Lidl is selling Ameriburger food again, what should I buy?

Lidl is selling Ameriburger food again, what should I buy?

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  1. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Wow, they really are big into onions.

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Euro in Burgerland here.
      Weirdly, peanut puffs are marketed as German in America.
      Don't bother with the wurstel. They won't taste like American ones.
      Same with the "maize and potato snacks." Curry is not a common flavour here nevermind curry barbecue and whole I'm sure I've seen ketchup flavoured other products, those snacks (called "hot fries here, as a genericised trademark of Andy Capp's Hot Fries) don't come in ketchup.
      Nobody pulls turkey.
      Cranberry drinks can be decent it the most foul you you've ever had so with that crapshoot, I'd avoid that, too.
      Americans don't have frappe mix. Closest to that they've got is Nesquik and "coffee mate."
      The sweets to the right of the advert are all extremely simple to make yourself so funny bother.
      That pretty much leaves you with all the frozen fried stuff, the pulled pork, gherkins, jelly beans, crispy onions and mustard, which you should combine into one, unholy meal, like a true American.
      Also, while I've never seen one here, the pulled pork snack sticks definitely sound quite American and there's a company that makes delicious maize-and-corn snacks but they're quite small (the company, not the snacks) and barely known by anyone

      Americans? I guess? I always thought they were more garlic-y people. My family and I go through, like, 3lbs/1,5kg of onion weekly, which is pretty standard for where I'm from. I don't think most Americans eat even one onion most weeks

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        >I don't think most Americans eat even one onion most weeks
        Trash people.

        • 4 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          No. They like onion, they just don't use it much at home unless we're talking powdered forms. They'll happily eat onion rings out or get takeaway with onion in it, particularly Chinese.
          I can't tell you how many of these people I've dated here who've had jars of foul tasting preminced garlic in the fridge but not a single onion anywhere. Literally all of them except my wife but she's not from here, either.
          I think it's the perceived hassle of peeling and cutting their own onions that Kris them from eating that many.

          • 4 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            >that Kris them
            That KEEPS them

          • 4 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            Trash people.

          • 4 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            I dont think thats true

          • 4 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            >They like onion, they just don't use it much at home unless we're talking powdered forms.
            Nearly every homecooked meal my parents made when I was growing up had a chopped/minced onion on it

            • 4 weeks ago
              Anonymous

              >a chopped/minced onion on it
              >one onion
              >for a whole family meal

              i would go with the cranberry DRINK and some of those
              >Hot Dog smoked Pork Sausages
              in the jar lmfao
              no wonder you euros think we're all fat tards

              ketchup flavor is mostly a Canadian thing in north america eurofren
              idk my whole family always keeps onions in the kitchen, and more from the garden in the cellar

              There are ketchup chips here but not sticks. I'd eat the frick out of some ketchup sticks. They sound fricking delicious.

              I dont think thats true

              You're right. As evidenced by , we don't really like onion very much here and only use it sparingly.

          • 4 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            "normies don't know about onions" is a pretty funny take

            • 4 weeks ago
              Anonymous

              They know about onions, they just don't buy them much or, if they do, they will buy a single onion for taco night or some shit. Meanwhile, I'm buying a 3lb bag of onions each week (bought two this week, akshully, because first vidalias of the season) because we cook the vast majority of our own meals.

              [...]
              [...]
              also all of these posters are disingenuous btw.

              In what way?

              >They like onion, they just don't use it much at home unless we're talking powdered forms.
              Nearly every homecooked meal my parents made when I was growing up had a chopped/minced onion on it

              Neat. What were those homecooked meals and how often did you have them?

              i would go with the cranberry DRINK and some of those
              >Hot Dog smoked Pork Sausages
              in the jar lmfao
              no wonder you euros think we're all fat tards

              ketchup flavor is mostly a Canadian thing in north america eurofren
              idk my whole family always keeps onions in the kitchen, and more from the garden in the cellar

              >ketchup flavor is mostly a Canadian thing in north america eurofren
              There are ketchup chips in America and they're delicious but I've never heard of ketchup hot fries in all my years this side of the pond. Also, don't Canadians make ketchup cake?
              Those guys don't frick around when it comes to their love of ketchup.

              I dont think thats true

              It is, tho.

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        >funny bother
        DON'T bother

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        i would go with the cranberry DRINK and some of those
        >Hot Dog smoked Pork Sausages
        in the jar lmfao
        no wonder you euros think we're all fat tards

        ketchup flavor is mostly a Canadian thing in north america eurofren
        idk my whole family always keeps onions in the kitchen, and more from the garden in the cellar

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        >I don't think most Americans eat even one onion most weeks
        Trash people.

