List of U.S. state foods

This is a list of official U.S. state foods:

StateFood typeFood nameImageYear &
citation
AlabamaState nutPecanPecan-nuts-on-tree.jpg1982[1]
State fruitBlackberryBlackberry fruits10.jpg2004[2]
State tree fruitPeachFlavorcrest peaches.jpg2006[3]
State dessertLane cakeSlice of lane cake.jpg2016[4]
State vegetableSweet potato5aday sweet potato.jpg2021[5]
AlaskaNone[6]
ArizonaNone[7]
ArkansasState fruit
State vegetable
South Arkansas Vine Ripe Pink TomatoBright red tomato and cross section02.jpg1987[8]
State grainRiceRice p1160004.jpg2007[9]
State grapeCynthiana (Vitis aestivalis)Norton grapes growing in Missouri.jpg2009[10]
State nutPecanPecans-4352.jpg2009[11]
California[notes 1]State nutsAlmond, Walnut, Pistachio, and Pecan
2017[12][13][14]
ColoradoNone[15]
ConnecticutNone[16]
DelawareState herbSweet goldenrod
(Solidago odora)
Solidago odora Arkansas.jpg1996[17]
State dessertPeach piePeach custard pie (1416028394).jpg2009[18]
State fruitStrawberryStrawberry444.jpg2010[19]
FloridaState fruitOrangeOrangeBloss wb.jpg2005[20][21]
State pieKey lime pieKey limepie.jpg2006[22]
State honeyTupelo honey2016[23]
Georgia[notes 2][24]State vegetableVidalia sweet onionSweet onions 1.jpg1990[25][26]
State fruitPeachFlavorcrest peaches.jpg1995[27][28]
State prepared foodGritsGrits 1.jpg2002[29]
Hawaii[notes 3]None[30][31]
IdahoState fruitHuckleberryBog huckleberry.jpg2000[32]
State vegetablePotatoPotato and cross section.jpg2002[32]
IllinoisState snack foodPopcornPopcorn02.jpg2004 [33]
State fruitGoldRush Apple (Malus × domestica)2007[33]
State vegetableSweet cornVegCorn.jpg2015[33]
State piePumpkin piePumpkin Pie.jpg2016[33]
State grainCornZea mays.jpg2018[33][34]
Indiana[notes 4]None[35][36]
IowaNone[37]
KansasNone[38]
KentuckyState fruitBlackberryBlackberry fruits10.jpg2004[39][40]
LouisianaState fruitLouisiana strawberryStrawberry444.jpg1980[41]
State jelliesMayhaw jelly
and
Louisiana sugar cane jelly
Mayhaw jelly jar us state food crop.jpg2003[42]
State meat pieNatchitoches meat pieNatchitoches-meatpies-and-beans-rice.jpg2003[43]
State vegetableSweet potato5aday sweet potato.jpg2003[44]
State cuisineGumboGumbo.JPG2004[45]
MaineState berryWild blueberryBlueberries.jpg1991[46]
State herbWintergreenFountainSpringsWintergreen.png1999[47]
State dessertBlueberry pie made with wild Maine blueberriesBest Blueberry Pie with Foolproof Pie Dough.jpg2011[48][49]
State treatWhoopie pieWhoopie pie with dusting of confectioner's sugar.jpg2011[50][49]
State sweetenerPure Maine maple syrupMaple syrup.jpg2015[51]
MarylandState dessertSmith Island CakeSmith island cake2009.jpg2008[52]
MassachusettsState muffinCorn muffinCorn bread muffins 1 copy.jpg1986[53][54]
State beanBaked navy beanSnijboon peulen Phaseolus vulgaris.jpg1993[53][55]
State berryCranberryCranberry bog.jpg1994[53][56]
State dessertBoston cream pieBostoncreampie.jpg1996[53][57]
State cookieChocolate chip cookieChocolate chip cookies.jpg1997[53][58]
State doughnutBoston cream doughnutBoston cream doughnut bisected.jpg2003[53][59]
MichiganNone[60]
MinnesotaState grainWild riceWildRice23.jpg1977[61]
State mushroomMorelSmardz-Morchella-Ejdzej-2006.jpg1984[61]
State muffinBlueberry muffinMuffin NIH.jpg1988[61]
State fruitHoneycrisp appleHoneycrisp.jpg2006[61]
MississippiNone[62]
MissouriState tree nutEastern black walnut (Juglans nigra)Black Walnut Juglans nigra Nut 2400px.jpg1990[63]
State grapeNorton/Cynthiana (Vitis aestivalis)Norton grapes growing in Missouri.jpg2003[64][65]
State dessertIce cream cone2008[66]
MontanaNone[67]
NebraskaNone[68]
NevadaNone[69]
New HampshireState fruitPumpkinPumpkins.jpg2006[70]
State vegetableWhite PotatoPotato and cross section.jpg2013[71]
