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American foods get a bad rap?

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I hear very many Europeans say American food is horrible. I can understand this when you look at disgusting foods like microwavable pork rinds and Hershey's chocolate. However, some people also complain about enjoyable foods. For example, maple syrup. Could I point out that very few Americans have had REAL-from-the -tree maple syrup? The real stuff is heavenly. Mrs. Butterworths and Aunt Jemima have nothing on that stuff. My question is, are there any foods that we have over here that are enjoyable? And if there aren't any, what are the most infamous US foods?

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