That's basically all fair.
"The most common one has to be root beer, which some British people buy without realizing that it's not beer. Few of them can stand it. However, they have nothing to complain about, given that the UK has Irn-Bru, which is pretty appalling itself." — Ernest W. Adams
Irn-Bru is a sugary carbonated drink made in Scotland, which is sometimes called "Scotland's other national drink," according to Wikipedia, the unassailable bastion of facts and occasional alternative facts.
"I like pancakes with bacon and maple syrup. I like peanut butter - yes, even with jam if you really must, although it's better with honey. I have eaten snails, and they were quite nice (not an American food, but something many people would turn their noses up at.)
But what in the name of heaven are grits?? They look utterly unappetising, and the descriptions I've read have me imagining a sort of salty porridge.
One day I will go to the States and I will try grits, just to understand WTAF they are.
I'm much more looking forward to trying biscuits and gravy. (Both words we Brits use, but in a completely different way.) That looks much more interesting." — Clare Celea