5 Non-Americans Explain What American Food They’re Most Interested In Trying

Many people travel the world to explore new cultures, places, and food, which some people certainly prioritize as most important. The world is filled with a countless number of cuisines and dishes that people definitely travel for because they are both unique and delicious. Not all people agree the same foods or cuisines are delicious though they all might be curious to first try new foods before making such a conclusion. According to non-Americans on Reddit, they are curious to try a number of American dishes and foods they hope are delicious.

“All of the BBQ food,” is one of the more popular foods non-Americans are interested in trying. Fortunately for them and anyone visiting the United States, the list of barbecue dishes is endless and includes smoked brisket, pulled pork, and of course, racks of ribs accompanied by baked beans, cole slaw, macaroni salad, green beans, cornbread, and also an endless list of sides. “A homemade, complete Thanksgiving dinner,” is another popular meal non-Americans are interested in trying. The Thanksgiving meal is actually already favorited by many Americans, so visitors are certainly guaranteed to enjoy the experience. Also, with the number of sides and servings available, everyone is guaranteed to serve themselves seconds because Thanksgiving is so delicious.

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