If there is one thing that people who live in Buffalo and visit the Buffalo area can agree on is that food here is amazing.

Just about everyone I know who has moved away has said the same thing, that they miss the food.

With all of the great foods that come from Western New York, there is this one thing that we all should likely agree on.

Some of the best-tasting foods in Western New York just look plain nasty. Like totally unappealing, but regardless of how it looks, it all tastes great!

Garbage Plate

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If you've ever seen a Garbage Plate, then you know the look is not appealing. Just think about it: home fries, hot dogs, hot sauce, macaroni salad, burger meat, raw onions, and baked beans...all piled on top of each other on the same plate. Sounds gross right? Yes! But it tastes amazing. If you've never had a garbage plate, then you need to give one a try.

Texas Red Hots

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If you've ever been to any of the greek run Texas Red Hots restaurants like Zorba's, Louies, or Teds, then you know all about the Red Hots or Slime Dogs as there are called from time to time. If you've never seen a slime dog before, then you may be shocked by how it looks - but you'll be blown away by how it tastes.

Beef on Weck

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Beef on Weck has got to be one of the best sandwiches ever made. The mixture of the saltiness of a good kimmelweck roll mixed with the roast beef and horseradish, all dipped in a bowl of au jus just hits the spot, but you have to admit that a properly dressed beef on weck is just not attractive looking. It's just not a pretty sight, but oh it's so good.

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