New York pizza, Florida lemon pie, Chicago sausage sandwiches or Alaska king crabs are popular dishes.
Steak cheese (cheesesteak), Philadelphia:
The thin steak stuffed onions, onions and cheese are the favorite food in Philadelphia. The famous shops for this dish are in Italian markets, South Philadelphia like Pat’s King of Steaks and Geno’s Steaks.
Pizza fish, Chicago:
Fish pizza is baked on a round tray within 45 minutes, looking more like pizza than pizza. This dish is covered with a lot of cheese and tomato sauce, especially fish dishes from Giordano.
Beignets, New Orleans:
Beignet is a French word for oil donuts. Cake served with coffee, this is a wonderful harmony between French style cake and American donut.
New York style pizza:
Pizza with a thin, crunchy, large base covered with ooey-gooey mozzarella and a layer of tomato sauce is New York-style pizza. The dough is hand-crafted, then folded to facilitate eating. Strolling the streets of Little Italy, New York, you’ll find it easy to see both tourists and locals holding half-baked pizza pieces. In New York alone there are more than 400 pizza restaurants.
Lemon cake, Florida:
This is a wonderful combination of two sweet and sour flavors. It is thought that this type of cake was created by fishermen when they did not have an oven or fresh milk. Lemon cake is made from ingredients such as lemon juice, sweetened condensed milk and chicken egg yolk and crispy crust. Mrs. Mac’s Kitchen in Key Largo is famous for this lemon pie.
Sausage sandwiches, Chicago:
Beef sausage bread coated with diced white onion, yellow mustard, pickles, tomatoes, chili is the typical cake in Chicago. What is special is that the Chicago people never give the same type of bread to this sausage.
Burger “buffalo”, Wyoming:
This burger is actually made from American wild beef, the mammal that is grazed in the western United States. This meat is leaner and softer than regular beef, famous at the Local Restaurant and Bar for $ 14.
Oysters in Seattle and Washington:
Oysters are popular among Japanese people in the 1900s. Now, Kumamoto oysters are caught in the bays south of Puget Sound. One of the most famous oysters is Ballard Annex Oyster House.
Alaska emperor crab:
This is considered to be the world’s best emperor crab, perhaps due in part to the danger of catching, or because the frozen waters of Alaska create the most delicious crab meat. To enjoy this kind of crab, you just need to visit the Great Alaska Seafood Company website to order the food to take home.
Barbeque South American Barbecue:
Pork ribs or pork meat are smoked for hours, even days on hot coal, served with coleslaw, okra, green vegetables or corn cakes.