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The Biggest Food Trends of 2016

The Biggest Food Trends of 2016

2016 was a year to remember, at least from a culinary standpoint

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Rainbow bagels really have no reason for existing, but they do look pretty.

2016 was one of the most topsy-turvy years in recent memory, with a whole lot of moments that very few could have predicted, from a slew of shocking celebrity deaths to Donald Trump being elected president. And the same principle largely held true for the biggest culinary trends of the year: Some were easy to see coming, while others came completely out of left field.

The Biggest Food Trends of 2016 (Slideshow)

Last December, we ventured to predict what we thought would be the hottest culinary trends of 2016. Even though we hit the nail on the head a handful of times — like with “ugly” fruits, turmeric, and Hawaiian food — some predictions admittedly didn’t come to fruition — like English sparkling wines, the emergence of pulses, a proliferation of online grocery options, and an explosion of restaurants with wood ovens.

Looking back on 2016, some hot food trends were exciting, forward-thinking, and nothing short of (potentially) revolutionary for the food world at large. We saw some of 2015’s biggest trends come into their own, like fast-casual dining concepts, “clean” eating, and vegetable-focused menus. But some of 2016’s biggest trends were, for lack of a better word, pretty dumb. And as for fast food, well, that exists in a world unto itself, and it definitely saw some major trends as well. 2016’s trends represent both the highbrow and the lowbrow; these were the year’s 10 biggest trends overall.


Google's Most Searched Recipes, Chefs and Diets of 2016

Google’s top searches from the year are out and when it comes to food, the world wanted comfort, comfort and more comfort.

The most requested recipe of 2016 was green bean casserole followed by Brussels sprouts, hashbrown casserole, guacamole and chicken marsala. A few sweets also made the list with hungry people searching for buttercream frosting and snow cream (ice cream made from snow, apparently).

A stressful year clearly meant the world was stress-eating which of course eventually leads to dieting. The GOLO Diet — which claims to optimize the body’s insulin levels — topped the list. But a diet claiming you can eat tacos all day, every day came in second — so let’s not go about thinking we’re all that serious about weight loss.

The people also wanted to know about Budweiser, how to make sangria and how many calories are in a Big Mac (563, according to Google, if you’re curious). Read the complete lists of food trends below and check out Google’s Year in Search for the rest of this year’s hottest topics.

  • Recipes
  • 1. Green Bean Casserole
  • 2. Brussels Sprouts
  • 3. Hashbrown Casserole
  • 4. Guacamole
  • 5. Chicken Marsala
  • 6. Chicken Tetrazzini
  • 7. Snow Cream
  • 8. Buttercream Frosting
  • 9. Pork Chops
  • 10. Turkey Gravy
  • Diets
  • 1. GOLO Diet
  • 2. Taco Diet
  • 3. Military Diet Substitutes
  • 4. Atkins 40
  • 5. Ketogenic Diet Foods
  • 6. Dissociated Diet
  • 7. The Wild Diet
  • 8. Pizza Diet
  • 9. Dukan Diet Results
  • 10. Mono Diet

WATCH: How to Make Bacon Fat Popcorn

  • Chefs
  • 1. Anthony Bourdain
  • 2. Guy Fieri
  • 3. Marco Pierre White
  • 4. Nobu Matsuhisa
  • 5. Jacques Pepin
  • 6. Benoit Violier
  • 7. Charlie Palmer
  • 8. Daniel Humm
  • Calorie Searches
  • 1. Big Mac
  • 2. Coors
  • 3. Quinoa
  • 4. Glass of wine
  • 5. Eggplant
  • 6. Persimmon
  • 7. Boiled Egg
  • 8. Miso Soup
  • 9. Steak
  • 10. Pho

Beer
1. Budweiser America
2. Coors
3. Treehouse Brewing
4. Delirium Tremens Beer
5. Snake Venom beer
6. Trillium Brewery
7. India Pale Ale
8. Tired Hands Brewing
9. Goose Island
10. Maui Brewing Company


Google's Most Searched Recipes, Chefs and Diets of 2016

Google’s top searches from the year are out and when it comes to food, the world wanted comfort, comfort and more comfort.

