People in the United States enjoy many types of food. Here are five dishes that are specialties in different parts of the country. Which would you like to try?
Hangtown fry is a fancy egg dish. It has oysters and bacon. The dish was created in the 1800s, during the California Gold Rush.
A prickly pear is a type of cactus. In New Mexico, people cook the cactus pads. In Spanish, the pads are called nopales. They are eaten in tacos.
A krumkake is a crisp cookie. The cookies are rolled into cones. They can be filled with whipped cream. The krumkake was brought to North Dakota by Norwegian immigrants .
Apple pie with cheese is a traditional dessert in Vermont. Dairies in this state make some of the best cheddar cheese in the world.
Jambalaya is a favorite food in Louisiana. It is a spicy rice stew. Jambalaya is a mishmash of African, Spanish, and French flavors. It is usually made with meat and seafood.