New JerseyState fruitNorthern highbush blueberryVaccinium corymbosum Beeren.jpg2004[72]
New MexicoState vegetablesNew Mexico chile[notes 5]
and
Frijoles pintos (Pinto beans)
1965[73][74]
State cookieBiscochitoBiscochitos at the State Capitol, Santa Fe NM.jpg1989[73]
New YorkState fruitApple95apple.jpeg1976[75][76]
State muffinApple muffinAllison's Fine Baked Goods Apple Muffin 2010.jpg1987[75][77]
State snackYogurt2014[78][79]
North CarolinaState vegetableSweet potato5aday sweet potato.jpg1995[80]
State blue berryBlueberryBlueberries.jpg2001[80]
State red berryStrawberryStrawberry444.jpg2001[80]
State fruitScuppernong grapeMuscadines.Scuppernongs.jpg2001[80]
North DakotaState fruitChokecherryPrunus virginiana.jpg2007[81]
OhioState fruitTomatoBright red tomato and cross section02.jpg2009[82]
State native fruitPawpawAsimina triloba3.jpg2009[82]
OklahomaState mealOklahoma state meal:
Chicken-fried steak,
barbequed pork,
fried okra,
squash,
cornbread,
grits,
corn,
sausage with biscuits and gravy,
black-eyed peas,
strawberries,
and
pecan pie
1988[83][84]
State fruitStrawberryStrawberry444.jpg2005[83]
State vegetableWatermelonVampire watermelon.jpg2007[83][85]
State steakRibeyeRibeye-MCB-MaggieO.jpg2019[86]
OregonState nutHazelnut (Filbert)Corylus avellana.jpg1989[87]
State mushroomPacific Golden ChanterelleChanterelle Cantharellus cibarius.jpg1999[87]
State fruitPearPears.jpg2005[87]
PennsylvaniaNone[88][89]
Rhode IslandState fruitRhode Island Greening AppleRhode Island Greening Apple outside.jpg1991[90]
State appetizerCalamari2015[91]
South CarolinaState fruitPeachFlavorcrest peaches.jpg1984[92][93]
State snack foodBoiled peanuts2006[92][94]
State vegetableCollard greensCollard-Greens-Bundle.jpg2011[92][95]
State picnic cuisineBarbecueBarbecue pork sandwiches.jpg2014[92]
South DakotaState dessertKuchenStreuselkuchen7.jpg2000[96]
State breadFrybreadFrybread.jpg2005[96]
TennesseeState fruitTomatoBright red tomato and cross section02.jpg2003[97]
Texas[notes 6]State dishChiliBowl of Chili No Beans.jpg1977[98]
State fruitTexas Red GrapefruitCitrus paradisi (Grapefruit, pink) white bg.jpg1993[98]
State pepperJalapeñoJalapenyo.jpg1995[98]
State native pepperChiltepinChiltepin mexico sonora.jpg1997[98]
State vegetableSweet onionSweet onions 1.jpg1997[98]
State health nutNative pecanPecan-nuts-on-tree.jpg2001[98]
State snackTortilla chips
and
salsa
Mission Tortilla Triangles.JPG
Mexico.Salsa.02.jpg
2003[98]
State breadPan de campoPan de campo.jpg2005[98]
State cobblerPeach cobblerPeach cobbler (cropped).jpg2013[98]
State piePecan piePecan pie slice.jpg2013[98]
State squashPumpkinPumpkins.jpg2013[98]
UtahState fruitCherry1997[99]
State snack foodJell-ODay 18 - Still Eating The Green Jello (gifrancis).jpg2001[100]
State historic vegetableSugar beetSugarBeet.jpg2002[101]
State vegetableSpanish sweet onionSweet onions 1.jpg2002[101]
VermontState flavorMapleMaple syrup.jpg1993[102]
State fruitApple95apple.jpeg1999[103]
State pieApple pie, required by law to be served with:
a glass of cold milk,
a slice of cheddar cheese weighing a minimum of 1/2 ounce, or
a large scoop of vanilla ice cream.
Apple pie.jpg1999[104][105]
State vegetableGilfeather Turnip2015[106]
VirginiaNone[107]
WashingtonState fruitApple95apple.jpeg1989[108]
State vegetableWalla Walla sweet onionSweet onions 1.jpg2007[109]
West VirginiaState fruitGolden Delicious appleGolden delicious apple.jpg1995[110]
WisconsinState grainCorn (Zea mays)Zea mays.jpg1989[111][112][113]
State fruitCranberry (Vaccinium macrocarpon)Cranberry bog.jpg2003[111][113]
State pastryKringle2013[111][114]
State dairy productCheeseCheese.jpg2017[111][115]
WyomingNone[116]

