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Old 08-26-2014, 07:06 PM   #41
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some states needed more than 1 choice.
jersey should have been a "taylor" ham, egg, and cheese on a bagel, not just a pork roll sandwich.

and buffalo wings for ny? maybe, but what about thin crust pizza, bagels and a schmear, and apple something?
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Old 08-26-2014, 08:03 PM   #42
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some states needed more than 1 choice.
jersey should have been a "taylor" ham, egg, and cheese on a bagel, not just a pork roll sandwich....

DH is from the Philly area and he LOVES Taylor ham egg and cheese on a hard roll... I still am in search of a hard roll here in the middle of the desert.
In Hawaii I could get the roll but not the Taylor ham

The first time I tasted it, I said, "hmmm, kinda like Spam"
OH! That didn't go over well
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Kinda like Spam is probably a compliment in Hawaii.
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Old 08-28-2014, 11:21 AM   #44
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Kinda like Spam is probably a compliment in Hawaii.


Ya know dan, Taylor's Ham (as DH calls it) here in AZ is pushing $10, and yet Spam is still under $3...some folks on the 'mainland' don't seem to care for Spam... can't figure why
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Old 08-28-2014, 12:51 PM   #45
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Ya know dan, Taylor's Ham (as DH calls it) here in AZ is pushing $10, and yet Spam is still under $3...some folks on the 'mainland' don't seem to care for Spam... can't figure why
I buy the Lite Spam. The original is just too salty for my taste. Great for a quick sandwich.
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I buy the Lite Spam. The original is just too salty for my taste. Great for a quick sandwich.
Exactly Addie!
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Old 09-08-2014, 04:53 AM   #47
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It's "Chicato style pizza", it's not all of Illinois. I grew up in Southern IL and we NEVER ate Chicago Style pizza.
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I thought most of these were pretty accurate as far as what I've seen. Though I'm not sure I've eaten kugel, even though I'm from North Dakota. Not sure what I'd say the ND state comfort food would be, maybe hotdish.

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I would put "hotdish" for MN. For ND...Rocky Mountain Oysters? I glanced at this page:

Seems there are a fair number of Lutefisk and meatball Church suppers in ND.

http://heritagerenewal.org/suppers/

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cuisine_of_North_Dakota
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I would put "hotdish" for MN. For ND...Rocky Mountain Oysters? I glanced at this page:

Seems there are a fair number of Lutefisk and meatball Church suppers in ND.

http://heritagerenewal.org/suppers/

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cuisine_of_North_Dakota

We lived close to the Minnesota border, and there was plenty of hotdish served! Swedish meatballs at church potlucks too. I think the Lutherans served lutefisk.
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We lived close to the Minnesota border, and there was plenty of hotdish served! Swedish meatballs at church potlucks too. I think the Lutherans served lutefisk.
Where I grew up in MN, they still do! As does the Sons of Norway (only they rent the Episcopalian church basement!).
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