It's a question many of us ponder, but few actually know the answer to: If a statewide food fight broke out right now, which type of food would you most likely see flying toward your face?
Or, in simpler terms, which type of cuisine is most prominent in your home state?
The real-estate bloggers at Estately were hungry for an answer, so they turned to Urbanspoon to find out which eateries were most prominent in each state.
It's worth noting, however, that Estately excluded restaurants that specialized in pizza, burgers, sandwiches, fast food, and American cuisine, although it's unclear exactly what falls under that last category. (For instance, barbecue and Hawaiian cuisine can certainly be considered American, but both are still represented in Estately's findings).
Scroll down to view Estately's helpful "United States of Delicious" map, then keep reading for a state-by-state breakdown of the fooderies that flourish within your neck of the woods. For a more in-depth analysis, head over to Estately.com for the original article.
Alabama: BarbecueAlaska: SeafoodArizona: MexicanArkansas: MexicanCalifornia: MexicanColorado: MexicanConnecticut: ItalianDelaware: SeafoodDistrict of Columbia: Pub FoodFlorida: SeafoodGeorgia: SeafoodHawaii: HawaiianIdaho: Pub FoodIllinois: Pub FoodIndiana: Pub FoodIowa: MexicanKansas: MexicanKentucky: MexicanLouisiana: SeafoodMaine: SeafoodMaryland: SeafoodMassachusetts: DoughnutsMichigan: Pub FoodMinnesota: BakeryMississippi: SeafoodMissouri: DinersMontana: Breakfast/BrunchNebraska: MexicanNevada: MexicanNew Hampshire: SeafoodNew Jersey: ItalianNew Mexico: MexicanNew York: ItalianNorth Carolina: SeafoodNorth Dakota: SteakhouseOhio: Pub FoodOklahoma: MexicanOregon: Breakfast/BrunchPennsylvania: ItalianRhode Island: ItalianSouth Carolina: ChineseSouth Dakota: SteakhouseTennessee: MexicanTexas: MexicanUtah: MexicanVermont: Breakfast/BrunchVirginia: MexicanWashington: MexicanWest Virginia: ItalianWisconsin: Pub FoodWyoming: Mexican