Angel Food Cake - a Pennsylvania Dutch light puffy cake made without yeast or egg yolk, and leavened with beaten egg
Apple Butter - A Pennsylvania Dutch spiced apple
Beefsteak Tomato - a large tomatoe prized for their sweetness and tartness. They are commonly grown in Southern New
Blue Crab - a major industry in Maryland. They are sold in both their hard and soft-shell
Borscht - A beef, beet, and cabbage soup of Russian and Polish origin. Popular among Jewish people. Served hot or cold and garnished with a dollop of sour
Challah - a traditional holiday Jewish egg enriched white yeast
Chicken Pot Pie - a Pennsylvania Dutch chicken stew made with flat squared
Foie Gras - a food product made of the liver of a duck or goose. It is sold whole or ground up into a pate as a side
Funnel Cake - a crispy, squiggly pastry made by pouring batter through funnel into hot fat then swirling it into strips. It is a Pennsylvania Dutch treat that is typically sprinkled with powdered sugar or topped with molasses or
Gyro - A Greek-American sandwich made from rotisserie-roasted seasoned lamb served in the pocket of pita bread. Sold at Greek lunch counters in New York
Latke - A Jewish fried pancake made from grated potatoes sometimes served dolloped sour cream and
Lox - a salt-cured smoked salmon served on a bagel and cream
New York Cheesecake - A dense cream cheese cake with graham cracker crust, and sometimes topped with fresh
Philly Cheese Steak - a sandwich of shaved slices of rib eye steak, onions, and served on a hard roll topped with Cheez
Scrapple - a pan pudding boneless pork simmered with cornmeal or buckwheat flour and flavored with sage.The pudding is chilled, sliced, and pan-fried until golden
Shoofly Pie - a Pennsylvania Dutch pie made with molasses, brown sugar, flour, cinnamon, and
Smithfield Ham - a cured and smoked ham from
Waldorf Salad - a salad of apples, celery and mayo
Reuben Sandwich - a grilled sandwich made with corned beef, Swiss cheese, sauerkraut and Russian
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