Being born and raised in California, I like to think that I have a decent palette thanks to all the amazing west coast takes on food. Then I moved to Texas.

The lone star state is making me waiver between California and Texas food - both are great. One might be a bit healthier, but the other makes it up by keeping me full for the rest of the day. Let's compare, shall we?

BURRITOS

California Burritos - Yes. There are french fries in the burrito. It's the best thing in the world.

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Texas Burritos - Texas burritos are drenched with goodness and the size of a big baby.

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 BBQ

BBQ in California - I'm used to making kabobs and my specialty Korean BBQ out in CA. I definitely love it on occasion.

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BBQ in Texas - I went from eating CA BBQ occasionally to eating Texas BBQ weekly. I can't help it. There's too much good stuff out here.

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ICONIC BURGERS

In-N-Out Burger - Sorry everybody. My heart still belongs to In-N-Out and their animal style fries.

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Whataburger - I completely understand the hub-bub over Whataburger. Awesome taquitos, chicken fingers, fries, biscuits and burgers. And that Texas Toast... Ok, that makes up for a lot.

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TEA

California - Ever heard of Boba Tea? Yeah. It's OK.

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Texas - Now that Sweet Tea is where it's really at.

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DESSERT

California - My favorite pie spot back on the west coast was from a burger joint called Nation's.

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Texas - But the pecan pies out here are incomparable.

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BREAKFAST

California - I love brunch in California. Booze and bacon and eggs.

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Texas - But who can resist food in the shape of your state!?

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So. What do you think? California or Texas? Are there any specific foods I'm missing that should be compared? Let me know because research = eating.