Did you know “flapjacks” in America are pancakes? I certain as hell didn’t.
Pigs in blankets in America:
They scrutinize like teeny tiny sausage rolls, kind of.
Pigs in blankets in Britain:
Ours are bacon wrapped in sausages; a Christmas dinner staple and, no offence, low-key better.
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Gravy in America:
This gravy is made with milk, which seems a weird combination to cook with sausages but we eat beans on toast so, IDK.
Gravy in Britain:
Onion gravy, vegetable gravy, beef gravy…basically everyone our variations of gravy are slightly different shades of brown, are are 100% sausage free.
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