What's your state food?

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  1. Expat

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    This here is why Hoosiers are bigger than your average American. The state food is the pork tenderloin sandwich. Some places do them larger than others. Here's a shot from the Edinburg Diner. I like the fact that this guy also got a side of fries.

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    What's your state got to offer?
     
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    Pa does not have an official State food.
     
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    I would argue it's scrapple. No other state would eat that.
     
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    Chitterlings and polk salad
     
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    I personally prefer fried Racoon and black currant jam Sammiches with a side of grits.
     
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    Kangaroo.... :D
     
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    Ha! Like Europe has kangaroos! Those are exclusive to S America.
     
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    Everyone in Wisconsin loves deep fried cheese curds!

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    In California, it's probably either burgers or burritos
     
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    We have a state meal.

    It’s dumb.

    Who eats bbq pork and chicken fried steak in the same meal?
     
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    Veggie burger?
     
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    I would have to guess that wallaby or Wombat is closer to Racoon, Plus I don't want to be eatin 'Roo for a month.
     
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    West Virginia Pepperoni Roll
    The pepperoni roll was first sold by Giuseppe "Joseph" Argiro at the Country Club Bakery in Fairmont, West Virginia, in 1927. The rolls originated as a lunch option for the coal miners of north-central West Virginia in the first half of the 20th century. Pepperoni rolls do not need to be refrigerated for storage and could readily be packed for lunch by miners. Pepperoni and other Italian foods became popular in north-central West Virginia in the early 20th century, when the booming mines and railroads attracted many immigrants from Italy. (Wikipedia)

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    Yellow meated preferred.
     
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    Anything that walks crawls swims slithers or flies. Oh and beer and whiskey too :D
     
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    We import them here to Austria ! We were eating the mountain goats at an alarming rate so needed a substitute !!
     
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    Yumm! Goat sausage and quail egg Quiche .
     
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    Toasted ravioli and gooey butter cake was invented in STL
     
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    BC has no provincial food so to speak.......because we have such a huge density of multicultural cuisines, we have the whole gambit here. Its pretty insane actually the choice of food. (both eat in, take out and groceries)
     

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