by Geeks on 18/10/07 at 5:04 am
With a population of 300 million, every state in America has its own affair too when it comes to food. Whether it is a quick snack or a heavy supper, every American has their own favorite. From Alaska to New England, everywhere in America is a food paradise.
What are Americans favorite meals? With a population of 300 million, every state in America has its own affair too when it comes to food. Whether it is a quick snack or a heavy supper, every American has their own favorite. From Alaska to New England, everywhere in America is a food paradise. Here’s a list of what meal Americans like most.
Texas Caviar (Texas)
The food starts to make its debut in menus in the late 1950 after a New Year party. Black-eyed peas and black beans are marinated in a fiery for a flavorful mixture. Rich in protein, Texas Caviar taste great with bread or tortilla chips. For dressing, vinegar, veggies and spices are used. One thing for sure, this caviar is definitely much cheaper and affordable for all Americans.
Half-Smoke (Washington D.C)
Half-smoke is a type of sausage found in Washington D.C and its surrounding states. A half-smoke hotdog is slightly larger, coarser and much spicier than a normal hotdog. It’s easy to find a half-smoke as it is sold by street vendors and local restaurant. It’s called half-smoke because the pork sausage is usually cut into half when it is grilled.
Date Shakes (California)
A healthy drink, date shakes are blended dates which re mixed with milk and ice-cream. Sometimes, coffee is used to replace milk. This beverage originated from Southern California farms where many dates tree are planted. The name behind this drink is still uncertain as there isn’t any shaking involved in preparation. Date shakes is a good way to taste dates than eating them raw.
Spam Mushibi (Hawaii)
This popular snack or luncheon food meaning tied together is made in Japanese onigiri style. A slice of spam is place on a block of rice which is wrapped across by dried seaweed. Hawaii is also the number one eating spam state in America. It taste delicious and can be kept easily. This snack can be purchase anywhere in Hawaii including 7-Eleven stores. Just remember, those aren’t computer spam.
Fry Sauce (Utah)
Invented around 1948 in Utah, fry sauce is a combination of thick ketchup with mayonnaise. Fast food joints offer this sauce to be added as a condiment for French fries. However, Americans do use this sauce for barbecue too. Different fast-food joints offer different types of fry sauce. Make this sauce yourself, they might taste better.