Best Foods Unique to the Pacific Northwest PART 2 — Great Ideas for Gifts
I shared a list of the 10 best foods unique to the Pacific Northwest and I really had 20 (because let's face it, we're awesome). So here are the next 10 foods we're famous for!
Idaho is famous for its raspberry pies and milkshakes starting in August!
Tell Boston they can keep their chowder. The clams, oysters and geoducks are famous.
If you want to find them yourselves take a guide or have a professional look over your find. Eat a wrong one and you're dead or in a coma at best.
There's a reason Starbucks and Seattle's Best started in the Emerald City. This city knows their coffee!
With the most breweries per capita in the nation, Portland, Oregon is a great place for beer.
Washington State University's dairy program puts out an aged cheddar that is famous among cheese snobs. Who doesn't like a good cheddar?
Leave the northwest and there's a good chance people don't even know what this confection is. Started in Tacoma, Almond Roca has international fans for its chocolately-toffee crunch with just the right amount of ground almonds.
The most famous food truck in Vancouver, British Columbia sells "Japanese-style hot dogs" called Japadogs.