Did you know that each state is known for a specific food?
Take a look below to see which foods belongs to each state. Warning, it will make you VERY hungry, but you’ll be prepared when going out to eat next time you travel.
Nothing says Southern Comfort like shrimp & grits!
Santa won't be too happy with this one, but Alaska is known for their Reindeer hot dogs!
They are known for tacos, burritos, and any other delicious Mexican foods.
Fried pickles! Batter up some pickles and toss them in the airfryer.
Did you know California invented avocado toast?
Known for their Rocky Mountain Oysters.
Known for their "New Haven style" pizza. If you know, you know.
Breakfast? Chicken. Lunch? Chicken. Dinner? Chicken. If you guessed Delaware is known for chicken, you'd be correct.
You can't take a trip to Florida and not have a slice of Key Lime Pie!
They don't call it the Peach State for nothing!
Healthy Poke Bowls help surfers keep up with their beach bodies in Hawaii!
Everyone knows Idaho is famously known for their potatoes. Mashed or fried, you'll always get some.
Move over deep dish pizza, make way for Italian beef sandwiches!
A Sugar Cream Pie is decadent and sweet, sure to win over any crowd.
Nothing says summer like a nice piece of corn on the cob.
Famously known for their barbecue dishes, ribs are amongst the most popular!
Fried Chicken! Do we need to say anymore?
All things Cajun, Crawfish, and of course Gumbo!
Has the best Lobsters around!
Don't be crabby because you don't live in Maryland and have access to fresh crab and Old Bay seasoning daily!
Home of the Red Sox, the Patriots, and the Boston Cream Pie!
Nothing says summer like a delicious cherry pie!
Besides being known for their freezing blizzards, Minnesota is also known for their warm and crunchy tater tots.
A little indulgence is sometimes needed with fresh biscuits and gravy!
Well known for their delicious Gooey Butter Cake.
Taking their meatballs up a notch by using bison meat!
Have you ever had a battered and deep fried grilled cheese sandwich? You might want to take a road trip to Nebraska if not.
Why choose just one food when you can have a whole buffet? After all, Vegas is known for their legendary buffets.
There is nothing better on a crisp fall afternoon than some apple cider donuts!
The possibility of flavors are endless for a tasty Salt Water Taffy snack!
Beef and Chicken Enchiladas are very popular in this state.
You might think a bagel is a bagel, but have you ever had a New York bagel? They are chewy and baked to perfection!
Home of the deviled egg!
If you want to switch up your regular hamburger order, trying a Bison Burger or head to North Dakota for one.
Chocolate and peanut butter is arguably one of the best combos out there. Ohio is known for their tasty Buckeyes!
You’ve heard of fried chicken but have you ever heard of fried steak?
Did you know that they are known for hazelnuts?
The capital of warm, gooey, and cheesy Philly Cheesesteak subs.
Summers in Rhode Island are filled with fried calamari and all things seafood!
Nothing cools you down on a hot summer's day like some sweet tea!
Kuchen is a popular German dessert (means "cake" in German) that is also very popular in North and South Dakota.
The only thing hotter than the temperature in Tennessee is the hot chicken!
Everything is bigger in Texas, even the Pecan Pies!
You won't catch people eating a regular burger, they prefer a pastrami burger!
If they could put maple syrup on their maple syrup, they would!
They love their apples! Apple pie, apple juice, apple cider, apple fritters, and anything else with apples.
Known for having some of the best salmon!
It doesn’t have to be Thanksgiving to enjoy cornbread!
Cheese, cheese, and more cheese!
Soda bread isn't just for the Irish, it's a staple from the people of Wyoming.