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''American National Food''

Added: Wednesday, May 16th 2007 at 5:55am by americasucks
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The Americans do have their national cuisine, but:
Your most famous dishes, the hamburger, the pizza and the hot-dog are not yours.
The hamburger derives from the german city of Hamburg, where it was invented and brought to america.
The pizza was first invented in Italy and the first pizzeria was opened in Naples in 1830, so it is also not american.
The hotdog is also a german invetion, invented in Frankfurt, as frankfurter, and original Vienna wurstchen are similar to frankfurters. Original hot dogs are made only of pork.
McDonald's represents American food today, and it is one of the biggest companies in the world. Anyone who has any sense of taste will not eat in McDonald's and if you see someone who says he's a gourmet and eats in McDonald's is an obvious liar. Food in McDonald's is made of natural ingridients, mixed with various chemicals. It is often the cause of many young children's death for it's low nutrition value (UK for example) and so you eat a lot without feeling full. American food has been brought to America by Europeans and thus you have no right to claim it as your own.So, we ask you, americans, what is your national food?

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Prebranac [THUMBUP][LOL] sarma [THUMBUP][LOL]
There are many original American foods - thousands in fact. "Chineese" food, for example, is 100% American. A hot dog is German only in the sense that it is a type of sausage. On a bun and dressed with all its goodies it's pure American.
Here are a few items that did not even exist in Europe until America was discovered: corn, tomatoes (what was pizza like before tomato sauce I wonder), pumpkins, potatoes, cranberries, chocolate, coffee and dozens of other items that European cooks simply cannot do without.
You really are stupid. Heh, Chinese food is american, [LOL]roflmfao[LOL], I haven't heard such nonsense in a while, let me ask you, have you ever eaten real chinese food? Corn, tomatoes and pumpkins are from America but potatoes, cranberries, chocolate and coffee certainly don't come from America.
The chocolate was eaten by Mayas and coffee was first found in Ethiopia.
And people here say americans are not stupid....
But, the are products of the land. Americans didn't produce them. They found them and started to grow them. But, you're right, world cannot live without American cuisine (what is very humiliating) [THUMBDOWN] and that's why these people write negatively about it.
But, they are products of the land. Americans didn't produce them. They found them and started to grow them. But, you're right, world cannot live without American cuisine (what is very humiliating) [THUMBDOWN] and that's why these people write negatively about it.
This is not the first time I've come across this weird thing I call food bigotry. I once met a Polish man who would get all angry about "America's slop cuisine". I wasn't about to waste my time telling him that many of Poland's national delicacies did not exist until the ingredients to make them were discovered in the Americas.
It's just a strange form of bigotry and misguided pride.
I have never heard of Polish national food[HUH] We (Serbs) at least have an original cuisine (but, most of our dishes are an 'adaptation' of Turkish[THUMBDOWN]) ) and the ingidients of our food are 100% natural[THUMBUP] and that's very rare in modern world. Try some of them[WINK][THUMBUP]
Yes, try sarma ( it's a turkish word I think) or prebranac (a very special pure serbian beans meal, you must try it if you can find someone who knows how to cook it). The reason for which most of our meals are adaptations of Turkish ones is because we have been in captivity for 500 years by Turks.
Barbeques and Clambakes
Steamed Lobsters and Stuffed Oysters
Clam, Corn Chowders and Gumbos
Multitudes of Cranberry Creations
Boston Baked Beans
Brunswick Stew
Spoonbread
Infinite Variety of Cornbreads, Puddings, and Dumplings

Traditional native american foods and styles.
pastrami and potato kinishes[GLARE]

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