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States ranked by best food and drink

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2. Texas
4. Louisiana
8. Tennessee
9. Kentucky
12. Missouri
14. Alabama
15. Georgia
19. Mississippi
24. Florida
25. South Carolina
37. Arkansas
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this is where i would put florida #1

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Gotta disagree with South Carolina being that low. Dat seafood and BBQ...

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We don't share the good stuff with outsiders.

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I couldn't really find any reason to argue with the top half because all of those states have some badass offerings.

Of course I'm partial to Kentucky's food, but I'll admit those orange bastards south of us know a thing or two about good eats as well.

Edited by PuddingTime, 09 July 2014 - 05:44 AM.

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I'll take Louisiana over any other state. California second

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Ever smoked ribs using pot as a spice on them?
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View Postbbqit, on 09 July 2014 - 07:26 AM, said:

Ever smoked ribs using pot as a spice on them?

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If you've ever eaten our BBQ or Low Country food you'd know we should be much higher than 25th.

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View PostTrueGCFan, on 09 July 2014 - 08:14 AM, said:

If you've ever eaten our BBQ or Low Country food you'd know we should be much higher than 25th.

One things for sure, North Carolina BBQ is Posted Imageing disgusting

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Worst food in the civilized world:  England & Ireland

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I've never had Alabama white sauce.  Any of y'all have a recipe?   We love our smoked mutton here,  but I've found its as common as chicken, pork, turkey, and beef.
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View PostPuddingTime, on 09 July 2014 - 08:51 AM, said:

I've never had Alabama white sauce.  Any of y'all have a recipe?   We love our smoked mutton here,  but I've found its as common as chicken, pork, turkey, and beef.

It's gotten mainstream enough that some chains have their own variation. I'm sure you can find a recipe online. But it is Posted Imageing delicious. It's probably the sole reason Alabama is ranked so high. I don't know of anything in Alabama that really sets it apart from a lot of other states. And Dreamland is overrated dog Posted Image. There are better restaurants in Tuscaloosa within a mile of it.

Also, both Carolina's are overrated. Newsflash, nobody likes that mustard based bullPosted Image except you guys.
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I've had better mustard sauce in Kentucky than I ever have in Carolina
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View PostPuddingTime, on 09 July 2014 - 09:02 AM, said:

I've had better mustard sauce in Kentucky than I ever have in Carolina

Then you didn't go the right place. Either that or your tastebuds are retarded.

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