Non-Traditional Thanksgiving Foods Each Part Of The Country Loves Most

Our entire meal this year is going to be non-traditional, but seeing some of these is making me second guess jello salad, glazed carrots, fruit salad. UGH.

(we're doing a BBQ Thanksgiving, by the way)

Are there any foods you ALWAYS had on Thanksgiving, even if other people didn't?

Someone looked at the most popular NON-traditional foods people are serving tomorrow in different parts of the country. Here are the favorites . . .

1. In the Northeast . . . fruit salad. It's 14% more popular than the national average. Beans-and-rice, and broccoli are also big.

2. In the South . . . turnips or turnip greens, 11% more popular. Collard greens and broccoli casserole also made the list.

3. In the Midwest . . . deviled eggs, 11% more popular. Midwesterners are also 8% more likely to serve chicken at Thanksgiving, and 7% more likely to serve Jell-O.

4. Out West . . . tamales, 15% more popular. Glazed carrots were next at 9%. And people out West are 6% more likely to serve tofu on Thanksgiving.


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