Discover the most-iconic dishes that define each state.
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The Cotton State is known for tomato pie, orange rolls, crab cakes, fried chicken and other indulgent creations.
The Last Frontier features fresh-caught seafood, locally grown vegetables and other bright bites.
The Sunset State offers some incredible eats, including authentic Mexican fare and colossal steaks fit for a cowboy.
The Land of Opportunity features world-class barbecue pork, creamy Possum Pie, stuffed-to-the-max tamales and more.
The Golden State is brimming with seafood stew, fish tacos, avocado toast and more fresh flavors.
The Centennial State boasts a culinary canon that encompasses Rocky Mountain oysters, elk-jalapeno sausages and more.
The Nutmeg State lures diners with local takes on lobster rolls, hot dogs, ice cream, pizza and more.
Ocean access, fertile farmland and abundant orchards mean there's plenty to feast on in the First State.
The Sunshine State is a mecca for lovers of seafood, Southern fare and island specialties.
Taste your way through the Empire State of the South with pecans, peaches, fried chicken and more.
The Aloha State is bursting with bold flavors, such as Kona coffee, shaved ice and loco moco.
The Gem State dazzles with culinary jewels like golden fries, ruby-red trout, plump huckleberries and more.
The Prairie State sizzles with international flavors inspired by Polish, Latino and other culinary traditions.
The Hoosier State is hopping with hunger-inducing eats like breaded pork tenderloin sandwiches and sugar cream pies.
The Hawk-Eye State keeps appetites soaring with spice-studded sandwiches, sweet corn and more.
The Sunflower State is blooming with tempting bites that include well-smoked barbecue ribs and chicken fried steak.
The Bluegrass State offers superb bites adorned with Southern accents, such as deviled eggs topped with smoked trout.
The Pelican State delivers distinctive eats that include seafood-studded gumbo and sugar-doused beignets.
The Pine Tree State teems with vibrant foods, such as lobster, haddock, clams and blueberries.
The Old Line State serves beyond-basic bites, such as Maryland pit beef, Cow Tales, crab cakes and more.
The Bay State is awash in apple cider doughnuts, Portuguese pastries and uber-fresh seafood, like fried clams.
The Great Lakes State makes waves with winning bites that include Detroit-style pizza and double-baked rye bread.
The North Star State shines with stellar dishes that include hearty sausages and comforting soups.
Explore the many branches of the Magnolia State's culinary scene, which is characterized by layer cakes, crawfish and more.
The Show-Me State appeals to all the senses with meat-studded pizzas, chocolate-stuffed croissants and more.
The Treasure State yields a bounty of exceptional food, including some of the best beef in the country.
Master the Cornhusker State's culinary maze with a taste of chicken-fried steak, signature sandwiches and more.
The Silver State sparkles with culinary treasures that include succulent steaks and spectacular casino spreads.
The Granite State rocks it with culinary gems that include steamer clams, poutine and farmhouse pâté.
Plant yourself in the Garden State for a taste of tomato pie, disco fries, panzarotti and other classic plates.
The Land of Enchantment stokes the appetite with fiery, flavorful eats such as red chile posole and huevos rancheros.
The Empire State nails it with notorious dishes that include coal-fired pizzas, bagels and lox, egg creams and hot dogs.
Smoky ribs, fresh-caught shrimp and plucked-from-the-tree peaches are just a few of the most-iconic treats that await.
Head to the Peace Garden State for seven-layer desserts, meat from the range and cheesy pasta with roots all across Europe.
The Buckeye State brings a lot to the table, including Cincinnati chili, pierogis and Polish-style sausages.
Feast like a rancher on the Sooner State's best steak, chili, chicken-fried steak and fried pies.
The Beaver State is swimming in stellar dishes made with ingredients plucked from local farms, vineyards and dairies.
The Keystone State is stuffed with meat-stacked hoagies, fry-topped salads, hand-twisted pretzels and more.
The Ocean State is overflowing with iconic dishes that include dynamites, hot weiners, hermit cookies and doughboys.
The Palmetto State fans the appetite for Southern-accented bites like she-crab soup and peach corn muffins.
Chisel away at iconic eats in the Mount Rushmore State like Indian fry bread, beer-battered walleye and more.
The Volunteer State enlists fiery spices, creamy buttermilk and more for must-try dishes like hot chicken and biscuits.
The Lone Star State stands out for its big, bold flavors that shine through in the barbecue, chili and more.
The Beehive State is swarming with buzzworthy dishes, including pastrami burgers, potato tots and wild game chili.
The Green Mountain State boasts a bounty of fresh foods that are raised, crafted, caught and foraged locally.
The Old Dominion State possesses a vast territory of culinary riches like buttery oysters, golden biscuits and more.
The Evergreen State flourishes with fresh coastal seafood, eastern vineyards and, of course, abundant coffee shops.
The Mountain State is stacked with comforting classics such as biscuits ‘n’ gravy and homestyle meatloaf.
America's Dairyland dishes out decadent eats, including sweet-salty cheeses and spice-laden sausages.
The Cowboy State harnesses a range of unexpected flavors in its regional dishes, such as chili studded with buffalo brisket.
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