Awesome I’ll check it out
Just looked it up yum will defiantly try thank you
If you ever do come to Portugal and want to try one don't do it in Lisbon. They don't have any good one there, the best ones are in Porto.
Awesome thanks for the tip
I feel like Porto has more authentic Portuguese culture but I’m more interested in Lisbon because it is bigger more international city. Also Algarve too I think. Also those pastries I forgot what they are called they’re good.
@Green_Lilly the pastry is called "pastel de nata" and yes it is very good. Lisbon is a is a more urban city than Porto. Very nice to visit, but not the best for francesinha. Algarve is the best if you want beach and party during the summer.
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Thank you will try Korean and Japanese I love Spanish food lol
I can handle learning more than one dish at a time, I was a chef for quite a while I’m just more versed in Traditional American. I always serve healthier options I don’t like to make fatty, fried of overly salted foods often to be honest
That's great. If you were chef than it would be insulting to teach you 😅Anyway best of luck👍. And congratulations
Lol Never insulting, it’s always great to expand ones knowledge. Like I said my forte is American Traditional, learning new foods from other places is fun for me.
That's good 👍. What else could I say 😅
Thanks will defiantly try
Omg I forgot Jamaican food. I’ve never cooked it but have had some really good jerk chicken and ox tail
also if you want, i can give you some recipe's
i mean narrow not broad
Lol I just want to cool different things at home I’ve been cooking in restraints since I was 16 but it’s been mostly American traditional.
What's your signature dish?
Five Alarm Chili with cowboy cornbread
Is it like "tears coming out" spicy?
For some hahaha
Haven’t cooked it but love it for sure
Was there Indian?
Yes some Indian foods
It's got to be a good one to have I'd guess most people like it..