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    A US Contribution to International Cuisine

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    ...I present the corndog...

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    Isn’t that the sort of stuff normally referred to by US posters here as ‘western’ cuisine?


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    The Lobster Roll





    Edit: I don’t have a picture with me, but grits are one of my favorites


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    Absolutely love corn dogs (aka Pluto pups aka Dagwood dogs) but they've got to be dipped in tomatoe sauce (ketchup) for the full carnival-eats effect.

    Had to laugh at this pic taken last week of an Australian Senator eating one, I bet she was popular with the boys in her younger days

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    ...^555...

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    How is 'grits' international cuisine?
    (Isn't it polenta by another name?)

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    There is a difference Polenta is made from yellow corn. Grits are made from hominy or white corn.

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    I shall be content to live out the rest of my days without having tasted such a delicacy...


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    Quote Originally Posted by aging one View Post
    There is a difference Polenta is made from yellow corn. Grits are made from hominy or white corn.

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    Low country boil.

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    Baked beans.

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    One of many favourite meals in America, use to get it at least once a week for breakfast on the way to the office and sometimes for late night eats after a big night out too

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    The choices for food in the US are simply ridiculous, it's a multi-cultural country and those people brought their home country dishes with them plus there's all sorts of regional American food as well. And, it's one of those countries where the borders could slam shut on imported foods and you'd never know it, everything they need is in grown, farmed, or reared in their own country.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Headworx View Post
    everything they need is in grown, farmed, or reared in their own country
    ...that's certainly true where cheese is concerned. There has been remarkable improvement in the last 40 or so years in the quality and variety of cheese, particularly from small producers in California and upstate New York:

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    Clam chowder...

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    Cioppino...

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    If you know, you know. If you don't, I feel sorry for you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Headworx View Post
    If you know, you know. If you don't, I feel sorry for you.
    I stopped trying to explain it. They just could never understand. Something you have to travel to America to experience.

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    ^I'm hearing you. Admittedly my exposure was 90% in Texas but I know that photo isn't some lovely elderly black guy wondering why his hot water heater isn't working! I can smell that photo, and would pay good money just to see what he's got going in there

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    Hell yeah....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Headworx View Post
    If you know, you know. If you don't, I feel sorry for you.
    The guy in the pic is pitmaster Rodney Scott. He owns a famous BBQ spot in South Carolina...


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