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One of the greatest things about eating in America is the wealth of regional specialties. Seems like every city has something brag about, from gumbo in New Orleans to cheese curds in Green Bay. Some have spread across the country (who hasn't sampled a version of a Philly cheesesteak?) but others have stayed under the radar. AOL Travel has two lists of regional foods you might not know about, from Rhode Island's creamy Coffee Milk to Buffalo, New York's savory Beef on Weck -- and all of them are worth a road trip.
Want to see if your local delicacy made the cut? Check out both lists on AOL Travel.