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    Foods of the States, ranked and mapped

    entertaining article.

    The Great American Menu: Foods Of The States, Ranked And Mapped

    Cincinnati chili, bringing up the rear...


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    Re: Foods of the States, ranked and mapped

    Saw deep dish pizza at number one, laughed and closed link.



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    Re: Foods of the States, ranked and mapped

    I'd say Iowa should be tenderloins or pork chops over corn dogs.


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    Re: Foods of the States, ranked and mapped

    Yeah, when I saw NY Pizza at #22 and Chicago Pizza at #1, I rolled my eyes. But for some reason I kept reading, and when I saw that Skyline Chili was at #52, behind "being hit by a car," some of my faith had been restored to the author.


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    Re: Foods of the States, ranked and mapped

    Lord this was funny! I lost it at "jello with carrots in it".



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    Re: Foods of the States, ranked and mapped

    Quote Originally Posted by klamath632 View Post
    Yeah, when I saw NY Pizza at #22 and Chicago Pizza at #1, I rolled my eyes. But for some reason I kept reading, and when I saw that Skyline Chili was at #52, behind "being hit by a car," some of my faith had been restored to the author.
    If you're going to put Chicago Style Deep Dish Pizza at #1, at least call it by its proper name: Chicago Style Round Lasagna. The guy just loves lasagna in round form.



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    Re: Foods of the States, ranked and mapped

    Rhode Island likes hot wieners.




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    Re: Foods of the States, ranked and mapped

    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Janny View Post
    entertaining article.

    The Great American Menu: Foods Of The States, Ranked And Mapped

    Cincinnati chili, bringing up the rear...
    I was in Lexington, Ky and there was a Gold Star Chili by my hotel. I went in for lunch and I have to admit I had never heard of Cincinnati chili before. I wish I still never heard of it. That stuff was nasty. How bad is the food in Cincinnati if that is what they are known for ?


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    Re: Foods of the States, ranked and mapped

    Anybody up for a road trip to Montana?



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    Re: Foods of the States, ranked and mapped

    burgoo is nasty, also Jambalaya should be the food of Louisiana not gumbo.



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    Re: Foods of the States, ranked and mapped

    Quote Originally Posted by Krug View Post
    Lord this was funny! I lost it at "jello with carrots in it".
    Actually quite good. The carrots are grated and add a really good texture with a subtle flavor.



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    Re: Foods of the States, ranked and mapped

    Looks like Indiana got the tenderloins. At least they do them right. (Iowa style)



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    Re: Foods of the States, ranked and mapped

    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Janny View Post
    entertaining article.

    The Great American Menu: Foods Of The States, Ranked And Mapped

    Cincinnati chili, bringing up the rear...
    I can't believe they put Montana Rocky Mountain Oysters at 25. They are tolerable, at best, if you are starving or at the end of a 12 pack and hitting on the rancher's daughter.



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    Re: Foods of the States, ranked and mapped

    Quote Originally Posted by tman24 View Post
    I'd say Iowa should be tenderloins or pork chops over corn dogs.
    Frigging homemade meat pies in Nebraska? Never had one/never heard of them. Thinking sweet corn, tenderloins, angus burgers. Who is this guy? Was he thinking Runza? And for the record, some of these things listed are worse than Cincy chilli.


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    Re: Foods of the States, ranked and mapped

    Instead of a competing thread I'd also throw this state listing. This is every state by the brand name their state is most known for.

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