Caramel has two syllables.
And, in Kansas, it’s crawdad – not crayfish; and lawyer as in “Saw” not “Loyer” like most of the U.S.
According to a story in Business Insider, a N.C. State researcher looked at the way Americans pronounce different things. For instance, we say pop. St. Louis folks say soda. And, of course, in Texas, you can only get a coke.
A few others
NE U.S: pee-CAN
The place you get water at school
Kansas: water fountain
Western U.S.: drinking fountain
Eastern U.S. says: Cray-ahn, two syllables
Western U.S. and Kansas: Cray-awn – like dawn, and two syllables
And a few, including myself, call it a crown.