The food we eat is a reflection of who we are and where we’ve been.
San Jose, CA (PRWEB) February 16, 2012
“The food we eat is a reflection of who we are and where we’ve been,” say the folks at Mapsofworld.com. And so they have begun their exploration of the regional cuisine of the USA in a series titled The United States of Mmmerica. Featured on pages.mapsofworld.com, the section provides its users fantastic insight into the evolution of American food through history.
The United States of Mmmerica was launched on January 19, 2012. The local foods of New England, New York City, Pennsylvania, and Chicago have been featured in this series, and the team promises many more exciting additions.
Aside from the distinctly American foods such as macaroni and cheese, the section also focuses on the international cultural influences from the various waves of immigrants that have changed American cuisine. So should pasta and pizza be considered Italian food or American? The United States of Mmmerica promises to find out.
The five regions that The United States of Mmmerica will feature include the Northeast, the Midwest, the South, the Southwest, and the West. As the team delves deeper to serve up the quintessential dishes of every region, the site also invites its readers to leave their suggestions and comments on these regional specialties.
Just when people are looking for traditional alternatives to fast food, Mapsofworld.com brings up a food blog with a difference. From New York to Hawaii, the team promises to take the readers across the United States to feature all the best regional foods of the country.
About the company:
MapsofWorld.com is a multilingual portal offering high-quality maps and information across geographies and platforms. With special focus on educational content, the portal has thematic as well as interactive maps on all major platforms: Web, iPhone, iPad, iPod, and Android. World Atlas and World Quiz are two highly successful educational apps, having seen more than 100,000 downloads already. Other services offered are custom mapping, content digitization, and the online map store.
For more information, please contact:
10 S, Third Street, Suite 310,
San Jose, CA 95113