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What food do you eat?

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  1. sturose

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    As we have members on here from all over the world I thought it might be interesting to find out about the meals you enjoy.

    I'm a bit of a food fan myself and like to learn about different cuisines. I eat many ordinary British dishes such as fish and chips and roast dinners but I also like spicy foods like curry (hot). Italian dishes are also a firm favourite in my house such as lasagne.

    Post your favourites below, pictures would be great as well to really make us all hungry!
     
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    Poutine!

    poutine.jpg
     
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    Cassoulet !! from south of France..Especially from Toulouse.
     
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    That looks good, real good old fashioned heart attack food!!

    Had to look that one up but it sounds and looks tasty.
     
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    Black sausage! (mustamakkara)

    But seriously, that stuff is delicious, especially with some cowberry(?) jam and mashed potatoes. And then I eat everything from pizza to salmon :D
     
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    i was on a trip in Provence & Cote d'Azur in May, i tried this in Carcassone and it was bretty good, it was a version w/ sausage, pork and duck
     
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    Bearded Clam.......
     
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    bread and butter
     
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    I'm Ukrainian, so I eat a lot of Dumplings and borshe
     
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    I'm Italian American, so I tend to cook even American foods with an Italian slant to it. I also love Chinese food, but still have more to learn. I'm open to suggestions on the best recipe and also best way to make pork lo mein. It comes out good when I make it, but it doesn't come out as well as I would like it to.
     
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    Someone just had to!!:D

    Scale it up, add some jam!

    I do like chinese foods but I don't like cooking them. I never seem to get the flavours just right. Not really sure what you mean by american foods with an italian slant, maybe you could elaborate? Sounds interesting as I do like italian cuisine but I don't know a great deal about american style cooking.
     
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    I love food, the only thing I'm not a fan of is nuts. I don't mind some in cereal, but I'm allergic to specific ones and would prefer to avoid them.

    Chicken and lamb are top of my list and anything Caribbean (spicy).

    I'm always a believer of try anything once, got a lot of places 'round the world to test this theory too.
     
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    kebabs and pizza ...mmmm
     
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    I will eat anything chicken! Yum yum yum!
     
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    Any food from Spain owns. Period.
    (For "Americans" do not dare to confuse with Latin America duh)
     
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    I eat fruit for breakfast, usually banana smoothies or kale shakes and then either fruit for lunch or a salad. For dinner I eat a cooked vegetarian meal. ^_^
     
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    Before I go to the gym mostly anything veggy, soups and salads mostly and a shit ton of meat heavy meals after and any other time.

    What I eat really depends on circumstance, in summer it is a lot of BBQs (steaks, pork, chicken, lamb) with salads and potatoes / stir fry veg with noodles / cous cous etc, winter time is a lot of stews and roasts / pasta and Italian foods / curries etc.

    That is my main meals, other than that I will snack like a mofo on anything going but will always have lots of fruit before digging in to the shit stuff like crisps, ice cream, choc etc

    Variety and quantity is the way to go with food I find :)
     
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    I eat 'all food', I really do. At least that's served in my country.
    While I was in Bulgaria & Cyprus, their food wasn't all that to me...
    But pizza is my main dish, I even know how to make it! Italian food is awesome.
    Pasta, spaghetti... I also love McDonald's - french fries with their burgers & shakes. :)
     
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