Hee hee... What a nice kid!
I think that the reason why American food might seem to be superior is because we have a much higher population than most countries and we have a lot more farming space. When you have that kind of space, you can specialize in certain foods and food production. If one farmer is focusing on corn, his neighbor can focus on peas (or whatever). Where I think that in smaller countries, farmers can't afford to specialize as much so they end up producing less. And with a huge population, we can afford to train people to specialize in food preparation/cooking.
PS. For the most part, Americans love England, Ireland, Scotland and Italy. We're kinda so-so on France, Spain and Germany. And we're not too thrilled at all with the middle east and Northern Africa. But believe me, nobody will ever mess with England while we're around. You are our mother country, after all.
PPS. Pop Tarts are very bad for you. Way too much sugar. They are bad for your teeth and your belly. So be careful with them. They are tempting because they are very cheap here and very convenient.