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Chicken wings and Beef on Weck!





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Colorado has local/regional Sonoran HotDogs, too.

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I am about 60 miles from the OP and we are the home of Beer Nuts and Steak and Shake.
 
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What do you do with Lefse?


Lemme see. Fish soaked in lie. Hmmmm.
Waitaminute, you're thinking of Lutefisk, not lefse, which is just a flatbread.

I've never had Lutefisk. I tried to order it at a diner passing through Minnesota, but it wasn't "in season". Frown

I probably didn't miss much, but I was hoping to at least decide for myself.
 
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Lutefisk = fish jello

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Well everyone can wash their food down with any of Milwaukee’s beer.

Schlitz, was known as "The beer that made Milwaukee famous"




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I'm in Chicago...
So, so, so many great food!
From steak, to hot dogs, Sushi to sandwiches, pizza, Mexican, Polish, Chinese, Japanese, Italian, Croatian, Korean, piazza... Damn near anything you want. Oh, and pizza.


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Around here the Pittsburgh Salad

Basically a nice big house salad with either fried chicken breast or grilled, slice up and then french fries and shredded colby cheese. I like ranch dressing on mine but thats up to you.



Also Primanti Brothers Sandwich


Back in the hay day of the steel mill the steelworkers didn't have time for breakfast break and lunch so they made up the Primanti sandwich.

Basically a nice thick white bread, pastrami or whatever meat, cheese, french fries and a fried egg. I love mine with mayo. So bad for you but life changing goodness!!



Prantl's bakery downtown has their famous burnt almond torte cake. Dear lord is it good. OMG


Here is the description from their site:

"Prantl’s Bakery ships its legendary Burnt Almond Torte nationwide on Goldbelly! Prantl’s Bakery’s Burnt Almond Torte features layers of the bakery’s special creamy vanilla buttercream combined with candied toasty almonds. The Burnt Almond Torte, one of Pittsburgh’s most legendary desserts, and it makes even the toughest Steelers fans swoon."
 
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I would have to say BBQ for Austin, TX. We have several great BBQ joints here. I am not aware of a specific food that originated in Austin.

I guess one claim is Chuy’s got their start in Austin and is a great Tex-Mex restaurant known both for their food and their Mexican Martini, which I have the recipe for.

Torchy's Tacos is also really good and started in Austin. Austin has a lot of food trucks, but I am sure that probably got its start in California.

So Austin has BBQ, Tex-Mex, and food trucks.




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Lutefisk = fish jello

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There you go!

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Cheesesteaks, hoagies and soft pretzels.


Adding Scrapple to this list…


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Cheesesteaks, hoagies and soft pretzels.


Adding Scrapple to this list…


And Perohi.


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Welcome to San Antonio, home of the original puffy taco! Thank me later.



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I'm currently a Jersey guy, so I gotta put this out there...


The pork roll, egg and cheese on a hard roll breakfast sandwich.

Pork roll was developed in 1856 by John Taylor of Trenton, and sold as "Taylor's Prepared Ham" until 1906. Other producers entered the market, and subsequent food labeling regulations required Taylor to designate it as "pork roll" alongside its competitors. In regions of North and Central Jersey, all brands of pork roll may be referred to colloquially as "Taylor Ham".




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When I was a kid growing up in Rochester, N.Y. we had Zweigel's white hots.


We still do. I would also add Nick Tahou's garbage plates.


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Hot Buffalo Wings served with carrot sticks & Bleu cheese dressing!


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Tony Packo's which was made famous by Clinger.
 
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The Seattle Hot Dog ...

...served with cream cheese, sauteed onions, jalapenos and sauerkraut.

https://www.thespruceeats.com/...tle-hot-dogs-4773446


Yeah, I tried one once from what was told to me to be a legit vendor. Wasn’t my thing. Is that here nothing else from here as far as a dish Seattle’s known for? I guess maybe Ivar’s clam chowder, but maybe not? I dunno.

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Originally posted by H&K-Guy:
Fish soaked in lie. Hmmmm.

Throw it out?

At least I've never wacked a seal in the head...

H&K-Guy


Ah, Lutefisk. I’ve always wondered, but I haven’t managed the courage to actually seek it out.

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Beef on Weck!


You know, I almost posted a thread about it a few weeks ago. Out of nowhere, I had a really bad craving for a good beef on weck, and just drown it in au jus. I think it’s been a good… twenty years? Too long. Need to snag one when I drive through Buffalo next spring.


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We invented smothered and covered.




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