Through the years, the United States has become a cultural melting pot of sorts as people from all over the world have come to call it their home. As such, many weird yet wonderful things have been labeled as “authentically American” in foreign countries.
Isn’t it crazy that a food franchise can lie to an entire country? Marketers are not above exploiting the American culture to make sales. A responder shares that they always get a kick out of how Japanese think Americans eat fried chicken for Christmas.
Somebody claims they bought a California hotdog at Brighton Pier in the U.K., which had corn and lettuce. They’ve lived in California their entire lives, and the closest they’ve come to corn on a hotdog is the cornbread batter of a corn dog.
Can we define how far is too far with pizza toppings? A final user states they’ve seen many food outlets in other countries selling American pizza with corn. They’ve never seen corn on pizza in the U.S., yet many people think it’s American.