Classic American Foods EVERYONE Loves To Eat

Frito pie isn't really a pie at all. It's made of corn chips, chili, and cheese, and you can add other Southwestern-style items like refried beans and salsa if you want to.

1. Frito pie

Though when served as a dish, it does look like a Shepherd's pie with a Mexican twist.

In the middle of the 1800s, Boudin Bakery was the first business to sell San Francisco sourdough bread. 

2. San Francisco sourdough

Since then, the naturally soured bread has become a favorite in the United States. 

American camping culture has a romantic side, and the s'more is the meal most associated with sitting around a campfire.

3. S’mores

People have been putting chocolate and marshmallows between graham crackers for almost a century, and the "recipe" for s'mores hasn't changed much over time. 

Americans didn't make coleslaw, but because early settlers grew a lot of cabbage, it was a common salad in the US as early as the 1770s. 

4. Coleslaw

Coleslaw is a popular side dish and picnic salad in the United States. It is usually made with mayonnaise, but there are also forms made with oil.

Soft cheese spread with pimentos is sometimes called "the paté of the South.

5. Pimento cheese

It is sold by the jar in Southern states, but it is also easy to make at home. 

Hawaii is known for a lot of foods, like spam, poi, and shaved ice, but the poke bowl is the one that the rest of the country loves the most. 

6. Poke bowl

Poke is a traditional raw fish dish in Hawaii that has been around for a long time. 

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