They taught you how to spell with their commercials! But that tiny one-serving cup was never enough. Also, what happened to their pudding pops?
38. New England clam chowder
It’s protected by law from being tainted by tomatoes, like Manhattan’s chowder, and we fully support laws that protect… bowls of soup. But since the thick, creamy soup is only appealing in the Winter months, it couldn’t snag a higher spot.
HEY MA! CAN WE GET SOME MEATLOAF? They said that in a movie we liked in America.
36. Sweet tea
Since we dumped all that pricey tea in the Boston Harbor, we set about improving on British specialties, and there are few better ways to recover from a humid, deep-South day than with cold sweet tea with extra sugar and a squeeze of lemon. NOT TO BE CONFUSED WITH SCRAPPLE.
35. Tenderloin sandwich
Wiener schnitzel may belong to the Bavarians, but Iowa and Indiana have the sandwich version, because we like to make sandwiches out of everything since sliced bread is the best. Also, it's deep-fried instead of pan-fried because, again, this is America. But you’re also left wanting about three times the bread to take down that huge loin.