Each U.S. State has their unique way of saying things. This appears to be most accurate, and cause the most debate, when it comes to how natives refer to certain food items.
For example... Did you know that there's an endless debate in New Jersey over their beloved breakfast meat, and whether it's called "Taylor Ham" or "Pork Roll?" Either way, when it's ordered on a sandwich, it's often with "salt, pepper, ketchup."
What's some go-to food lingo in your State? Whether it's a famous food item, or the way it's ordered, we want to hear about it.