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- Buffalo Chicken Wings. Although created in the 1960s, these fried chicken wings doused in a cayenne-vinegar hot sauce (buffalo sauce) are ubiquitous bar snacks.
- Tater Tots. Yes, we love French Fries too but, for an American variation on the traditional spud, you have to try tater tots. These grated potato mini-balls which are cylindrical in shape and fried with a crispy exterior are found in breakfast spots, fast food joints and diners.
- Hot Dogs. Nothing complements a summer cookout or a baseball game better than an all-American hot dog. Although the creation is credited to the German Charles Feltman, who used buns to serve German sausage (hence also referred to as frankfurter or frank) to save on plates, it was Polish immigrant Nathan Handwerker’s hot dog stand Nathan’s on Coney Island that turned the hot dog into a national icon.
- Apple Pie. You’ve probably heard the phrase “as American as apple pie” and it’s not without reason. Probably the most iconic of American foods, apple pie was first introduced in the States by British and Dutch immigrants.
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