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Strange Foods Across America

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After travelling throughout the US for work, I noticed that there are some strange delicacies in some parts of the country. Strange is one way to describe it but the taste is usually pretty good. Here are some of my examples...Boudin (sp) Sausage in Lafayette, Louisiana. It tasted good but when I found out what was in it.....
-Fried Cow Brain Sanwich in Indianapolis, Indiana. It was kinda weird but tasted good. The pickles and mayo helped the taste.
Anyone else?

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