Neon-lit diners and greasy spoon cuisine are two of the most quintessentially American things there are. We like the classics, but this Jersey restaurant dish is just canned tuna and m
Scrapple, unlike the famous '90s American soft drink, is made by combining pig scraps with cornmeal and flour before being deep-fried. It's a nod to the thrifty Dutch pioneers of Pennsylvania
Go back to the day you and your college sweetheart were driving cross-country and the aroma of jerky filled the vehicle
Traditionally, squirrels and raccoons were included in Kentucky stew. To my amazement. It used to be made with nothing but roadkill, but today it's stuffed with mutton, beef, venison,
It's a hot serving of something that may kill you in an instant. Benefit: As you're munching, you may pretend to be a tough cowboy.
Another example of American ingenuity discovering that deep-frying makes things more delicious than they would otherwise be. Changing the name of bull balls is a smart marketing
Another example of American ingenuity discovering that deep-frying makes things more delicious than they would otherwise be.
While we like this Alaskan delicacy—especially the sausage—we are strong Rudolph supporters. At least they aren't firing sausages from a helicopter while aiming at wolves.