        No. They like onion, they just don't use it much at home unless we're talking powdered forms. They'll happily eat onion rings out or get takeaway with onion in it, particularly Chinese.
        I can't tell you how many of these people I've dated here who've had jars of foul tasting preminced garlic in the fridge but not a single onion anywhere. Literally all of them except my wife but she's not from here, either.
        I think it's the perceived hassle of peeling and cutting their own onions that Kris them from eating that many.

        also all of these posters are disingenuous btw.

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        >Cranberry drinks can be decent it the most foul you you've ever had so with that crapshoot, I'd avoid that, too.
        What? As in what are you saying? You claim to be in America and write English like this?
        Also, I love cranberry juice

        >so funny bother.
        Huh?

        >That pretty much leaves you with all the frozen fried stuff, the pulled pork, gherkins, jelly beans, crispy onions and mustard, which you should combine into one, unholy meal, like a true American.
        No American eats like that so I doubt you're in America

        >Also, while I've never seen one here, the pulled pork snack sticks definitely sound quite American and there's a company that makes delicious maize-and-corn snacks but they're quite small (the company, not the snacks) and barely known by anyone
        No such thing as pulled pork snacks in America
        You are obviously not in America
        Your English suck, you say false things about America
        You must be some loser in Albania

        • 4 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          >Cranberry drinks can be decent it the most foul you you've ever had so with that crapshoot, I'd avoid that, too.
          Forgot a word there and typo'd another.
          >Cranberry drinks can be decent OR the most foul SHIT you you've ever had so with that crapshoot, I'd avoid that, too.
          >so funny bother.
          See

          >funny bother
          DON'T bother

          >No American eats like that so I doubt you're in America
          *the joke*
          __________
          your head
          >Your English suck
          O.D Iron E.
          >Albania
          Them's fightin' words! Or, rather, a single fightin' word! And an incredibly offensive one at that. Never, ever compare anyone to an Albanian.

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        I buy lonyos in 10lb bags hand, veillicht gehst du verruck zum deutcheland schwartzemannleiber

        • 3 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          *hand
          Hans.
          auch kannst du mein wurste saugen

  2. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    The sausages in the glass jar are top notch.
    They taste like wienertail wieners but way bigger.

  3. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    the mini muffins are peng

  4. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    i used to eat those nuggies a lot theyre pretty good

  5. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    soy

  6. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    maybe the Cranberry juice. much of it is not stuff I've seen in America or stuff that you will certainly not enjoy, and often both. sliced gherkins and fried onions are just impractical. I do not know what an american style pizza or chicken strip is. I've certainly never heard of pulled turkey, snack stick, heart pizza, and the combination starch snacks. pancakes can also be made at home excellently for very cheap. i think you shouldn't by any of it if you respect yourself.

  7. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    a bottle of corn syrup

  8. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Burger here to comment on the onion controversy ITT.
    I see three onion related items in the OP image. Two onion rings, and one tub of crispy fried onions. Personally I've never had or even remember seeing frozen onion rings from a grocery store here, but I'm sure you'd find them if you actually looked. In my experience onion rings are most popular in the parts of the US known for growing sweet onions, such as Vidalia onions in the Southeast, and Walla Walla onions in the Northwest. They are a pretty common item at restaurants in those regions. As far as the crispy fried onions, I've only ever had them as a topping for green bean casserole like picrel at Thanksgiving, or Christmas dinner. They're also sometimes used as a topping for hotdogs or hamburgers, but I've never actually tried it. I do use fresh onions when cooking pretty frequently, but I wouldn't say I use them more often than someone from basically any other country where they're available.

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Nothing is more American than a hot dog from Ikea with lots of Danish-style fried onions.

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      You make them by thinly slicing shallots, dredge them in seasoned flour, then shallow fry them
      They need to be toasted before serving, these ones are par-fried

  9. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    actually, not as ridiculous as i wouldve thought considering other European "American Food" offerings, surprisingly accurate.
    i'd 100% slam those puff pastry pizzas.

  10. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    curly fries and snackstick with pulled prok

  11. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Snack boxes aren't really an American thing but everything in that snack box is something we'd eat so it's a funny little British twist on American food.

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Closest thing to that America has are appetizer samplers at diners and Chinese pupu platters.

  12. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >english language
    >euro prices
    is that from Ireland?

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Could be Malta.

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Future EU Scotland.

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Malta

  13. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Do americans really?

  14. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I love american food, but what lidl is offering looks very low quality outside of breaded chiggun and maybe pizza

  15. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Things that aren't actually regularly sold in the USA:
    >Pulled Turkey
    >Maize and potato snacks
    >Corn and Peanut Snack
    >Maize and Rice Snacks
    >Curry sauce
    >Snackstick with pulled pork
    >Puff Pastry Pizzas

    The rest are strange, foreign versions of American food, the most appalling packaging being the hot dogs in a jar.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      It's a German company. We're lucky there's not someone defecating on the packaging.

  16. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I am disappointed by the idea of euros thinking there's such a thing as "American style pizza." There are more pizzas in heaven and earth than are dreamt of in your philosophy, Horatio.

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