The most requested recipe of 2016 was green bean casserole followed by Brussels sprouts, hashbrown casserole, guacamole and chicken marsala. A few sweets also made the list with hungry people searching for buttercream frosting and snow cream (ice cream made from snow, apparently).

A stressful year clearly meant the world was stress-eating which of course eventually leads to dieting. The GOLO Diet — which claims to optimize the body’s insulin levels — topped the list. But a diet claiming you can eat tacos all day, every day came in second — so let’s not go about thinking we’re all that serious about weight loss.

The people also wanted to know about Budweiser, how to make sangria and how many calories are in a Big Mac (563, according to Google, if you’re curious). Read the complete lists of food trends below and check out Google’s Year in Search for the rest of this year’s hottest topics.

  • Recipes
  • 1. Green Bean Casserole
  • 2. Brussels Sprouts
  • 3. Hashbrown Casserole
  • 4. Guacamole
  • 5. Chicken Marsala
  • 6. Chicken Tetrazzini
  • 7. Snow Cream
  • 8. Buttercream Frosting
  • 9. Pork Chops
  • 10. Turkey Gravy
  • Diets
  • 1. GOLO Diet
  • 2. Taco Diet
  • 3. Military Diet Substitutes
  • 4. Atkins 40
  • 5. Ketogenic Diet Foods
  • 6. Dissociated Diet
  • 7. The Wild Diet
  • 8. Pizza Diet
  • 9. Dukan Diet Results
  • 10. Mono Diet

WATCH: How to Make Bacon Fat Popcorn

  • Chefs
  • 1. Anthony Bourdain
  • 2. Guy Fieri
  • 3. Marco Pierre White
  • 4. Nobu Matsuhisa
  • 5. Jacques Pepin
  • 6. Benoit Violier
  • 7. Charlie Palmer
  • 8. Daniel Humm
  • Calorie Searches
  • 1. Big Mac
  • 2. Coors
  • 3. Quinoa
  • 4. Glass of wine
  • 5. Eggplant
  • 6. Persimmon
  • 7. Boiled Egg
  • 8. Miso Soup
  • 9. Steak
  • 10. Pho

Beer
1. Budweiser America
2. Coors
3. Treehouse Brewing
4. Delirium Tremens Beer
5. Snake Venom beer
6. Trillium Brewery
7. India Pale Ale
8. Tired Hands Brewing
9. Goose Island
10. Maui Brewing Company


Google's Most Searched Recipes, Chefs and Diets of 2016

Google’s top searches from the year are out and when it comes to food, the world wanted comfort, comfort and more comfort.

The most requested recipe of 2016 was green bean casserole followed by Brussels sprouts, hashbrown casserole, guacamole and chicken marsala. A few sweets also made the list with hungry people searching for buttercream frosting and snow cream (ice cream made from snow, apparently).

A stressful year clearly meant the world was stress-eating which of course eventually leads to dieting. The GOLO Diet — which claims to optimize the body’s insulin levels — topped the list. But a diet claiming you can eat tacos all day, every day came in second — so let’s not go about thinking we’re all that serious about weight loss.

The people also wanted to know about Budweiser, how to make sangria and how many calories are in a Big Mac (563, according to Google, if you’re curious). Read the complete lists of food trends below and check out Google’s Year in Search for the rest of this year’s hottest topics.

