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I don't believe WV is noted for great food but two that come to mind here in northern WV are pepperoni rolls from Country Club Bakery in Fairmont.


Or Bonnie Bells Bakery in Nutter Fort WV for Pepperoni Rolls....

http://bonniebellespastries.com/



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I don't believe WV is noted for great food but two that come to mind here in northern WV are pepperoni rolls from Country Club Bakery in Fairmont.


Or Bonnie Bells Bakery in Nutter Fort WV for Pepperoni Rolls....

http://bonniebellespastries.com/


Hmm I hadn't heard of Bonnie Bells I'll give them a try next time I'm by. Their website doesn't even mention pepperoni rolls though, you sure?


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For Texas...

I forgot Blue Bell Ice Cream. Seeing "Bonnie Bells" above reminded me of that... Big Grin



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Beef - and lots of it - Montana

Back when I was in college in Bozeman (when it was still a nice small town), I had a T-shirt that said, "This is cattle country - Eat beef you bastards!"

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Pueblo chili for green chili. Rocky Ford cantaloupe, and Olathe sweet corn. Could someone from Tennessee open a decent BBQ shack here please.


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From Wisconsin-cheese curds-fresh, salty, squeaky!

From Minnesota-(uff-da) lutefisk!
 
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Kansas City Joes BBQ z-man or the burnt ends at Jack Stack BBQ....



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Chicago deep dish pizza


Chicago-style hot dogs (and no ketchup!)


You forgot the Italian Beef!!!

with or without hot giardiniera? Smile



Ha! I have two jars in my cabinet. FYI, they sell it at World Market if you're outside of Chicago.




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I am from Cincinnati Ohio. Here are some of my favorite foods from here.

Grippos BBQ chips, with Deans French onion dip.

Larosas Pizza

Skyline Chili

Greaters Ice Cream
 
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Born and raised in Brooklyn, NY:

Pizza
Bagels, Bialy’s too
Anything from a Kosher Deli
Anything from an Italian deli

And as my wife is from NJ: pork roll, fried egg and cheese on a Kaiser roll. I prefer Case’s pork roll.



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Florida Panhandle.

Fried mullet filets and tails.
Wahoo steaks
Gulf shrimp
Bushwhackers


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I am a Florida Native so the ^^^ Mullet reminds me of going out after school on Friday cast netting mullet, cleaning and smoking them late into the night on Friday and continuing on Satueday,and then selling them on the Corner of US 301 and Lumsden Rd (Tampa) on Saturday and Sunday for a $1 a fillet and making BANK (moslty from the DY's).

From the Tampa area the ORIGINAL Cuban sandwich from Liborios Cuban Cafe, fried plantans, cuban roast pork with yellow rice and black beans also from Liborios, Ruskin Tomatoes and pretty much any Cuban food, grouper sandwich, and we can't forget Dauphin...We had to rename it Mahi-Mahi because the DY's thought we were eating flipper. Big Grin

One of my personal favorites is fresh strawberries from Plant City, Florida in heavy cream. It's a yearly indulgance for me.





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Hmm I hadn't heard of Bonnie Bells I'll give them a try next time I'm by. Their website doesn't even mention pepperoni rolls though, you sure?


Yep right outside clarksburg. My wife’s home town. Been a while since we were back there generally the days batch is gone fast



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Fried Bologna


Good old Fried Bologna, or "Kentucky Round Steak" as I prefer to call it. Until I turned ~18, I had no idea there were lunch meats at the deli other than Bologna, Leona, or Pickle Loaf.

Being from the Bluegrass state, I like a good Hot Brown. But being just across the river from Cincy, I'm also a big fan of Cincinnati Chili. A previous poster mentioned Skyline, but my personal favorite chili parlor was Empress. I spent many a drunken night/early morning consuming 4-ways and coneys at the Empress next to Northern Kentucky University. Long gone but definitely not forgotten.
 
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Growed up in Louisiana so here goes:
Boiled crab, shrimp, crawfish
Fried shrimp, fish, catfish, oysters
Oysters (half shell or baked)
Po' Boys
Muffelettas
Gumbo
Etouffee
Red Beans and Rice
Jambalaya
Shrimp Creole
Boudin
Cracklin
Beignets
Meat pies
Venison (north Louisiana)
Pecan pie
Pralines




 
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I grew up in South Carolina: She-crab soup and good vinegar based barbeque sauce.
 
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Once in a while you get a craving for a Detroit Style Coney Dog


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Illinois/Chicago:

- any pizza (Chicago thin is just as unique as deep dish)
- Vienna beef sandwiches
- Vienna beef hotdogs (sorry, but I want ketchup, even if I have to bring my own))
 
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apple butter is big in Virginia. Along, of course, with ocuntry ham and biscuits.




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