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When i was in Wyoming, i enjoyed their local Snake River Pale Ale. I think a lot of it was because of the altitude lol.
 

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I'm not a beer drinker, but I saw Old Speckled Hen during my time in the UK. Also didn't develop a taste for the alcoholic cider popular in the UK.
Really? I love cider! We find it strange that yours isn't alcoholic (am I right about that?). Surely it's just apple juice otherwise?
 
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There are 'hard' ciders. I find it generally messes my stomach up, so i stay away lol.
 
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What are some traditional US desserts? Obviously I know about things like apple and cherry pie but are there more obscure ones that I won't have heard of? I think we've wandered slightly off topic, so apologies Debi!
 

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Haha! I think I confused Garnet well and truly! Sorry Garnet :D

I think I'll hold off on the Spotted Dick and wait for the inevitable questions! :laughing:
No, not confused; I think you meant that what we call jello here (dessert) is referred to as jelly by people in the UK. Right? and BTW, I can't stand jello. Always hated it even as a child; a sensory issue, I suspect!
 
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