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    Re: What is your favorite food culture?

    Great topic! I like all foods and am fortunate that my chef daughter has learned to broaden her palate. When she's home and we venture to the bigger cities around us, we go to Thai, Moroccan, and my new favorite - Spanish Tapas.
    Pikachu - there are a LOT of single serving ethnic dishes in the frozen section of any good grocery store. Why not try a few that way to learn what you like and then try it at a restaurant? Go with your guy or friends and order several things to share. At the restaurant you'll also get na'an which is heavenly. You can get it frozen at TJ's, but fresh is better.
    I really liked the food I had in Kenya and brought back spices to use here. It's fun to type "Malaysian recipes" (or any other remote culture) into Google to see what comes up. I forget what culture my students did that for when we had a multicultural unit, but one outstanding recipe was rice cooked in coconut milk with mustard seeds. That little peppery crunch with the creamy rice was wonderful.
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    Re: What is your favorite food culture?

    Oh, man, Japanese Sushi. I CRAVE it. Fortunately, my city has many places, so whenever the urge strikes, I'm taking out. I guess anything seafood and I'm really happy.

    Then Italian. I love bruschetta. All that crunchy hot garlic-ky bread with the fresh basil and tomatoes and parmesan. Yum. But I pretty much love everything Italian, except maybe polenta.

    And I love good old fashioned hot beef sandwiches smothered in gravy with home fries and brocolli on the side. I don't eat it often (cause that stuff'll stick to you all over the place) but we're having it tonight. I can smell the roast in the crockpot.

    One thing to add. I guess I really love simple foods, because I would be remiss if I didn't mention eggs. I LOVE eggs. Over easy, scrambled, salad, deviled, omellets, you name it, I LOVE THEM.

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    Re: What is your favorite food culture?

    You're making me hungry, spockwhat! lol! I had a leftover salad and some schnapps for lunch. I might have to make a good old fried-egg sandwich for supper.

    Pot roast is one of my favorite foods. Your hot beef sandwiches and all the goodies sound wonderful!

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    Re: What is your favorite food culture?

    I love fried egg sandwiches.
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    Me, too. If I could only eat one food ever, it would be the humble egg. You can fix it a hundred ways, it's portable, slow to perish, packed with protein, and DELICIOUS!
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    I like pretty much everything, but one of the best places I've eaten at is in my hometown. It's Trinidadian & it's the best curry in existence. The rotis are to die for. The only downside is that the family who runs it closes up shop in the winter (yes, it's damn cold there) and heads back to Trinidad. But in the summer, they have an open patio with calypso bands.
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    Re: What is your favorite food culture?

    I like Italian and Thai food.

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    Re: What is your favorite food culture?

    My favorite food culture? Hmmmm...
    The ones who eat?
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    Re: What is your favorite food culture?

    I love Sushi.But then again I love Italian food.I love Greek food. As my in-laws are Ukrainian, I am treated to many delightful dishes.

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    Re: What is your favorite food culture?

    In order : Mexican, Italian, Thai.

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