Foods that are sold everywhere but you have no idea who actually buys them.
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Pic related. Aside from people who drink martinis, who actually buys pimento stuffed olives, and what do they do with them? They look like they belong in cartoons.
Lots of people enjoy Spam, but everything on the shelf surrounding Spam is a mystery (potted ham, canned corned beef hash, Vienna sausages, deviled ham spread, etc).
Native American Cuisine
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Reading about Francis Mallman made me wonder about what different tribes of Native Americans ate?
Here's what I've found from some cursory research, and I'm wondering what else /ck/ might know:
>"Three Sisters" - maize, beans and squash
>Wild game, fish
>Wild leeks, ginger, juniper
Anyone ever eat at a Native American home? A reservation?
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I will /trv/ through London, and will spend almost 5 hour in Heathrow airport, at lunchtime. Is there any suggested places, where I should eat, or there are just the generic, overpriced "2 slice bread, one slice bologna" sandwiches for 10billion shekels?
for example, in Budapest, you can buy french macaron, shipped every week, straight from Paris.