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is there food you grew up eating, that you thought was eaten wide spread in ur country?
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Posted 7/12/17 , edited 7/12/17
Vegetables.
I ate more German food growing up than most people too, I suppose. Sehr gut.
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iriomote wrote:

Vegetables.
I ate more German food growing up than most people too, I suppose. Sehr gut.


Ah yes, my grandpa and his side of the family is german, my grandparents almost obsess over that fact lol -irish and britishisnt good enough? Lol- so growing up i ate german food too, i love the purple. ..cabbage? Is that what it is
I love saurkraut too ,
Posted 7/12/17 , edited 7/12/17

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AND SCRAPPLE! Really terrible stuff in it but it tastes good. I think it's only a philly area-ish type thing lol


No. Just ... no.
Scrapple is from the teat of Satan. In my hometown (in Southern Maryland), a distant aunt would make scrapple (homemade). She owned a farm with plenty of livestock, so bacon and scrapple were the two big things that she would always churn out. I've seen the process of making scrapple - from the boiling of "unmentionables" to the grinding and to the inevitable baking or "casing". The latter allows you to put it in the fridge and slice it as you would if you bought it from the store.
Come to think of it, this might be the reason why I'm not keen on bacon too...

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I traveled a fair amount with my mother - mostly on the East Coast. This meant being exposed to Northeastern and Southern foods. What was interesting to me was that in the North, you could find variations of food from the South (and vice versa) but in the DMV area - it was a mix of south/north and local stuff.

One thing that I thought was a little more spread out than it really is (not that all of America ate it, but figured it was a combination of Southern and local dishes) .... Stuffed Ham. Interestingly enough, people I know in the South (now that I live in a part of it) haven't heard of it - nor have people in some regions of Maryland (even in the same state!). So it was super-local and still one of those "popular" things that are only in my hometown area.

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Posted 7/12/17 , edited 7/12/17

redokami wrote:


PandaSamaBoi wrote:


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Sogno- wrote:

grits

lol


Haven't had grits in forever. Now I want some lol. I also swore people everywhere ate them.


Anyway, for me it's kimchi. Korean grandmother.... Yeah. Ate alot of it. Nobody else does though

AND SCRAPPLE! Really terrible stuff in it but it tastes good. I think it's only a philly area-ish type thing lol


What is scrapple
Is it. Board game


Check what the last guy just posted above. It sounds and lowkey looks nasty but it's quite good. It's a Pennsylvania thing though. (Actually I haven't had it in so long I'm not sure if I still find it tasty :p )


I was making a joke lol

Also that looks nasty


It was wicked late when I replied

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Posted 7/12/17 , edited 7/13/17
Gumbo, my dad would make it a lot while I grew up. The majority of people I know don't even know what it is.
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ice cream with bread
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Growing up in New York I thought that New York style pizza was the norm.
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Gumbo, my dad would make it a lot while I grew up. The majority of people I know don't even know what it is.


Gumbo is life. That is all explanation needed for gumbo.
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AgentDuchess wrote:

Gumbo, my dad would make it a lot while I grew up. The majority of people I know don't even know what it is.


yooo my mom still makes it... well i think... maybe not but she made it a lot growing up, i don't think i ever liked it until i moved out though
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Posted 7/14/17 , edited 7/14/17
Well I used to eat human flesh. Apparently thats pretty "exotic" where I live...

Some people, am I right?
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spaghetti with ketchup was good
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Beanie weenies. I ate them all the time as a kid, never see them get talked about much. Other than the disgusting canned versions.
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RyukoKuroki wrote:

Well I used to eat human flesh. Apparently thats pretty "exotic" where I live...

Some people, am I right?


Wait... seriously?

Is it a Chinese dish?
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Posted 7/14/17 , edited 7/14/17
RyukoKuroki wrote:


I used to eat human flesh. Apparently thats pretty "exotic" where I live...

Some people, am I right?


Dear_1nsanity wrote

"Wait... seriously?

Is it a Chinese dish?"




Legally I can't say where its from, but its VERY good, I would definitely suggest it if you ever come across it.
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