Canadianliving.com Food Trends Report; Period compared: July 2010 vs. July 2011
The Food Trends Report is a monthly review of food trends among Canadian home cooks. CanadianLiving.com has been an authority in the Canadian online food community since 1996 and welcomes over 1.3 million visitors monthly.
(PRWEB) August 10, 2011
CANADIAN CRAVING OF THE MONTH
Chicken breasts – jumped 135% from last year to 12th overall.
“While the top 10 this July remained fairly level with last year – burgers, salmon, salsa, etc. – chicken breasts leaped 135% to the 12th position, demonstrating a huge revival in this lean, barbecue-friendly and flavour-neutral cut of meat,” explains CanadianLiving.com Food Editor, Colleen Tully. “This trend suggests we’ll see chicken breasts easily reach top 10 in August.”
“With specialty tea shops sprouting up in communities across Canada, it’s no surprise to see Canadians searching for iced tea recipes in hot, hazy July,” suggests Tully. “Quinoa – the darling of 2011 – evolves into “quinoa salad” during warm months, tossing easily with fresh herbs and local produce. Our love affair with cheesecake continues, this month matched squarely with in-season strawberries. “
New trend: blueberry muffins – down 40%
New trend: bread recipes – down 70%
New trend: Chicken wings – down 40%
Cake – down 49%
Macaroni salad – down 29%
“With everything “strawberry” up this year, everything “blueberry” is down, especially blueberry muffins. Is there room for only one rock star berry in our kitchens? Chicken wings come as a surprise, but last month we saw fattier meats like ribs and lamb lose traction as well. And if you’re thinking of bringing macaroni salad to your next potluck, consider trendier quinoa salad instead.”
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