say what you will about america

Thursday, September 15, 2011

but where else can you find such a wide variety of anything and everything you’ve ever hoped to eat??  


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{vietnamese bulgogi, peanut butter brownies, homemade apple pie, homemade ice cream, baked beans with fried okra, homemade “american pie”, homemade caramel corn, cheese bread with marinara, corn on the cob, ribs, spring rolls and pinkberry!!!} {mexican food, for some reason, not pictured...although it is perhaps what i miss MOST while in europe.}

…now do you see why i never wanted to leave?

24 comments:

Jeneric Generation said...

Your mom's popcorn!!

Megan said...

going off of my post today...id clearly have to agree.

Jan said...

I miss going to Passionberry with you!!!

ashley in wonderland said...

but where are our Yorkie Bars? WHere!? Europe wins in the chocolate department.

debbiecutieface said...

oh America definitely has the most variety of foods anywhere in the world...

Jenni Austria Germany said...

I don't know what Yorkie bars are?!

alex said...

You have to go to Mexico. Mexican food is the best thing ever, and they serve you pretty well, and everything is delicious, and spicy... not American spicy, but Mexican spicy. Just saying.
However, eating in the US is good too haha, and everything here looks just delicious!

Brittany said...

truth! :)

Jessi @ Life: The Epic Journey said...

Hahaha! You crack me up! You can't buy corn in Europe?

Megan said...

any society that serves unlimited chips and salsa for FREE with a mexican meal wins the prize. and i can tell you serving chips and salsa for free here in norway doesnt happen. america will receive that prize.

biscuits are NOT cookies, european peanut butter does NOT taste the same as american peanut butter, vacuum packed corn on the cob is NOT fresh and consumable (sorry im on a freaking roll with this one as of late), i should NOT have to made macaroni and cheese by hand...that is what kraft is for, soda is NOT palatable when warm (ice people! ice!), and water should NEVER have bubbles or fizz in it.

after living in germany for 6 years of my life and now being in norway...i truly can make a FOUNDED judgment and opinion when i say American food is where it is at. and im glad you feel the same.

Jasmine said...

This looks soo yummie!

Anonymous said...

couldn't agree more. sure, europe has awesome food (french pastries, spanish tapas, italian cuisine!?) but after studying abroad i have to concur that america is just the best place to eat....you can find SO much in america if you branch out from fast food. and as for the obesity epidemic...i think this blog goes to show that when done in moderation, it can be FINE, am i right?!

xoxo jen

Chelsea Coleen said...

amennnnnnnnnnn! do i need to send you an american care package?

PS. did you ditch the blackberry and move on to the iphone. TRAITOR. actually i am jealous. i would have done it too. damnit.

Dylan Fitzgerald said...

YAY! Holy moly those ribs look awesome...

Mighty Burns said...

yeah that all looks pretty much amazing YUMMM your killin me here! quick show me an apple!

Alex said...

Homemade ice cream=magic

BlueBear said...

I really love these pictures !

India said...

nice pics!

Jenna said...

love your photos! we do eat a lot of good food over here. :) glad you are enjoying your time here!

Nikskie said...

i know exactly how it feels of never wanted to leave, but i had to. nothing's better than being home.food and everything...

Gertrude said...

Yum everything looks so good!

Mackenzie said...

YESSS! home food always tops other food. mostly because you can taste how free it is. oh how i sound like a broke college student!

Jessica Marie said...

I WANT THAT CHEESE BREAD!

Jaime G. said...

yum!!! We're heading back to the states in a month for a visit and I am so excited about all of the yummy yummy food!!!! this just made my mouth water! (hopped over here from Take Heart)