If You Grew Up In Pennsylvania, You Definitely Love These 10 Classic Dishes
Who’s up for a round of remembering the good old days in Pennsylvania? Sled riding down steep hills, walking to school in a foot of snow, and the smell of dinner wafting from the kitchen to the bedroom. We Pennsylvanians sure are spoiled when it comes to amazing food. Like these 10 classic Pennsylvania dishes most of us ate – and loved – growing up.
We’re aware that these uncertain times are limiting many aspects of life as we all practice social and physical distancing. While we’re continuing to feature destinations that make our state wonderful, we don’t expect or encourage you to go check them out immediately. We believe that supporting local attractions is important now more than ever and we hope our articles inspire your future adventures! And on that note, please nominate your favorite local business that could use some love right now: https://www.onlyinyourstate.com/nominate/
What are some other classic Pennsylvania dishes that you love? Share your thoughts and recipes with us in the comments below!
Love dining out? Click here to read more about an iconic BBQ joint in PA.
We Pennsylvanians enjoy a wide variety of delicious eats. While it can be hard to pinpoint our all-time favorite food, Philly cheesesteaks are definitely a beloved meal. With generous helpings of thinly sliced beef, a delicious cheese spread, and a fresh hoagie roll, this classic dish has become synonymous with Pennsylvania. In addition to these perfect sandwiches, Pennsylvania is known for its incredible pretzels. That’s right! Some of the country’s oldest pretzel bakeries, including Snyder’s of Hanover, can be found right here in Pennsylvania. There really is no shortage of delicious eats in the Keystone State.
Which is an iconic food of the Pennsylvania Dutch?
Scrapple is one of the most famous Pennsylvania Dutch dishes. This iconic meal consists of pork scraps and trimmings and cornmeal that’s been shaped into a loaf. To outsiders, this dish may not sound too appetizing. But us Pennsylvanians know just how delicious it really is. Another classic Pennsylvania Dutch food is chicken corn soup. This warm and nourishing meal is especially comforting on a cold winter day. The delightful combination of corn, egg noodles, and dumplings is absolutely wonderful.
Where can I find classic Pennsylvania dishes?
If you’re craving a serving of iconic Pennsylvania foods, visit Hometown Kitchen in Quarryville. This charming restaurant serves comfort food classics in a laid back atmosphere. You’ll also find scrumptious Amish eats at Bird-in-Hand Family Restaurant & Smorgasbord. This eatery makes some of the best Pennsylvania Dutch food around. After a hearty serving of biscuits and apple butter, scrapple, and mashed potatoes, you’ll feel full and happy. Bring your loved ones and enjoy a delicious meal together! Dishes like these are meant to be enjoyed with friends and family.