American Cuisine Information Guide

Cuisine of the United States of America. Information guide about the cuisine from the different states. Discover the influences of different regions, what makes up the food and the different ingrediants used in the different areas of America. Find and share local recipes from all across America and find new and interesting meals that you could try cooking at home for yourself or your family.

Cuisine of Texas

Food of Texas

As varied as its melting pot of cultures and storied past, Texas is as well-known for its outstanding cuisine as its friendly residents. Whether visitors are looking for award-winning barbecue, authentic Tex-Mex, delectable hand-cut steaks, freshly caught seafood from the Gulf Coast or a contemporary experience to tickle the palate, one cannot go wrong with the diverse and deeply rooted dishes Texas has to offer. Discover world-class cuisine at first-class restaurants across the state, making for the ultimate dining experience!

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Cuisine of Florida

The cuisine of Florida or ‘Floribbean Cuisine’ is a fusion of many colourful cultures. Basic foods started with the natives who have been here for 12,000 years, Spain’s influence came with explorer Juan de Leon 500 years ago. Slaves from Africa brought their own cuisine to the mix, next the migration of Asian workers, who replaced the freed African slaves, have also played an important role in Floribbean cuisine. Florida has also attracted immigrants from all over the world but a major influence has come from the Caribbean, Jamaica, Barbados, Haiti, the Bahamas and Trinidad and Tobago.

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Cuisine of Phoenix

Desert character. It can’t be conjured, landscaped or kindled with twinkling bulbs. John Ford knew that. So did Frank Lloyd Wright and Louis L’Amour. Spend a few days in Greater Phoenix and you’ll understand, too. America’s sixth-largest city still has cowboys and red-rock buttes and the kind of cactus most people see only in cartoons. It is the heart of the Sonoran Desert and the gateway to the Grand Canyon, and its history is a testament to the spirit of Puebloans, ranchers, miners and visionaries. This timeless Southwestern backdrop is the perfect setting for family vacations, weekend adventures or romantic getaways.

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Cuisine of Los Angeles

Huts on the beach in Los Angeles

LA is filled with fabulous restaurants, and finding a place to eat is a bit like finding a nice place to relax on the beach. It’s hard to go wrong. But to help narrow things down just a bit, we’ve pulled together some of our favourite restaurants, sorted by regions.

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Cuisine of Atlanta

Looking for a dining recommendation in Atlanta? Just ask the locals. Dining is one of Atlanta’s favorite past times, with residents spending half of their annual food budget on eating away from home. Atlanta boasts more than 700 Zagat-rated restaurants from upscale gourmet cuisine to progressive variations of Southern staples. In the past five years, 45 Atlanta chefs have been nominated as semifinalists for the James Beard Awards. It’s no wonder Atlantans are letting the professionals do the cooking.

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Cuisine of Myrtle Beach

Coastal Culinary Delights in Myrtle Beach

Traveler’s world-over journey near and far to discover the unfamiliar and the types of tastes that distinguish ever-lasting vacation memories. Visitors to the Myrtle Beach area are in for a treat that pleases each and every palate with various styles of strikingly delicious cooking. The area is historically known for its fresh local seafood, rice, grits, sweet potatoes, peaches, berries and a fresh produce season that starts in early spring – making Myrtle Beach a paradise for every “foodie” to indulge. At the northern end of the Grand Strand, North Carolina-style Calabash reigns supreme, with its traditional lightly-breaded, fried seafood meals.

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Cuisine of Montana

A plate with Huckleberry Pie

Huckleberries usually begin to ripen in mid-July. If you can’t get here in the summer for these freshly picked Montana gems, Missoula offers many off-season options including huckleberry ice cream or a huckleberry martini.

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