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

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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

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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.

Alcoholic Seltzer

Alcopops like Smirnoff Ice had their moment in the early aughts, but they’re not gone for good: This year, they lost some of the calories and sugar and morphed into hard seltzers, like SpikedSeltzer, Nauti Seltzer, and Truly Spiked & Sparkling.

Delivery-Only Restaurants

If you can’t actually set foot inside it, is it still a restaurant? In 2016, the answer was yes. Third parties like Seamless, Caviar, and other proprietary apps changed the definition of what it meant to be a restaurant. In New York alone, delivery-only restaurants include Green Summit’s 10 offerings, Michael White’s Costata (which started out as a brick and mortar but didn’t want to lose its delivery business after closing), David Chang’s Momofuku Ando, Maple, and the aptly named Delivery Only.

Fermentation

More and more chefs are turning to the ancient art of pickling and fermenting in order to showcase ingredients in unique ways and preserve produce for use later in the year.

In-House Cured Meats

More restaurants began rolling out their own house charcuterie programs; one restaurant even began making its own “seacuterie” from sustainable seafood.

La Croix

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We don’t know how or why this line of flavored sparkling waters caught on like wildfire among 20-somethings this year, but it did.

Nashville-Style Hot Chicken

A year ago, if you wanted to find Nashville-style hot chicken (fried chicken dunked in a fiery oil-based sauce), you had to travel to Nashville. But over the past year, restaurants in as far as Philadelphia, Los Angeles, and Ann Arbor, Michigan, have jumped on the Nashville hot chicken boat, not to mention KFC.

No-Tipping Restaurants

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The trend of restaurants doing away with tipping has been crawling along for the past couple years, but it became a full-fledged phenomenon in 2016, largely thanks to big restaurant groups like Danny Meyer’s Union Square Hospitality and Tom Douglas Restaurants leading the charge.

Poke

Poke, the Hawaiian snack of diced and marinated raw fish, was a surprisingly massive hit this year. Not only has it popped up on menus nationwide, it’s also the driving force (no, really, you can get it at a drive-thru) between some new fast-casual concepts like Wisefish Poke and Pokeworks.

Smoothie Bowls

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Why drink a smoothie with a straw when you can dump it into a bowl, top it with fruits, nuts, and other stuff, and Instagram it?


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