America food basket

America food basket

Love waking up to the smell of sausages in the morning? Hands down, it’s the best way to kickstart the day. Calling all pork lovers, this American staple goes well with apples, onion, mustard, cabbage and tomatoes. It originated as a way for farmers to make use of as much of their livestock as possible, with dried sage as the key ingredient along with an assortment of spices. Low effort yet luxurious, it’s perfect for a hearty breakfast or a Sunday brunch.

Chocolate Chip Cookies

“A balanced diet is a cookie in each hand”. So let’s take a moment to thank Ruth Wakefield of Massachusetts, who came up with the brilliant idea of adding chocolate to her butter cookies sometime in the 1930s. If you’re crazy about cookies just like us, bake a batch of chewy and crunchy cookies to get your dose of chocolate, and take this comfort treat to a whole new level. Can you feel the serotonin releasing?
. S’mores

Gooey, melty, warm and sweet — nothing evokes family vacations and carefree camping under the stars quite like this classic American food. S’mores are basically roasted marshmallows and a layer of chocolate sandwiched between 2 pieces of graham cracker. It’s the simplest of the desserts, messy and mouth-watering. S’more please! (We bet you can’t get enough.) So get those marshmallow sticks sharpened and celebrate America’s birthday.

What do you get when you cross a croissant with a doughnut? Introducing: Cronut. The current gastronomic craze about the cronut makes it the most sought-after snack in the world! Made with laminated dough, it is first proofed and then fried in grape seed oil at a controlled temperature. The fried pastry is then sugared, filled and glazed. The cronut was the unique creation of French pastry chef Dominique Ansel and was launched in May 2013 in New York. With the crispiness of croissants and goodness of doughnuts, it just doesn’t get better than this.

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