What Is Your Favorite Cuisine?

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  1. freebirdfb

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    This has been on my mind lately. My copout answer would be American because of the number of imagrants that brought their food culture with them. At the moment I am on an Orietal kick. I really enjoy Indian (India) with its flavor profiles and the garam marsala gives it a little boost. Middle Eastern with lamb dishes and flat breads. Some times I have add a cardamon pods and to pep up coffee. Mediterranean, surf and turf with rice and veggies with a side of yogurt and fruit. Catch me at the right moment and my taste buds want to sail to the Caribean and ceviche from South America. I've been trying to study the vast food culture of Italy but haven't had much time. My apologies to our brothers and sisters in Canada, I have not yet gotten to your dishes.

    As you can see, I can't pick just one. What is your favorite either to eat or cook?
     
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    Does bacon count?

    Whether it counts or not, I love a good breakfast omelette at anytime of day. Bacon and cheese omelettes are easily a favorite of mine. Maybe add a few other ingredients. Just pure bliss. :D
     
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    I thought bacon was a flavor enhancing food group.
     
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    if i could pick on FAVORITE meal. it would be Vietnamese 7-course beef. hands down.

    but to cozy up to a world cuisine and call it my favorite. no way. i cant do it.

    ESPECIALLY if you are lumping all the immigrant contributions and calling it "American". Mexican, Chinese, Korean, been on a huge Himalayan kick lately...it's all good. i cant even lump all Asian food together under the same umbrella. Japanese food is about as closely related to Taiwanese food as a Costco Hot-dog. worlds apart.
     
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    it's whatever the bridal unit puts in front of me for that meal ;-)
     
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    For me, it's southern American breakfast foods. Unfortunately, I don't eat most of what I like anymore, but there is still bacon, sausage, and eggs!

    #2 is probably Italian.
     
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    Scrapple and fried clams.
     
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    Japanese.
     
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    I could eat Lebanese/Greek style cuisine every day and be happy for the rest of my life.
     
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    Thai or Indian. Vietnamese and Japanese are up there too.
     
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    My friend, (the notorious, underground, exiled rebel poet H. Biker) had this to say:

    What's my favourite food you ask?
    My friend, that's an enormous task!
    The choices abound, from East to West.
    How can I say which I like best?
    From North to South the flavours come,
    And I will try them, one by one.
    Bake, and toast and grill and fry,
    Oh... I'll keep tasting 'till I die.
     
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    The only food I won't eat is tuna, I got a lot a more than enough for life in college one week. Three meals a day. Ain't touched it since. joe
     
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    I'm a big fan of Indian too.
     
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    I'm not a fan of tuna either, and I have had what is considered quality stuff. If I get a can packed in oìl, soak the oil with tp and light it, then smother with bbq sauce, then I can manage.
     
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    aside from Italian the only other cuisine I like is Cajun,
    indian food I will only eat from certain region cant just walk into any indian restaurant and order,
    I can not order it on my own, I need to go with someone from delhi that knows the restaurant and cook
     
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    I now have a craving for chicken korma over jasmin rice.
     
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    crap. my wife says the exact same thing!
     
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    preaching to the choir. nothing like asking the waiter for that "green spinachy stuff you dont need teeth to eat" or that "lamb thing" oh and some Tikki Masala and tandori chicken (we all know those two!)

    "and NAAN?"..no..no none..yes we want bread!" hehhe.

    i love indian food.
     
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    My wife and I are into 1960's American Home Cooked. It's the food both of us were raised on, and we enjoy recreating it whenever we can. References would be Ozzie and Harriet, Leave it to Beaver, and My Three Sons. ;)

    Typical breakfast might be:
    2 eggs over easy
    Buttered toast
    Crisp bacon
    A glass of milk.

    or
    Homemade waffles with maple syrup
    Pork sausage patties or links
    Glass of orange juice


    Typical Supper might be:
    Boiled dinner, beef roast
    whole peeled onions
    whole carrots
    peeled potatoes
    quartered heads of cabbage
    Placed into a black roaster pan, with 2 inches of water on the oven (350 degrees)for two hours.

    or
    Broiled fresh pork steaks
    Fried sliced potatoes and onions
    Steamed Brussel sprouts


    We enjoy a local steak restaurant in the area, 16oz ribeye steak baked potato, and salad bar, fresh warm rolls.

