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What food is famous in Cleveland?

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Two foods that Cleveland is famous for include City Chicken and the Polish Boy. These two dishes are closely associated with Cleveland, Ohio and loved by the locals, according to World Travel Guide.

City Chicken is a dish made from cubed pork meat rather than chicken. The pork is put on skewers and cooked by baking or frying. The Polish Boy is a sandwich that features grilled kielbasa sausage on a bun with barbecue sauce, coleslaw and chips. Ohioans have a fondness for kielbasa, which is commonly served along with sauerkraut. Another Cleveland favorite, Buckeye candy, is made with a combination of peanut butter and chocolate. The candy resembles the Buckeye tree nut.


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