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Chile con Queso?! Arizona Makes the State by State Food Map

 

Despite the horror of seeing our poor state identified with a Velveeta-y treat (I'm sure you can make chile con queso other ways, but I've never seen it) I had to share this lovely graphic and interview from our sister blog, LA Weekly's Squid Ink. Check out why British designer Lucy Stephens identified California with (gasp!) Cobb salad.

Hey, at least Arizona got tortillas and salsa.  

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