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- Cooking : The act of using heat to prepare food for eating. Cooking may also be said to occur by certain cold-preparation methods.
- Cuisine : A specific set of cooking traditions and practices, often associated with a specific culture.
- United States of America : a large nation in middle North America with a republic of fifty semi-independent states, a nation since 1776.
- Barbecue : Cooking technique that involves slow cooking with charcoal or wood fires, sometimes outdoors, but generally in special ovens.
- Cajun cuisine : Add brief definition or description
- Chinese-American cuisine : As first seen in the U.S., primarily variants of Canton/Guangzhou style home cooking prepared not by skilled chefs, but railroad workers and other laborers; some dishes, such as chop suey, first appeared in the U.S.
- Fast food : Food prepared and served quickly for on-the-go consumption.
- German-American cuisine : Add brief definition or description
- Hawaiian cuisine : Add brief definition or description
- Italian-American cuisine : Adaptations, and new creations inspired by Italian models, of primarily Southern Italian dishes; pizza is Sicilian-derived but there are far more American than Italian versions
- Jewish-American cuisine : While there are some religious influences, the style is more of adaptations of Eastern European cooking to American palates and materials
- New England cuisine : Principally developed by English settlers with influences from Native Americans of the area (e.g.,corn), the style includes many things from the abundant local seafood (e.g., New England clambake), long-cooked dishes such as Boston baked beans, and dishes either based on staples of ships (e.g., molasses), or of immigrants in maritime communities (e.g., Portuguese)
- Soul food : Form of African-American cuisine developed in the southern states of the U.S; comfort food.
- SPAM (meat product) : Add brief definition or description
- Tex-Mex : Add brief definition or description