Grits and okra were popular this Thanksgiving in the South, while the Midwest enjoyed some "hot dish," according to maps created by Floating Sheep. Analyzing food-related geolocated tweets, the bloggers created the maps using the DOLLY project. Stuffing was eaten most in the Northeast and Southwest, while mashed turnips only turned up in the New York area. Pecan pie was strongest in the Southeast, but pumpkin and apple pies proved popular in many regions.
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