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This Southern classic is particularly popular in Alabama. As an appetizer, try dipping these fried morsels in ranch dressing.

1. Fried Green Tomatoes

2. Reindeer Sausage

The gamey meat has been an Alaskan staple since the late 19th century.

3. Enchiladas 

According to Flavored Nation, enchiladas in Arizona have a red sauce and are not extremely spicy.

In restaurants, fried fish is typically breaded with a combination of flour, cornbread, and seasonings and served with hushpuppies.

4. Fried Catfish

5. Fish Tacos

The traditional fish taco is composed of grilled or fried white fish, shredded cabbage, crema, pico de gallo, and a squeeze of lime.

Rocky mountain oysters are essentially fried bull testicles, not a type of seafood.

6. Rocky Mountain Oysters

7. Lobster Mac and Cheese

Sweet lobster chunks baked into a delicious mac and cheese dish shout "New England" more than anything else.

Apple cider vinegar is superior to ketchup as a condiment for French fries.

8. Fries with Vinegar

9. Key Lime Pie

Key limes, which are indigenous to the Florida Keys, are smaller, seedier, and more flavorful than other lime varieties.

Cobblers were created by combining fruit with clusters of biscuit dough that was "cobbled" together and then baked over an open flame. 

10. Peach Cobbler

Poke bowls are currently popular, but Hawaiians have been savoring them for years. With all of these delectable flavors, we can't say we blame them!

11. Poke

The potato is not Idaho's most iconic product, much to our dismay. 

12. Finger Steaks

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