Which would you choose to serve a guest from another country visiting your home in the US?
Or, if you're a visitor from another country, which meal would you prefer to try: (1) hamburger, fries and milkshake; (2) meatloaf, mashed potatoes, green beans, and macaroni & cheese; (3) barbecue ribs, baked beans, coleslaw, texas toast, corn on cob; or (4) Low country boil: shrimp, corn, potatoes, onions and sausage all boiled in spices together.
The four suggested meals you listed would all be a great sampling of American cuisine! However, I think I would make homemade pizza with a tossed salad and something chocolate-y for dessert like brownies or chocolate ice cream (or both). Homemade pizza is something we eat each week, so it is quite representative of a typical meal for us.
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