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The most-searched recipe in every state shows what people are looking to make at home - Insider - INSIDER

Posted: 07 Jun 2020 09:32 AM PDT

ALASKA: Cinnamon rolls

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Cinnamon rolls are popular.
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Alaska is one of four states whose population is searching for different ways to make sweet and sticky cinnamon rolls. Other states include Idaho, Montana, and Oregon. 

ARIZONA: Lemonade

There are so many fun things to do with lemonade.

From adding different fruits to throwing in herbs, there are loads of ways to make nostalgic lemonade feel new, fun, and sophisticated. 

ARKANSAS: Hamburger meat

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Some cooks prefer to make their own meat mixture.
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While you can purchase packages of hamburger meat at the grocery store, you can also make the mixture at home. 

Oklahoma and Texas were two other states looking for how to make hamburgers at home.

CALIFORNIA: Snickerdoodle

These cookies have a distinct cinnamon and sugar flavor.
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Snickerdoodle cookies are typically a soft and chewy, cinnamon-laden sugar cookie. 

COLORADO: Egg salad

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Egg salad can be eaten on toast or on its own.
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Similarly to chicken salad, this dish is typically made of mashed up hard-boiled eggs and some sort of binding agent. You can add herbs and different spices to the mixture for a unique flavor.

Egg salad was also the No. 1 most-searched recipe in Pennsylvania.


Salmon can be prepared in many different ways.

Salmon can be poached, grilled, seared, baked, and cured. You can order it sushi-grade and eat it raw, or cook it through and make a salmon patty. The possibilities with this fish are endless. 

Delaware, Maryland, and New Jersey residents have also been searching for ways to prepare the meaty fish. 


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You can see the heat marks on this piece.
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Some salmon recipes may even call for a glaze of some sort. You can make it sweet and sticky with the addition of fruit, or bring the heat with flavors from hot peppers.

This was also the most-searched recipe in Connecticut, Maryland, and New Jersey.

FLORIDA: Zucchini

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Zucchini is a versatile vegetable.

From grilled strips to spiralized noodles, there are so many ways to use zucchini. You can cut it into pieces and put them on the grill, or you can go the baking route and make a loaf of zucchini bread.

GEORGIA: Baked chicken

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Baked chicken can be very simple or very complex.
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You can bake a chicken in its entirety, or you can cut it up and bake separate pieces. Baking can leave you with a deliciously moist-on-the-inside, crispy-on-the-outside protein.

Residents of Tennessee were also looking for baked-chicken recipes.

HAWAII: Shoyu chicken

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Shoyu is a Japanese soy sauce.

A great way to use shoyu — a Japanese style of soy sauce that's made with soy and wheat — with chicken is to make a glaze. You can make it sweet or spicy and layer it onto chicken breasts, thighs, or even wings. 

IDAHO: Cinnamon rolls

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Not all cinnamon rolls are the same.
Aly Weisman/Insider

There are so many ways to prepare cinnamon rolls. Some have a white sugar frosting and some are simply sticky with cinnamon sugar sauce.

Other states searching for these included Alaska, Montana, and Oregon. 

ILLINOIS: Pork tenderloin

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This pork loin is served over a bright, corn salsa.

Flavors of pork are fairly versatile. Cooking it in a sweet and fruity marinade and grilling it with a hot and smokey rub are both equally delicious. 

INDIANA: Hamburger

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There are countless ways to build a hamburger.
Aly Weisman/Insider

People in Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Michigan, Missouri, Nebraska, Ohio, and West Virginia were looking to elevate their burger game. 

IOWA: Hamburger

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The bun is an important part of any burger.
Rachel Askinasi/Business Insider

Using a seeded bun on your at-home burger can make you feel like you're eating at a fast-food restaurant.

Hamburger recipes were also the most-searched in Indiana, Kansas, Kentucky, Michigan, Missouri, Nebraska, Ohio, and West Virginia.

KANSAS: Hamburger

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Load up your burger with whatever toppings you want.
Rachel Askinasi/Business Insider

Lettuce, tomato, and pickles are classic hamburger toppings. You can get creative, though, with different relish options, cheeses, and grilled vegetables.

Residents of Indiana, Iowa, Kentucky, Michigan, Missouri, Nebraska, Ohio, and West Virginia were also looking for hamburger recipes.

KENTUCKY: Hamburger

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Stack two thin patties or use a single thicker one.
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Most burger lovers have a preference for thin or thick patties; with homemade patties, you can experiment with the thickness to get your desired consistency.

