Want to know which foods were hot this past year and what to expect for 2014? Foodily, the world’s largest social recipe network, keeps tabs on what visitors have been searching for over the years. Since 2011 the site has seen “the decline of red meat and the increase of healthy eating related searches,” says Foodily co-founder Hilary Mickell.
What else is on tap for 2014? Here are the top 10 trendiest, most searched for foods in 2013. BONUS: We’ve included our favorite recipes so you can be sure to fit them in this year!
Top 10 in 2013:
1. Chicken. This standard red meat alternative can get a little plain sometimes, but not with this Apple and Herb Dutch Oven-Roasted Chicken! Check out our tips to use the leftovers for equally as awesome meals for the rest of the week.
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What if someone could tell you what the healthiest foods to eat were, so that you’ll never have to pore over nutrition articles or read scores of health books to find out what you should be eating to be at your healthiest?
Well, wonder no more. Author Jonny Bowden has covered it for you in his book, The 150 Healthiest Foods on Earth: The Surprising, Unbiased Truth About What You Should Eat and Why. This guide doesn’t just include which foods contain the most nutrients, but it also gives recipes for how to prepare some of the more exotic list-makers like yucca. And if you’re ailing from achy joints or a runny nose, Bowden tells you which foods are best for combating your condition. The 150 Healthiest Foods also educates you on how much of each food you should eat so that you absorb the health benefits without going overboard.
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