    Just what we prefer. :57:
     
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    Mexican, Tex-Mex, and Texan, in that order, but I’ll eat almost anything except Indian food, rhubarb and turnips.

    JohnP
     
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    Italian. Always was and always will be. Spaghetti or rigatoni with either meatballs or hot Italian sausage forever!

    #2 is Mexican.
     
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    you might try boiling in chicken stock/broth(instead of water) for added though not necessarily detectable flavour

    this was demonstrated to me at a chuck wagon cook off in Arizona when the cut of meat was brisket(not a very good one at that) and was cooked over the fire in a dutch oven

    the meat was cut into fist sized clods w/ about 1" of fat left on

    seasoning of choice

    we use Jerry Baird's All Purpose Seasoning which can be had on line

    the meat is rendered quite tender and can be cut w/ a pastic fork

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    veggies of choice can be added as/if desired

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    rare is the time when there is anything left in the pot

    everything tastes good when cooked outdoors
     
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    I prefer my cooking. Like to cook, like to eat and I know exactly what's in it. Make it from scratch every time. Baking though, that's something else.
     
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    Thai is my favorite.

    But I also love Korean. And Mexican. And good ole' American bar food like burgers and wings. And Japanese (gotta love sushi). And Tex-mex. And Middle Eastern/Mediterranean (shawarma, hummus, etc...). And Vietnamese (Pho is just a really unique dish). And BBQ. And Indian is pretty darn good too. I recently had Venezuelan and quite enjoyed it. I love seafood as well. A good Brazilian steakhouse is hard to beat. Laotian is tasty.

    I guess you could say I just like food a lot. I especially like trying new cuisines that use bold and/or unique spices. I like just about everything. Surprisingly, I'm not quite as big on Italian food as most people. At some point in life, I got tired of the overused pasta/tomato dishes.
     
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    if its dead I'll eat it :D
     
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    I'll eat anything, that doesn't eat me first.
    Although, scrapple is at the top of my list. :)
     
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    I'm bored with it all.
     
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    Italy has 20 regions. You need to look into Northern Italian foods where pasta is less common and rice (such as risotto) and polenta are more prevalent and served with wild game like roe (deer), rabbit, quail or grouse. Here is an Italian dish I would like to try, Capriolo alla Valdostana, it is suppose to be a venison stew. Also tomatoes are not part of traditional Italian cuisine. Columbus brought it back with him from the new world and it was ignored as a food source because people thought it was poisonous. I have heard that a person could open a restaurant in an Italian neighborhood and have a failing business because the food served represents the wrong Italian region such as foods from southern Italy and the town is prominently North or Central Italian origin.
     
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    Mexican. #2 is Italian. I always will order a side of a restaurant’s sausage as I like to sample what they have to offer, especially if they make their own.
    That said, just about any cuisine is fine by me.
     
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    I knew I was oversimplifying a bit. Maybe I should have clarified by saying that I'm not crazy about the Italian food we most commonly encounter here in the states.
     
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    It's hard to base it on region or nationalty, really. I like things old school, rustic and simple.

    I start every meal with a BIG salad, like "smart keto" big. 200g og kale with extras. Dressing varies, but it's usually something Caesar-like.

    There are 4 main ways I prepare my meals.

    #1 Something like these grain salads I've showed sometimes with something steamed or grilled on top.

    #2 Various small things, meat, cheese, fermented veggies and dips with my homemade quinoa tortialls.

    #3 Basic steak dinner (but with reindeer) with roasted mushrooms, tomatoes, asparagus etc. and some sort of typical sauce for that.

    #4 Dim sum style.
     
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    Are Southern vittles considered a category? If so, I vote vittles.
    Brown beans, corn bread and poke salad.
    Squirrel and dumplings.
    BBQ coon and taters.
    Fried catfish and hush puppies.
    And the list goes on,,,,
    Dang, now I'm hungry!
     
