US State Signature Foods You Must Taste

Alabama loves this Southern classic. Remember to create remoulade for dipping!

Alabama: Fried Green Tomatoes

Alaska has led the American smoked salmon industry since the 19th century. It's no wonder this treat is so popular.

Alaska: Smoked Salmon

As a Mexican hot dog, it consists of a bacon-wrapped frankfurter with pinto beans, grilled onions, jalapeños, mustard, and mayonnaise.

Arizona: Sonoran Hot Dog

Arkansas' freshwater has this tasty staple. Fried fish in restaurants is commonly breaded with flour, cornmeal, and seasonings.

Arkansas: Fried Catfish

Fish tacos, invented in Baja California, Mexico, include grilled or fried white fish, shredded cabbage, crema, pico de gallo, and lime on corn tortillas.

California:Fish Tacos

Rocky Mountain oysters are fried bull testicles, not seafood!

Colorado: Rocky Mountain Oysters

This pizza is a New Haven, Connecticut-style white clam pie made with quahogs.

Connecticut: White Clam Pizza

The Pennsylvania Dutch invented this breakfast loaf, which Delaware proudly claims. Spices, pork, and cornmeal are pressed into patties and pan-fried.

Delaware: Scrapple

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