Tenderloin Trail — Indiana
In Indiana, carnivores can get their fill of this often over-sized cut of deep fried pork along the Tenderloin Trail at many restaurants within the state. So why do Hoosiers feel so, um, tender about tenderloin? Well, this breaded, meaty piece could come in any size or manner of serving — big, small, thick, or flat. It can be placed between two slices of bread or go through other culinary alterations. Either way, polish your order off, and then reward yourself with another state favorite for dessert — sugar cream pie.