In some regions, families pack extra cream in their potatoes. In others, Thanksgiving sides come with an extra dash (or three) of spice. General Mills tracks Thanksgiving-timed search traffic every year to determine which dishes are most popular in each state. Some findings â€” such as Coloradoâ€™s love for all things cranberry sauce â€” are hardly a surprise for locals. Colorado-based food blogger Tieghan Gerard of Half Baked Harvest offers multiple spins on her stateâ€™s favorite dish, including cranberry brie pastry tarts that her readers describe as â€œalmost too pretty to eat.â€ Equally interesting is Minnesotaâ€™s enthusiasm for all things stuffing; this Midwestern state has Americaâ€™s most stuffing searches per capita, while places like Wyoming and New Hampshire are hyperfocused on their sweet potatoes.