Food·Posted on Feb 21, 2018Here Are The Most Popular Foods In Each State, According To People Who Actually Live ThereWhat's yours?by Farrah PennBuzzFeed Staff WriterFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink We asked the BuzzFeed Community which food their state is well-known for, and here are all the delicious responses! 1. Alabama: Shrimp and grits. farmandcoastcookery / Via instagram.com —nikkiloc 2. Alaska: Ice cream. Janifest / Getty Images "I was born in and grew up in Alaska. At one point, we consumed more ice cream per capita than any other state. We don't know why. We just really love ice cream."—j4c2563dad 3. Arizona: Sonoran hot dogs. tastingtucson —t4aaf14096 4. Arkansas: Queso. atxfoodchronicles / Via instagram.com "Every Mexican restaurant serves it. Everybody eats it. It is life."—caseyd4b71fad47 5. California: Avocado. Alexpro9500 / Getty Images "As a Californian, I’d have to say we’re probably most known for avocados, and the stereotypically millennial avocado toast. What, it’s good!"—karap491bb409fRunner-up: "In California, we can’t live without In-N-Out."—skyew4fd6050f5 6. Colorado: Breakfast burritos. ohyeahgourmet / Via instagram.com Runner-up: "Green chile and the original Chipotle."—mollys44 7. Connecticut: Lobster rolls. cy_eats / Via instagram.com "They were actually invented here! They first came about at Perry's restaurant in Milford, Connecticut, in 1929!"—marybeth20 8. Delaware: Scrapple. authorsherrygore / Via instagram.com —lorih41278fff7 9. Florida: Cuban sandwiches. lucysamericantavern / Via instagram.com —gypsyfun 10. Georgia: Chicken biscuits. devouringjax / Via instagram.com —melinal4ad994282 11. Hawaii: Poke. a_a_ronfitness / Via instagram.com Runner-up: Spam musubi.—tdmaui 12. Idaho: Finger steaks. jcstrutz / Via instagram.com —daniellem4c84012fc 13. Illinois: Deep-dish pizza. eatitforthegram / Via instagram.com "I’m from Illinois, and we are known for our Chicago deep dish pizza. It’s iconic, and so, so, so good. You cannot come here and not get it"—elinorhannerRunner-up: "Horseshoes in Illinois. It's toast with a beef patty (or any other type of meat, really), french fries, and melted cheese open face sandwich. I've never been to a diner that doesn't serve them."—rebeccajeannee 14. Indiana: Pork tenderloin sandwiches. mainstreetdeli300 / Via instagram.com —roxannez2Runner-up: "Corn and popcorn."—alexisj45e4ec0f3 15. Iowa: Sweet corn. thenelsongrocer / Via instagram.com —beckbot 16. Kansas: Bierocks. buzzfeed.com FYI: Bierocks are rolls typically filled with ground beef, onion, and cabbage. "Bierocks are extremely popular here and are even served at school lunches." —catsienna03 17. Kentucky: The Hot Brown. gluckmanmichael / Via instagram.com FYI: A Hot Brown is a hot, open-faced sandwich with turkey, bacon, Mornay sauce that's broiled until crispy and brown. —courtneylc25 18. Louisiana: Gumbo. brqrestaurant / Via instagram.com —miamonireed 19. Maine: Lobster. johnnydelmonicos / Via instagram.com Runner-up: Whoopie pies.—savannacopap 20. Maryland: Blue crabs. mollipletcher / Via instagram.com "Almost everyone around here knows how to crack a crab."—daniellem456094353 21. Massachusetts: Clam chowder. _tjkim__ / Via instagram.com —quiteafewfandomsRunner-up: "Boston cream pie and fluffernutter sandwiches."—sydneyb44e9f9d2e 22. Michigan: Coney dogs. thesussmans / Via instagram.com FYI: Coney dogs are traditionally topped with chili topping. —s4d6cb1108 23. Minnesota: Jucy Lucy. ketchmaybeef / Via instagram.com FYI: A Jucy Lucy is a type of hamburger made with the cheese cooked inside the meat instead of on top of it.—jennyaz 24. Mississippi: Catfish. Peredniankina / Getty Images —emmaa4e13b302c 25. Missouri: Toasted ravioli. missy_k76 / Via instagram.com —rachels400bc03e5 26. Montana: Huckleberries. rmef_official / Via instagram.com —jordanp4b1fa86ca 27. Nebraska: Runza. foodieonfleek / Via instagram.com FYI: Runzas are similar to a bierock, filled with beef, cabbage onions, and sauerkraut with seasonings. It's also a fast-food restaurant. —kyannaskinner 28. Nevada: The Awful-Awful. michelle.puffer / Via instagram.com Note: All the submissions for Nevada were sarcastic (I know y'all don't eat CIGARETTE BUTTS). But according to the Food Network, the Awful-Awful is a popular treat! 