Culinary Adventure Across USA - Part 2 Of 5
- NIYATI SHINDE
- UPDATED May 21, 2018
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After the 1st part of Best American Food From Each State, here's the Part 2 for you...
A coveted surf destination in USA, Hawaiians love their food! Especially their breakfast which consists of spam, eggs and rice. A fancy version of it being Spam Musubi.
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Just two words, Finger Steaks! An Idahoan swears by these fried beef sticks dipped twice in a spiced batter giving it a thick, crunchy coating.
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Wondering what Homer Simpson eats in Springfield? Chicago-style-deep-dish-pizza thats what! It is a mind-boggling and outrageously indulgent sensory experience.
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The Pork Tenderloin Sandwich one gets in Indiana is to die for! Marinated in spiced buttermilk and then fried until crispy brown, the patty of this sandwich is heavenly and flavourful. Layer with lettuce, tomatoes, mayo, pickles and mustard and you are good to go.
Known for its cornfields, there is no doubt then that this Midwestern state would have corn related dishes as its delicacy. Chose either one of the two or indulge in both- Corndog and Grilled Sweet Corn on the Cob.
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Known for its vast expanse of rolling plains having beautiful sunflowers, no wonder Kansas is known as the Sunflower State. While in the state, it is a crime not to eat their Kansas City Style Ribs. Succulent, tender and intoxicating, these pork ribs are topped with a 15 ingredient barbeque sauce.
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This one is a no brainer! Kentucky Hot Browns are a must have while in the state. It is an open-faced turkey sandwich. Top it up with bacon and Mornay sauce and bake until the cheesy sauce turns golden brown.
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Louisianas favourite dish was invented back in the 18th century. This musical and cultural states popular dish is the humble but scrumptious Shrimp Gumbo. Thick shrimp and sausage stew served over an appetizing portion of white rice.
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This sea side state is known for its lighthouses, charming villages, pebbly beaches and lobsters! Indulge in lobsters- have it the traditional way (freshly boiled and dipped in hot clarified butter) or have it as a Lobster Roll.
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Having abundant coastlines and waterways, this beautiful state is known for its Crab Cakes. The way to a Marylanders heart is through sweet fleshed blue crabs!
Hungry? Here's more.. American Food You Must Try - Part 3