Notes

  1. ^ In a proclamation as acting governor, Lt. Gov. Gavin Newsom declared the artichoke state vegetable, the avocado state fruit, the almond state nut, and rice state grain. The legislature did not enact these.
  2. ^ Georgia declared peanuts the state crop.
  3. ^ Hawaii's official state plant is kalo (Colocasia esculenta; taro).
  4. ^ Indiana Senate Resolution 59 (2009) made sugar cream pie (renamed "Hoosier Pie") "unofficial state pie" in 2009.
  5. ^ New Mexico's official state question, "Red or green?", refers to chilies. The official answer is, "Red and green, or Christmas."
  6. ^ In 2003, Texas law made sopaipilla and strudel state pastries until 2005.

See also

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Author/Creator: Ellen Levy Finch (Elf), Licence: CC-BY-SA-3.0

Orange blossom and oranges.
Taken by Ellen Levy Finch (en:User:Elf) March 23, 2004.
Originally uploaded on English Wikipedia.
Black Walnut Juglans nigra Nut 2400px.jpg
Author/Creator: Photo by and (c)2007 Derek Ramsey (Ram-Man). Location credit to the Chanticleer Garden., Licence: CC-BY-SA-3.0

A picture of a nut of the Black Walnuten (Juglans nigra en ) tree. Photo taken at the Chanticleer Garden where it was identified. The tree was located near the Teacup Garden.

Camera and Exposure Details:
Camera: Nikon D50
Lens: Sigma 70mm f/2.8 EX DG Macro
Exposure: 70mm (105mm in 35mm equivalent) f/5 @ 1/125 s.
SugarBeet.jpg
Two en:sugar beet roots. The one on the right is a traditional sugar beet. The one on the left, is a cultivated variety call SR96, which has been selected for its smoother root that collects less soil and needs less washing during processing. USDA photo by Peggy Greb. Image Number K11128-1.
Popcorn02.jpg
Author/Creator:


fir0002
flagstaffotos [at] gmail.com
Canon 20D + Tamron 28-75mm f/2.8
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Popcorn
Flavorcrest peaches.jpg
Flavorcrest peaches
Snijboon peulen Phaseolus vulgaris.jpg
Author/Creator: Rasbak, Licence: CC-BY-SA-3.0
Phaseolus vulgaris
Chiltepin mexico sonora.jpg
Author/Creator: unknown, Licence: CC-BY-SA-3.0
Pan de campo.jpg
Author/Creator: Aleeex.up, Licence: CC BY-SA 3.0
scds
Key limepie.jpg
Foto van een Key lime pie, een taart van zandgebak met een vulling van room, limoen en eiwitschuim.
New Mexico green chile.jpg
Author/Creator: Littlemisslibrarian, Licence: CC BY-SA 3.0
Photo of New Mexico green chile.
Honeycrisp.jpg
Author/Creator: Jonathunder, Licence: CC BY-SA 3.0
Honeycrisp apple grown in Rochester, Minnesota
Boiled peanut.jpg
(c) ColaPorter at English Wikipedia, CC BY 3.0
Photographed by Robert Porter, to be used for display on boiled peanut page. Photo is of a rare 5-lobe boiled peanut, in shell.
Slice of lane cake.jpg
Author/Creator: Eunice, Licence: CC BY-SA 2.0
A thick slice of Lane cake, which includes a fruity sweet-sour filling between very light vanilla cake layers.
Jalapenyo.jpg
Jalapeno peppers
Best Blueberry Pie with Foolproof Pie Dough.jpg
Author/Creator: thebittenword.com, Licence: CC BY 2.0
Best Blueberry Pie with Foolproof Pie Dough.
Mission Tortilla Triangles.JPG
Author/Creator: BrokenSphere, Licence: CC BY-SA 3.0
Mission Tortilla Triangles
Pork steaks cooking-1.jpg
Author/Creator: Wikipedian Kbh3rd, Licence: CC-BY-SA-3.0
Pork steaks cooking over a charcoal fire
Norton grapes growing in Missouri.jpg
Author/Creator: Don Kasak, Licence: CC BY 2.0
Hybrid Norton grapes at Chaumette Winery
Ribeye-MCB-MaggieO.jpg
Author/Creator: Maggie Osterberg, Licence: CC BY-SA 2.5
USDA Choice beef ribeye steak from Cetak's Gourmet Meats, Lincoln, NE. Photo made by Maggie Osterberg on 2006-10-01 and released to Wikipedia under CC-BY-SA 2.5
Skillet cornbread 1.jpg

Cornbread in a cast iron skillet.
Corn bread muffins 1 copy.jpg
Author/Creator: Southern Foodways Alliance, Licence: CC BY 2.0

Carter Family Fold - Hiltons, VA Photo by Amy C Evans, SFA oral historian February 2009

www.southernfoodways.com
Muscadines.Scuppernongs.jpg
Author/Creator: Dcoetzee at en.wikipedia, Licence: CC0
Some muscadines (the red ones) and scuppernongs (the green ones) in a bowl on a countertop. Taken in an apartment in Smyrna, Georgia, United States.
Maple syrup.jpg
Bottle of maple syrup from Quebec, Canada.
Corylus avellana.jpg
Author/Creator: unknown, Licence: CC-BY-SA-3.0
Cheese.jpg

Title Cheese
Description A single wedge of swiss cheese.
Topics/Categories Food and Drink
Type Color, Photo
Source National Cancer Institute
Collard-Greens-Bundle.jpg
A bundle of collard greens, from an organic food co-op.
Pecans-4352.jpg
Author/Creator:

Loadmaster (David R. Tribble)

PylonsSunset-5982.jpg This image was made by Loadmaster (David R. Tribble)

Email the author: UserIconMail.svg David R. Tribble

Also see my personal gallery at Google Photos

, Licence: CC BY-SA 3.0
Pecans (unshelled) (Carya illinoinensis).
Vampire watermelon.jpg
Public domain photo by James E. Scarborough August 28, 2004 of a vampire watermelon. I bought the watermelon at the Raleigh, USA Farmers' market on August 24, 2004 at about 17:20 (GMT-4) and stored it until August 28, 2004 12:00 between 74 and 80 degrees Faharenheit (23-27 C).
Smith island cake2009.jpg
Author/Creator: Jane Thomas, Licence: CC BY 2.0
This is what I had for lunch today :) Smith Island cake (the state dessert of Maryland) and fresh local organic strawberries.
Mandel Gr 99.jpg
Author/Creator: unknown, Licence: CC-BY-SA-3.0
Muffin NIH.jpg
A single blueberry muffin
Bowl of Chili No Beans.jpg
A bowl of traditional Texas Red Chili
Bright red tomato and cross section02.jpg
Author/Creator:


