Since it's now the Fourth of July weekend, when so many of us will soon be going outside to fire up the grill for a great outdoor cookout, this seems like an appropriate topic for discussion.
The article below lists what CNN Travel considers to be the top 50 most popular American food dishes, cookout or otherwise.
Which is, of course, only their opinion.
So, if there was ever a thread that called for responses, this one is it.
So if you don't see your own favorite dish or dishes on CNN's list below, or your favorite is there but you think it should be ranked higher, then by all means post away.
Tell us all about
your favorite, and thus correct CNN Travel's extreme negligence in omitting or mis-rating your own favorite culinary delight.
And aside from the holiday, all you guys from Canada, the UK, Australia, etc. jump in too, and tell us about
something that's really delicious where you are, and that we Yanks are unfortunately missing.
Food critics, go to it!travel.cnn.com/explorations/eat/best-usa-travel/top-50-american-foods-513946
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