It's pretty great in Canada: amazing hockey players, hot Prime Minister, acres and acres of untouched wilderness and one more thing:
Delicious food that American's can't have.
One of the best things about being Canadian is being able to point out all the things that make us different from US Americans. I mean, it's practically a national pass-time.
Here's a list of every snack Canadians enjoy that their neighbor South of the border wishes they had:
Looks like wood, tastes wonderful!
The best condiment, now on a chip!
I must be living in the wrong part of Canada, I didn't know these existed. But, now, I want one.
The best when eaten while skating along the Rideau Canal.
Crush Cream Soda
It's like ice cream in a bottle.
Traditionally a Scottish treat, but adopted by the Canadian Inuit. It's been a delicious staple for quite some time.
Britain is our bro.
You haven't tasted heaven until you've tasted one of these!
Like the York Peppermint Patty, only better.
No explanation necessary.
In the states, they're called Mac and Cheese. But, here, we do KD.
Seriously, a Canadian classic.
Montreal Smoked Meat
All the good stuff comes from Montreal.
Kraft Peanut Butter
Makes the best PB&Js this side of the border.
East Coasters do it right with this delicious sweet, meaty and greasy delight.
How do you like your coffee? Crisp!
Split Pea Soup
A Québec classic, you'll be saying 'merci' between spoonfuls.
Main ingredient: MILK. Hershey's main ingredient: SUGAR.
Canada Dry Ginger Ale
Because it has our name on it.
Or, as my brothers call it, 'torture pie.' It's delicious and you'll want seconds.
Every kid had this in their lunch.
Yummm... smoky simulated potato sticks.
I did not know these were Canadian. I definitely eat the red ones last.
You haven't lived until you've eaten a gooey butter tart fresh out of the oven.
Canadians get all the breaks. All of them.
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