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Indiana: Fried-brain sandwich
The Hoosier State is known for its pork products and festival fare. But Evansville, Ind.'s Hilltop Inn, until recently, was more famous for serving up a fried-brain sandwich that dates back to the days of waste-not German and Dutch settlers. After recent USDA regulations concerning the spread of mad cow disease, the restaurant created a version made from pork brains instead.
Ingredients: Oil for frying, brain on a bun with pickles and onions
Fat content: A 6-ounce scoop of beef brain batter fried up at the Hilltop Inn packed about 24 grams of fat. The pork version is estimated to be closer to around 18 grams.
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