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  • From Bond Me to Cubanos.

  • Here is each state's favorite sandwich.

  • First up is Alabama's pulled chicken sandwich with white barbecue sauce.

  • Also known as Alabama white sauce.

  • The sauce is tangy, creamy and ridiculously good Reindeer.

  • Hot dogs can be found at street vendors across Alaska.

  • The sausage is made from reindeer or caribou, along with pork and beef.

  • Hot dog is usually split and grilled.

  • Despite the name, the fried bread taco isn't really a taco.

  • It's more like a taco sandwich.

  • Mash up The deep fried bread is topped with ground beef, lettuce, cheese and other standard taco toppings.

  • Fried bread was created by displaced native Americans in 18 64 fried bologna.

  • Sandwich is a timeless classic.

  • Baloney slices are fried and placed onto soft white bread with a schmear of mustard.

  • Simple but delicious people are obsessed with in and out burgers.

  • The most popular is the double double burger, with two Patties and two cheese slices.

  • You can also get a car bliss version with lettuce funds.

  • Ah, fool's gold loaf is more than 8000 calories.

  • It consists of ah, hollowed out loaf of bread filled with peanut butter grape jelly and a pound of bacon.

  • It was created by the Colorado Mine company in Denver and is rumored to have been an Elvis Presley favorite.

  • Legend has it that the king himself flew two hours to Denver just to satisfy his craving for the sandwich.

  • The first hamburger in the U.

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  • Was made in 18 95 at Louis Lunch in New Haven, Connecticut.

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  • Burger was sandwiched between two slices of toast, and the rest is history.

  • Louis Lunch is still cooking and serving the burgers the same way it did when it first opened.

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  • The Bobby at Capriati's is basically Thanksgiving on a roll.

  • It's made up of turkey cranberry sauce, stuffing and a generous schmear of mayo.

  • Except you can have this any time of the year.

  • The Cuban sandwich was actually created in Florida by Cuban immigrants.

  • It's gained immense popularity since and can be found on most restaurant menus in Florida today.

  • Pimento cheese is a southern favorite, and one of the best ways to eat it is in a sandwich.

  • The tanginess of the pimento peppers, combined with the richness of the cheese and mayonnaise, is an unbeatable combination.

  • Kalua pork sandwiches.

  • Earl Hawaiian favorite Kalua is a traditional Hawaiian cooking method that uses an underground oven called an Imu.

  • The pig is roasted slowly all day and acquires a deep, smoky flavor.

  • Huckleberries are the state fruit of Idaho, making a peanut butter and Huckleberry jam sandwich.

  • The states go to snack often compared to a blueberry, The Huckleberry is a little more tart and is often made into a jam.

  • Chicago's Italian beef consists of thin slices of roast beef simmered and served with gravy on a roll.

  • It could be ordered wet, meaning a little gravy over the bread or dipped, which means dipping the whole sandwich into gravy.

  • And to top it off, you can add giardiniera or sweet peppers.

  • Midwesterners love their pork tenderloin sandwiches.

  • Pork loin is thinly hammered, breaded deep fried and placed between hamburger buns and the bigger the pork tenderloin, the better.

  • The loose meat sandwich resembles a sloppy Joe without the tomato based sauce.

  • It tastes like a hamburger, but without the trimmings.

  • The Z Man sandwich from Joe's Kansas City barbecue is a hometown favorite of Kansas City.

  • It's made of a toasted Kaiser roll, thinly sliced brisket, smoked provolone to onion rings and some barbecue sauce.

  • The hot brown is an open face sandwich created at the Brown Hotel in Louisville, Kentucky.

  • Toasted bread is topped with turkey, tomato, mornay sauce and bacon and then broiled until crispy and brown.

  • Po boys are a Louisiana specialty.

  • They're usually made with roast beef or fried seafood, such as shrimp, crawfish or oysters, and served on New Orleans French bread.

  • Lobster rolls are considered a main staple, especially since the state is the largest lobster producing region in the world.

  • While editions differ from restaurant to restaurant, Maine lobster rolls are jam packed with lobster me on a New England style hot dog role.

  • The soft shell crab sandwich consists of a whole crab shell included soft shell crabs, air crabs that go through a molting process, shedding their hard outer shell and leaving an edible soft shell.

  • They're usually tossed in batter and deep fried to be eaten whole.

  • This gooey concoction is called a Fluffernutter.

  • It combines peanut butter with marshmallow fluff on soft white bread.

  • Marshmallow fluff was invented in Somerville, Massachusetts, in 1917.

  • A Michigan Coney dog consists of a hot dog topped with beef chili yellow mustard and finally diced white onions theme.

  • Juicy Lucy is a burger with a cheesy surprise.

  • Instead of getting the cheese on top, it's put into the middle of the burger.

  • Catfish is synonymous with Mississippi.

  • The state is the largest producer of farm raised catfish In the US locals love a battered and fried catfish.

  • The burnt ends sandwich is a must have in Kansas City, Missouri.

  • Burnt ends are the crispy point ends of a smoked brisket.

