This maybe should technically be a Fanshot, since it's a link and all, but since no one reads those, I'll put it here:
I confess to reading Deadspin, though I avoid all mentions of Dear Old State (their snarkiness is tolerable when directed at things other than our alma mater).
I came across this ranking of regional foods and got a hearty chuckle out of the entry for Pennsylvania, not just because of the mention of an oft-discussed breakfast food, but also for spot-on description of Philidelphia.
A few other thoughts: Arkansas fried catfish is criminally underrated, that stuff is amazing. I live in South Carolina and can attest that shrimp and grits are every bit as good as they claim. The featured Hawaiian dish should have at least been a plate lunch (BBQ chicken, rice, mac salad, pineapple) if not poke. Fried green tomatoes should get bumped in favor of beef brisket.
Despite how you feel about my thoughts on the food rankings, I think we can all agree that Ohio was listed in the proper place (even though I *gasp* actually kinda like Skyline chili).
In case of link failure:http://deadspin.com/the-great-american-menu-foods-of-the-states-ranked-an-1349137024