We asked the BuzzFeed Community to tell us the weirdest food their state is known for. Here are all the strange suggestions. 1. Alabama: White BBQ sauce brooketalbotcoI / Via instagram.com "Alabama has white BBQ sauce. It's basically mayo, vinegar, and seasonings, but it's soooo good."—marye493feed71 2. Alaska: Akutaq _tundrarose / Via instagram.com "Akutaq, otherwise known as Eskimo ice cream, is a combination of berries and some type of whipped fat. Traditionally caribou, moose, or walrus tallow, but a lot of people just use Crisco."—amandas4af30c212 3. Arkansas: Chocolate gravy markpatterson.design / Via instagram.com This type of gravy is made from fat, flour, cocoa powder, and sugar. —stephanieb407ab4f95 4. Arizona: Sonoran hot dogs @guerocanelogram / Via instagram.com "From Arizona, the Sonoran hot dog, which is a bacon-wrapped hot dog smothered with pinto beans, onions, tomatoes, and mayonnaise."—amichaelreiter 5. California: Burritos with french fries juktilarjimena / Via instagram.com "In California, we just put french fries in our burritos — and it's not that weird."—aliciarae113 6. Colorado: Rocky Mountain oysters highlandorchard / Via instagram.com "Colorado is known for Rocky Mountain oysters aka deep fried bull testicles."—kristineq2 7. Connecticut: Clam pizza sweettoothadventures / Via instagram.com —m408e832a0 8. Delaware: Scrapple nicb1rd / Via instagram.com This is scraps of pork combined with other meat and cornmeal, then fried and served.—ginaannh 9. Florida: Gator ordinaryoutsider / Via instagram.com "I’m from Florida, so I guess I would say gator. It’s usually breaded and fried. It’s a white meat and it truly does taste like chicken."—ashbolson 10. Georgia: Pear salad buzzfeed.com "Pear salad here is made with canned pear halves, a spoonful of mayonnaise, shredded cheddar cheese, and topped with a maraschino cherry. These have been at every family gathering I’ve ever been to!" —chelseas4355623a3 11. Hawaii: The Loco Moco icanbecheeky / Via instagram.com Sadly no one submitted anything for Hawaii, but after some digging we the Loco Moco is a thing! 12. Idaho: Ice cream potatoes georgettebsandy / Via instagram.com "In Idaho, we have ice cream potatoes. Basically, it's a mound of vanilla ice cream molded to the shape of a potato that's dusted in cocoa powder so it looks brown. On top, they use whipped cream and other toppings to make it look like butter, gravy, etc."—skylarbliss13 13. Illinois: Horseshoe davidtnil217 / Via instagram.com "It's two slices of Texas toast topped with two hamburger patties, french fries, and cheese sauce. There are plenty of protein variances: ham, chicken strips, etc. I’ve also seen one with chili added so it’s like chili cheese fries with an extra surprise underneath."—taramichelle23 14. Indiana: Roast beef Manhattan ringlespaugh / Via instagram.com "It's a roast beef sandwich and mashed potatoes, both of which are completely COVERED in brown gravy and sugar cream pie."—ryenmdetoro 15. Iowa: Loose meat sandwiches theguywearingglasses / Via instagram.com "Imagine Sloppy Joes without the sauce or any seasoning, but on burger buns. They actually have restaurants dedicated to them." — Dean Neal, Facebook 16. Kansas: Cinnamon rolls with chili sara_sweetstyledsimplicity / Via instagram.com "Kansas LOVES to eat cinnamon rolls with chili."—laurell40fba4360 17. Kentucky: Wilted lettuce View this photo on Instagram instagram.com "Wilted lettuce is when you heat up any kind of fat, like bacon grease, then pour it over a mix of lettuce and cabbage. Personally I don’t like it, but it’s a big deal in my area."—sqthompson 18. Louisiana: Boudin cheflove337 / Via instagram.com A type of sausage. —raymondjarv 19. Massachusetts: Fluffernutters thehillyt / Via instagram.com "The Fluffernutter (peanut butter and Fluff sandwich) was invented in Lynn, Massachusetts!"—maryl4e6a8463a 20. Mississippi: Banana sandwiches rachel.kelly.75685962 / Via instagram.com "Banana sandwiches with mayo or pear salad (pear with mayo and shredded cheddar on top)."—cassidys4 21. Maryland: Muskrat tripadvisor.com "Muskrat is popular on the eastern shore of Maryland...G-R-O-S-S."—troyw459773e51 22. Maine: Needhams serenenewengland / Via instagram.com "They’re candies that contain potato! They are mashed, like coconut, which is kinda weird." —paigel4f1fe6fdf 23. Minnesota: Grape salad thebrowneyedbaker / Via thebrowneyedbaker "It's grapes, walnuts, and sour cream. Gag." —bryancc 24. Missouri: Provel cheese joshie_bizzle / Via instagram.com "Provel cheese and St. Louis style pizza WITH provel cheese."—rebeccal4b5a1258d 25. Montana: Montana oysters missfayev / Via instagram.com "In Montana, there is a yearly Testical Festival outside of Missoula during the summer where festival goers partake in eating bull testicles, or as my grandpa would call them, 'Montana Oysters.' I have never been to the festival or eaten bull testes myself, but my grandpa says it tastes 'chewy and stringy.'" — marissageesling2208 26. Michigan: Faygo killertables / Via instagram.com "Michigan doesn’t have any REALLY gross or weird foods. The only sort of strange item would be Cotton Candy Faygo, which I have a love-hate relationship with."