South Dakota Top Comfort Food Ironically Includes Pot – Kind of
No, we aren't talking about weed brownies, but the No. 1 comfort food in South Dakota does include pot and something getting roasted.
Data shows the top comfort food in South Dakota is pot roast.
The company set out to find out "which dishes give the most people joy by looking at the most popular recipes" around. To do so, the team first selected 100 foods that people usually classify as "comfort food" and then used Google Trends to figure out which selections were the most popular across each state based on 2020 search volume.
As a person who has lived in South Dakota for over 20 years, I have had my fair share of pot roast inside the state lines and I certainly would have it on my Mount Rushmore of comfort foods.
I would additionally add chicken noodle soup, grilled cheese, and meatloaf to my Mount Rushmore of comfort foods.
My additions also made the top spot in other states with California calling grilled cheese their number one option, Michigan pegging chicken noodle soup their favorite and people in West Virginia love their meatloaf like me.
Here is the list and map of the rest of the Top Comfort Foods throughout the United States.
Now that we have you extra hungry, what would you have on your Mount Rushmore of Comfort Foods?
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