I can't remember if we talked about this already ... Probably. But what's your "national dish?" How do you serve/eat it? And is it really as good as everyone says it is?
We don't really have such a thing here in the giant USA, but if we did, it would probably be the cheeseburger. Hot off the charcoal grill, it really is wonderful. The crap from McDonald's, not so much.
I dunno - I think some First Nation food is pretty iconic . I’m not sure what is the most universally known but maybe Fry bread? :).
i miss lots from my states influenced childhood. When I arrived in Europe a pbj was still considered utterly bizarre. Now you can sometimes buy goobers here. ( But never just grape jelly ) Things I miss - corn bread ( no sugar thank you ) grits, sunflower butter , ( I really like nuts and seeds and spreads of them) , someone else baking a decent pumpkin pie. Pecan pie is becoming more common - but not as good. Never seen a sweet potato pie here .
If I make meat loaf I get funny looks. It’s pretty rare I make it - but it’s alien here.