As promised, here’s the 101 American Foods to Try in the USA: Ebook!
If you prefer to read the list online, here’s a recap of the posts:
- Part 1: Desserts
- Part 2: Main Dishes and Savoury Snacks
- Part 3: Drinks and Location-specific / Regional Specialties
I’ve added a special checklist to the ebook so you can check off which things you’ve tasted, and where!
I’ve made a FREE ebook for your use (currently in PDF and EPUB forms below – I’ll keep adding!), and it’s published under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 3.0 Unported License, which means that you are welcome to share my ebook with anyone and everyone, adapt it into a larger work that is non-commercial and that is also redistributed with this same license. (Confused? Read about A Guide to Creative Commons on my When I Have Time blog.)
While the ebook is completely free, if you’d like to show your appreciation and thanks for the effort that went into creating it, you’re welcome to send me a little donation via PayPal!
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Not sure which version is compatible with your device or interested in learning more about reading this ebook on your device while traveling!? Read my post on How to Read an ebook: Formats, Devices, Dedicated Readers and iPhone Applications on my tech blog, When I Have Time.
- Download FREE the 101 American Foods to Try in the USA ebook (PDF version)
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I hope you enjoy it – please let me know if it was helpful to you.
I love this website. It’s my kind of cooking.
thank you very much Sara,
i will try to taste as many things as I can…
see you when i’ll be back!
Karen McCann says
I loved 101 American foods from the moment I saw you started with desserts. My sentiments exactly! I will certainly recommend this book to European friends visiting the US. I was glad to see a long description of brownies, which is one of the few American dishes all my friends here in Seville, Spain, really like. I made it for a party yesterday, the kick-off to Seville’s huge Semana Santa celebration. And even though in my haste I took the brownies out too soon, and they were squishy even by my standards, everyone raved and asked for seconds and thirds. Some foods are truly international.