  • Recipes
  • 1. Green Bean Casserole
  • 2. Brussels Sprouts
  • 3. Hashbrown Casserole
  • 4. Guacamole
  • 5. Chicken Marsala
  • 6. Chicken Tetrazzini
  • 7. Snow Cream
  • 8. Buttercream Frosting
  • 9. Pork Chops
  • 10. Turkey Gravy
  • Diets
  • 1. GOLO Diet
  • 2. Taco Diet
  • 3. Military Diet Substitutes
  • 4. Atkins 40
  • 5. Ketogenic Diet Foods
  • 6. Dissociated Diet
  • 7. The Wild Diet
  • 8. Pizza Diet
  • 9. Dukan Diet Results
  • 10. Mono Diet

WATCH: How to Make Bacon Fat Popcorn

  • Chefs
  • 1. Anthony Bourdain
  • 2. Guy Fieri
  • 3. Marco Pierre White
  • 4. Nobu Matsuhisa
  • 5. Jacques Pepin
  • 6. Benoit Violier
  • 7. Charlie Palmer
  • 8. Daniel Humm
  • Calorie Searches
  • 1. Big Mac
  • 2. Coors
  • 3. Quinoa
  • 4. Glass of wine
  • 5. Eggplant
  • 6. Persimmon
  • 7. Boiled Egg
  • 8. Miso Soup
  • 9. Steak
  • 10. Pho

Beer
1. Budweiser America
2. Coors
3. Treehouse Brewing
4. Delirium Tremens Beer
5. Snake Venom beer
6. Trillium Brewery
7. India Pale Ale
8. Tired Hands Brewing
9. Goose Island
10. Maui Brewing Company


Google's Most Searched Recipes, Chefs and Diets of 2016

Google’s top searches from the year are out and when it comes to food, the world wanted comfort, comfort and more comfort.

The most requested recipe of 2016 was green bean casserole followed by Brussels sprouts, hashbrown casserole, guacamole and chicken marsala. A few sweets also made the list with hungry people searching for buttercream frosting and snow cream (ice cream made from snow, apparently).

A stressful year clearly meant the world was stress-eating which of course eventually leads to dieting. The GOLO Diet — which claims to optimize the body’s insulin levels — topped the list. But a diet claiming you can eat tacos all day, every day came in second — so let’s not go about thinking we’re all that serious about weight loss.

The people also wanted to know about Budweiser, how to make sangria and how many calories are in a Big Mac (563, according to Google, if you’re curious). Read the complete lists of food trends below and check out Google’s Year in Search for the rest of this year’s hottest topics.

  • Recipes
  • 1. Green Bean Casserole
  • 2. Brussels Sprouts
  • 3. Hashbrown Casserole
  • 4. Guacamole
  • 5. Chicken Marsala
  • 6. Chicken Tetrazzini
  • 7. Snow Cream
  • 8. Buttercream Frosting
  • 9. Pork Chops
  • 10. Turkey Gravy
  • Diets
  • 1. GOLO Diet
  • 2. Taco Diet
  • 3. Military Diet Substitutes
  • 4. Atkins 40
  • 5. Ketogenic Diet Foods
  • 6. Dissociated Diet
  • 7. The Wild Diet
  • 8. Pizza Diet
  • 9. Dukan Diet Results
  • 10. Mono Diet

WATCH: How to Make Bacon Fat Popcorn

  • Chefs
  • 1. Anthony Bourdain
  • 2. Guy Fieri
  • 3. Marco Pierre White
  • 4. Nobu Matsuhisa
  • 5. Jacques Pepin
  • 6. Benoit Violier
  • 7. Charlie Palmer
  • 8. Daniel Humm
  • Calorie Searches
  • 1. Big Mac
  • 2. Coors
  • 3. Quinoa
  • 4. Glass of wine
  • 5. Eggplant
  • 6. Persimmon
  • 7. Boiled Egg
  • 8. Miso Soup
  • 9. Steak
  • 10. Pho

Beer
1. Budweiser America
2. Coors
3. Treehouse Brewing
4. Delirium Tremens Beer
5. Snake Venom beer
6. Trillium Brewery
7. India Pale Ale
8. Tired Hands Brewing
9. Goose Island
10. Maui Brewing Company


Google's Most Searched Recipes, Chefs and Diets of 2016

Google’s top searches from the year are out and when it comes to food, the world wanted comfort, comfort and more comfort.

