I'm gonna get this off my chest. Ok, we seem to have a lot of "brit bashers" here, although they probably wouldnt be bashers if they wernt sick to death with the amount of spam-like postings they get from a member who's username starts with a dark colour.
I know people have some opinions about the UK, some people have even been there, but what I'd like to know is this:
In my neck of the woods (and in fact most of Europe), most people think the worst tasting, most disgusting type of food you can eat is that of the north American variety. I came on this board and was shocked to find the disparaging remarks about my country's food....now, from a personal point of view, I've been all over the world, and in nearly every country, I've suffered from a dodgy stomach, the usual reason being the difference in the usual type of food I eat.
Now, The only place this never happened was North America, simply because the food was sooo similar to what I was used to, and no, I didnt go out of my way to "Eat English", I actually eat pretty much every regional dish I could. But to me, and from the stuff I've eaten elsewhere, pretty much everything I ate there, was similar to what I eat here, and the quality was similar.
So go on, I'm intreged, what's the best thing about American cooking, and also, how's it so much better than British cuisine?....really, I'd like to know.