You mean British Cadbury chocolates owned by American Kraft before it split, and the old "Kraft" changed its name to something nonsensical and moved production to Poland?Yeah, but those are Hershey produced, im talking about the british Cadbury chocolates
It used to be pretty common in American cuisine, until annoying hippie bitches in the 1970s sperged about how evil it is to eat Seabiscuit.Horse is awful. There’s a very good reason that it’s not widely marketed.
During preparation, the fish is scaled and gutted before its body is dipped into frying oil that its head is protected from. The fish is then covered in sauce and served on a plate, with its mouth continuing to gasp and eyes continuing to move, especially when irritated by the sauce
Americans don't eat dogs. Some old ladies used to eat dog food so they could send all their money to the glittered-up Jesus Talkers to ensure a much nicer condo in the clouds...
Oh wait, Injuns used to eat dogs..Does that count?
Real cheese, American "cheese" is disgusting and shouldn't even be allowed to be called cheese, it's the laughing stock of Europe and probably the rest of the world too.
Can any Americans confirm if people seriously eat this shit over there?
I'm pretty sure I've seen these in the grocery store, the one near me has a decent international section.I don't think Americans have chocolate digestives, despite the weird name it's good. A digestive biscuit base with chocolate. I guess the American Equivalent of a digestive biscuit would be graham crackers?
I'm pretty sure kinder surprise eggs are illegal in the US because of some issue with the toy inside.
They do, but the placement of the toy is different than it is in other countries. What we have is the same idea, but apparently just different enough that the FDA decided we weren't too autistic to have it.Naah, they have them even at WalMart. They redid them so the toy is no longer inside the chocolate egg. The ones I used to get in Mexico were the real deal, though - toy inside the egg.