This delicacy is not exclusive to the Olive Garden! It is believed that toasted ravioli originated in an Italian neighborhood of St. Louis.
Bison is an exceptional source of lean protein, as well as B vitamins, zinc, iron, and selenium.
Did you know that maize can be deep-fried? Nebraska elevates this summertime staple to a higher level.
With its strip of opulent hotels and high-end restaurants, Las Vegas has become a culinary destination for many people.
As the official state fruit of New Hampshire, pumpkins are used to make soups, roasted dishes, and baked products.
It depends on where you live in the state whether you call it a pork roll or a Taylor ham sandwich.
According to Flavored Nation, tamales are typically consumed on holidays such as Christmas and New Year's.
Buffalo chicken wings are a New York City staple, particularly in bars and pubs.
This southern state is renowned for its comfort dishes, such as macaroni and cheese, cornbread, and shrimp and grits.
North Dakota understands rhubarb stalks are a delicious addition to summer pies.
Chili-topped spaghetti? Unique to Ohio! For more information on this uniquely Midwestern dish.
There is a high chance that you've seen chicken-fried steak on the menu at an Oklahoma diner.