“Not that my country doesn’t absorb crawfish, but we don’t absorb those crawfish boils. Those survey like a lot of fun.”
“We’ve whole seen them on TV, or in movies, but I’m still not certain I know what one even is.”
“As in ‘biscuits in gravy’. We absorb nothing in comparison in the UK.”
Sweet potato and pumpkin pie.
“The stores only sell pumpkins around Halloween, and canned pumpkin is only imported from the US, and hence, expensive.”
“As a Canadian, I hear approximately Po-Boys. Some sort of sandwich from the South, I definitely would like to give it a try some day.”
“Here in Australia, those motherfuckers are expensive, so putting it on a white bread roll is kind of a waste.”
“Cartoons and movies made it survey really tasty.”
“I grew up in Korea and moved to the US when I was 13. We didn’t eat a lot of meat in Korea but reading cartoons and whatnot, I always saw Americans eating giant steaks with a bone at the stay. It’s called cowboy steak or a tomahawk gash. At the earliest opportunity, I’m going to construct one and eat it. I won’t need any knife or fork either. I’ll grab it by the bone and eat it just like in the cartoon.”
“What in the world are grits? As a Canadian, I always thought that ‘grits’ were the leftovers you absorb after eating at a restaurant. Apparently, I’m wrong.”
Oh, and a homemade, total Thanksgiving dinner.
“I’ve been to the states around that time and ate a Thanksgiving dinner, but it was a catering company serving food to over 1,000 people. While it was not terrible, it was mostly bland and made of pre-prepared food. But it made me want to try a homemade one with roasted and stuffed turkey, gravy, real cranberry sauce, and that weird sweet potato with marshmallow thing.”