Every once in a while we taste something that makes us want to travel, or move, to a different state. Okay, it happens more than every once in a while...
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As good an excuse as any to hit the road and sample a little Americana.
Juicy Lucys, Frito pies, lobster rolls...
This old-school drive-in is an Albuquerque institution.
Roadfood.com has led us to some of the greatest road trip meals of our lives.
We know what you guys are thinking, but we are not playing a joke on you.
"Onions were cheap then and hamburger meat was expensive. Same as it is now."
Not exactly glowing results, but we all made it out alright.
Next time your deviled eggs need a little shake up, Durkee Sauce is the way to go.
We recommend that you not venture into a big dinner party without it ever again.
Growing up in New Mexico, I didn't encounter very many egg creams.
Run, do not walk, to Duke's Mayonnaise.
We always want what we can't have -- and for some of us, that thing is Shiner Bock.
This hyper-carbonated, cherry-flavored soda may just course through Carolinians' veins.
"Why would you make a Kringle?" she asked, incredulously. "Just buy one."
Vernors is a very sweet, pale golden ginger ale, but what makes it special to us are the bubbles.
Find out Food & Wine's weirdest regional foods in America.
There's nothing like a beautiful beach with cool saltwater air. But add a delicious snack -- whether it's locally sourced seafood or a frozen sugary treat -- and your beach experience will surely be elevated to a heavenly degree.
If you've ever wondered what to get for the Food Editor in your life who has everything -- this is it.
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