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barbecue ribs, corn on the cob, lobster roll and hot dog

barbecue ribs, corn on the cob, lobster roll and hot dog

Photo by: (L to R): E+ / Getty Images (BBQ Ribs), Moment Open / Getty Images (Corn), Thinkstock (Lobster Roll), Thinkstock (Hot Dog)

(L to R): E+ / Getty Images (BBQ Ribs), Moment Open / Getty Images (Corn), Thinkstock (Lobster Roll), Thinkstock (Hot Dog)

Our panel of advisors -- including Travel Channel hosts Andrew Zimmern, Michael Voltaggio and Danielle Dimovski (Diva Q), as well as Eater.com senior writer Amy McKeever -- selected their favorite food, and their favorite place to eat it, for Travel’s Best Summer Foods 2014.

Now, we want to hear from you! With all of the delicious cuisine in the US, there wasn’t possibly room enough to squeeze in every delicious morsel. Vote for the Best Summer Food below and the favorite will be added to our experts' picks.

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