New York state has an array of fascinating town names that might leave out-of-staters scratching their heads. Ever wondered about the origins of "Coxsackie"? Yeah, me too. But be careful about typing that one into your search engine.

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While much has been written about the most unpronounceable New York towns, and even the most dirty-sounding towns, today we're embarking on a flavorful journey through the state's towns that sound good enough to eat.

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They say you shouldn't grocery shop when you're hungry. Maybe we shouldn't be naming entire towns when we're hungry either, amirite?!?!??!?!?!?!

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While there's no concrete evidence that these towns were actually named after foods, we've uncovered 18 towns in New York with names that definitely evoke images of food. Regardless of how they actually got their names, these towns definitely add a unique "flavor" to the state's geography.

So, grab a knife and fork as we explore the delicious side of New York state:

18 New York Towns Named After Foods

The people who named these New York towns must've been pretty hungry!

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