fir0002
flagstaffotos [at] gmail.com
Canon 20D + Sigma 150mm f/2.8
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A bright red tomato and a cross section of another tomato placed by the side for comparison. Size of uncut tomato is approx 10cm in diameter
Asimina triloba3.jpg
Asimina triloba —Pawpaw tree; fruit.
  • The species yields 7–12 centimetres (2.8–4.7 in) long fruit, the largest fruit native to the United States.
5aday sweet potato.jpg
sweet potato National Cancer Institute's 5 A Day Resources & Tools.
Bog huckleberry.jpg
Author/Creator: VersicolorA, Licence: CC-BY-SA-3.0
Bog Huckleberry at Polly's Cove, Nova Scotia
Kringle.jpeg
(c) Wis2fan at English Wikipedia, CC BY-SA 3.0
A typical oval Racine, Wisconsin style kringle
Boston cream doughnut bisected.jpg
Author/Creator: No machine-readable author provided. CommonsHelper2 Bot assumed (based on copyright claims)., Licence: CC BY 3.0
Boston cream doughnut bisected to show interior (please note limited cream content as indicative of cheapo independent donut franchise). Photo by ChildofMidnight. Attribution required.
Fried calamari.jpg
(c) Chensiyuan, CC-BY-SA-3.0
A photograph of Fried calamari (squid).
Peach custard pie (1416028394).jpg
Author/Creator: Everett Mar, Licence: CC BY 2.0
This is a peach custard pie I made for some friends who were coming over for supper. Something like 7 peaches went into this, along with a lot of brown sugar, cream, and cinnamon. That's also a scratch crust with ice cold milk instead of my usual ice water. Good and flaky.
Mexico.Salsa.02.jpg
Author/Creator: unknown, Licence: CC-BY-SA-3.0
Cranberry bog.jpg
A coastal Washington cranberry bog
Mayhaw jelly jar us state food crop.jpg
Author/Creator: , Licence: CC BY 3.0
Driving back to Savannah via Athens, we stopped at a farm stand off US-129 to buy some peaches for a snack. The signs advertising the farm stand said, "MAYHAW JELLY!" So once we got there and surveyed the jellies, we asked the woman working there what mayhaw jelly was. She said: "A mayhaw is like a cross between a berry and a haw." (At this point Richard couldn't speak in fear of laughing inappropriately, so we both nodded.) "It's really really sour, but when you mix it with the sugar, it's just...people come here and buy four, five jars of it at a time. It's my most expensive jelly"--six dollars, she whispers--"but it's..." SOLD!
Golden delicious apple.jpg
Author/Creator:


fir0002
flagstaffotos [at] gmail.com
Canon 20D + Tamron 28-75mm f/2.8
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Golden delecious apple fruit
Pumpkins.jpg
Author/Creator: Martin Doege (Morn), uploaded to English WP on 2003-08-21, Licence: GFDL 1.2
Pumpkins, photographed in Canada.
Cherries summerland.jpg
(c) I, Clayoquot, CC-BY-SA-3.0
Cherry tree branches with cherries in Summerland, British Columbia
Biscuits-and-gravy.jpg
Picture of Biscuits and gravy, with a side order of home fries. Image taken by the author at Daddypop's Tumble Inn Diner in Claremont, NH, USA.
Pecan pie slice.jpg
Author/Creator: Stu Spivack (Flickr account), Licence: CC BY-SA 2.0
A slice of pecan pie.
Gumbo.JPG
Author/Creator: Amadscientist, Licence: CC BY-SA 3.0
Gumbo over rice.
Apple pie.jpg
Author/Creator: Dan Parsons, Licence: CC BY-SA 2.0
Apple pie
95apple.jpeg
Wild Malus sieversii apple, Tarbagatai mountains, Kazakhstan.
Natchitoches-meatpies-and-beans-rice.jpg
Author/Creator: Kimberly Vardeman, Licence: CC BY 2.0
From Flickr: Natchitoches Meat Pies, Once and Future Beans, and White Rice
Rice p1160004.jpg
Author/Creator: David Monniaux, Licence: CC-BY-SA-3.0
Pre-steamed long rice
Day 18 - Still Eating The Green Jello (gifrancis).jpg
Author/Creator: Gisela Francisco, Licence: CC BY 2.0
Photo of green gelatin
Smardz-Morchella-Ejdzej-2006.jpg
Author/Creator: unknown, Licence: CC BY-SA 3.0