The Most Iconic Food in Every State
Fried Green Tomatoes
Alabama loves this Southern classic. Ranch dressing makes these fried nibbles a delicious appetizer.
ALASKA: Reindeer Sausage
Since the late 19th century, Alaskans have eaten gamey meat, whether on a hot dog or on a reindeer sled.
Arizona's red-sauced enchiladas aren't hot, according to Flavored Nation. This dish is modest but flavorful.
Restaurants usually serve fried fish with hushpuppies and a flour-cornbread-spice breading.
A: Fish Tacos
Baja, California is the birthplace of the fish taco, which consists of grilled or fried white fish like cod or mahi-mahi.
COLORADO: Rocky Mountain Oysters
Rocky mountain oysters fried bull testicles are not seafood. Colorado loves these, regardless of their taste.
CONNECTICUT: Lobster Mac and Cheese
Sweet lobster chunks baked into mac and cheese are the quintessential New England dish.
DELAWARE: Fries with Vinegar
Apple cider vinegar is superior to ketchup as a condiment for French fries.
FLORIDA: Key Lime Pie
The Peninsula State's official pie, key lime pie, is made with fragrant key limes, eggs, and condensed milk.
GEORGIA: Peach Cobbler
Cobblers are made by baking fruit with "cobbled" biscuit dough over a fire.
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