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Frito pie

Frito pieFrito pie combines corn chips, chili, cheese, refried beans, and salsa. Mexican Shepherd's pie casserole. The meal is made by combining chili and Cheddar cheese to Fritos chips.


Campfires and s'mores are romantic. For almost 100 years, marshmallows, chocolate, and graham crackers have made s'mores. S'mores are great when the marshmallow is mushy but not burnt.



US settlers grew cabbage, making coleslaw popular. American coleslaw is a classic picnic salad made with mayonnaise. It complements American barbecue, especially pulled pig sandwiches.

Pimento cheese

Southern states sell "the pâté of the South," a pimento-studded soft cheese spread. Players enjoy pimento cheese sandwiches after the Masters in Augusta, Georgia. 

Poke bowl

Poke bowls are the most popular Hawaiian dish. Hawaiian poke is chopped raw fish. Mainlanders eat it in bowls with sauces, rice,  non-Hawaiian toppings like avocado, corn, and orange slices.

Hot chicken

In 1930s, a women handed Thornton Prince cayenne-pepped fried chicken. Prince's Chicken Stack serves ultra-spicy chicken on white toast with pickles in Nashville and increasingly abroad.

 Fried curds

Battered and deep-fried Wisconsin cheese curds are popular. Grease cooks fresh, salty cheese curds well. These Wisconsin-only curds pair wonderfully with a cold Milwaukee lager.

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