There’s almost universal agreement on Thanksgiving’s favorite entree.
The bounty of turkeys in North America made gobblers a convenient choice for daily meals from early days of New World settlement and, of course, the turkey now has become, well, the face of Thanksgiving.
However, if a golden-brown savory turkey is usually the centerpiece of the Thanksgiving dining table, what about the dishes that surround it?
Certainly, everyone has their favorites, but BetOhio.com wanted to know: What side dishes are broadly favored by Ohioans?
Although you won't be able to enjoy one of these dishes while place a bet with the Tipico Ohio promo code this year, you will be able to next year. So get ready and in the meantime let's find out what dishes Ohioans love at Thanksgiving.
Side Dishes: Which Ones to Choose?
You won’t find odds like this in Ohio sports betting when it becomes legal on the first of the year, but food comes first on this holiday.
BetOhio.com used Google Trends to analyze the most popular Thanksgiving side dishes of Ohio residents by looking at the search results of each side dish from Nov. 1, 2021 to Nov. 30, 2021.
The dishes researched were the most in total searches in the United States, including mashed potatoes, stuffing, mac & cheese, green bean casserole, sweet potato casserole, candied yams, Brussels sprout and cranberry sauce.
The most favorite side dish statewide, by the slimmest of margins, was stuffing, registering 24% in attracting interest. Close behind was macaroni & cheese with 23% interest.
Not to be dismissed for side dish popularity were both mashed potatoes and green bean casserole, which both earned 20% interest. Sweet potato casserole was fifth among favorite side dishes with 13%.
The close selection was also reflected when viewed through the lens of most popular side dish for each major city area.
Cleveland favored stuffing at 28%, but Cincinnati and Columbus had mac & cheese (both 25%) at the top of the side dish list. Dayton and Toledo leaned toward veggies with Toledo at 28% and Dayton at 22% favoring green bean casserole.
Ohio State-Michigan on Collision Course
It looks like the big game will be The Big Game again this season when Ohio State hosts Michigan two days after Thanksgiving.
It will be the last year you won’t be able to use an Ohio sports betting app to place a wager on the game.
Barring a major upset before then, both Ohio State, currently ranked No. 2, and Michigan, ranked No. 3, will have another chapter in their storied rivalry with a trip to the Big Ten championship game on the line.
Nationally, Hard Rock Ohio sportsbook has Ohio State as a -350 favorite with Michigan second at +300. Check out BetOhio.com for a Hard Rock Sportsbook Ohio promo code.
Michigan won last year’s matchup, 42-27, in Ann Arbor.
It won’t be long now for Ohio sports betting. Remember, for the best Ohio sportsbook promos, keep it right here at BetOhio.com.