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Old Jul 3, '12, 3:10 pm
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Default Re: All-American Eats: Must-Try Foods from the 50 States

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So...You hadda go and mention Ted Drewes...Darn ya!


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...All we have in the southern part of MO is Andy's. It's OK, but not Ted Drewes. There is no frozen custard in TX, at least in my part of TX. There was a supposed custard stand in a local mall. I took a taste and nope, that's not frozen custard! ...
I'm sorry about that too. If you really have to have some Ted Drewes, they do ship, though it is pretty pricey.

http://www.teddrewes.com/sitecontent...B-37EF4F250198

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...Cashew chicken? For MO??? Really weird!
Agreed. Very odd choice.
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Old Jul 3, '12, 3:28 pm
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Cashew Chicken--maybe it really was "Easts" instead of "Eats".

I want an Amighetti's sandwich...


Ooh, an Amighetti's Special, yum! That sounds great! I need to go make dinner because I am hungry! But, it won't be what I want because now I want an Amighetti's sandwich!

They do deliver, though.
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I'm sorry.



I'm sorry about that too. If you really have to have some Ted Drewes, they do ship, though it is pretty pricey.

http://www.teddrewes.com/sitecontent...B-37EF4F250198



Agreed. Very odd choice.


Ummmmmm....yeeeeahhhh, I don't think I'll be getting any soon! $140 for 8 pints??!!! Wow.

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Ummmmmm....yeeeeahhhh, I don't think I'll be getting any soon! $140 for 8 pints??!!! Wow.

I guess if someone wants Ted Drewes badly enough to have it shipped, then they want it badly enough to pay that much for it. But, yeah, that is really expensive and I wouldn't pay that either!
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I can't go through the list because the coding on that page is stupid, isn't loading the next slide so I have to reload it each time. Why didn't they give a list that you could then click???

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"All-American Eats: Must-Try Foods from the 50 States

What food makes you think of California? How about New York? Nevada? We put on our foodie thinking caps and chose one ingredient or dish to represent each of the 50 states. Find out which restaurants will give you a taste of these "all-American" foods (some of which were brought to the U.S.A. by immigrants from around the globe), or check out our recipes that let you try versions of the dishes at home. Do you think there's another ingredient or dish that better represents your home state? Tell us about it! Let us know in the comments section, or post it on our Facebook page. No matter which foods make you think of the 50 states, one thing is for sure: Americans sure know how to eat good food!

Celebrate more American flavors by checking out these regional takes on popular foods."


Source link: http://www.delish.com/recipes/cookin...-food#slide-28

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I can understand the Salt water taffy for NJ, but I've never seen any that looks like the picture.
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I can understand the Salt water taffy for NJ, but I've never seen any that looks like the picture.
Me either. But, it looks pretty cool. Maybe they were attempting fancy versions of taffy?

In any event, I like it a lot the way it is and don't need the fancy stuff, personally.
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