There are SO many different "Spanish" foods in North America. To the South of North America are all of the "Spanish" countries.
Pizza is the most eaten food in North America.
everything they are all fat bastards
Doughnuts are statistically shown to be the most eaten food in america
A Nopal it is only eaten in Mexico only
the average food eaten now is acually fast food
No; paella is a traditional Spanish food.
Probably for adventure/food/war/spread of religion, etc.....
People in Ontario eat a wide variety of foods, as is normal in all of North America and Western Europe.
North America grows many kinds of food, and imports many, many other kinds of food. Things eaten in anywhere else in the world, are probably eaten in North America, too. Most people here eat some amount of meat, fruit, and vegetables, each day, but there are many different ways of cooking and spicing them. We don't all eat the same things. North America is a big place and holds many different kinds of peoples, with all sorts of different ideas about food.
Probably a fast food hamburger and fries...
I would say chickens
The staple food for North America is Maize.
north America is known for its many different cultures and food.
In North Dakota the most eaten food is Chicken. Pizza is the most popular by far. There is no definite answer to this question. People in North Dakota eat all kinds of food. Chicken is popular, but so are burgers and pizza and many other foods.
The Spanish taught Americans how to use tools, grow diferent food, and make yarn from sheep.
Simply because Thanksgiving is celebrated in North America and turkeys are native to North America. All the food in the dinner is "New World" food that is native to North America.
Any food is the right food
what food eaten of milkfish