As we all prepare for the Thanksgiving Day dinner, we found a recent survey which determined the most liked, and the least favorite dishes, on the Thanksgiving dinner table. For the purposes of this post, we’ll deal with America’s favorite Thanksgiving dishes.
Crestline.com surveyed 2,100 participants from all over the United States to figure out our nation’s most popular holiday foods and current trends on the subject. Before we get to the Top 5 favorite Thanksgiving Day dishes, let’s check in on some of the other findings in this survey.
Believe it or not, Nevada’s most popular holiday dish is cranberry sauce! What? Really? I like cranberry sauce, but seriously, that’s our state’s favorite? OK then.
The survey also shows that most Americans enjoy an average of three alcoholic beverages on Thanksgiving. The states which down the most booze on this holiday are Georgia, Arkansas, Missouri, Kansas and Ohio.
This was an interesting question which shows how much holiday traditions may be trending towards other options. Nearly 25%, or one in four respondents, were willing to try a vegan alternative to turkey or whatever protein you like to serve on Thanksgiving. The states with the most interviewees willing to try a vegan alternative were Washington, Maine, Michigan, Nebraska, and Missouri.
And, with inflation and high prices at the grocery store on our minds, they also asked if folks were looking for more budget-friendly meal options for the holidays, and 69%, nearly 7 out of ten respondents, said “Yes!”
With all that in mind, let’s get down to business and see which Thanksgiving Day dinner items made the Top 5 in this survey.
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Larry Martino is the long-time Afternoon Drive personality on 96.3 KKLZ. The views and opinions expressed in this blog are those of Larry Martino and not necessarily those of Beasley Media Group, LLC.