I shared a list of the 10 best foods unique to the Pacific Northwest and I really had 20 (because let's face it, we're awesome). So here are the next 10 foods we're famous for!

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    Ivar's restaurants in Seattle

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  • 2

    Walla Walla Sweet Onions

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  • 3

    Bear Lake Raspberries

    Idaho is famous for its raspberry pies and milkshakes starting in August!

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  • 4

    Pine Nuts

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  • 5

    Shellfish on the Oregon Coast

    Tell Boston they can keep their chowder. The clams, oysters and geoducks are famous.

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  • 6

    Wild Mushrooms

    If you want to find them yourselves take a guide or have a professional look over your find. Eat a wrong one and you're dead or in a coma at best.

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  • 7

    Seattle coffee

    There's a reason Starbucks and Seattle's Best started in the Emerald City. This city knows their coffee!

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  • 8

    Portland craft beer

    With the most breweries per capita in the nation, Portland, Oregon is a great place for beer.

    Travel Portland via Youtube
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    Cougar Gold Cheese

    Washington State University's dairy program puts out an aged cheddar that is famous among cheese snobs. Who doesn't like a good cheddar?

    http://cougarcheese.wsu.edu/
  • 10

    Almond Roca

    Leave the northwest and there's a good chance people don't even know what this confection is. Started in Tacoma, Almond Roca has international fans for its chocolately-toffee crunch with just the right amount of ground almonds.

    Brown and Haley via Youtube
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    Bonus: Vancouver, B.C.'s Japadogs

    The most famous food truck in Vancouver, British Columbia sells "Japanese-style hot dogs" called Japadogs.

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