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Food

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hamburger (n)
Hamburgers were invented in America.
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hot dog (n)
A hot dog is a sausage-style meat or meat product, cooked and served on a long slender sliced bun. The wiener, frankfurter, or weenie is usually precooked or smoked and served with condiments on the bun. Hot dogs are commonly cooked on barbecue grills and are favorites at American sporting events.
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turkey (n)
Smithfield ham
french fry (n)
French fries, in North America, refer to thick, elongated slices of deep-fried strips of potato. In the United Kingdom, these thick strips are called chips. American french fries are a favorite staple at fast food restaurants in the United States.
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chocolate chip cookie
apple pie (n)
The American favorite called "apple pie" is a fruit tart between two crusts. Apple pies often contain baked cinnamon and sugared apples sliced into a flaky shell. Apple pie is often served hot with a slice of cheese or a scoop of ice cream.
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Jelly Belly Candy
Fairfield, California, United States based Jelly Belly Candy Company makes jellybeans and other fine candies. Jelly Belly started as the German Goelitz Candy Company, which was formed in 1869 by two immigrant brothers from Germany. In 1976, they started producing a new concept in jellybeans they called Jelly Belly. Jelly Belly was the first jellybean in outer space as well as the favorite candy of U.S. President Ronald Reagan while he was in office.
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Heinz Ketchup
Heinz Tomato Ketchup, a tomato based condiment, was first offered by the H.J. Heinz company in 1876. The Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States headquartered company grew to the point where it was producing twelve million bottles of ketchup annually by 1907.
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gravy (n)
Boston baked beans
Boston baked beans are sugarcoated peanuts developed by the Ferrara Pan Candy Company in the 1930s. Italian immigrant Salvatore Ferrara founded Ferrara Pan Candy Company in 1908 in Chicago, Illinois, United States.
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bacon and eggs
grits (n)
porkchop (n)
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Monday at 5:49 pm
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55% of our EnglishClass101 listeners love Hamburger! What's your favorite American food?

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Saturday at 8:58 pm
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Hi Koena889,


That's a good choice too!


Looking forward to seeing you often here.


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Cristiane

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Koena889
Saturday at 7:53 pm
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I like bacon and eggs

Koena889
Saturday at 7:51 pm
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Thanks

Hilario
Friday at 10:55 pm
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Wednesday at 4:23 am
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Hello Everyone,


@Ibrahim abd el wahab

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Ahmed
Thursday at 7:52 pm
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very useful vocabulary

Ibrahim abd el wahab
Saturday at 5:48 am
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many thanks