European Food vs. American Food . What is the difference ?

It’s morning in America, and all across the country people are rising, shining, and settling into the first meal of the day. It’s breakfast, so it’s going to be eggs, bacon, toast, and coffee, right? Maybe a pancake or two, or some cereal?

Pancake Breakfast with Syrup Pour

Throughout the Netherlands, Belgium, Germany, Austria, Switzerland,Romania and other countries of there, expect a more modest buffet — but still plenty of options (rolls, bread, jam, cold cuts, cheeses, fruit, yogurt, and cereal). In these countries, there’s a good chance of finding hard-boiled eggs, scrambled or fried eggs at every breakfast .


American Lunch : the pattern in this meals is that they’re all easy to make or procure, don’t take too much time to eat, and are inexpensive. I feel that pattern is pretty typical in America.



European Lunch : Finding affordable, healthy, and delicious local food is something that’s easy to do, and you don’t need to be a chef to throw together a baguette with tomatoes, basil, and mozzarella cheese and one or two slices of salami …. delicious .



American dinner :

To make the BBQ sauce combined a large portion of ketchup, with coca cola, water and cinder vinegar to thin it.


European dinner :

There are ripe, juicy tomatoes, melt-in-your-mouth fresh mozzarella cheese and basil. Don’t forget the steak! I love mozzarella .





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