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Thread: bringing back an american food?

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    if you wanted to bring back one or two american foods which really summed up your experience or just would be interesting for someone in the UK what would it be? And is it ok to bring food back from the US to the uk anyway?



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    Twinkies. :rofl:

    We bring back cornbread mix normally and Mickey Mouse pretzels.

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    I bring back cornbread mix, pudding mix and stove-top stuffing






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    You guys crack me up!!

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    My kids discovered pudding and love it, so this time I had to bring some back. I usually go to Publix and stock up with my baking supplies. I got a few Betty crocker mixes that I cant get here as well as butterscotch chips and chocolate chips.We bought lots of Gummi Bears and bubble gum too. Sad, I know!

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    Big Red gum too.

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    You can't get cornbread mix, or cornmeal (to make your own) in the UK? Nor pudding mix? You can make your own with cornstarch or flour base.






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    You can buy both from US import places but they are very expensive.

    Our Angel Delight is fluffy compared to pudding - I love pudding - sinful I know but I don't have it very often

    Cornbread mix again we don't have - we could make it from scratch.

    We have a lovely garden Centre with a really nice farm food section that carries US imported foods, I tried to get cornbread mix on Friday but they didn;t have any - it would have been very expensive though.






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    Ah. I see. Quite like trying to track down Devon cream and Irish bacon here. You can find it, but it's pricey.






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    I'll need waffle mix this time too for the Mickey waffle maker.

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