Indiana

About Regional Flavor

Cafeteria-style dining originated in Indiana, and the heart of the state still has a few large-scale cafeterias where meals are Sunday Supper every day. Indianapolis also is famous for skillet-fried chicken, preferably followed by a slice of the official state dessert, Hoosier Cream Pie. In fact, Indiana is an outstanding pie destination. The other specialty that often precedes pie is a crisp-fried pork tenderloin sandwich, which was invented in Huntington and has since become a favorite throughout the lower Midwest.

Indiana Regional Specialties

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