certainly earned honorable mentions."
When you look at New York State, the results aren't all that shocking honestly:
New York: sweet potatoes with marshmallows"
Granted, we may be more shocked that stuffing didn't rank higher, but, sweet potatoes seem to be a main feature of the holiday season as a whole.
Other states had interesting findings too. Rolls took the top spot in several states, as did stuffing and sweet potato casserole. Macaroni and cheese made the list only a handful of times along with hash brown casserole, baked potatoes, charcuterie, and salad.
Do you like sweet potatoes? If you eventually get tired of the normal sweet potato dish, try turning them into sweet potato balls. This dish contains cheese and cheese makes everything taste better right?
You’ll Want To Take A Turkey Run Before Thanksgiving In Upstate New York
If you wanted to run a "Turkey Trot" style run, but don't want to sacrifice the actual day of Thanksgiving, this race in Cooperstown is for you.
There's plenty of Thanksgiving Turkey Trots but very few pre-Turkey Day race events. Let's be real for a minute- Who wants to run on actual Thanksgiving Day? You want to cook, stuff your face, and the last thing you might want on your mind is exercising. I'm sure that's not everyone, but maybe this falls into your world. Wouldn't it be nice to do a turkey style run before Thanksgiving? Take the trip to Cooperstown. The baseball capital of the world has your back.
You can learn more here.
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