The foods Americans miss the most when abroad

Chili dogs - The favorite of the ball park, you will not often find chili dogs or baseball outside of the states.

BLT - The classic bacon, lettuce, and tomato sandwich is not something you'll find outside the country. 

Wedge salad - The American version of a healthy salad: a chunk of lettuce drenched in creamy dressing and bacon. 

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Biscuits and gravy - The popular Southern comfort food will be in short order in most other countries around the world. 

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Waffles - The US isn't the only country that makes waffles, but the option to go for a 3 AM waffle run? Yes, just in the States.

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Buffalo burger - The American bison makes for a tasty burger. 

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Cheese curds - This Midwest favorite is sold in 600 restaurants across 24 states. You definitely won't have that kind of availability overseas.

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Lobster roll - This one conjures up images of small beach towns along the northeast coast. Sweet lobster in a buttered hot dug bun can't be beat.

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S'mores -
Ask people who have never been to the States if they've ever eaten a S'more and their response is most likely going to be, "whaaaaaaat is that?"

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Clam chowder - Clam chowder in a bread bowl is pure creamy seafood goodness and carbs to boot. 

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Pickles - If you're expecting to receive everything you order with a pickle on the side, it's best to let that fantasy go before you pack your bags.

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Root beer - The whole world loves Coke, but root beer has yet to gain much popularity unfortunately.

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Chocolate chip cookies - The smell of Toll House homemade chocolate chip cookies baking in the oven bring almost every American back to their childhood.

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