It is believed that European immigrants carried apple pie to the United States, but it has since firmly established itself on the American culinary landscape.
Presently, a cheeseburger can be found on nearly every American menu.
Chicago's deep dish to New York's foldable pizza, it remains one of the most popular dishes available.
The history of Nashville hot chicken is as fiery as the dish itself.
Nothing says comfort cuisine quite like combining carbohydrates with additional carbohydrates.
Some prefer it sweet, others prefer it piquant, and others add ingredients such as jalapeo or cheddar.
Jambalaya is a Cajun and Creole dish from Louisiana that is both entertaining to say and enjoyable to consume.
Country fried steak, also known as chicken fried steak, is cubed beef sirloin breaded and fried in the same manner as chicken.
The origins of meatloaf are so diverse that numerous cultures can claim it as their own.
Whether served as a side dish or as a main dish with meat or vegetables, macaroni and cheese is a favorite among everyone from infants to chefs.
If the peanut butter and jelly sandwich were not older than sliced bread, you could label it the best thing since sliced bread.
It's easy to presume that chicken and waffles are a relatively new dish, given their meteoric rise in popularity over the past decade.