Friday, 30 May 2014

Culture & Food: What Foreigners Think About Foreign Food?

What is this?
Image from BuzzFeed
Last time round we looked at what Americans think about Japanese snacks, this time round, we have American, British and Australian goodies!

How do you think they would react?

bland -- (adj)  usually disapproving not having a strong taste or character or not showing any interest or energy
pop the cherry -- to lose one's virginity, used as a metaphor in the above video to mean, "trying certain food for the first time".
fuss -- (n) [S or U] a show of anger, worry, lack of satisfaction or excitement, usually one which is greater than the situation deserves

rancid -- (adj) (of butter, oil, etc.) tasting or smelling unpleasant because not fresh

cinnamony -- (adj) taste like cinnamon

ranch -- (n)[U] refers to ranch dressing -- A condiment made of buttermilk or sour cream, mayonnaise, minced green onion, garlic powder, and other seasonings mixed into a sauce.

Never thought their preferences can be so different right? Wanna have some of those now?


Culture: What Do You Know About Japanese Culture? @ Locky's English Playground

Americans Try McDonald's For The First Time @ YouTube

Americans Try Coke For The First Time @ YouTube

British People Taste Test American Snacks @ YouTube

Americans Taste Test Australian Food @ YouTube

Vintage Foods You Won't Believe Actually Exist - Taste Test @ YouTube