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Tiramisu: what Europe on the web thinks about it – Italian Cuisine

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Never as much during the lockdown did we rediscover our love for the kitchen (and especially for the oven): in the long months spent at home we started to propose the dishes we had forgotten and, between March and June, the searches for recipes on the Internet they increased in Europe by 136% (data Google Trends). But what are the sweets that we have tried (and therefore tried to make) the most? The online cake shop JackandBeyond.com analyzed the research volumes of the most popular cakes in some European countries to reveal which ones are the favorites.

And perhaps it is not so surprising that the most loved dessert in three out of ten countries is the very Italian tiramisu: France, Belgium and Italy love the iconic coffee dessert, and demonstrate it with 246,000, 40,500 and 246,000 searches per month (respectively). There cheesecake it is the second most popular cake, a favorite in the Czech Republic (27,100) and Greece (9,400). In Spain, however, the most loved is the simple Carrots pie, which beat not only the cheesecake, but also the tiramisu and even the tocino de cielo (a typical Spanish dessert made with caramelized egg yolk and sugar): 34,000 Spaniards look for it every month. In Germany we prefer the muffin (100,000 searches), in the UK the chocolate cake (90,500), in Poland on mazurek, an Easter cake made with chocolate and jam (60,000) and in the Netherlands i cupcakes (27,100).

Let's go back toItaly. Immediately after the tiramisu, in second place is the iconic cheesecake, sought after by 201,000 people a month. The third place was conquered by the sponge cake, with 90,500 Google searches per month. In fourth, fifth and sixth place there are muffins, chiffon cake and English soup: 74,000, 60,500 and 49,500 people, every month, through web searches, they show a passion for these three desserts. Followed by cupcakes (40,500), panettone (27,100), pavlova (22,200) and buccellato (12,100).

Another recipe deserves special mention: JackandBeyond has discovered that i cannabis brownies 5,400 searches per month are searched on Google.

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Pumpkin Pancakes – Forget About It!

I was browsing the web for some pumpkin recipe ideas, when
came across this lovely looking stack of pancakes. I clicked the image link
to see who was responsible for such sexy seasonality, and as I watched some
blog called “Food Wishes” load, I realized I’d clicked on one of my
own recipes. 

I guess after doing over 750 videos I’m allowed to forget about
one once in a while. Besides, the beautiful photography threw me off.

Anyway, I figured it was the universe’s way of telling me to
repost it, since it’s the perfect time of year to give those flapjacks a
pumpkin makeover. You can get the ingredients, and read the original post here.

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