Every state has some absolutely delicious dishes, and each of these favorites isn't just tasty, they're also iconic.
Chris Lilly is one of America’s most renowned pitmasters, and with good reason. He took over the pit at Big Bob Gibson in 1992, introducing new sauces and rubs to the equation. Suddenly, this restaurant that has been around since 1925 was on the map. Lilly is best known for his Alabama-style white sauce, a tangy concoction that best complements his smoked chicken. Since its introduction, Alabama-style has become one of America’s essential barbecue styles. Half-chickens are smoked for three and a half hours over hickory and dunked in a zippy, peppery mayo-based sauce before being served.
RichardA: "During Pence’s time in Indiana, there was an HIV outbreak where over 200 people were infected. A 2018 study from the Yale School of Public Health faulted the state’s “belated response” and suggested it led to four times the infections that could have occurred with a more proactive approach. Yahoo News tried to ask Pence about the HIV outbreak at the White House news conference. He did not respond to the question. "