food only people in your country eat. This is the Netherlands
I can't even describe it, it's deep-fried meatballs with onions and fries
Haggis, its great, just dont ask what its made from and you'll enjoy it.
I can't think of any specific ingredients or foods that are only from the states, but I suppose we have some special ways of doing things.
Like I know plenty of countries eat catfish, but I imagine no one else fries it and has it with lemon and hushpuppies and coleslaw. I'd say the same thing with how we do our BBQ...oh and Tex-Mex too, I'd guess is a uniquely American thing.
On that note, do people in other countries eat/drink at the movie theater? I've always wondered if that's an American thing...
Flæskesteg. Roasted pork with cracklings, pickled red cabbage, white potatoes and caramelized potatoes + gravy. Love it.
Fuck that, best of Scottish cuisine is the peh on a roll
dude you should have mentioned the kapsalon
I am pretty sure people don't eat that shit outside of the Randstad
fuuuuuuck i could live on those things, especially con pulpo y cangrejo
theres a joint by me that has them on lunch special, and its a huge fucking fishbowl, i get it at least once a week
Kapsalon is amazing but it's really, really fattening. Has more calories in one tray than the recommended daily intake, I think.
It's nice on occasion when you're in the mood for some greasy, body-ruining food but you need to have restraint.
Yes they do eat in theatres. At least wherever I've been. In Israel though, I remember they had salted popcorn, not the buttery movie theatre popcorn. And I don't think anywhere else does like the stadium food that is now really popular
I'd have to be real fucking plastered to convince myself to eat that
>cattle small intestine roasted over charcoal
>no, you're not allowed to wash it before cooking
Never seen these outside of New Mexico. Tasty as fuck
>deep-fried meatballs with onions and fries
My part of Virginia is known for sweet potato biscuits, usually with slices of (dry cured) country ham and a bit of honey and mustard.
real 'possum pie
tastes like a good pork pot pie but with some of the good kind of gaminess to it.
Deep fried meat filled ravioli, dusted with grated Parmesan cheese, served with piping hot marinara sauce.
I'm pretty sure Brits don't have a monopoly on sweetened quick breads, and they definitely aren't responsible for sweet potato biscuits.
Perunalaatikko, best translated as potato pudding. A Finnish christmas dish, one that can make or break the whole feast. Everyone craves for it, and as such, it is naturally served only once a year.
You'll scoff at the idea of potato pudding, but the resulting combination of sweetness and savoriness, and the buttery, silky texture are something that has to be experienced to be understood.
It is made by combining mashed potatoes and wheat flour at a low heat - roughly 55-75'C - and baking it at roughly 60'C for 3-4 hours. This causes the amylase enzyme in the wheat flour to catalyze hydrolysis, causing the starch of the potatoes to break down to sugars, brilliantly enough, producing an unimitable form of sweetness, something Finns of old had very few other sources of. This is then finalized by ways varying between each household - a little milk to even the texture, a spoon of molasses to enhance the flavour, few nobs of butter on the surface, and so on. It is served together with rutabaga and carrot casseroles, occasionally liver casserole too, and the star of the dinner, the most commonly gray-salted christmas ham.
britfag here. we have popcorn. the big corporate horrible cinemas also have hot dogs and nachos which i very rarely see people get. we have slushies and bags of sweets and chocolate. independent cinemas often sell pastries and bags of exotically flavoured popcorns, like goats cheese or peanut salted caramel and shit. there are also a couple cinemas near me where you actually get served at your seat.
People think Germany is all about sausages and sauerkraut, but up here in Hamburg real Hansiaten eat fish in a bun.
Not a country, but jew food. Whitefish salad. Never met a jew who didn't love it, never met a non-jew who knew what it was.
I convinced two of my friends who never heard of it to try it. They fell in love with it and order it all the time now.
no, you fucking sperg, it is not 'retarded' to say things that aren't literally true. saying 'i can't describe it' often means it has indescribable or inexplicable qualities, even if you can describe it in a superficial sense.
Look at Angus big balls over here, had a couple of buckies and he thinks he is ten men and a real country.
It must burn you to know that the non-country Belgium is more legitimate than you.
Hint: Your argument would be a lot better if it wasn't the bottom of the pyramid
>inb4 b-but you called me an idiot
what are you, 5?
You don't scrape eating 'possum off the road, you have to trap it live and feed it nothing but whole milk and cornflakes for about 2 weeks before you slaughter it. If you don't it'll taste like bad venison, if you do it'll taste like a sweet light pork.
Since you need help reading:
>that looks so fucking depressing
Nowhere in this statement is anything said about its taste.Next time you want to call people idiots, you might want to avoid looking like one yourself.
Also, it's going to taste like a pile of fish and pickles. That's not all that spectacular.
Motherfucking stewed macaroni.
Literally macaroni boiled in milk with a small hint of nutmeg.
