Just make your own mac and cheese, the pay off is worth it,There's a global macaroni and cheese shortage.
They had to put restrictions and purchase limits on them. I dunno how it is in Europe but the US and Canada are having a hard time keeping the type with the cheese sauce in pouches stocked.
You can buy the powdered shit like the default Kraft Dinner, but that stuff is greatly inferior to the cheese pouch versions.
Good rule of thumb for third world cooking. Only eat at places where you can see them doing the cooking. Never eat Fresh vegetables unless they are doused in some sort of Vinegar. Pickled vegetables be best. Pickled/fermented ideal. Never eat raw or undercooked meat, any food that is boiled, grilled or cooked on a hot griddle is okay, but never go for anything deep fried. You can never trust the grease they use. Follow these rules and you should be okay.I risked food-borne illness every time I had street vendor food in Central America and I never once regretted it.
You learn quickly what health-related red flags to look out for, but even then it’s a roll of the dice; it’s just one I’d make again in a heartbeat.
Recipes don’t ever capture the same magic as food prepared by someone who has made that same dish 10 hours a day for 25 years.
That’s why there are no decent burgers outside of the US. Even excellent chefs can’t compete with a fry cook who has been shoveling grease into fat Americans since they could hold a spatula.
By you saying fry sauce, we are definitely in the same region. Fuckin Heinz thinking they're onto something with "Mayochup" and the rest of the abominations they put out.Funeral Potatoes. It's a casserole made out of hashbrowns, mashed potatoes, cheese, breadcrumbs, and crushed corn flakes. Delicious but they're really only known about in 3 or 4 states. Same goes for Fry Sauce.
Navajo tacos are some top tier shit. Never been to Arctic Circle but I love me some Apollo Burger.By you saying fry sauce, we are definitely in the same region. Fuckin Heinz thinking they're onto something with "Mayochup" and the rest of the abominations they put out.
Casseroles in general are popular here. Jello, specifically the bizarre colors and that Jello salad shit.
-Specialty soda shops that basically function as breweries
-Decent shave ice
-Game meat (Bison and rattlesnake are popular)
I'm not sure this is exactly the same stuff, but I can get it in the states, sometimes. It comes and goes in the specialty cheese section, where they have the brie and such.
Oh, that's what we call irga in Russia. Quite popular in Siberia. Juices and syrups are nice.Just like their namesake, Nanaimo, these are a disgusting abomination best avoided.
Something that grows wild in Alberta and the other prairie provinces are Saskatoon berries.
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Similar to a blueberry but with their own subtle flavour. Very hard to find them in the store, although sometimes Saskatoon jams and jellies are available. One of the few things that make me miss the prairies.