American cuisine is one delicacy that’s hard to define, given that it was introduced and influenced by immigrants over the early years. From Northeast to Mid-Atlantic, Southern to Southwest, the eccentric blend of exotic food eventually made America what it is today: a unique myriad of steak houses, sandwich shops and burger joints.
A true melting pot when it comes to staple ingredients – from chicken, wheat, corn, and bread – these components are key in just about any quintessential American food. The most recognisable ones are the all-time classics such as pizzas, burgers, hotdogs and pot pies. However, when it comes to defining the cuisine by locality, it is a different matter altogether.