Considering Britain got wheat flour from the Middle East, can scones really be an exclusively British food?
What did you call out? Sweet potato biscuits are American, specifically from the Chesapeake Bay area. You think that just because it's a type of biscuit that it's not something unique to the region?
There are multiple people in this thread who think you're just being a faggot.
Saying sweet potato biscuits aren't unique to the US because Brits invented biscuits is like saying stargazy pie isn't unique to Britain because they didn't invent pie.
Bryndzové halušky. I think it can't be translated correctly. We, Slovaks love it, but foreigners usually say it looks and smells like vomit.
Maybe this is not that weird, but it's really typical in Palermo, Sicily's biggest city
It's a sandwich with chopped veal's spleen (mainly) and lungs, fried in lard. Two versions of this: schettu ("unmarried", without cheese) and maritatu ("married", with cheese). Since it's basically a jew recipe maybe it's not that original
Sweet Potato biscuits have been a local tradition since at least the 1700s. Thomas Jefferson himself even wrote a recipe for them. Slaves helped invent them based off of West African yam breads.
sit down and shut the fuck up you insufferable moron
Step right up, come one, come all and try a local delicacy, the world famous Botany Bay sweet potato scone made using local Botany Bay salt.
>laves helped invent them based off of West African yam breads.
I see that you just invent lies to make you feel better.
America once again proving to be Chinese tier with stealing things from around the world and making shitty local copies.
Go on, post the American "champagn" and the American "feta" for us.
I got a Spleen Sandiwich in Palermo but the dude selling them claimed that nothing other than salt should be on it.
I was surprised that it existed as all the rest of the food was excellent
I actually saw one of those on the (Dutch) news today when they were visiting Iowa because of the upcoming elections. Looked pretty nice.
Black Country favourite; faggots, chips, and mushy peas.
Never met anyone from up north or down south who's heard of them let alone tried them.
Are you high? Every supermarket sells Brains faggots and they even became a meme on /ck/ because le funny name and are therefore known internationally.
We never did get the reply explaining what exactly Black country sauce is.
the little Dutch communities I've been to in Michigan are very cozy. They're usually very church-oriented (Lutheran of course) and everyone is tall, fair, and friendly. There's usually muh-heritage things like windmills and tulip gardens everywhere.
Yes, a fucking piece of food can look depressing if it's a pathetic, limp slice of fish sogged over a piece of bread.
Are you so fucking autistic that you believe that no food can look unappetizing?
go to "yourshithole"chan then
>pathetic, limp slice of fish
oh i see. it hasn't been transformed into a majestic barge by batter and deep frying that pokes with aristocratic poise out of the sandwich, is that it?
it doesn't look depressing if you have any connection with food as a simple pleasure and not a backlit placard mounted above a fast food kiosk.
people from northern and eastern Europe have no idea how gross their food looks to normal people.
your appraisal of its looks is plainly informed by your ignorance of what it is and how it tastes. it looks like a piece of fish. if you think that's unappealing, you should rethink your relationship with food.
That's beside the point. I'm not wrong, limp wrinkly fish with the skin still attached looks unappetizing.
>Fish can look pathetic
Would it be better suited to your pretentious appetite if we stuck a set of wax lips and novelty eyes on the front? Maybe stick another one next to it with a Barbie dress so it has a girlfriend.
Would it the food be "pathetic" then?
Everyone in this thread is being a dick. Can we just agree to disagree? I like you guys and don't like it when you get angry.
>it looks like a piece of fish
It looks like a badly prepared piece of fish, that's the entire point of this comment chain that you're too retarded to understand. It looks limp, rubbery, and slimy, and therefore unappetizing.
Sure thing little children, though I would assume kids like you understood making judgement on food by how it looked, since you do it all the time.
>It looks like a badly prepared piece of fish,
no it doesn't.
> It looks limp, rubbery, and slimy
limp is the only thing you can say about it from that picture. again, you don't understand what you are talking about, you are appraising it as if it has been cooked. you think if it's cooked and it looks like that, it'll be rubbery and slimy. you're making an inference based on a false premise.
You don't really see this outside of the U.S.
This is my aunt's version of it.
72oz steaks (free if you can finish it w/ sides in under an hour!)
I see you're too ignorant to take any steps back from your bias and look at this thing, so enjoy your retardation.
Here, I'll feed you what you expect to make you feel good about yourself for once in your life.
lole y arnte it's fride!?!? whear r tha chease???? that r's dascustang!!!!!!!!
This little delight right here, delicious served with a generous dollop of muslim semen
Back in Scandinavia they only eat it as a joke anymore, but there are people in the Midwest, some of them related to me, who swear by lutefisk
I live in southern New Hampshire and a lot of diners around here have them. Although there's a lot of French Canadian people here so that's probably why. Whenever I go to a diner usually I inhale the stuff. It's really good.
