British Food, Explained For Americans


All desserts are pudding, but what you think of as pudding is not pudding, but just a part of some puddings. It’s custard, basically. Which we generally put on puddings… More at BuzzFeed.

Thanks for Kirk for the link. This will hopefully help explain some things, but not the fact that American chocolate is awful!

One thought on “British Food, Explained For Americans

  1. I like how, at least in my browser, the text is all much larger and bold. That’s to help people read it easier. It’s like talking louder to get people to understand. Surprised it wasn’t in all caps.

    Seriously though, it’s very surprising how much things have diverged, even in places like Boston or Toronto.

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