The most requested recipe of 2016 was green bean casserole followed by Brussels sprouts, hashbrown casserole, guacamole and chicken marsala. A few sweets also made the list with hungry people searching for buttercream frosting and snow cream (ice cream made from snow, apparently).

A stressful year clearly meant the world was stress-eating which of course eventually leads to dieting. The GOLO Diet — which claims to optimize the body’s insulin levels — topped the list. But a diet claiming you can eat tacos all day, every day came in second — so let’s not go about thinking we’re all that serious about weight loss.

The people also wanted to know about Budweiser, how to make sangria and how many calories are in a Big Mac (563, according to Google, if you’re curious). Read the complete lists of food trends below and check out Google’s Year in Search for the rest of this year’s hottest topics.

  • Recipes
  • 1. Green Bean Casserole
  • 2. Brussels Sprouts
  • 3. Hashbrown Casserole
  • 4. Guacamole
  • 5. Chicken Marsala
  • 6. Chicken Tetrazzini
  • 7. Snow Cream
  • 8. Buttercream Frosting
  • 9. Pork Chops
  • 10. Turkey Gravy
  • Diets
  • 1. GOLO Diet
  • 2. Taco Diet
  • 3. Military Diet Substitutes
  • 4. Atkins 40
  • 5. Ketogenic Diet Foods
  • 6. Dissociated Diet
  • 7. The Wild Diet
  • 8. Pizza Diet
  • 9. Dukan Diet Results
  • 10. Mono Diet

WATCH: How to Make Bacon Fat Popcorn

  • Chefs
  • 1. Anthony Bourdain
  • 2. Guy Fieri
  • 3. Marco Pierre White
  • 4. Nobu Matsuhisa
  • 5. Jacques Pepin
  • 6. Benoit Violier
  • 7. Charlie Palmer
  • 8. Daniel Humm
  • Calorie Searches
  • 1. Big Mac
  • 2. Coors
  • 3. Quinoa
  • 4. Glass of wine
  • 5. Eggplant
  • 6. Persimmon
  • 7. Boiled Egg
  • 8. Miso Soup
  • 9. Steak
  • 10. Pho

Beer
1. Budweiser America
2. Coors
3. Treehouse Brewing
4. Delirium Tremens Beer
5. Snake Venom beer
6. Trillium Brewery
7. India Pale Ale
8. Tired Hands Brewing
9. Goose Island
10. Maui Brewing Company


Google's Most Searched Recipes, Chefs and Diets of 2016

Google’s top searches from the year are out and when it comes to food, the world wanted comfort, comfort and more comfort.

The most requested recipe of 2016 was green bean casserole followed by Brussels sprouts, hashbrown casserole, guacamole and chicken marsala. A few sweets also made the list with hungry people searching for buttercream frosting and snow cream (ice cream made from snow, apparently).

A stressful year clearly meant the world was stress-eating which of course eventually leads to dieting. The GOLO Diet — which claims to optimize the body’s insulin levels — topped the list. But a diet claiming you can eat tacos all day, every day came in second — so let’s not go about thinking we’re all that serious about weight loss.

The people also wanted to know about Budweiser, how to make sangria and how many calories are in a Big Mac (563, according to Google, if you’re curious). Read the complete lists of food trends below and check out Google’s Year in Search for the rest of this year’s hottest topics.

