The best time-based trends on Compare Stuff come from phrases that are new:

Trends of more traditional things are less marked, but perhaps still interesting (I think you should ignore the 2007 blip – I’ve just looked into this in some detail but still can’t figure out why it’s happening for quite a lot of queries – sorry). Is cauliflower cheese showing zero growth compared to more trendy vegetable treatments?

Is pak choi showing a meteoric rise?

Do you have a restaurant and want it to be riding the wave of the latest culinary fashion? Maybe you should run your menu through Compare Stuff to see what’s hot and what’s not.

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