The No. 1 searched recipe in Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Michigan, Missouri, Nebraska, Ohio, and West Virginia was also for hamburgers.

LOUISIANA: Crawfish étouffée

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Étouffée is a popular Cajun and Creole dish.
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Étouffée comes together by making a thickened, saucy mixture — typically with butter and cornstarch — of vegetables and crawfish. It's not quite soupy, so serving the dish with rice is common.

MAINE: Bread

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At-home bread baking has become popular.
Rachel Askinasi/Business Insider

People all over social media are showing off their bread-baking skills

Residents of Massachusetts, Minnesota, New Hampshire, and South Dakota were also looking for different bread recipes. 

MICHIGAN: Hamburger

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A Shake Shack burger pictured above comes on a toasted bun.
Irene Jiang/Business Insider

Every restaurant has its own unique hamburger. There are even some home cooks who have built a social-media following around re-creating them

Michigan joined Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Missouri, Nebraska, Ohio, and West Virginia as states that were searching for hamburger recipes more than any other recipe.

MISSOURI: Hamburger

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Cheese is just one way to dress up a hamburger.
Ashley Stewart/Business Insider

There are no rules when it comes to cheeseburgers, stick with one variety or pile on a combination of cheddar, American, and Gruyère.

Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Michigan, Nebraska, Ohio, and West Virginia were also searching for hamburger recipes.

NEBRASKA: Hamburger

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Hamburgers are a barbecue staple.
Crystal Cox/Business Insider

It's hard not to picture hamburgers when thinking about a summer barbecue.

This recipe was also the top search in Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Michigan, Missouri, Ohio, and West Virginia.

NEW MEXICO: Tortillas

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You can make your own tortillas at home.
Melia Robinson/Business Insider

Instead of purchasing packages of tortillas, you can make them yourself. 

Use flour, water, a fat like olive oil, and salt for flour tortillas, or pick up some masa at your grocery store for corn tortillas. 

Once you've made the tortillas, their usage doesn't stop with tacos. You can bake or fry them for chips and add them to soups.

NEW YORK: Charoset

Charoset is commonly made for the celebration of Passover.
Rachel Askinasi/Insider

As the Jewish holiday Passover fell during April this year, lots of people were searching for charoset recipes. Charoset is a sweet and sometimes spicy mixture made to resemble mortar used to lay bricks. 

This seder plate staple can be eaten all year, though. You can make one version with apples, a meaty nut like walnuts, cinnamon, and red wine, or another version that's more like a paste using dates. 

OHIO: Hamburger

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Hamburgers are popular all over the US.
Rachel Askinasi/Business Insider

For a saucy burger add caramelized onions and sautéd mushrooms.

Cooks in Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Michigan, Missouri, Nebraska, and West Virginia were also looking for hamburger recipes.


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Simple hamburgers can be phenomenal.
Irene Jiang/Business Insider

Sometimes, a patty and cheese are all you need between the bun.

Search data showed that this was also the most-searched recipe in Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Michigan, Missouri, Nebraska, and Ohio.

Ramblings: Lightning Players, Matthews Test Positive for COVID-19; Popular Searches Gurianov, Gustafsson (June 20) -

Posted: 19 Jun 2020 09:43 PM PDT

Friday's news of the Tampa Bay Lightning temporarily closing their training facilities due to COVID-19 should serve as a reminder that there is no guarantee that the NHL will return to play this summer. This news doesn't mean that the NHL should shut everything down immediately, considering that this is only Phase 2 of the return-to-play plan. However, there are definite concerns if someone brings COVID-19 into the bubble before it is sealed during Phases 3 or 4, or if that bubble isn't tight enough.

The fact that the team shutdowns (Tampa Bay Lightning, Philadelphia Phillies, Toronto Blue Jays) have all occurred in the state of Florida should be no coincidence. The decision makers in that state have been far too lenient in the handling and reporting of the pandemic. Maybe it's a good thing that the NHL's restart plan isn't occurring in Florida, although Nevada's recent numbers after the casino reopenings haven't been promising, assuming Vegas is announced as a hub city.

And as if we didn't need another reality check, Auston Matthews has also reportedly tested positive for COVID-19, according to Steve Simmons. Numerous other NHL players have tested positive, although Matthews is the first name that has been mentioned. Matthews had been rooming with Frederik Andersen in Arizona, although Andersen did not test positive and is no longer in Arizona. 

