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Well if Outback Steakhouse is anything to go by it’s onion rings :whistle: Though in reality it’s probably same crap as British food with more seafood and probably some kangaroo meat
Onion rings are great though. Meat Pie or sausage roll and a VB son, that's Aussie cuisine lol. I've never had kangaroo. It's supposed to be nice though, that's the talk of the town anyway.
 

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Sounds abotu right, probably miles bettter than what they eat in Canada anyway.

btw serious question, is roadkill eaten in Australia?
I'm sure there are those who do. Take a long drive through the bush land and you'll see the fair share of kangaroo or wombat guts on the road. Eek.
 

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I'm sure there are those who do. Take a long drive through the bush land and you'll see the fair share of kangaroo or wombat guts on the road. Eek.
Saw that cheapskates show where the family was eating roadkill (not in OZ but 'Murica). I onyl asked because it seems liek Australia would have boatloads of roadkill.
 

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Sounds abotu right, probably miles bettter than what they eat in Canada anyway.

btw serious question, is roadkill eaten in Australia?
Canadian food has a strong Ukrainian/Polish influence aamof, especially in the prairie provinces. Pierogies are a pretty big thing here, as are cabbage rolls. Italian American cuisine is also popular among the working class Anglos, lasagna is almost a national dish.
 
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