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The first part of the data comes to conclusions such as having bacon in a recipe makes it rate better in recipes for sandwiches, asparagus, salads, and all recipes overall, but it made ratings decrease for pasta and dessert. Also, foods with more ingredients had better ratings. There is also a chart that has the food fads in recipes from 2007 to 2013.
The second part of the data takes a look at the celebrity chefs on the site and who has the best rated recipes among them. Jeff Mauro has the highest rated recipes followed by Ina Garten, Alton Brown, Guy Fieri, Bobby Flay, Giada De Laurentiis, and Rachael Ray. There are also random facts such as Giada recipes being the most popular in Scottsdale, Arizona, and Alton Brown's recipes using the most salt and Rachael Ray's the most cheese.
The third part of the data focuses on Thanksgiving recipes and the best rated turkey, stuffing, pie, mashed potato and gravy recipes.
The final part of the data looks at the way each region in America rates dishes and which dishes are most popular in those regions. There are some interesting trends such as fried chicken being popular in the Midwest and Las Vegas, and cornbread being popular in Virginia Beach.
So, if you are interested in numbers and the Food Network, this article should interest you. Anything that stuck out to you as interesting or odd?