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Me-Philly pretzels
Amoroso rolls
Tastycakes

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lefse

even though, I'm not norwegian
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Lobstah! Steamers!!

Needhams - kind of like a Mounds bar

Amato's Italians

Blueberries.

Maple Syrup
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SINCE.....I did leave my area. i already know. there are 3 things i MUST have within 24 hours (ok, more like 4 hours) of steppinginto the region. 1. A Philly cheese steak. ( any place that calls it a steak and cheese should get 2. a real Itailian Hoagie. oregno just falling all over and off the hoagie (note it's not a Sub, not a sandwhich but a hoagie.) 3. a soft pretzel, off the street corner loaded with salt
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The only food this area is mildly famous for is fried chicken. And no I wouldn't miss it......
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Ponczkis & Pierogis! There's a Polish grocery store by me, and they sell Pierogis year-round. Ponczkis are Fat Tuesday treats. The only other place I can think of that would have these readily available is Detroit--and ain't no way in heck I'm moving to Detroit.
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no... I miss the real authentic Tex-Mex though when I left SA. I would not miss WI food....unless I moved somewhere where the dairy products were just plan god awful.....like TN.....blech! What the heck you feed your moo cows?
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ask me about our Polish Au Pair who cooked almost 200 Pierogis the "right" way and we will have plenty left over.
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1. A Philly cheese steak.
:nono: If I were to move, I would miss cheese steaks. I would not, however, miss Philly cheese steaks. You should never eat anything called a "Philly cheese steak", only "cheese steak". Locals know what I'm talking about.
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Mexican, in all its forms: homemade tamales, enchiladas, fresh corn tortillas, migas, etc etc. Anything else outside of Texas isn't Mexican. I thought it was, then I moved here. Its not. :umno:

Kolachis, although it would be wonderful to avoid them.

Texas-style BBQ. Very different (but better) than Kentucky style.
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1. A Philly cheese steak.
:nono: If I were to move, I would miss cheese steaks. I would not, however, miss Philly cheese steaks. You should never eat anything called a "Philly cheese steak", only "cheese steak". Locals know what I'm talking about. yes though I once at a place in Phoenix that said Philly cheese steak. I inquired of the owner why he calls them that and he said...I am from Philly, I import my rolls and steak from PA. I said oh yeah what company for the rolls. He said...Amoroso ...I said, serve it up and I will be the judge of that. It was just like being at home.
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So you shouldn't eat Mexican food in Mexico?
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So you shouldn't eat Mexican food in Mexico?
Not if you like your GI tract.... :umno:
I don't know, but I do know its really different from tex-mex
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So you shouldn't eat Mexican food in Mexico?
I've never had a choice, even their spaghetti has a mexican flair to it.
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GRITS!

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