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These are the most popular 4th of July recipes in all 50 states


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When it comes to the most Googled Fourth of July recipes, you might be surprised by what Americans are searching for from sea to shining sea. Alabama loves…broccoli salad? And are waffles really being served up at cookouts in Vermont? According to new stats from the tech giant, yes.

Google did a deep dive to see which recipes were trending in each state—disregarding the ones that were popular across the board, like potato salad and that ever-so patriotic red, white, and blue fruit salad—and the results are pretty surprising.

Depending on where you’re celebrating, you can expect to be served zucchini bread (Utah), vegetable soup (Kentucky), spaghetti squash (Colorado), or squash casserole (Georgia). It turns out that the way Americans celebrate Independence Day is just as diverse as the people who live here.

Want to see the state-by-state breakdown of Independence Day recipe searches? Here’s the full list.

Alabama
Broccoli salad

Alaska
Halibut

Arizona
Spanish rice

Arkansas
Potato soup

California
Quinoa

Colorado
Spaghetti squash

Connecticut
Quiche

Delaware
Baked salmon

District of Columbia
Crab cake

Florida
Ceviche

Georgia
Squash casserole

Hawaii
Shoyu chicken

Idaho
Crepe

Illinois
Italian beef

Indiana
Buckeye

Iowa
Hamburger

Kansas
Meatball

Kentucky
Vegetable soup

Louisiana
Gumbo

Maine
Apple pie

Maryland
Crab dip

Massachusetts
Haddock

Michigan
Goulash

Minnesota
Sloppy joe

Mississippi
Taco soup

Missouri
Hamburger

Montana
Chili

Nebraska
Taco seasoning

Nevada
Chicken adobo

New Hampshire
Apple crisps

New Jersey
Flounder

New Mexico
Pozole

New York
Chicken cutlet

North Carolina
Snow cream

North Dakota
Hamburger

Ohio
Sausage gravy

Oklahoma
Hamburger meat

Oregon
Teriyaki sauce

Pennsylvania
Asparagus

Rhode Island
Chicken parm

South Carolina
Chicken bog

South Dakota
Hamburger

Tennessee
Hashbrown casserole

Texas
Tortilla soup

Utah
Zucchini bread

Vermont
Waffle

Virginia
Salmon cake

Washington
Pork chop

West Virginia
Meatloaf

Wisconsin
Meatloaf

Wyoming
Banana bread

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