I love learning about other cultures. I’m so fortunate to have readers from all over the world and they’ve generously shared post cards, letters, pictures, souvenirs, and other great items and information about their homelands over the years. I think it’s so cool how people in other areas of the world have such different traditions, clothing, housing, ideas, food, etc.. When I was at Target the other day, I took many pictures of some interesting English foods. I think it’s especially strange how a country that speaks the same language, can have such differences. For example, apparently “pudding” does not mean the same thing in the U.K. as it does in the U.S.
So, here are a few of the pictures I took. Maybe I should take a trip to England (at Epcot) and try to figure out what all this is. Or, better yet, maybe my English readers can explain these products to me. Please? Leave me a comment and tell me about these or any other English foods are. What’s good? What isn’t? What are your favorite foods? What American foods do you not understand? But please, for the love of God, do not offer to send me any samples of Marmite. Thank you so very much, but no thank you. Oh yeah, and if you happen to know the guy who posed for the porage oats package, send him my way!
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