Nothing unusual here! Deep dish pizza was invented at Chicago's Pizzeria Uno in 1943 and has since become a symbol of the city.
Which consists of a hammered-thin slice of pork tenderloin that is dipped in flour, eggs, and breadcrumbs and then deep-fried.
The Iowa State Fair is one of the nation's largest summer festivals, so it is not surprising that batter-coated sausage is the region's signature dish.
If burnt ends are not your favorite portion of the brisket, you're missing out. Crispy, flavorful barbecue portions create the ideal sandwich filling.
Kentucky is home to numerous bourbon distilleries and a better method to utilize this alcoholic beverage than to incorporate it into a dessert.
There are numerous classic New Orleans dishes, but jambalaya is a fixture in Louisiana.
Maine is renowned for its chilly lobster rolls, just as Connecticut is known for its warm lobster rolls during the winter months.
And Maryland does its best by using blue crabs from the Chesapeake Bay to bake its cakes.
Clam chowder is made with clams, potatoes, shallots, and milk or cream, which gives it its signature richness and white hue.
You may think of meat hand pies as a British delicacy, but they are also a Michigan tradition.
You'd better trust it! The ultimate comfort cuisine for potato-loving Midwesterners is hotdish.
This chocolate-filled pie, named for the thick muck that flows along the Mississippi River, has become a national favorite among dessert lovers.