Doordash and other delivery services have noticed some crazy trends as online ordering is gaining popularity among the epidemic.
In 2021, glazed donuts increased by 501% in Dordash, and bananas are the best-selling grocery item in the US at Uber Eats. A man spends a record $ 2,955 on DoorDash Order by buying 35 luxury perfumes.
Most recently, on Thanksgiving, Dordash has released its Top 20 most ordered items.
You may be surprised by the answers. Thanksgiving classics like turkey, stuffing and pumpkin pie are not top three.
Instead, the most popular foods are peach mango pie, dinner rolls and sirloin steak.
According to Filipino food blog Ang Sarup, the peach mango pie was first popularized by the Filipino fast food chain Jollybee as an alternative to McDonald’s popular apple pie dessert. With a presence in Europe, the Middle East, East Asia, Southeast Asia and North America, the chain has more than 1,400 locations worldwide. It was founded in the Philippines in 1978, but did not reach the US until 1998 in Dolly City, California.
According to LOVEBYLIFE, dinner rolls have recently become popular, especially with the rise of the light and fluffy Parker House Roll. While Americans have been serving steak for years, Sirloin steak was first coined in Great Britain when a king said, “Rise, Sir Loin”, especially after cutting a large steak, historians debate the accuracy of the story. To the BBC.
In addition to peach mango pie, dinner rolls and sirloin steak, people also ordered Thanksgiving novelties such as chocolate truffles, horchata and turkey potato balls.
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Here is a complete list of the top ordered foods on Doordash for the Thanksgiving Season:
- Peach mango pie
- Dinner Rolls
- Sirloin steak
- Potato chunks
- Roast turkey
- Corn Bread Muffin
- Mac and cheese
- Pesto pasta
- Fried chicken
- The Bolognese
- Chocolate Truffles
- Brussel sprouts
- Pumpkin halva
- Mashed potatoes
- Fish and Chips
- Turkey potato balls
- Cinnamon Apple Pie
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