Tuesday, January 20, 2015

What food is your state know for? Minnesota-Tennessee

MINNESOTA-Juicy Lucy  Hamburger Cheese is melted inside  Matt's Bar and 5-8 Club both claim they invented it   MISSISSIPPI-Mississippi Mud Pie  Layers of gooey chocolate usually topped with chopped pecans or walnuts or marshmallows.  MISSOURI-Ribs off a low and slow barbecue smoker in Kansas City.  MONTANA-Huckleberry Pie  NEBRASKA-Grilled corn on cob with a little butter and salt&pepper.  NEVADA-Classic shrimp cocktail Las Vegas claims to have invented seafood-in-a-glass appetizer in the 1950's.  NEW HAMPSHIRE-Different kinds of maple-infused breakfast foods.  Waffle with maple butter and cinnamon sugar at Parker's Maple Barn in Mason.  NEW JERSEY-Overstuffed sub. One of the Garden State's many sandwich shops. NEW MEXICO-"Christmas style" and ladle green and red chili enchiladas or anything else.  NEW YORK-Nosh on a chewy bagel, shmear, and lox from a New York bagel shop.  NORTH CAROLINA-Krispy Kreme donut from the original shop in Winston-Salem.  NORTH DAKOTA-"chippers" from Widman's Candyshop  Thick-ridged Red Valley Potato Chips covered in chocolate, peanut butter or white almond.  OHIO-Cinncinnati chili spiced with cinnamon and cloves. Spooned over spaghetti, then covered with kidney beans, diced onion and grated cheddar cheese.  OKLAHOMA-Chicken-fried steak A breaded piece of thin and tenderized steak.  OREGON-Oregon hazelnuts "filberts"-raw or toasted or in a spread.  PENNSYLVANIA-Philly Cheese Steak  Debuted in Philadelphia in 1930.  RHODE ISLAND-Calamari The official appetizer of the state.  Sauteed squid with thin slices of pickled hot peppers and served with a side of marina sauce.  SOUTH CAROLINA-Shrimp and grits  Served from breakfast to dinner.  SOUTH DAKOTA-Kuchen Official state dessert Kutchen is German for cake  TENNESSEE-Elvis Presley's favorite sandwich. Peanut butter, banana and bacon.

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