The traditional Thanksgiving dinner includes turkey, mashed potatoes, stuffing, and pumpkin pie, but there are always variations on the classics and other side dishes state to state.
This week The New York Times choose recipes that they thought reflected the history and ingredients of each 50 states — what's yours?
(This included Puerto Rico and the District of Columbia.) Can you guess the recipe chosen for your state?
My home state of Minnesota has grape salad for its Thanksgiving recipe. Although I've never actually had grape salad, it does feel distinctly Minnesotan: comfortable and resourceful.
→ Read more: The United States of Thanksgiving from New York Times