I think most of the times it's easier to describe a specific regional cuisine than the cuisine of a whole nation which can be extremely varying across the whole country.
That's a good point. "America" (I guess "USA") is a big country size of Europe, so do Europeans ask other people "what do you think of European cuisine?", not specifying whether they are talking about French, Italian, Spanish, Swedish (surströmming) or Finnish cuisine (black blood sausage + mämmi)? I presume there are similar differences between different regions of US, e.g. where TinyE is from, they eat black blood sausage and mämmi every morning. And evening. And sometimes for the dinner and lunch too.
I have once participated into a Thanksgiving dinner in Finland (a family whose father was from US and the kids identified themselves both to Finland and US) and... I guess the filled turkey was ok, and I think there was corn bread which I very much liked. Is corn bread considered US food?
Also I like Kentucky Fried Chicken (the one time I have tried it), does that count too? Oh and that one imported Twinkie I got to eat in the 80s, that was quite delicious IIRC, but I was a small kid back then and could eat anything.
BTW I don't actually like drinking Coca Cola. The taste it ok... but it just tends to make me more thirsty and my mouth dry. If I'm going to get soda with my food (and not water, like usually), I prefer orange soda, like the Finnish Jaffa soda as it has a bit more "nippy" taste than orange Fanta and such.
The title of this thread makes me wonder what defines a 'foreign GOGer'? A non-Polish GOGer, probably?
Someone who is from a different country that the person asking. I am a foreigner to you, and you are a furriner to me.
The point of this thread, I think, is to ask questions about some specific country, and/or asking people who are not from your country, what they think about something related to your country. Or, how do different things work in different countries.