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    I enjoy Southern quisine, Hoppin John, Shrimp and Grits, ham hocks and red eye gravy, chicken fried steak with biscuits and sausage gravy, etc. We also sprinkle a little salt on our watermelon back home too, but my wife is a yankee, and is rather put off by the practice. I also love German food. A lot.
     
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    There isn't much I don't like. But Mexican and Cajun is at the top of the list. As such I've been working on some Mexican Cajun fusion recipes. There's a lot of similarities.
     
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    Bushcraft cuisine. Wild animals or waterfowl prepared in the form of a stew. Cooked in a wilderness atmosphere.
     
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    Oooo... cajun and Mexican are both great, but my favorite is probably americanized Chinese food.
     
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    For me it's a tie between Thai and Mexican. And Italian. And Chinese. And Pizza. And Cajun. And fried chicken, and steaks, and biscuits and gravy. And Australian/New Zealand hamburgers. And Turkish. I'm not interested in raw fish (sushi).
     
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    I love pretty much all foods and love trying new things. If I had to pick one though it would be Tex/Mex!
     
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    Americanized Chinese is high up there.
    I like Cajun. I make red beans and rice at least twice a month in the winter months. Good gumbo is awesome!
    I like Tex-Mex ...mainly Carnitas. I don’t like the “Mexican” restaurants around here. Mostly bland and way too greasy food.
    I’m from East Tennessee so Southern is a staple. Pinto Beans with lots of bacon, salt pork, or ham and crusty cornbread is a staple, add a side of sauerkraut or mustard greens and you’ve won my heart.
    I like catfish, but bluegill or crappie are preferred.
    Fried country ham or just plain old smoked ham, grits, and red-eye gravy are a favorite celebration breakfast.
     
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    Is frozen scrapple any good? I have never tried it but it is usually available in my local grocery store. Is it just slice and fry or how do you cook it?
     
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    Fresh is better. But, I freeze mine, in wax paper, and cover with freezer paper, when I get a couple of pounds, from back in Pa.
    If it's frozen, dust it with a little flour, and fry in butter, until crispy, on both sides. The flour helps it crisp.
    Seems when you freeze it, it's hard to get it to crisp.
    Serve with a little REAL maple syrup drizzled on top.
     
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    A Cincinnati Chili 3-Way is probably one of my all-time favorite foods. It ranks way up there on the list. Not as high up as bacon, but in the top 5.
     
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    Real Mexican food is my favorite, minus a little bit of the heat.
    I had a pretty awesome huarache the other day.
     
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    This is a hard one to answer. I've been lucky to have the opportunity to expand my palate with the foods from many different cultures, and I've been lucky to have a palate that doesn't get too hung up on what it's "used to", can appreciate new things for what they are without any preconceptions getting in the way.

    That said, I can't think of a type of food I just really don't like, and I've had a bunch. It's not like I've tried every obscure cuisine in the world, perhaps there is some cuisine I'd find completely unredeemable. But until that happens, it seems to me that every cuisine, if you can find a well-done example of it, is worth eating. Bad cooking knows no cultural boundaries, but good cooking is good cooking no matter what the origin. And I can't pick a favorite any more than I could pick a favorite movie (I hate that question... ;))

    Instead of what's my favorite, it'd be easier to answer what do I NOT like. Very easy, actually:

    1) Goat cheese
    2) Ketchup
     
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    French cooking is the foundation of the Western culinary tradition so I'll say French. I love Asian food as well. Naturally then Vietnamese is great since it's kind of a fusion between French and Asian!

    German food is really underrated as well. I could eat Jaeger Schnitzel every day! Same for Saurbraten and Rinderrouladen.
     
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    I like it all. Seriously. Never tried anything edible that I didn't like. Asian food is likely my favorite. Vietnamese, Thai, Korean, Chinese.

    Yesterday we grilled 25 pounds of kalbi (Korean ribs).

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    This afternoon we'll have sauerbraten made by my German mother in-law who is now visiting us.
     
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    I love steak and vegetables and pomme frites.

    I'd literally kill for a hamburger right about now.
     
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    I agree about Mexican restaurants, same here. I also am southern so all you said gets a head nod from me! I can eat just about anything though.
     
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    All of them.
     
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