29. New Hampshire: Cider donuts. fishkillfarms / Via instagram.com Note: No one submitted anything for poor New Hampshire, but our coworker who's from there is here to assure us that cider donuts are a staple. 30. New Jersey: Pork rolls. steveb8523 / Via instagram.com FYI: Also called Taylor ham, this sandwich is made of up pork and cheese. —erinm93 31. New Mexico: Green chile. kikily.cooks / Via instagram.com "Hatch, to be specific, but Bueno is good too. We put it on everything: burritos, eggs, pizza, burgers, and we have green chile chicken enchiladas, green chile stew — hell, it's even on our license plates! It originated in New Mexico, comes from New Mexico, and is a staple New Mexico food. We take great pride in it and love it!" —raen41c93d8b9 32. New York: Bagels. saturdaybagels / Via instagram.com "I'm New York born and raised and nothing, and I mean nothing, compares to the bagels from New York. Every trip to visit family usually involves bringing back a few dozen bagels." —elanac3Runner-up: Pizza, of course.—elanac3 33. North Carolina: Pulled pork barbecue. mariceltavares / Via instagram.com —candacerosem 34. North Dakota: Lefse. ahlunden / Via instagram.com FYI: Lefse is traditionally a Norweigen flatbread made from potatoes, flour, butter, and cream. —brooklynm41386f22f 35. Ohio: Skyline chili. sharlyn_lauby / Via instagram.com —laurenb4b2089220 36. Oklahoma: Fried okra. ncfoodfinds / Via instagram.com —merrishaniquab 37. Oregon: Voodoo Donuts. poodle_lynn / Via instagram.com "Oregon is most famous for our donuts! Voodoo Donuts kills the game with their yummy yet creative donuts!"—madelynhigginsp 38. Pennsylvania: Cheesesteaks. jackiectam / Via instagram.com Runner-up: Perogies.—megans4d3205631 39. Rhode Island: Coffee milk. foodienewbie / Via instagram.com FYI: Coffee milk is a combination of milk and sweet coffee syrup. —karenb49 40. South Carolina: Chicken bog. jnburnett15 / Via instagram.com "It’s just rice that’s cooked a certain way, chicken, and sausage. You have to cook the chicken in a huge thing of chicken stock, take it out and shred it, cook the rice in the leftover stock, and then you add in the cooked sausage and put it all together. Just thinking about it is making my mouth water!"—sarahb49586f7a2 41. South Dakota: Chislic. larkfaun / Via instagram.com FYI: Chislic is cubed, red meat typically salted and fried. —sophieh482515f68 42. Tennessee: Hot chicken. bothrops1 / Via instagram.com "Just don't ask anyone which hot chicken place is their favorite, unless you want to start a debate/argument!"—jeller4314 43. Texas: Barbecue. cbwood1010 / Via instagram.com "In Texas, barbecue will ALWAYS be number one. Brisket is my go to."—kelseyj4 44. Utah: Funeral potatoes. tastewithgrace / Via instagram.com "They’re basically grated potatoes with cheese and sour cream and butter and yummy goodness! They're called funeral potatoes because they’re usually saved just for funerals."—ashtonh46c53b674Runner-up: Fry sauce. —caitlinpaigel 45. Vermont: Maple syrup. canipeek / Via instagram.com —syd535 46. Virginia: Ham. Spencersternberg / Getty Images —haleyl4402f1bd9 47. Washington: Salmon. Getty Images —paris90 48. West Virginia: Pepperoni roll. cookscountry / Via instagram.com "No one outside of West Virginia knows what a pepperoni roll is, it's weird! They’re so popular here. When it’s pepperoni roll day for school lunch, our teachers line us up and let us out early because it’s literally a stampede."—unicornlover603 49. Wisconsin: Fried cheese curds. chicagofoodiesisters / Via instagram.com —meyervanessa621 50. Wyoming: Soda bread. squarepolarbear / Via instagram.com Note: Nobody submitted anything for poor Wyoming, but according to the Food Network, soda bread is one of their food staples. 51. Washington, DC: Mambo sauce. curlygirlqui / Via instagram.com FYI: Mambo sauce is sweet, tangy, and similar to barbecue sauce.—tvb2112 Want to be featured in similar BuzzFeed posts? Follow the BuzzFeed Community on Facebook and Twitter!