My job has taken me to various parts of the United States, and it's always interesting to visit a new city. One thing I've found is that many cities and counties have their own regional cuisines that do not exist outside of a relatively small geographic area. I always enjoy seeking out and trying these regional cuisines, because you simply can't get them anywhere else. I have had Spiedes in Binghamton, NY, Cochinita Pibil and BBQ in Austin, TX, a Lowcountry Boil in Charleston, SC, Bistec de Pollo Empanizado in Florida, and Yankee Cuisine of various sorts in Boston, MA. I think my favorite has been the Lowcountry Boil. It's like a New Orleans-style crab boil, but with different ingredients. The problem is that making it "right" generally requires huge pots, special burners, and huge quantities of both food and people. But damn is it good. FOCUS: What are your favorite regional cuisines? What are the delicacies that exist only where you live?