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Let me know if a thread like this one exist or not?
Thanks a bunches.

Explain your opinion in detail.

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List the country where your favorite cuisine comes from and the name of the food.

Bonus Questions:

1. Are you considered a good cook in your family? Yes? No?

2. What was the last foreign meal you had?

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My Turn/Example:

I really like Latin-American, Italian, and some Japanese meals.



Posted 6/3/14
yes i am an awesome cook my Grandma taught me well i cook mostly Mexican and/or Puerto rican dishes. I love Puerto rican, Italian, Greek, Dutch, Japanese, Chinese, and Filipino food <3 hmmm last Foreign meal.... I had Japanese last week was delicious <3 I cant choose a favorite I just love too so much <3 hehe
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Sushi is the BOMB
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Amorsiempre wrote:

yes i am an awesome cook my Grandma taught me well i cook mostly Mexican and/or Puerto rican dishes. I love Puerto rican, Italian, Greek, Dutch, Japanese, Chinese, and Filipino food <3 hmmm last Foreign meal.... I had Japanese last week was delicious <3 I cant choose a favorite I just love too so much <3 hehe



The only "Chinese" food I enjoy is the American version of Chinese food. I never had Dutch or Filipino food.
Posted 6/3/14

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Amorsiempre wrote:

yes i am an awesome cook my Grandma taught me well i cook mostly Mexican and/or Puerto rican dishes. I love Puerto rican, Italian, Greek, Dutch, Japanese, Chinese, and Filipino food <3 hmmm last Foreign meal.... I had Japanese last week was delicious <3 I cant choose a favorite I just love too so much <3 hehe



The only "Chinese" food I enjoy is the American version of Chinese food. I never had Dutch or Filipino food.


Ooooh! you have to try Dutch and Filipino food <3 its good
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I need to find a restaurant that makes Dutch or Filipino foods.
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I think my favorite cuisine comes from China. Just about any of the other Asian dishes I like that I can think of are either a variant of a Chinese recipe or and exact copy of one. For me, my favorite food is Chinese dumplings. I like just about every kind I've ever had, but my absolute favorite are cuttlefish dumplings. They have a black skin, as opposed to the regular dumplings. Since cuttlefish is a bit expensive though, I usually buy cabbage and pork dumplings for about 12RMB every pound.

I consider myself a good cook, but no one ever eats the food I make, so I don't really bother cooking for my family. I've scarred them with some of the strangest foods out there, and now they won't try anything I make...

I think the last "foreign" meal I had was 麻辣水煮鱼片 (Numbingly hot boiled fish)。 It was pretty good, but I accidentally poured too many pepper flakes in when helping my friends girlfriend make it.
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I think my favorite cuisine comes from China. Just about any of the other Asian dishes I like that I can think of are either a variant of a Chinese recipe or and exact copy of one. For me, my favorite food is Chinese dumplings. I like just about every kind I've ever had, but my absolute favorite are cuttlefish dumplings. They have a black skin, as opposed to the regular dumplings. Since cuttlefish is a bit expensive though, I usually buy cabbage and pork dumplings for about 12RMB every pound.

I consider myself a good cook, but no one ever eats the food I make, so I don't really bother cooking for my family. I've scarred them with some of the strangest foods out there, and now they won't try anything I make...

I think the last "foreign" meal I had was 麻辣水煮鱼片 (Numbingly hot boiled fish)。 It was pretty good, but I accidentally poured too many pepper flakes in when helping my friends girlfriend make it.



Gotta try it.
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Thai food, hands down.

Yes, I think I'm a good cook. My mom is a chef so I picked up a trick or two.

I had some Chipotle today, but that's more American I think.

The last foreign dish I had were some kung pao chicken tacos I made from scratch, well I didn't make the tortillas...
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Thai food, hands down.

Yes, I think I'm a good cook. My mom is a chef so I picked up a trick or two.

I had some Chipotle today, but that's more American I think.

The last foreign dish I had were some kung pao chicken tacos I made from scratch, well I didn't make the tortillas...



Never had Thai food.
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I like the Filipino foods called Laing and Tinola.

You know you're eating a great, heart-warming meals when your mucus starts to seep/drip down.
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Ddukbaegi bulgogi (essentially hot stone bowl beef soup). Hands down. Favorite Korean dish ever. When I lived in SoKo, there was this little restaurant by my apartment that made fantastic bulgogi. I also like Tteokbokki (spicy rice cakes) ,but without fish since seafood and I don't mix. Rice cake soup too. Oh gosh. My second guilty pleasure in Korea.
Posted 6/3/14
Japanese - tempura stuff. I like fried things, and these are my favourites.
Thai - beef jerkies, idk if that counts as cuisine...it's so universal. But every time I order takeaways from a Thai restaurant, I always order this.
Chinese - cow's stomach. it's steamed with ginger and lemongrass... and idk what else they put in there... it could be sh*t for all I know, but it tastes so damn good.
Vietnamese - they call it "banh hoi", I don't like eating this in front of strangers, because you need to eat this with your bare hands... and I always feel like people are watching me... and in their head they're thinking, "Why is that kid so primitive?" or something. but it tastes so good that I don't care.

if you're wondering, I am Cambodian... our cuisine is totally different from other Asian countries. Some of it smell like sh*t and look like sh*t, but they taste so good. imo, food should look good, smell good and taste good... it shouldn't look like shit but taste good or vice versa.
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I wouldn't call myself a "good" cook. But I would call myself a "capable" cook because I don't make things that are not edible. I mean some people are really sh*t at cooking... and they make things too salty or chop vegetables too big.

imo, a good cook is one that is able to improvise and be creative with their cooking. like I watch those chefs on Iron Chef and it just amazes me how they can come up with so many dishes in such a short frame of time.

if someone gave me a squid as the main ingredient; I would have no idea what to make... Squid Tempura? Squid jerkies? Squid soup? Squid burger? :-/
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Italian , i love pasta & sauces & herbs ^^

i love to cook, but not very good yet. lol. last "foreign" meal i had was Italian actually, i cooked chicken parmesan ^^
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Sogno- wrote:

Italian , i love pasta & sauces & herbs ^^

i love to cook, but not very good yet. lol. last "foreign" meal i had was Italian actually, i cooked chicken parmesan ^^


Chicken Parmesan? I LOVE THAT!!!
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