—elliel45c6f7c8c 27. New Hampshire: Cider donuts aesthetics.of.normalcy / Via instagram.com Sadly no one submitted anything for New Hampshire, but after some digging we found cider donuts are a thing! 28. New York: Garbage plates buzzfeed.com "Garbage plates! The base layer is mac salad, then french fries, then either hot dogs or cheeseburger, then hot meat sauce, THEN mustard, and onions. Crazy delicious blend of nonsense for those who don’t mind their food touching." —collinstout24 29. North Dakota: Lutefisk el_pato_gordo / Via instagram.com This is a white, gelatinous fish that has been soaked in lye and cold water for many days.—alissadl 30. New Jersey: Taylor ham the_brookwood / Via instagram.com This pork-based meat is processed and served.—lizzyp035 31. North Carolina: Liver mush haberdish / Via instagram.com "In North Carolina, a lot of people are fans of liver mush, which is made up of pig liver, spices, and cornmeal. I refuse to try it, but a lot of people I know swear by it!"—doglover23 32. Nebraska: Runza canningandcookingathome / Via instagram.com This is a yeast roll filled with beef, cabbage or sauerkraut, onions, and seasonings.—ariannap4600626ad 33. Nevada: Deep fried squid gamgeeeats / Via instagram.com Sadly no one submitted anything for Nevada, but after some digging we found deep fried squid is a thing! 34. New Mexico: Green chile sundae calichesfrozencustard / Via instagram.com Sadly no one submitted anything for Nevada, but after some digging we found green chile sundaes is a thing! 35. Ohio: Skyline Chili seanmryan87 / Via instagram.com "Ohio’s weird food is Skyline Chili, which is spaghetti with this thin chili meat sauce and shredded cheddar cheese. Also, you can add raw onions and red beans with some hot sauce on top. Absolutely delicious! It sounds gross but once you try it, you're instantly addicted."—battles149 36. Oklahoma: Lamb fries hey_wiggle / Via instagram.com "I would think lamb fries are the weirdest thing Oklahoma is famous for. I mean, come on, they're literally deep fried lamb testicles."—Nathanael Cabral, Facebook 37. Oregon: Blue Star donuts crystalxhan / Via instagram.com "Blue Star donuts. They have interesting toppings."—kami71274 38. Pennsylvania: Cream chipped beef chewieschow / Via instagram.com "Cream chipped beef, aka shit on a shingle."—tlb28 39. Rhode Island: Stuffies capecodcreatures / Via instagram.com "It’s a clam and breadcrumbs mixture baked served in half a quahog shell."—elenamariaa 40. South Carolina: Tomato and sweet Vidalia onion sandwiches food_food2293 / Via instagram.com "Here in the South Carolina, we often enjoy tomato and sweet Vidalia onion sandwiches with of course, Duke's Mayo, salt and pepper, and pimento cheese."—bartw2 41. South Dakota: Chislic sdchislicfestival / Via instagram.com "Basically, it’s deep fried cubes of steak. Weird, but delicious."—kristinleighl 42. Texas: Hot Dr Pepper with lemon Dr Pepper / Via houstonpress.com "Some Texans drink hot Dr Pepper with lemon in the winter! Sounds disgusting, but it is actually good."—punchandpie 43. Tennessee: Slug burgers bryanroof / Via instagram.com "It's a deep fried soy patty topped with pickle, mustard, and onion and served on a bun. They're called slug burgers because back in the day they cost a nickel."—strangestangel79 44. Utah: Fry sauce freddysusa / Via instagram.com "Fry sauce is where it's at. It's basically mayo ketchup (sometimes barbecue sauce instead of ketchup)."—kedge 45. Virginia: Ham biscuits thepartybee / Via instagram.com "They're salty country ham on a biscuit. NO mustard, NO butter. Just ham and biscuit."—vickif439da09e9 46. Vermont: Sugar on snow morsefarm / Via instagram.com "Every year there's a sugar on snow event where people literally eat giant bowls of snow from the ground covered in maple syrup. It's served with a pickle for some reason. I don't really understand the appeal."—melodyc45447ecbc 47. Washington: Geoducks taylorshellfish / Via instagram.com "Geoducks are a kind of weird thing that make an appearance in a lot of seafood dishes in Washington (Seattle area especially). Even if you haven’t tried it, you've heard of it, and probably refused to try it because of how nasty it looks."—strangerthanitseems 48. West Virginia alzesz / Via instagram.com "It’s not TOO weird, but West Virginia is known for pepperoni rolls."— SilverBMW 49. Wisconsin: Venison hot sticks beckyyackley / Via instagram.com "For Wisconsin, definitely venison hot sticks."—mylifeisadumpsterfire 50. Wyoming: Elk saaga91 / Via instagram.com "People in Wyoming are really big on elk. It was never my thing. It's gamey tasting and even though it's a pretty lean meat, I prefer beef."—s1kintop Want to be featured in similar BuzzFeed posts? Follow the BuzzFeed Community on Facebook and Twitter!