RE: WASP food?
Oh come on. There is not southern wasp and northern. Are you white? Are you of angle saxon descent? Historically germanic tribes but people have also used it to include anglo celtic and anglo- norman. So, let's just say most of western europe is covered leaving out those pesky catholic italians and spainish. Leaves us to the last part. Are you Protestant? If you say yes to Jesus, but no to the Pope...ding, ding, ding...you're it.
Babtist, Lutheran,Presbyterian, Tent-revival snake charmer, what have you. I'm very sorry. I know people like to feel very unique and need their labels for other people. "WASP? Oh, that sounds bad, must just be the New England Martini set, and not me." Oh no, that's the definition. Finding it hard to name things other than stereotypical food? That's because it's a really big group from different countries who settled all over America and Canada...well, let's face it, they were not called colonialists for nothing, they went everywhere. What symbolizes a WASP most is not any type of food, but a land grab. But then, too many other religions/nationalities did that as well.
This thread quickly became a lesson is stereotypes.