From Nadia Toffa to Rigopiano, Italy on Google in 2017
The list also shows three mourners in the entertainment world: Paolo Villaggio, Linkin Park leader Chester Bennington and Chris Cornell, Soundgarden voice. Among the most clicked dishes? The more substantial ones
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Share13 December 2017From Nadia Toffa to the Rigopiano hotel, from Italy-Sweden to Sanremo, from North Korea to Occidentalis' Karma. These are the words emerging in 2017 on Google, the popular search engine that every year compiles the list of terms that have registered the greatest increase in searches. Google divides the most interesting trends of the year into nine lists: emerging words, characters, events, the 'why', the 'how to', 'what it means', the goals of acanza, the recipes, the tickets of the most popular events in 2017.
Nadia Toffa delle Iene, who recently had health problems, has generated so much interest that she is first in both the word list and the Google character list. In this last list, three mourners also appear in the entertainment world: Paolo Villaggio, Linkin Park leader Chester Bennington and Chris Cornell, Soundgarden voice. Chiara Ferragni and Milan goalkeeper Donnarumma are among the most popular characters.
Among the emerging 'why' of Google users there are important issues such as Catalonia (because it wants independence) and North Korea (because it wants to attack the United States) but users question Google also to understand why 'whistle the ears'. And information is asked about the meaning of 'hypochondriac', 'ius soli', 'rosatellum'. Among the most popular holiday destinations on Google are Sicily, Greece and Sardinia. The most popular tickets for search engine users are those for Eicma 2017, the International Motorcycle Show, the concert by Vasco Rossi and Italy-Sweden, which sanctioned the exclusion of Italy from the World Cup.
The more recipes click? The more substantial ones
Other than growing health at the table: Google highlights the desire for hearty traditional dishes, from pasta alla carbonara to migliaccio and Neapolitan pastiera, from the Italian table. Among the emerging recipes, that is the ones that have registered the greatest increase according to the report "A year of Google research" published today by the Mountain View giant, the Neapolitan milestone stands out, followed by the carbonara, the pastiera, and the Sicilian caponata . Beyond these typical features, there are growing, among the emerging terms on the search engine, desserts of the anniversary such as the dove and the dead beans and great classics of Italian gastronomic culture: the Tuscan ribollita, the amatriciana, the castagnaccio, and the gateau of potatoes. Among the searches on Big G, not a few Italians want to try their hand at cooking and cooking. Among the Google search trends this year are those relating to how to make olives in brine, apricot jam, carbonara, pesto, and for dessert the custard.