I haven’t had, and want to try
A Rochester garbage plate
The lamb sandwich at Phillipe’s (already had the beef)
A real Cuban sandwich in Miami
Grapenuts or Indian pudding in a New England diner
beef on weck
A real corned beef and pastrami sandwich from a NY deli; had plenty, but want the authentic experience
A green chili cheeseburger
whole belly clams
The Czech food from the restaurant in Cleveland who’s name escapes me…I love Eastern European food especially in the cold months…
pit beef from Baltimore
Real Santa Maria style barbecue tritip from the Hitching Post in CA
Good tamales, Delta style or otherwise
Biscuits from Loveless Cafe; all my trips to Nashville, and still haven’t gotten there.
A second vote for Cornell Chicken, make it at home several times a year, and it’s great, but the real deal would be cool.
Pies from anyplace Buffetbuster goes, but the Northern Michigan sour cherry pies are tops on the list.