  • Recipes
  • 1. Green Bean Casserole
  • 2. Brussels Sprouts
  • 3. Hashbrown Casserole
  • 4. Guacamole
  • 5. Chicken Marsala
  • 6. Chicken Tetrazzini
  • 7. Snow Cream
  • 8. Buttercream Frosting
  • 9. Pork Chops
  • 10. Turkey Gravy
  • Diets
  • 1. GOLO Diet
  • 2. Taco Diet
  • 3. Military Diet Substitutes
  • 4. Atkins 40
  • 5. Ketogenic Diet Foods
  • 6. Dissociated Diet
  • 7. The Wild Diet
  • 8. Pizza Diet
  • 9. Dukan Diet Results
  • 10. Mono Diet

WATCH: How to Make Bacon Fat Popcorn

  • Chefs
  • 1. Anthony Bourdain
  • 2. Guy Fieri
  • 3. Marco Pierre White
  • 4. Nobu Matsuhisa
  • 5. Jacques Pepin
  • 6. Benoit Violier
  • 7. Charlie Palmer
  • 8. Daniel Humm
  • Calorie Searches
  • 1. Big Mac
  • 2. Coors
  • 3. Quinoa
  • 4. Glass of wine
  • 5. Eggplant
  • 6. Persimmon
  • 7. Boiled Egg
  • 8. Miso Soup
  • 9. Steak
  • 10. Pho

Beer
1. Budweiser America
2. Coors
3. Treehouse Brewing
4. Delirium Tremens Beer
5. Snake Venom beer
6. Trillium Brewery
7. India Pale Ale
8. Tired Hands Brewing
9. Goose Island
10. Maui Brewing Company


Google's Most Searched Recipes, Chefs and Diets of 2016

Google’s top searches from the year are out and when it comes to food, the world wanted comfort, comfort and more comfort.

The most requested recipe of 2016 was green bean casserole followed by Brussels sprouts, hashbrown casserole, guacamole and chicken marsala. A few sweets also made the list with hungry people searching for buttercream frosting and snow cream (ice cream made from snow, apparently).

A stressful year clearly meant the world was stress-eating which of course eventually leads to dieting. The GOLO Diet — which claims to optimize the body’s insulin levels — topped the list. But a diet claiming you can eat tacos all day, every day came in second — so let’s not go about thinking we’re all that serious about weight loss.

The people also wanted to know about Budweiser, how to make sangria and how many calories are in a Big Mac (563, according to Google, if you’re curious). Read the complete lists of food trends below and check out Google’s Year in Search for the rest of this year’s hottest topics.

  • Recipes
  • 1. Green Bean Casserole
  • 2. Brussels Sprouts
  • 3. Hashbrown Casserole
  • 4. Guacamole
  • 5. Chicken Marsala
  • 6. Chicken Tetrazzini
  • 7. Snow Cream
  • 8. Buttercream Frosting
  • 9. Pork Chops
  • 10. Turkey Gravy
  • Diets
  • 1. GOLO Diet
  • 2. Taco Diet
  • 3. Military Diet Substitutes
  • 4. Atkins 40
  • 5. Ketogenic Diet Foods
  • 6. Dissociated Diet
  • 7. The Wild Diet
  • 8. Pizza Diet
  • 9. Dukan Diet Results
  • 10. Mono Diet

WATCH: How to Make Bacon Fat Popcorn

  • Chefs
  • 1. Anthony Bourdain
  • 2. Guy Fieri
  • 3. Marco Pierre White
  • 4. Nobu Matsuhisa
  • 5. Jacques Pepin
  • 6. Benoit Violier
  • 7. Charlie Palmer
  • 8. Daniel Humm
  • Calorie Searches
  • 1. Big Mac
  • 2. Coors
  • 3. Quinoa
  • 4. Glass of wine
  • 5. Eggplant
  • 6. Persimmon
  • 7. Boiled Egg
  • 8. Miso Soup
  • 9. Steak
  • 10. Pho

Beer
1. Budweiser America
2. Coors
3. Treehouse Brewing
4. Delirium Tremens Beer
5. Snake Venom beer
6. Trillium Brewery
7. India Pale Ale
8. Tired Hands Brewing
9. Goose Island
10. Maui Brewing Company


Google's Most Searched Recipes, Chefs and Diets of 2016

Google’s top searches from the year are out and when it comes to food, the world wanted comfort, comfort and more comfort.

