There are tons of delicious foods in North Dakota for you to try. Have you ever wondered what is considered North Dakota's signature food?

A Facebook page called Midwest vs Everybody put together a map, showing "Weird Signature Foods from Each Midwest State."


For example, Minnesota’s is the "pickle dog," which I had to look up.

According to a pickle dog is a hotdog served in pickle instead of a bun. It is sliced lengthwise and can be filled with things like cream cheese, and pastrami. You can find pickle dogs at the Minnesota State Fair, where they're often dipped in batter and fried. I can’t decide if this is brilliant or disgusting...TBD.


Michigan‘s weird signature food is said to be something called "Booyah."

Apparently Booyah is a thick stew that originated in Belgium. It’s made with chicken and beef and is typically meant to serve like hundreds or even thousands of people. 

North Dakota's Weird Signature Food

If you’re wondering what the source named as North Dakota’s signature food, I have the answer.


To be honest, I had no idea what this one was either, so I looked it up. It’s a Scandinavian dish. It's dried whitefish that is soaked in lye water and steamed until it becomes gelatinous , according to 

Do you agree with this? Have you ever tried this dish? If we're being honest, I'd have to hard pass on this one.

Want to see what the weird signature foods are in other Midwest states? --Check out the map below.



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