March 4, 2021
Google July Fourth Doodle

Google Celebrates Independence Day with Yummy Doodle

This year’s Google July Fourth Doodle is a portal straight to the most-searched Indepence Day recipes on the web, state-by-state…

Google is already celebrating Independence Day a day early with a new doodle on its homepage. The all-American doodle showcases some of the most searched recipes on the web, categorized state-by-state. Google used Google Trends to build the animation. Clicking or tapping on the doodle reveals an interactive map.

Google July Fourth Doodle Serves Up Most-Searched Recipes

The doodle opens with a map of the U.S., embellished with various food items:

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Credit: Google

It quickly launches another landing page which reads, “Happy Fourth of July! Explore highly searched recipes from each of the fifty states & five territories — including yours!”

Google July Fourth Doodle recipes
Credit: Google

Here’s what Google writes in its blog post:

“To celebrate the the United States’ birthday—and one of the most scrumptious holidays of the summer — today’s Doodle shares top searched recipes in each U.S. state and territory. The results are as American as apple pie…and gumbo, goulash and spaghetti squash.

Click through the interactive map to find what recipes people are searching for based on Google Trends data, fun facts about the delectable dishes and a whole lot of inspiration for your upcoming Fourth of July menus. The fun doesn’t have to stop at food — check out Google Trends data to see what else people are searching for around Independence Day.”

Owen E. Richason IV

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