28 Foods To Eat In Your Lifetime 2021 | Ultimate List

From the juiciest tacos in LA to barbecue ribs from a
gas station in Kansas City, here are 28 foods you can't miss in 2021. If you're looking for some
of the juiciest tacos in LA, be sure to stop by Birrieria San Marcos. The meat is slow-cooked
for up to seven hours. The cooking broth is used
to crisp up the tortillas, which then get a nice pile of cheese and are cooked further. And, of course, no
Birrieria taco is complete without a cup of consommé for dipping. While Portillo's in Chicago
is known for its hot dogs, its cake shake is another
incredibly popular menu item. The business makes anywhere from 60 to 200 chocolate cakes a day. Any cakes not served that day are used to make the shakes, which include an entire slice mixed in. Primo's Donuts is an institution in LA. Since 1956, Primo's has been serving up hot and fresh doughnuts
to Angelinos daily.

While it may not fit
the traditional shape, the Buttermilk Bar is widely regarded as one of the best
doughnuts in Los Angeles. Joe's Kansas City Bar-B-Que has been operating out of
a gas station since 1996 and has become a favorite amongst locals. The award-winning ribs are slowly smoked and smothered in a sweet barbecue sauce. If pancakes are your breakfast of choice, look no further than the
Clinton St. Baking Co. in New York City. Its blueberry pancakes
have won numerous awards, and for good reason.

The perfect balance of crispy
outside and fluffy inside paired with its homemade blueberry sauce makes each bite as delicious as the next. Skyline Chili is a Cincinnati staple known for topping its meals with huge amounts of
delicious chili and cheese. Its signature dish, called the 5-Way, has a spaghetti base topped with beans, chili, and loads of cheese. For a savory option in the morning, the full English breakfast
from Terry's Cafe is one of the best in London. The dish comes as a hefty portion, with Cumberland sausage,
beans, roasted tomatoes, black pudding, bubble
and squeak, mushrooms, bacon, and a perfectly runny egg. La Newyorkina in New York City makes traditional
Mexican-style ice pops by hand. It makes roughly 3,000
of the paletas a day and features a variety of
Mexican-inspired flavors, such as mango chili and raspberry verbena. C&O Trattoria in Venice, California, offers free and endless
garlic knots with every meal. Each roll is doused with a
signature garlic-butter mix. The restaurant averages about
10,000 garlic knots each day. The nutty cookie from Maman is one of the most popular
cookies in New York City.

The cookie includes almonds, walnuts, macadamia nuts, and 61%
dark chocolate wafers. The shop goes through around 3,000 cookies in just two days. Some of the best pizza you can buy in LA doesn't come from a restaurant, but from this wood-fire grill in the back of a pickup truck. After spending time
learning the craft in Italy, Elio Lopez set up shop in
a liquor store parking lot, where he fires up fresh
Neapolitan-style pizzas with a wide range of customizations. Central Texas is known for having some of the best barbecue in the country, and the beef rib from
Louie Mueller Barbecue is no exception. A simple blend of seasonings paired with old-school smoking techniques cooks the meat to a
nearly-pull-apart texture. Konbi in Los Angeles specializes in Japanese-style
egg sandwiches. One of its most popular
is the egg salad sandwich, which features a hefty scoop of egg salad and a soft-boiled egg sandwiched between two
slices of fluffy white bread.

The business goes through
around 2,200 eggs a week. Across the river from Manhattan, you'll find Fiore's House of Quality, a small deli in Hoboken, New Jersey, that's renowned for its
roast-beef-and-mutz sandwiches. The shop makes its own fresh mutz, which pairs perfectly with its roast beef and freshly baked rolls. The sandwich is topped off and served with a rich gravy for dipping. Antico Vinaio is a must-try
when visiting Florence. Its sandwiches are made with a local bread called schiacciata. The shop has an endless
selection of cold cuts, cheese, and homemade creams,
like truffle or artichoke.

You can find Fugetsu-Do
in LA's Little Tokyo. It's one of the oldest
Japanese American businesses in the country. The family-run shop is
known for its rainbow dango, a fun and vibrant version of the traditional Japanese mochi. While Philadelphia may be
known for its cheesesteaks, Sarcone's Bakery serves
up another Philly classic. What started as a way to
prevent leftover bread dough from going to waste, the tomato pie has become
popular amongst Philadelphians for an on-the-go meal. Russ & Daughters is a
fourth-generation family business serving up some of the
best lox in Manhattan.

The sandwich comes with a healthy portion of the smoked salmon, tomato, and cream cheese on both sides. Monty's Good Burger in LA offers a delicious burger option that is 100% plant-based. Cooks caramelize fresh onions daily, then top Impossible meat with
Follow Your Heart cheese, house-made sauces, and all the fixings. A great comfort-food option for vegans and non-vegans alike. Since 1925, Eddie's Sweet Shop
has made a name for itself in the Queens borough of New York City.

It's known for its classic
sundae with the works. That's three scoops of ice cream, hot fudge or strawberry
sauce, fresh whipped cream, and a cherry on top. Las Vegas' Sugar Factory features
a five-dessert cake tower that is sure to satisfy any sweet tooth. It includes a brownie base,
chocolate-covered strawberries, ice cream cookie sandwiches,
and red velvet cake pops.

Lowkey Burritos is a pop-up
in Long Beach, California, serving up savory breakfast burritos filled with eggs, bacon,
potatoes, and avocado. They're then finished off on a flattop with a crispy cheese blanket
cradling the outside. Ralph's Italian Restaurant in Philadelphia is the oldest Italian
restaurant in the country. Over the last 120 years,
it's gained a loyal following for classic Italian American dishes like spaghetti and meatballs. A mix of ground beef and ground pork gives the meatballs their
distinct tender texture. The clam chowder from
Atlantic Fish Co. in Boston is perfect for seafood lovers.

The chowder's made with
huge, fresh-chopped quahogs and clarified butter. It's then served in a
toasted sourdough bread bowl. The Cronut is one of New York
City's most iconic desserts. Dominique Ansel Bakery created the doughnut-croissant hybrid in 2013, and the hype remains fervent to this day. It's filled with two different
fillings, rolled in sugar, and glazed with an evolving
selection of flavors. This version features
Meyer lemon and honey. Naples street-food shop T'imballo has revolutionized the
traditional pasta bake. Instead of serving it on a plate, the shop wanted to make a more
portable version of the dish by wrapping it in a baked shell
with a variety of fillings. Mashti Malone's has been
serving Persian ice cream to Hollywood locals since the 1980s. One of the more popular items is the pistachio ice cream sandwich made with saffron rose water. Steve's Authentic Key Lime
Pie in Red Hook, Brooklyn, has created a way to enjoy its famous key lime pie on the go. The founders came up with the idea of making a smaller version of the pie that fits on a stick and
is dipped in chocolate. So, what did we miss? Are there any foods you think
we should include for 2022? Let us know in the comments below.

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