The place advertised on all the billboards is in Amarillo
Really only a thing here in Tennessee, It's called garbage stew. You basically just make a stew out of whatever is going to expire soon in your pantry and fridge.
Best part of an asado next to the choripanes and mollejas.
Pretty gross, but perfectly safe and ridiculously tasty. You'd think an intestine would taste like shit, but it's wonderful. Crispy savoury salvation. And before you ask, no, the small amount of creamy stuff inside is the intestinal lining, not molten cow stool.
god i wish i was rich so i could travel and eat all this tasty looking shit.
Pico de gallo
other britbong here
yes we get food and drink in cinemas, popcorn is plenty popular
hell, you can get a beer in a proper glass served at your seat some places, none of that plastic cup shit, same shit in holland
I guess this right here. Basically raw minced pork on a roll with or without raw onions. It is fucking delicious with only salt and pepper, but thuringian style with a variety of spices is also nice
I dont know anyone that actually likes it, I think its mainly eaten ironically
>"Politics is like an andouillette – it should smell a little like shit, but not too much."
Finn here. We catch and smoke whitefish regularily on the little island I live on, and new recipes for it like this are always a delight. Thanks. I looked it up, and the combination of it on top of a salmon egg benedict looks like something one would murder for.
I've always wanted to try one of these. They're very natural-seeming. A sandwich that basically denotes how much of a harbor city the area they're served at is.
Too bad about the Baltic pollution though. I wonder how long we'll get to enjoy anything edible out of the ocean, what with the horrid swill of waste it is becoming.
i ate that everyday for two weeks when I was on job in Palermo.
glorious food, always order married btw.
i once said i wanted a "divorced" one, he gave me a stale bread bun, which i found hilarious.
stupid retards. raw meat does not make you sick. like. at all.
if you eat a raw steak thath as been lying around on room temp for 2 days. ok you probably slump over vomiting. but not freshly slaughtered meat.
Our pickled herring gets way more hate than it deserves.
It's honestly fucking delicious.
The Scanian Spettekaka. I've never met any Swede outside of Skåne that's actually eaten this.
Castor, or beaver tails
Never seen these outside of Canada
made me think of Baumkuchen, a cake that is made layer by layer over open fire. It has a chocolate icing too and is delicious.
This is the kinda thing I always wanted to try as a kid but mother was a close minded bitch who wouldn't cook anything other than ground hamburger. Sausage is so good and I didn't get to have it until I was 18.
haha just fucking kidding.
Laotian anon here. This shit though.... Khao Poon. Is a vermicelli noodle dish in a beautiful sauce that has pork mince and maybe chicken feet and coegulated blood.
The broth is extremely flavorful and though it looks really hot it isn't-- its a mixture of coconut cream and chile/asian curry paste (very different than indian curry!)
unike pho you dont flavor it to taste when u get it. If so, its maybe a couple dashes of sugar/soy or chopped peanuts.
anons , please try this. it'll blow your fucking wigs right off.
I am not positive about this but I think gumbo may be an exclusive to America.
Don't quote me on this.
good luck finding any of these if you're outside of north staffordshire
It's actually entirely possible to get the real McCoy here. Anybody acquainted with the celtic festival scene in Texas will know that haggis eating contests are fairly common.
The loophole is that you're not allowed to SELL lungs for food. Nothing says you can't just give it away though.
Can we please stop for a second and address Surstromming? What the fuck is wrong with Scandinavians?
It's honestly not as bad as people say.
The smell is horrible, I'll give you that, but the fish itself is often rinsed and just tastes salty.
Put it on a piece of bread with some onion, sour creme and maybe even some potatoes and it's pretty good.
Only if you make it yourself, really. Don't ever buy Mettbrötchen at Gasstations. Which would seem really obvious, but it was consistently the most sold food item at the gas station I worked at.
In Poland there's something either very similar or the same. It's called sękacz.
Nah norfag here that eat that shit every christmas! Potatoes, bacon, pee-stew, lutefisk and whit sauce. It's fucking yum!
Meet the French toast's Sino-British several-times-greasier cousin.
But that's kind of the point with these
do you know what heat does to bacteria? do you know what "contact" means in the context of grilled meat? are you aware that the most prominent country of leprosy infection is india(literally poo in the loo)? the most prominent way of infection of leprosy is surely human to human, thouroughly cooked meat poses very little threat and in developed countries treatment is no issue. have you even read on the issue of leprosy infection or are you just revingorating prejudices from the middle ages?
puertorican mofongo. this one is only has shrimp, but the best mofongo is with shrimp, octopus and "carrucho" (conch meat i think? it's a mollusk). i know dominicans have a similar dish called mangú (think mashed potatoes but plaintains instead of potatoes), which is pretty good but nothing like mofongo, which is fried with bits of crispy pork skin
Gvnohenv Amagii, a Cherokee hominy soup.
Get out of your room and join some clubs. Don't skip class. Don't procrastinate. Explore the woods and the lake.