A state's most well-known culinary specialty 

From the original creators to the most famous eateries, every state has its own food. 

Even though they make them differently, lobster rolls are famous in both Maine and Connecticut. 

Creamy and tangy best define Alabama's white barbecue sauce, a blend of mayonnaise, vinegar, salt, and ground black pepper. 

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Bob Gibson of Decatur, Alabama's Big Bob Gibson Bar-B-Q originated the sauce in the 1920s. 

It's common to see it on sandwiches or paired with fried or grilled chicken. 

I bet you didn't realize that Arizona was the birthplace of the chimichanga.  

A huge meat tortilla stuffed with veggies and spices, deep-fried, and garnished with cheese and sauce—two Tucson eateries assert they were the first to serve this delicacy. 

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