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Fat, Oil, Sweets. Dairy. Meat. Vegetables. Fruits. Grains. Food Pyramid. American Food. Traditional and Regional delicacies.

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Food pyramid

Fat, Oil, Sweets

Dairy

Meat

Vegetables

Fruits

Grains

Food Pyramid


American food

American Food

Traditional and Regional delicacies


Dober tek bon appetite

Dober Tek! – Bon Appetite


At a restaurant

  • More often you will given an option of a soup America, the closest equivalent would be “Bon Appetite” (the French saying for good appetite). But this is not used as liberally as in Slovenia. or a salad before a meal as the first course. A salad is more common, soups are usually only eaten in winter.

  • A serving waiter may say “Bon Appetite”, or “Enjoy your meal”, after serving you your food, or they might say nothing at all. All are normal.

At a Restaurant:


General culture foods

  • Food America, the closest equivalent would be “Bon Appetite” (the French saying for good appetite). But this is not used as liberally as in Slovenia. : Hamburger, Hot Dog, Fries, Pizza, Pasta, Chili, Steak, Potato, Sandwich, Apple Pie, Pancakes

  • Drink: Coke, Coffee, Milkshake, Beer, Wine

General Culture: Foods


Guest at a home

  • In a home once the food is served it is common for the host to say a prayer or ask somebody else to. Another common way to begin a meal in a home is somebody at the table will say something like “this smells delicious” or “looks great”, and then the cook or person serving will informally say “enjoy”, or very very informally say “dig in!”.

  • It is courtesy not to begin eating until after the host has begun eating.

  • Afterwards, you will have dessert with the option of a coffee.

Guest at a Home


History of the hamburger

“Hamburgers, hamburgers, hamburgers hot; to say a prayer or ask somebody else to. Another common way to begin a meal in a home is somebody at the table will say something like “this smells delicious” or “looks great”, and then the cook or person serving will informally say “enjoy”, or very very informally say “dig in!”.

onions in the middle, pickle on top.

Makes your lips go flippity flop."

German sailors bring it to Hamburg

Steak Tartar in Russia

Mongolian Hordes

“Hamburg Style Steak” in New York for German Sailors

Modern Hamburger

History of the Hamburger


Apple pie la mode

“As American as Apple Pie!” to say a prayer or ask somebody else to. Another common way to begin a meal in a home is somebody at the table will say something like “this smells delicious” or “looks great”, and then the cook or person serving will informally say “enjoy”, or very very informally say “dig in!”.

Cheap and easy to make, Apple Pie has been a traditional sweet in America from the beginning of the nation.

“A la mode”- French expression meaning “in the fashion”, but in America, it means you get vanilla ice cream on top.

Apple Pie, à la Mode


Peanut butter and jelly sandwich
Peanut Butter and Jelly Sandwich to say a prayer or ask somebody else to. Another common way to begin a meal in a home is somebody at the table will say something like “this smells delicious” or “looks great”, and then the cook or person serving will informally say “enjoy”, or very very informally say “dig in!”.


Corn on the cob
Corn on the cob to say a prayer or ask somebody else to. Another common way to begin a meal in a home is somebody at the table will say something like “this smells delicious” or “looks great”, and then the cook or person serving will informally say “enjoy”, or very very informally say “dig in!”.


American pancakes

  • Thick and covered in Maple Syrup to say a prayer or ask somebody else to. Another common way to begin a meal in a home is somebody at the table will say something like “this smells delicious” or “looks great”, and then the cook or person serving will informally say “enjoy”, or very very informally say “dig in!”.

American Pancakes


S more

Marshmallow chocolate sandwich. to say a prayer or ask somebody else to. Another common way to begin a meal in a home is somebody at the table will say something like “this smells delicious” or “looks great”, and then the cook or person serving will informally say “enjoy”, or very very informally say “dig in!”.

S’more


New england style
New England Style to say a prayer or ask somebody else to. Another common way to begin a meal in a home is somebody at the table will say something like “this smells delicious” or “looks great”, and then the cook or person serving will informally say “enjoy”, or very very informally say “dig in!”.


Foods of the northeast

  • New York City: Steak, Pizza, Chili Fries, Cheesecake to say a prayer or ask somebody else to. Another common way to begin a meal in a home is somebody at the table will say something like “this smells delicious” or “looks great”, and then the cook or person serving will informally say “enjoy”, or very very informally say “dig in!”.

  • Philadelphia: Cheese Steak Sandwich

  • Boston: Baked Beans, Cream Pies

  • Maine: Lobster

Foods of the Northeast


Clambake
Clambake to say a prayer or ask somebody else to. Another common way to begin a meal in a home is somebody at the table will say something like “this smells delicious” or “looks great”, and then the cook or person serving will informally say “enjoy”, or very very informally say “dig in!”.


Southern style

  • Whiskey, Deep Fried Food and Sweet Tea. to say a prayer or ask somebody else to. Another common way to begin a meal in a home is somebody at the table will say something like “this smells delicious” or “looks great”, and then the cook or person serving will informally say “enjoy”, or very very informally say “dig in!”.

  • Barbeque

  • Slow cooked Vegetables

Collard Greens

Southern Style


Slow cooked pork
Slow Cooked Pork to say a prayer or ask somebody else to. Another common way to begin a meal in a home is somebody at the table will say something like “this smells delicious” or “looks great”, and then the cook or person serving will informally say “enjoy”, or very very informally say “dig in!”.


Jambalaya rice spice and shrimp
Jambalaya- Rice, spice and shrimp to say a prayer or ask somebody else to. Another common way to begin a meal in a home is somebody at the table will say something like “this smells delicious” or “looks great”, and then the cook or person serving will informally say “enjoy”, or very very informally say “dig in!”.


Alligator
Alligator to say a prayer or ask somebody else to. Another common way to begin a meal in a home is somebody at the table will say something like “this smells delicious” or “looks great”, and then the cook or person serving will informally say “enjoy”, or very very informally say “dig in!”.


Midwest

Cheese curds to say a prayer or ask somebody else to. Another common way to begin a meal in a home is somebody at the table will say something like “this smells delicious” or “looks great”, and then the cook or person serving will informally say “enjoy”, or very very informally say “dig in!”.

Corn on the cob

meatloaf

Midwest


Texas and the west
Texas and the West to say a prayer or ask somebody else to. Another common way to begin a meal in a home is somebody at the table will say something like “this smells delicious” or “looks great”, and then the cook or person serving will informally say “enjoy”, or very very informally say “dig in!”.


Beef jerky
Beef Jerky to say a prayer or ask somebody else to. Another common way to begin a meal in a home is somebody at the table will say something like “this smells delicious” or “looks great”, and then the cook or person serving will informally say “enjoy”, or very very informally say “dig in!”.


Chili and cornbread
Chili and Cornbread to say a prayer or ask somebody else to. Another common way to begin a meal in a home is somebody at the table will say something like “this smells delicious” or “looks great”, and then the cook or person serving will informally say “enjoy”, or very very informally say “dig in!”.


Barbeque an american get together
Barbeque to say a prayer or ask somebody else to. Another common way to begin a meal in a home is somebody at the table will say something like “this smells delicious” or “looks great”, and then the cook or person serving will informally say “enjoy”, or very very informally say “dig in!”. , an American get together