There's just something about Thanksgiving that makes you eat until you burst. The turkey, the pies, the casseroles, the eggnog...it's all amazing food and drinks that make Thanksgiving the best foodie holiday of the year.
What will most Americans be feasting on until their jeans feel tight? This infographic from Gourmandia offers a visual guide to the most popular Thanksgiving foods and drinks according to social media.
So far, turkey is the big winner with a whopping 36, 6844 mentions in social media last year. Other popular foods were pie, ham, mashed potatoes, apples, squash and marshmallows.
The infographic also offers interesting data about the amount of food produced in the United States for the holiday. A total of 2.6 billion sweet potatoes were produced in the country last year. That's a lot of casserole and pie...
From fish and locally grown vegetables, to restaurants and fishing trips, here are the food and drink experiences to try in the picturesque coastal Venetian town, known as 'Little Venice', picked by The New York Times as the top travel destination for 2022.
Geranium's Rasmus Kofoed has decided to stop serving meat at the restaurant currently ranked number two on the World's 50 Best Restaurants list. But the Danish chef isn't yet willing to go purely plant-based.