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Old 02-23-2004, 05:11 PM   #11
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i was born in new orleans so wen it comes to seafood i have to say crawfish and good old fashoned seafood gumbo, now thats good eatin... cant get dat stuff north of da dixie line let alone here in germany, cant complain bout da beer here tho...
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Old 02-24-2004, 10:14 PM   #12
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Well, corvuscorax and shawmutt have pretty much taken all of the answers here . . . but I don't mind that. I don't like seafood (never acquired the taste - it also just happens that I really love fish when they're alive!) so I don't mind not advocating crabs and the likes. There are some select really good food places (like cities or resteraunts) but I can't really call them regional foods, which is too bad. Oh well!
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It is interesting because I am not a fan of typical southern fare that I grew up eating (Virginia ham, in particular!) but I would say that blue crab is my favorite food of all time, bar none. We used to catch them in traps in the Bay and eat them fresh out the water, and though they were scarce for many years they seem to be coming back (fingers crossed..) Virginia peanuts (really, don't laugh) are nothing like what you find in a Planters jar.
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*grins* I was born in Brooklyn NY and have always lived within 60 miles or so. Native food to me are:

Bagels, creamcheese n lox
Smoked Whitefish
Chocolate EggCreams
Chocolate Malts
Chopped liver
Tongue sandwiches
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Old 02-25-2004, 03:41 PM   #15
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Well, you can buy crabs, salmon and tuna right off the fishing boats here, and this is the only place I know of where all the b-b-q places have tofu on the menu
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Um, salmon would be the big one I guess. Atlantic salmon is just yucky in comparison. We have tons of fresh seafood, huckleberries... *mind goes blank*
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huckleberries? like Tom Sawyer's friend?
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Yeah, they're really big in Idaho but we have them here too. Huckleberry pie is sooooooooo good
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I can agree with Holly--they are big in Idaho. My fiancé and I picked them last fall along the Snake River and made cobbler—so tasty!

I can't agree with everything Allivymar wrote, but NY bagels are the BEST!!! My mom has offered to ship them to me (when I lived in ID), but it's not the same
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I have relatives in CA, and whenever we go there, we have to bring knishes and bialis (bee-ah-lees) because they can't get them there!
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