Popular Dishes in diffrent Countries

Thanksgiving Dinner

First Thanksgiving started when the Pilgrims decided not to fast but to party with the Wampanoag Indians in 1621 Plymouth. The thanksgiving dinner consists of turkey (roasted or deep-fried), dressing (old loaf bread or cornbread, onion and celery, sausage, fruit, chestnuts, oysters), cranberry sauce, mashed and sweet potatoes, green bean casserole and pumpkin pie(Joseph). The thanks giving dinner food may differ from hous to house, but all the thanksgiving dinner in US is loved by people.
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Chocolate-chip cookies

Ruth Wakefield, who owned the Toll House Inn (a popular spot for home cooking in 1930s Whitman, Massachusetts), had made her Butter Drop Do cookies, and developed the chocolate chip cookies. Andrew Nestle got the recipe from her and it remains on the package to this day (Joseph). Chocolate-chip cookies can be served as desserts, or as snacks, with cup of milk.
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The s'mores are made with gram crakers, chocolate, and marshmellows melted together. It is made in many campfires with family. The Girl Scouts were the first to get the recipe down in the 1927 "Tramping and Trailing with the Girl Scouts". On August 10, National S'mores Day is celebrated. (Joseph).
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Peanut Butter Sandwiches

Peanut butter sandwiches were first served to clients at Dr. John Harvey Kellogg's sanatorium in Battle Creek, Michigan. Peanut paste was improved upon when chemist Joseph Rosefield added hydrogenated vegetable oil and called his spread Skippy in 1922. Today, peanut butter is often paired with jelly for lunchboxes(PB&J) and loved by people (except for the people with peanut allergy). (Joseph).
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Macaroni and cheese

Americans have a love for the pasta and cheese, and mac and cheese are made with pasta and cheese. Thomas Jefferson liked a certain noodle dish during his trip to Europe so much that he took notes and had it served back at a state dinner named,¡°macaroni pie." His cousin, Mary Randolph included a recipe for "macaroni and cheese" in her 1824 cookbook "The Virginia Housewife." (Joseph).
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Cheese Burgers are selled from: Lunch counter, traditional, gourmet, sliders, Kobe. White Castle, Whataburger, Burger King, In-N-Out, McDonald¡¯s, Steak N¡¯ Shake, Five Guys, The Heart Attack Grill... and many more. Pasadena, California, claims that the classic cheeseburger was born there in the late 1920s when a young chef at The Rite Spot accidentally burned a burger and slapped on some cheese to cover his blunder. Cheese burger is a burger with cheese inside it; again, the Americans really like cheese. (Joseph).
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