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    Pumpkin Pie
    They're already out of the oven and cool enough to slice.



    If I could get away with it without having my hand sliced off that is.
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    You lot are weird.

    Never had it, never fancied it. That's just so American!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kevriano View Post
    You lot are weird.

    Never had it, never fancied it. That's just so American!
    Given what you all eat over there, not a lot of room to call us weird.
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    EXAMPLE! At least we don't eat Frogs Legs, Snails etc, or Sauerkraut.
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    How about jellied eel, mint sauce, and Liver?
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    Quote Originally Posted by bobtomay View Post
    They're already out of the oven and cool enough to slice.



    If I could get away with it without having my hand sliced off that is.
    I'm the cook around here, but Mrs. Smith makes our pumpkin pies

    Seriously though, I was boiling the giblets and turkey neck last night to make stock for gravy and the aroma was killing me. I wanted to stick the bird in the oven last night
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kevriano View Post
    EXAMPLE! At least we don't eat Frogs Legs, Snails etc, or Sauerkraut.
    Can't say that I've ever had opportunity to eat frogs legs or snails. Sauerkraut I've had occasionally on hot dogs, or with pork.

    Seriously, those are the things you cite as "American food"? I can think of many other things more typical.
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    No Mrs Smith's here. But, the kids coming up is the only time I get home made any more.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bobtomay View Post
    They're already out of the oven and cool enough to slice.



    If I could get away with it without having my hand sliced off that is.
    That sounds amazing. I've ever had pumpkin pie, fresh out of the oven. I can't imagine how nice that would taste. It's surprising how good pumpkin foods taste, my favorite is pumpkin ice cream and cookies.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cwa107 View Post
    Can't say that I've ever had opportunity to eat frogs legs or snails. Sauerkraut I've had occasionally on hot dogs, or with pork.

    Seriously, those are the things you cite as "American food"? I can think of many other things more typical.
    Oh no, you misunderstood (or I wasn't really clear for fear of being xenophobic), but other countries eat weirder stuff than us Brits.
    American food is waffles for breakfast with maple syrup, burgers and grits (whatever they are!)

    BTW, Happy Thanksgiving to all of you and our other American members.

    Oh yeah, and liver is disgusting, as is mint sauce.
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    Agreed sourcrout is disgusting - if that's American, I need a new country - I know that ain't how you spell it, but it's so disgusting, I never really cared to learn how.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bobtomay View Post
    Agreed sourcrout is disgusting - if that's American, I need a new country - I know that ain't how you spell it, but it's so disgusting, I never really cared to learn how.
    Yeah, it's definitely an acquired taste. Can't say that it's ever been on my top ten, but having lived in "PA Dutch Country" for the better part of my life, it's unavoidable. There's actually a tradition in these parts of eating pork and sauerkraut on New Years Day for good luck. Diners run specials on it and we're usually are invited to our friends' houses for it. I'm guessing it has something to do with the Germanic influence on the area.
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    Quote Originally Posted by schweb View Post
    How about jellied eel, mint sauce, and Liver?
    LOL - agreed, some strange food choices over here (although I do like a bit of mint sauce...

    Re the Pumpkin pie, I want to try it, but I also don't... My mum tried to make some pumpkin dish when I was younger and it was awful!!!

    Now I can't believe how many people like it if it tasted so bad, so I'm guessing she plain got it wrong

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    Being American born and bred Pumpkin Pie when done right is very tasty especially with
    real whip cream on top don't knock it until you tried it. I tried liver once never again and
    as for frog legs not happening.

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