Don't get me wrong, I'd love to see hockey restart, even if it's nice outside. If it's possible to play games and remain safe, then let's do so. Actual games mean that I have more potential topics to write about here. But as I've seen multiple sports writers state on Twitter, the virus will determine when the sports league returns to play. We should know over the next week or two whether today's news is simply a speed bump or the beginning of the end of the return-to-play plan.

As I finish writing this, the NHL has announced that over 200 players have undergone COVID-19 testing from entering NHL facilities, with 11 players testing positive. Out of that sample, there were sure to be positive tests. Maybe it's good that this happens now so that the league is better prepared to handle potential positive tests in Phases 3 and 4.


Here are the top Frozen Tools searches for the past week:

Most of these are players I've covered in previous weeks. You can find them in other Saturday Ramblings, the most recent of which you'll find here.

There are two new names to this list, which I'll discuss below today.

Erik Gustafsson

It's difficult to get an overall read on a player who a) was surprisingly successful last season, b) declined significantly this season, c) was traded at the deadline, and d) will be a UFA whenever this offseason occurs. At stage c, Gustafsson had made a moderate impact for the Flames in recording three assists in just seven games, none of which occurred on the power play.

A more interesting stat is the power-play time. Yes, Gustafsson was used on the first unit over those seven games, leading the Flames with a 1:41 PPTOI. And yes, regular first-unit option Mark Giordano was bumped to the second unit with just 0:30 PPTOI over that same range. Giordano's declining production may have been a factor, as he would have been on pace for just 13 power-play points, down from 21 the season before. The Flames as a whole had many scorers with declining production, but the power-play success rate actually improved from 19.3% in 2018-19 to 21.2% in 2019-20. It is worth mentioning that Giordano was close to returning from a hamstring injury at the time of Gustafsson's acquisition.  

We still don't know for sure which defenseman will play on the first-unit power play when (or if) the Flames face the Jets in the play-in tournament. We also don't know whether the Flames have any intention on trying to sign Gustafsson after this season. Signed for two more years and a pillar of the Flames, Giordano's value shouldn't be affected a whole lot entering next season unless Gustafsson re-signs in Calgary.

Fantasy Impact: Flames Bring In Gustafsson and Forbort

So if you're searching for Gustafsson and wondering what to expect from him next season, he's very much a wild card. He could end up with less than 30 points, or he could score over 50 points again. A lot depends on where he lands. Hopefully you don't have to make your keeper league decision by the end of next week.

Denis Gurianov

Just as the Flames had multiple players with reduced scoring numbers, so did the Stars. One of those players was not Gurianov, who in his first full season reached the 20-goal mark (in just 64 games). This may surprise you, but Gurianov's 20 goals led the Stars. The Stars had only one player reach 50 points (Tyler Seguin), but their scoring was more balanced as it has been in previous seasons (four other players with at least 15 goals).

Because he played in just 21 games in 2018-19, Gurianov qualifies as a rookie in 2019-20. That means his 20 goals tied him for second in goals among rookies (with Victor Olofsson). Unfortuntely, Gurianov recorded just nine assists all season, which pushed him all the way down to eighth in points for both the Stars and NHL rookies. Gurianov might not win the Calder Trophy, but he's definitely in contention for the Cy Young Award.

Among the 87 players who scored at least 20 goals this season, Gurianov had the lowest average icetime per game (12:59), and it wasn't really close. The 20-goal scorer with the next lowest icetime per game was Conor Garland, who averaged over a minute more per game (14:09). Also among 20-goal scorers, only Noel Acciari had fewer assists (7) than Gurianov. So Gurianov made the most of his somewhat limited icetime, finishing 27th with 1.4 G/60 and 19th with 0.5 PPG/60 among all players who played at least 40 games.

Even though Gurianov mainly played on the second-unit power play, the Stars deployed their power-play fairly evenly among their first and second units. According to Sean Shapiro of The Athletic, Gurianov's low icetime can be attributed to two factors: He doesn't kill penalties, and he takes relatively short shifts. Still, Gurianov finished 17th on the Stars in average icetime among players who played at least 40 games. If the Stars want to improve on their 26th-ranked scoring next season, they would be wise to ensure Gurianov receives more icetime.

Gurianov is just 6 percent owned in Yahoo leagues, so he would qualify as a deep sleeper in many formats. Getting as much icetime as Seguin or Jamie Benn won't happen, but even a small uptick in icetime could be something to build on.  


For more fantasy hockey information, or to reach out to me, you can follow me on Twitter @Ian_Gooding.


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