According to the data, the most popular hot sauce all around in the U.S. is Hoy Fung Sriracha, which is huge in 31 western states.
The second most popular hot sauce in the country is Frank’s Red Hot, which takes the top spot in 14 states in the country, including Pennsylvania.
Based on the results, the study found 74% of Americans eat hot sauce with their food and 45% typically add it to a meal at least once a week.
Iconic Philly Foods
Cheesesteaks are one of the most iconic foods in Philadelphia and
From Kandykakes to Krimpets Tastykakes are a staple in Philadelphia.
Water ice is a favorite treat for many in the City of Brotherly Love and quite a staple here.
The soft pretzel has been a Philly staple and a favorite local snack.
Wawa has become a favorite spot for Philadelphians, from coffee in the morning to a hoagie for lunch, Wawa is an iconic spot in the area.
Although not the most iconic sandwich Philadelphia is known for, the roast pork sandwich is a close second and equally as delicious.
Italian, turkey, ham, tuna, the variations are endless.
Scrapple is native to the Pennsylvania Dutch and can be found in many diners and breakfast spots in the area.
Tomato pies are made with thick dough, fresh tomato sauce and grated Romano cheese and is a staple at many Italian eateries in Philly.