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The Fattiest Meals in the USA (50 pics)

Posted in Lifestyle » Food   2 Aug 2010   / 32855 views

These are the fattiest food you can find in the USA. Everything looks so calorie-rich and pudgy, but all these meals are traditional American fare.

 

Alabama: Bacon-wrapped meatloaf


Alaska: Eskimo Ice Cream


Arizona: Quadruple Bypass Burger


Arkansas: Catfish


California: In-N-Out Burger Double Double


Colorado: Jack-N-Grill’s 7-pound breakfast burritos


Connecticut: 2-foot-long hot dog


Delaware: Deep-fried pastry


Florida: Empanadas


Georgia: Luther Burger


Hawaii: Loco Moco


Idaho: Bacon Bleu Cheese dressing


Illinois: Deep-dish pizza


Indiana: Fried-brain sandwich


Iowa: Hot beef sundae


Kansas: Charred ends


Kentucky: KFC's Double Down


Louisiana: Beignet


Maine: Lobster roll


Maryland: Smith Island Cake


Massachusetts: Chocolate chip cookies


Michigan: BLT


Minnesota: Dairy Queen's FlameThrower GrillBurger


Mississippi: Mud Pie


Missouri: Hardee's 2/3 Lb. Monster Thickburger


Montana: Rocky Mountain Oysters


Nebraska: Eskimo Pie


Nevada: Buffets


New Hampshire: New England Clam Chowder


New Jersey: Fat Darrell


New Mexico: Frito Pie


New York: Garbage plate


North Carolina: Livermush


North Dakota: Fleischkuechle


Ohio: Bob Evans' Sausage Biscuit Bowl


Oklahoma: Chicken fried steak


Oregon: Brunchbox's Redonkadonk


Pennsylvania: Philly cheesesteak


Rhode Island: New York System Hot Wieners


South Carolina: Turducken


South Dakota: Frybread


Tennessee: Ruby Tuesday's Triple Prime Bacon Cheddar Burger


Texas: Corn dog


Utah: Scone


Vermont: Ben & Jerry's Vermonster


Virginia: Ham


Washington: Crab Louis Salad


West Virginia: Hillbilly Hotdogs' 10-pound burger


Wisconsin: Deep-fried cheese curds


Wyoming: Lamb






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Comments (33):

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Get fucked, Ivan 6 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
This isn't traditional fare any where in the US. Why don't you have an adult help you with your stories next time?
       
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briere 6 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
ewwwiiiee
       
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lol 6 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
but all these meals are traditional American fare.


does that mean all muslims are terrorist.

stop making idiotic remarks. i'm not a strict spell/grammar checker since english is my 3rd language so i'll give 70% of the things posted here a pass, but stereotyping a nation just because pop media shoved it into your throat only makes you look feeble-minded.
       
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jason82 6 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
I'm from the US. What are you people bitching about? This stuff are pretty much traditional american food. I can buy most of this stuff from where i'm from (arizona). Just because our country is fat, doesn't mean that we should lie to people about it!
       
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jacksonexl 6 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
traditional american fare? that's a huge stretch on that one. most of those zainy items are crazy concoctions at 1 restaurant in some odd state. and menu items from world wide chains like the kfc double down, really?
       
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American 6 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
I am completely offended that you'd stereotype America's food like that considering American food consists of a huge melting pot of food from all over the world. Did you know the burger was actually invented in Europe? Almost all these things are some variation of the normal food. The "BLT" is actually a small sandwich with bacon, lettuce, and tomato, not that monstrous nasty thing you have listed up there.
       
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definition of traditional 6 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
I don't think word means what you think it means. Americans haven't been eating Double Downs and Eskimo Pies for generations and generations. You're never going to be with family and hear, "Grandma makes the best Hot Beef Sundaes ever!"

That's not even a traditional cheesesteak.
       
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izimyfizzi 6 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
Yep. And Americans try to sell this lard encrusted shit to every other country. Fat fucks.
       
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xenomorph 6 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
jacksonexl,

omg, of course you ARE american and of course you ARE offended. that's what you're good at, right? being offended and constantly trying to force other nations to respect your culture, politics, etc?

here's another thought - why don't you grow the f up and start taking responsibility for your actions? no one is criticizing the shit you eat, but you can at least own up to the fact that it is, nevertheless, shit...
       
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zugzub 6 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
Quote: xenomorph
omg, of course you ARE american and of course you ARE offended


I'm American, I'm not offended. But lets get real, a little ham is gong to kill you. Neither is the lamb.

Take Turducken for example. The Europeans have been making nested bird dishes for ages. Clean back to the Roman empire.

A lot of these are NOT traditional American fare. Bur rather than educate yourself you prefer to be poor little prejudiced bigot living in your mothers basement.
       
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Charlotte 6 year s ago MARK AS SPAM

I as an American have never heard of the majority of these food items. But I am not offended by the post, just the inaccuracy of it...
       
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NightRaven 6 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
I would like to point out that the Massachusetts Commonwealth food is considered the Fluffernutter, http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/13445850/[enter URL] , not chocolate chip cookies.
       
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justme 6 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
as an American, I can say...meh..none of that crap looks good. blugh.
       
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Norm 6 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
I'm from Massachusetts and we get the chocolate chip cookie! LOL Easily the simplest thing on the menu. Though we are more known for our clam chowder and baked beans.

What a joke this post is...
       
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Rob12 6 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
Ketchup on a cheesesteak??? Someone needs a big fat bitchslap.
       
