Honestly, though, while I've had some home cooking by an English family, I've never had Yorkshire pudding, though I've seen it made several times.
Other than that, aside from the blue cheese, I've had and enjoyed the other dishes!
Yes on all of the Italian meals!
I like all of those French dishes, as well.
Yes, L.A. had some excellent, authentic, Chinese restaurants, and I loved going to them. The one that I never ate was shrimp and broccoli lo mein. My mother didn't care for shrimp - I always ate it with my dad, and by the time that Dh and I, even before we were married, began eating together, he was allergic to shellfish. But the rest, and more, absolutely!
Mexican - yes! Sometimes I don't feel like there's a separation between American food and Mexican food. I know the difference, of course, but when you can hit a burrito stand as easily as a hamburger stand, and know people that make authentic Mexican food, plus go to Mexico regularly...well, it's kind of entwined.
It sounds like you had it quite a bit, too!
Yes, there's a lot of good German food. I was drawing a blank on Sunday, but your list is good. Stew, sauerbraten, sauerkraut, schnitzel, potato pancakes - all kinds of potatoes really, etc.
I agree, American everything! :-)