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Most Famous Iconic American Foods

 Feeling patriotic? If not now, it soon will be. There's nothing like a heaping, greasy, preferably processed Globe Americana to remind you of your roots. Staples savory to classic desserts and America got something delicious for everyone - well, everyone is not on a diet. Then again, all his diet cheat on her, and there is nothing in the rules on nibble on delicious looking pictures. Do not loosen your belt a few notches and take a tour through ten of treating most American materially.

Most Famous  Iconic American Foods

1. Twinkies

2. Cheeseburger

3. Fried chicken

4. Apple pie

5. Peanut butter and jelly sandwich

6. Buffalo wings

7. Corn dogs

8. S’mores

9. BBQ ribs

10. Pastrami Sandwich


You may know these as ultra-synthetic, possibly snack cake is biodegradable - the ones with the shelf life span years, if not decades (Well, maybe only 45 days). According to the hostess cakes, good was invented by a bakery manager Jimmy Dewer in 1930. On the way to giving a presentation on his idea, Dewer saw a painting by Twinkle Toe Shoes. However, the adorable name - and a tasty treat to go with it - was born.


This is about America as it gets. Hamburger concept originated sometime in the late 19th century, according to club Los Angeles Times. Where the dish began to increase in popularity in the 1920s and 1930s, such as cheese seemed the natural next step. There is a dispute over assets on a large scale - of course, they are - because who does not want to be credited with a cheeseburger, which started it all? At present, Americans eat nearly 50 billion burgers a year, according to The Huffington Post. This figure translates into three burgers a week for each person in the United States!

3.Fried chicken

Fried chicken is certainly not unique in the United States, but the Americans adopted a crispy, greasy dish and one of its own. In particular, the United States has taken the South this dish to a new level - taking into step with its reputation for superb indulgent delights fried up. Try this comfort food along with a hearty meal of pancakes (or potato nonsense!) Do not have a deep Frier? You poor sap! Goes out to any of the many fried chicken chains (ranked here Thrillist) so well known for this all time classic comfort food.

4. Apple pie

As American as ... this is the one to explain. Apple pie crossed the Atlantic with the Pilgrims and made themselves at home in the United States, according to the parade, "brought pilgrims apples stimulates them to the new world. When the production of fruit trees began and became one apple fillings pie most popular in early America. At that time, it was pies seen as a source of economic and sustainable food, which helped to fill the stomachs of immigrants suffering from hunger "tasteful and functional - who knew? The best help for ourselves an additional slice.

4.Peanut butter and jelly sandwich

For Americans, peanut butter and jelly sandwiches are second nature to breathing. According to the National Council of peanuts, "the average child will eat 1,500 peanut butter and jelly sandwiches before he/she graduates from high school." Like most food cooking, it is difficult to determine the origins of PB & J. What we do know is that, as the author puts it in without Voorhees Why do donuts have holes? "The All-American PB & J is a little appreciated by the outside world." Oh, okay. More for us!

5.Buffalo wings

This is just one more case to stack "non-food origin lotion secrets." No one can really decide where or how they came to these suites quite messy and delicious to be (Buffalo, New York seems a better bet than most), but it seems to have started to appear sometime in the 1970s time. At present, there are very few American fare bars and restaurants you can go to that will not be option buffalo wings at hand. Wings have the admiration of a large-scale, which is a fun and delicious excuse to revel in your gluttony. Witness the National Council of the popular chicken dish, and estimate that more than 13.5 billion chicken wings will be sold throughout the year 2012. During 2012 in the courtyard weekend alone, the council estimates that more than 1.25 billion wing portions will be consumed.

6.Corn dogs

Really anything based hot dog will do the trick, but corn dogs are one of the basic American food fair this central province, which can not be denied a place here. If you want 'em saved up or not, Frankfurter and American Classic (man above knows what we're talking about.) Hot dogs go along with barbecue and baseball - two of the great American pastimes. Hot Dog and Sausage estimated and the National Council that Americans consume 20 billion hot dogs a year. As for the corn dog spin on things - well, it's a fact generally acknowledged that everything is better on a stick.


S'mores is the US treatment of the camp simply traditional. According to the list, "The first known S'mores recipe appeared in 1927 in the Girl Scouts handbook cruise and redundant with the Girl Scouts." Speaking on behalf of everyone who sat ever around the camp, and we are grateful for all that I did.

8.BBQ ribs

According to the latest, barbecue is "just like a red, white and blue as it gets American cuisine," and rightly so! Notes the time that barbecue seems to have originated with the Spanish settlers in the United States, and that ", and by the 19th century, has been cooking technique is well established in South America ... because the pigs were prevalent in the area, and became a ham main meat in barbecue . "the ribs are delicious else to get your hands on the cause (and face) dirty. Ribs - generally pork base - and roasted to the point of tenderness and soaked in various barbecue sauce (or massage) to give them that one flavor of the kind.

10. Pastrami Sandwich

While pastrami itself originated in Eastern Europe, and one of the first books of the New York Sussman Volk credited with the invention in 1888 of the pastrami sandwich on view in New York City. Needless to say, the combination of savory flavors blossomed, and the pastrami sandwich to be a key component of delicious even to this day.

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