The United States is a big, diverse country in both its landscape and its tablescapes. A breakfast in, say, New York or Washington state is going to stereotypically look a lot different than the things Southerners have on their breakfast table or what folks in the Midwest start their day with. And way beyond breakfast, it seems like every state has some type of food it’s truly known for. To determine the most iconic food in every state, The Daily Meal looked at regional specialties and official state foods. When a state had neither, the output and culture of that state was considered. For example, Delaware doesn’t have many historical ties to scrapple, but Delawareans sure do love the stuff. What dish, drink or food best represents the place you call home? Read on to find out the most iconic food in your state.
(Carolyn Menyes, The Daily Meal)