The most requested recipe of 2016 was green bean casserole followed by Brussels sprouts, hashbrown casserole, guacamole and chicken marsala. A few sweets also made the list with hungry people searching for buttercream frosting and snow cream (ice cream made from snow, apparently).

A stressful year clearly meant the world was stress-eating which of course eventually leads to dieting. The GOLO Diet — which claims to optimize the body’s insulin levels — topped the list. But a diet claiming you can eat tacos all day, every day came in second — so let’s not go about thinking we’re all that serious about weight loss.

The people also wanted to know about Budweiser, how to make sangria and how many calories are in a Big Mac (563, according to Google, if you’re curious). Read the complete lists of food trends below and check out Google’s Year in Search for the rest of this year’s hottest topics.

  • Recipes
  • 1. Green Bean Casserole
  • 2. Brussels Sprouts
  • 3. Hashbrown Casserole
  • 4. Guacamole
  • 5. Chicken Marsala
  • 6. Chicken Tetrazzini
  • 7. Snow Cream
  • 8. Buttercream Frosting
  • 9. Pork Chops
  • 10. Turkey Gravy
  • Diets
  • 1. GOLO Diet
  • 2. Taco Diet
  • 3. Military Diet Substitutes
  • 4. Atkins 40
  • 5. Ketogenic Diet Foods
  • 6. Dissociated Diet
  • 7. The Wild Diet
  • 8. Pizza Diet
  • 9. Dukan Diet Results
  • 10. Mono Diet

WATCH: How to Make Bacon Fat Popcorn

  • Chefs
  • 1. Anthony Bourdain
  • 2. Guy Fieri
  • 3. Marco Pierre White
  • 4. Nobu Matsuhisa
  • 5. Jacques Pepin
  • 6. Benoit Violier
  • 7. Charlie Palmer
  • 8. Daniel Humm
  • Calorie Searches
  • 1. Big Mac
  • 2. Coors
  • 3. Quinoa
  • 4. Glass of wine
  • 5. Eggplant
  • 6. Persimmon
  • 7. Boiled Egg
  • 8. Miso Soup
  • 9. Steak
  • 10. Pho

Beer
1. Budweiser America
2. Coors
3. Treehouse Brewing
4. Delirium Tremens Beer
5. Snake Venom beer
6. Trillium Brewery
7. India Pale Ale
8. Tired Hands Brewing
9. Goose Island
10. Maui Brewing Company


Google's Most Searched Recipes, Chefs and Diets of 2016

Google’s top searches from the year are out and when it comes to food, the world wanted comfort, comfort and more comfort.

The most requested recipe of 2016 was green bean casserole followed by Brussels sprouts, hashbrown casserole, guacamole and chicken marsala. A few sweets also made the list with hungry people searching for buttercream frosting and snow cream (ice cream made from snow, apparently).

A stressful year clearly meant the world was stress-eating which of course eventually leads to dieting. The GOLO Diet — which claims to optimize the body’s insulin levels — topped the list. But a diet claiming you can eat tacos all day, every day came in second — so let’s not go about thinking we’re all that serious about weight loss.

The people also wanted to know about Budweiser, how to make sangria and how many calories are in a Big Mac (563, according to Google, if you’re curious). Read the complete lists of food trends below and check out Google’s Year in Search for the rest of this year’s hottest topics.

