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Kentucky is known for its hot brown. And fried chicken. And bourbon. In Maine, it’s all about lobsters, Maryland’s crabs and crab cakes reign supreme, Massachusetts claims the best clam chowder and you can’t beat a New York bagel or find a more flavorful green chile than you can in New Mexico. Each state clings to its claim of being known for serving up the best edible something – but what about Indiana? Spoon University and Thrillist say it’s our sugar cream pie, while Food Network and BuzzFeed maintain our breaded pork tenderloin sandwiches are the must-have dish. Help us settle the debate and tell us what is Indiana’s defining dish by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Just be sure to put “Extol Eats” in the subject line.