The search is on for the most desired side dishes this Thanksgiving.

On Tuesday, Google released its list of the most uniquely searched Turkey Day side dishes in each state in America; these tasty concoctions are those that are searched for the most in a given state, as compared to the rest of the United States. 

No matter the state, Thanksgiving sides like pecan pie, casseroles, and butternut squash — as well as dishes based on sweet potatoes and yams — are among the most popular. Indeed, sweet potato- and yam-based dishes reign supreme in more than one in five of all US states.

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But some states opt for more surprising choices. South Dakotans pick “ambrosia salad” — a “spin on a traditional fruit salad that typically includes pineapple, mandarin oranges, coconut, nuts and miniature marshmallows,” according to the website My Baking Addition. And Ohio residents opt for “7 layer salad,” a side dish with seven ingredients that generally includes chopped iceberg lettuce, celery, green bell pepper, purple onion, English peas, cheese and crumbled bacon bits. 

Here’s the full list of the most uniquely searched Thanksgiving side dishes on Google, state-by-state, for 2017:

  1. Alabama: Squash casserole
  2. Alaska: Green beans
  3. Arizona: Pumpkin roll
  4. Arkansas: Sweet potato pie
  5. California: Stuffing
  6. Colorado: Pecan pie
  7. Connecticut: Sausage stuffing
  8. Delaware: Butternut squash
  9. Florida: Corn souffle
  10. Georgia: Squash casserole
  11. Hawaii: Sweet potato
  12. Idaho: Sourdough bread
  13. Illinois: Sweet potato casserole
  14. Indiana: Roasted sweet potatoes
  15. Iowa: Corn casserole
  16. Kansas: Yams
  17. Kentucky: Broccoli casserole
  18. Louisiana: Yams
  19. Maine: Mashed squash
  20. Maryland: Collard greens
  21. Massachusetts: Butternut squash
  22. Michigan: Roasted brussel sprouts
  23. Minnesota: Thanksgiving sweet potatoes
  24. Mississippi: Cornbread dressing
  25. Missouri: Thanksgiving rolls
  26. Montana: Cranberry sauce
  27. Nebraska: Sweet potatoes
  28. Nevada: Pecan pie
  29. New Hampshire: Homemade stuffing
  30. New Jersey: Butternut squash soup
  31. New Mexico: Pecan pie
  32. New York: Acorn squash
  33. North Carolina: Corn pudding
  34. North Dakota: Sweet potatoes
  35. Ohio: 7 layer salad
  36. Oklahoma: Cornbread dressing
  37. Oregon: Ambrosia salad
  38. Pennsylvania: Candied sweet potatoes
  39. Rhode Island: Stuffing
  40. South Carolina: Cornbread dressing
  41. South Dakota: Ambrosia salad
  42. Tennessee: Mac and cheese
  43. Texas: Broccoli rice casserole
  44. Utah: Yams
  45. Vermont: Butternut squash
  46. Virginia: Corn pudding
  47. Washington: Green beans
  48. West Virginia: Broccoli salad
  49. Wisconsin: Garlic mashed potatoes
  50. Wyoming: Sweet potatoes

All these delicious sides come with a price: Americans will spend around $2,983,000,000 on food for Thanksgiving dinner this year, and the average household spends about $60 on the spread, according to Statisticsbrain.com. Last year, the American Farm Bureau Federation found it would cost even less — a total of $49.87 for a “classic Thanksgiving dinner” for a party of 10, which cooks up to slightly less than $5 per person.