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Pennsylvania: Philly Cheesesteaks: Philly cheesesteaks, the icon of Philadelphia, consist of a long, crunchy roll filled with thin slices of rib-eye beef and melted cheese, typically provolone. They were invented by hot dog vendor Pat Olivieri in 1930. Rumor has it that Pat decided to cook up beef instead of hot dogs one day, and the aroma in the air sent the crowd flocking to try out the new sandwich.   Source: Flickr user phil denton

Pennsylvania: Philly Cheesesteaks: Philly cheesesteaks, the icon of Philadelphia, consist of a long, crunchy roll filled with thin slices of rib-eye beef and melted cheese, typically provolone. They were invented by hot dog vendor Pat Olivieri in 1930. Rumor has it that Pat decided to cook up beef instead of hot dogs one day, and the aroma in the air sent the crowd flocking to try out the new sandwich. Source: Flickr user phil denton

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