  • Recipes
  • 1. Green Bean Casserole
  • 2. Brussels Sprouts
  • 3. Hashbrown Casserole
  • 4. Guacamole
  • 5. Chicken Marsala
  • 6. Chicken Tetrazzini
  • 7. Snow Cream
  • 8. Buttercream Frosting
  • 9. Pork Chops
  • 10. Turkey Gravy
  • Diets
  • 1. GOLO Diet
  • 2. Taco Diet
  • 3. Military Diet Substitutes
  • 4. Atkins 40
  • 5. Ketogenic Diet Foods
  • 6. Dissociated Diet
  • 7. The Wild Diet
  • 8. Pizza Diet
  • 9. Dukan Diet Results
  • 10. Mono Diet

WATCH: How to Make Bacon Fat Popcorn

  • Chefs
  • 1. Anthony Bourdain
  • 2. Guy Fieri
  • 3. Marco Pierre White
  • 4. Nobu Matsuhisa
  • 5. Jacques Pepin
  • 6. Benoit Violier
  • 7. Charlie Palmer
  • 8. Daniel Humm
  • Calorie Searches
  • 1. Big Mac
  • 2. Coors
  • 3. Quinoa
  • 4. Glass of wine
  • 5. Eggplant
  • 6. Persimmon
  • 7. Boiled Egg
  • 8. Miso Soup
  • 9. Steak
  • 10. Pho

Beer
1. Budweiser America
2. Coors
3. Treehouse Brewing
4. Delirium Tremens Beer
5. Snake Venom beer
6. Trillium Brewery
7. India Pale Ale
8. Tired Hands Brewing
9. Goose Island
10. Maui Brewing Company


Google's Most Searched Recipes, Chefs and Diets of 2016

Google’s top searches from the year are out and when it comes to food, the world wanted comfort, comfort and more comfort.

The most requested recipe of 2016 was green bean casserole followed by Brussels sprouts, hashbrown casserole, guacamole and chicken marsala. A few sweets also made the list with hungry people searching for buttercream frosting and snow cream (ice cream made from snow, apparently).

A stressful year clearly meant the world was stress-eating which of course eventually leads to dieting. The GOLO Diet — which claims to optimize the body’s insulin levels — topped the list. But a diet claiming you can eat tacos all day, every day came in second — so let’s not go about thinking we’re all that serious about weight loss.

The people also wanted to know about Budweiser, how to make sangria and how many calories are in a Big Mac (563, according to Google, if you’re curious). Read the complete lists of food trends below and check out Google’s Year in Search for the rest of this year’s hottest topics.

  • Recipes
  • 1. Green Bean Casserole
  • 2. Brussels Sprouts
  • 3. Hashbrown Casserole
  • 4. Guacamole
  • 5. Chicken Marsala
  • 6. Chicken Tetrazzini
  • 7. Snow Cream
  • 8. Buttercream Frosting
  • 9. Pork Chops
  • 10. Turkey Gravy
  • Diets
  • 1. GOLO Diet
  • 2. Taco Diet
  • 3. Military Diet Substitutes
  • 4. Atkins 40
  • 5. Ketogenic Diet Foods
  • 6. Dissociated Diet
  • 7. The Wild Diet
  • 8. Pizza Diet
  • 9. Dukan Diet Results
  • 10. Mono Diet

WATCH: How to Make Bacon Fat Popcorn

  • Chefs
  • 1. Anthony Bourdain
  • 2. Guy Fieri
  • 3. Marco Pierre White
  • 4. Nobu Matsuhisa
  • 5. Jacques Pepin
  • 6. Benoit Violier
  • 7. Charlie Palmer
  • 8. Daniel Humm
  • Calorie Searches
  • 1. Big Mac
  • 2. Coors
  • 3. Quinoa
  • 4. Glass of wine
  • 5. Eggplant
  • 6. Persimmon
  • 7. Boiled Egg
  • 8. Miso Soup
  • 9. Steak
  • 10. Pho

Beer
1. Budweiser America
2. Coors
3. Treehouse Brewing
4. Delirium Tremens Beer
5. Snake Venom beer
6. Trillium Brewery
7. India Pale Ale
8. Tired Hands Brewing
9. Goose Island
10. Maui Brewing Company