American cuisine

American dish

  Basically, United States cuisine is based on its own cuisine from long time ago when the Native Americans had a diverse cooking style with diverse ingredients to combine. However, when the European people came to North America, the United States cuisine, methods, styles and techniques changed, as same as its ingredients, becoming popular the cheese and wine for every single dish.

  Through the time, many ingredients have been adding to the American cuisine including root vegetables such as camas bulb, arrowhead, blue lapine, bitterroot, biscuit root, breadroot and white potatoes; some greens like salmonberry, coltsfoot, fiddlehead fern, milkweed, wild celery, wood sorrel, and wild nasturtium; among fruits are strawberries, huckleberries, blueberries, cherries, currants, gooseberries and yucca fruit; also some nuts like pecans, hickory nuts, beechnuts, hazelnuts, chestnuts, chinquapins, black walnuts, and butternuts.

  Some of their preferred game meat were, and in some places still are, bison, rabbit, raccoon, opossum, squirrel, chipmunk, ground hog, peccary, prairie dog, badger, beaver, porcupine, turkey, partridge, quail, pigeon, plover, ducks and geese. As same as plenty of seafood like cod, lemon sole, flounder, herring, halibut, sturgeon, smelt, drum, olachen, catfish, shrimp, lobster, crayfish, and giant crabs, mussels and periwinkles.

  Among their typical American food, we will find American Parfait, Amish Friendship Bread, Animal Crackers, Boston baked beans, Clam Chowder, Cornbread, Cotton Candy, Crabcake, Doughnuts, Dirty rice, Eskimo pie, Fried chicken, Fudge, Garbage Plate, Goetta, Green bean casserole, Luther Burger, Macaroni and cheese, Mashed Potatoes, Moon Pie, Muffuletta sandwich, Onion Rings, Rice Krispie treat, Root beer float, San Francisco Sourdough bread, Scrapple, Shrimp & Grits, Shrimp Creole, Turkey dinner, Toasted ravioli, Twinkie, and many more.

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