  • They're cut into one inch cubes and cooked further.

  • Each piece comes out a bit.

  • Charred but intensely flavorful and juicy on the inside.

  • Pork chop Johns began serving boneless fried pork chop sandwiches from a wagon in 1924.

  • While it has moved from the wagon to a brick and mortar, restaurants still uses the same recipe.

  • The runs A is native to Nebraska.

  • It's basically a hot pocket with beef, cabbage or sauerkraut and onions.

  • It originated from Nebraska's German and Russian immigrant population.

  • Some consider a patty melt, a cross between a grilled cheese and a hamburger with caramelized onions and melted cheese.

  • Juicy, luscious flavors are guaranteed with every bite.

  • The Monte Cristo is a fried ham and cheese sandwich to make it an even more decadent meal.

  • Drench it in New Hampshire maple syrup.

  • Depending on where you're from in Jersey, you'll either call it a corporal or a Taylor ham.

  • Either way, it's a delicious breakfast sandwich that could be found in almost every Delhi and diner in New Jersey.

  • Green chili cheeseburgers are extremely popular in New Mexico.

  • This is because green chili or the hatch pepper is grown in the Hatch Valley region.

  • When roasted and added to a cheeseburger, it adds a smoky, buttery flavor.

  • No one does bagels better than New York City, and there is nothing as iconic as a bagel with cream cheese and smoked salmon.

  • Popular Deli Russ and Daughters typically sells 200 smoked salmon bagels and in additional £150 of hand sliced salmon on a busy day, the pulled pork sandwich is a must have in North Carolina.

  • There are two barbecue styles in different parts of the state.

  • Eastern and Lexington.

  • Eastern focuses on whole hog barbecuing with a vinegar based sauce, while Lexington Style uses Onley pork shoulder with tangy ketchup based sauce.

  • The hot beef sandwich is a favorite in North Dakota diners.

  • It's made with sliced beef and a scoop of mashed potatoes.

  • And best of all, it's smothered with hot beef gravy.

  • The Polish boy consists of a kielbasa, which is a Polish sausage covered with coleslaw, french fries and barbecue sauce on a bun.

  • It's native to Cleveland, Ohio.

  • Chicken fried steak is a comfort food in Oklahoma.

  • The only way to make it even better is to put it between two buns and eat it with your hands.

  • Grilled cheese is the best, especially made with Tillamook cheese.

  • Tillamook Creamery makes cheese and other dairy goods in Oregon at full capacity.

  • The Cream Recon churn out more than £160,000 of Tillamook cheese a day.

  • You can't think of Pennsylvanian food without mentioning the Philly cheesesteak invented in you've guessed it Philadelphia.

  • The sandwich is made up of thinly sliced pieces of beef steak and melted cheese.

  • The hot wiener dog is a Rhode Island favorite.

  • Thes sausages are topped with yellow mustard meat sauce and chopped onions.

  • What's impressive is how the grillers prepare them.

  • Balancing up to nine wieners on their forearm.

  • Pulled pork sandwich is also popular in South Carolina, specifically in the central part of the state.

  • Pulled pork is accompanied by Carolina gold sauce.

  • The yellow sauce is a mixture of mustard vinegar, brown sugar and other spices.

  • The pheasant sandwich is an old classic dating back to World War Two.

  • Soldiers would pass through Aberdeen, South Dakota, where a canteen was serving free and delicious pheasant sandwiches.

  • The sandwich is also popular because the pheasant is South Dakota's most famous game bird.

  • The hot chicken sandwich is a Nashville original.

  • Diners find themselves weeping with joy at how delicious and spicy the hot chicken is.

  • The secret to it Spice is lots of cayenne.

  • You can't mention Texan barbecue without thinking of brisket.

  • Hence the brisket sandwich is the go to for this state.

  • Brisket is smoked for hours to get that juicy, tender texture and taste.

  • The pastrami burger was popularized by Utah fast food chain crown burgers.

  • Pastrami is placed on top of a juicy burger with a slice of Swiss or American cheese, and you can't forget about the much adored fry sauce made from one part tomato ketchup and two parts.

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  • The Vermonter sandwich is made up of all things New England maple, mustard, hickory, smoked ham or turkey, sharp Vermont cheddar and honey crisp apples.

  • Virginians love a good country ham sandwich, especially made with Smithfield Ham, which is a specific form of country ham cured in Smithfield, Virginia.

  • Washington sandwich is the bond me thanks to its large Vietnamese population.

  • The sandwich includes some form of pork, pickled daikon and carrot, cilantro and jalapeno.

  • Served on a baguette.

  • Pepperoni roll is West Virginia's pride and joy.

  • Because it was created there, the roll was invented as an easy lunch meal for coal miners in the 19 twenties.

  • Bratwurst or brought, is Wisconsin's favorite meat.

  • After being poached in beer, it's commonly grilled and served on a hoagie roll.

  • Bison burgers look and taste pretty similar to their beef counterparts, with a coarser texture and a slightly sweeter flavor.

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    林宜悉 posted on 2020/10/29
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