Which American food products do the English/British like most?

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2011/04/24 16:22:34 (permalink)

Which American food products do the English/British like most?

English or British?  Which is right and which do they prefer?
 
Anyway:
 
http://www.usafoodstore.co.uk/
 
Pop Tarts?
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    1bbqboy
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    Re:Which American food products do the English/British like most? 2011/04/24 16:42:05 (permalink)
    I think that is more for ex-pats living in the mother country, sort of
    like British food stores here, but could be both.
    post edited by bill voss - 2011/04/24 16:51:53
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    Re:Which American food products do the English/British like most? 2011/04/24 17:27:29 (permalink)
    Wow!....$33 for a case of pepsi.
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    Re:Which American food products do the English/British like most? 2011/04/24 18:17:00 (permalink)
    chefbuba

    Wow!....$33 for a case of pepsi.

    If you want to hear the music, you gotta pay the Fiddler!
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    Re:Which American food products do the English/British like most? 2011/05/06 10:24:28 (permalink)
    One of my girlfriends married a Finnish guy & lives there now. She misses Barq's Root Beer. A LOT!!!
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    Re:Which American food products do the English/British like most? 2011/05/06 11:48:01 (permalink)
    People are English if they were born in England.
     
    People are British if they were born in England, Wales or Scotland.
     
    Some would say those from Northern Ireland are also British, but I think technically they are part of the United Kingdom, not Britain.
     
    But it is complicated, especially since devolution.  Scots are proudly "Scottish."  My Scottish friends rarely, if ever, refer to themselves as British (and certainly not as "English"), and are very proud of their Parliament.  Ditto the Welsh, with their National Assembly.
     
     
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