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stop_hate 6 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
Like all stereotypes, this post is about as accurate as saying the French are rude, Polish are stupid and all of Islam are terrorists. The truth is this food does exist but most if not all are not a regular part of the US diet if eaten at all. Except for that BLT with 10 pounds of bacon. That actually is eaten everyday for lunch with a 54 oz cup of coca-cola by every citizen of the US... Get real, use your brain and don’t buy into misinformed ramblings.
       
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Phang 6 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
Um...but the French ARE rude!
       
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Henry Mowry 6 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
ME BIG STUPID AMARICAN. ME EAT ALL FOOD ON MENU. ME FAT AND DUMM AND ONLY LIKE BACON AND DEEP-FRIED CHEEZE.

Load me up some "charred ends" and an ol' fashioned traditional Indiana fried brain sandwich, please!
       
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American Pigdog 6 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
If you people think that this always ends up on American tables, you're a bunch of morons. Seriously, do you think someone can keep up with a calorie count like that? That's insane. Maybe you people should go back and take a health class at the local high school.

"Blah blah, fat Americans". The ones who are fat are usually the ones who would have been fat had they been born anywhere else. It's not like we brought up being told "omg, haz moar lard lolz! iz gud?"

Izismile, when you say "Traditional" it really sounds like you're saying "is commonly eaten". That's just misleading and kinda dumb. I personally have never eaten 90% of the stuff up there and don't know anyone who has.

And xenomorph, quit making sweeping generalizations. It's silly.
       
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.. 6 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
face it americans yall eat hella shit for food and no wonda theres so many fat ppls there
       
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Evil Dick 6 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
#50 Why is Wyomong lamb fattening? You can see that it's grilled and that the lime is garnish which to me looks healthy.
       
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confused 6 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
traditional American fare? according to WHO?
       
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SUCK ME GUYS, I ENJOY TEETH ON MY WEINER 6 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
WTF THIS LIST IS SHIT
       
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dr. retarded 6 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
do you know anything about regional food? why does new mexico have frito pie? fritos were invented in san antonio. and is that ketchup on a philly cheese steak? a corn dog is all texas got? it's fucking beef country! really, a corn dog? you shouldn't have listed states next to the food. you clearly have no idea what you're talking about. you gave montana the oysters and colorado a burrito. i hate you and hope you only get to eat bland scrambled eggs and celery for the rest of your life. next time do some research and ask your mom for help when trying to make a blog.
       
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America 6 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
We do not eat that, we are all at the pinnacle of physical fitness. We do not need mobility scooters to get around Walmart and Target. LOL. The indignant rage of fat americans is rather funny. You can almost hear Amercan Pigdogs ragged breathing as he shoves another hot pocket down his throat, to calm his frayed nerves after reading such a biased post.
LOL.
       
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American Pigdog 6 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
At 160 lbs and 5'11", my breathing is hardly ragged. I also don't need a mobility scooter to get around and I don't hang around with people who actively try to eat themselves to death.

Many non-americans such as yourself are narrow minded, believe everything they see on TV, are incredibly condescending without reason, and are quick to jump to conclusions. We could say that all non-americans are that way, but we don't. :p

While you're sitting all high and mighty, remember that obesity rates are increasing rapidly in Italy and Germany as well as many other countries. It's only a matter of time before you're hanging out in front of the TV with a couple pounds of cheese fries, recounting fantastic tales of when you used to be in top shape to your blubbery children.
       
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Beetle 6 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
Sorry, but that is not "traditional American food". Youve obviously never been to America, but if you had you would know that most of the trash said about Americans by other cultures is not true. Like we eat hamburgers with donuts for buns, or 10 inch tall bacon sandwiches. Give me a break.
       
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beetle 6 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
You know, as I read the comments on this site it's really disgusting how bigoted so many other cultures are. It makes me glad to be an American, raised with tolerance and acceptance of other cultures, and where people have better things to do that put down other countries. I hope someday the rest of the world catches up with America's sense of acceptance and social evolution. Until then, I hope that every one of the bitter and hateful people on this site (and in the world) can find something meaningful in life that brings you some much needed happiness.
       
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4down2 6 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
#33 North Carolina " Livermush " will have to try in the future !
       
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NC 6 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
As someone from NC, born and Raised. I have to say I have never even HEARD of livermush, if anything the fattening food NC is famous for is shredded pork with vinegar, or in laymans terms, The BBQ Sandwich.

Granted i've spent most of my life eating the fresh veggies and eggs from local farmers (there is literally a farmers market every 10 miles in the rural piedmont), but thats just me.
       
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Peanut 6 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
Quit bashing the Americans. And since when did they start eating fried brains on hot cross buns?

#44 isn't a scone. It looks more like some sort of a doughnut. A scone is a small bun with currants or raisins and is baked. It is a tradition Scottish goody served with tea.
       
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2Cool4Ice 6 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
Eskimopie sounds great hahaha its just normal ice cream
You can't get lost if you follow your own path
       
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I'm just a Girl 6 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
This list is incredible! So let me get this straight. You traveled all the way to America to eat lunch high in every state? That is amazing! I'm still having trouble figuring out how you were able to smuggle your crack pipe into the U.S. during a time of such heighten security! It's quite obvious you smoked the drugs before going to lunch because I haven't even seen the majority of food items on this list and I actually live in this country! Okay, I take back part of my last statement because you were clearly dropping some acid in Arizona, that burger is definitely not real! Thanks for the entertainment and I look forward to your next piece “American Tourists are rude” I promise if you stop throwing rotten vegetables at them in the streets they will be nice!
       














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