Earlier this year, the Huffington Post published a map of the United States showing which cuisine is most disproportionately represented in each state. It produced some obvious findings: In Texas, Tex-Mex restaurants dominate. Georgia loves Southern food. In Pennsylvania, it's cheese steaks. But in Maryland, the most popular cuisine didn't have a thing to do with crabs or oysters or anything else pulled from the Chesapeake Bay. We are, apparently, all about Peruvian food.