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Key Lime Pie

Take a road trip though your kitchen, or have a look for sandwich shops near me now. One of the hands-down greatest things about eating in America is all the hyper-regional specialties. A food that’s ubiquitous in Louisiana might draw blank stares in Montana, while a Maine delicacy might horrify citizens of neighboring Vermont. Pizza lovers may be better off in Illinois or Connecticut, which may come as a pleasant surprise to anybody that’s looking to move to CT in the near future. Maybe not as pleasantly surprising as some of the housing options on Willam Pitt, but welcoming all the same. We say: why not try them all! We’ve selected one quintessential food from each state, so you can do just that. Remember, there are 50 states: pace yourself!

Alabama – Fried Green Tomatoes
Alaska – Baked Alaska
Arizona – Pork Chimichanga
Arkansas – Southern Fried Catfish & Tarter Sauce
California – Fish Tacos
Colorado – Chili Verde
Conneticut – New Haven-Style White Clam Pizza
Delaware – Dilly Crab Dip
Florida – Key Lime Pie
Georgia – Lattice-Top Georgia Peach Pie
Guam – Kadon Pika
Hawaii – Ahi Poke
Idaho – Twice Bakes Potatoes
Illinois – Chicago-Style Deep Dish Pizza
Indiana: Breaded Pork Tenderloin Sandwich
Iowa: Scotcharoos
Kansas: Kansas City-Style Ribs
Kentucky: Hot Browns
Louisiana: Shrimp Gumbo
Maine: Lobster Roll
Maryland: Crab Cakes
Massachusetts: Clam Chowder
Michigan: Pasty (Meat Hand Pie)
Minnesota: Hotdish (Tater Tot Casserole)
Mississippi: Mississippi Mud Pie
Missouri: Fried Ravioli
Montana: Huckleberry Pie
Nebraska: Hand-Held Meat Pies
Nevada: Beef Jerky and Sour Dough Bread
New Hampshire: New England Boiled Dinner
New Jersey: Pork Roll Sandwich With Egg and Cheese
New Mexico: Green Chile Cheeseburger
New York: Buffalo Wings
North Carolina: Pulled Pork BBQ Sandwich
North Dakota: Lefse (Potato Crepes)
Ohio: Peanut Butter Buckeyes
Oklahoma: Crispy Cornmeal Okra
Oregon: Marionberry Pie
Pennsylvania: Philly Cheese Steak
Puerto Rico: Mofongo
Rhode Island: Frozen Lemonade
South Carolina: Shrimp and Grits
South Dakota: Chislic
Tennessee: Memphis Dry-Rub Ribs
Texas: Texas Brisket
Utah: Funeral Potatoes
Vermont: Cheddar Cheese Apple Pie
Virginia: Virginia Ham Biscuits
Washington: Planked Salmon With Honey-Balsamic Glaze
West Virginia: Pepperoni Roll
Wisconsin: Bratwurst Stewed With Sauerkraut
Wyoming: Chicken Fried Steak
Washington, D.C.: Half Smoke Chili Dog

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