There’s no arguing that the United States of America is vast. When it comes to size, it’s one of the biggest countries in the world. That fact in and of itself makes the country unique, but the most delicious result of our broad landscape are the far-flung and varied regional delicacies that you won’t see anywhere else in the world. In this country, you might find fish tacos in California that you’d be hard-pressed to find in Montana and bbq in Texas that has no comparison in Ohio. Each corner of this great country has a food culture all its own. But how well do you know your American food? Can you guess which states these 9 iconic dishes come from?
1) We’ll lob you an easy one to start. This regional sandwich is an icon and kind of a culinary obsession. And with tender ribeye, ooey-gooey cheese, and savory onions all tucked in a crusty white roll, it’s easy to see why tourists flock to the region for this sandwich. After all, many say that you can’t really get a true cheesesteak outside of…
Philly! We’re sure you knew this one, but the Philly cheesesteak hails from Pennsylvania. Beloved since the 1930s, it’s maybe the only sandwich that has an ordering culture all its own. But whether you order yours “with” or “without,” it’s sure to be delicious.
Do you know what state the next dish comes from?
2) This green chili usually features pork and always features a green chile pepper that’s only grown in this region… Do you know where Chile Verde comes from?
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