Wait so you removed China but kept Vietnam? You know that bat soup is actually a dish in Indonesia? And also half formed chicks 🐣 are food in Philippines and Vietnam?Maybe you removed China for political reasons and not any logical reasons about culture?
Also you can’t really claim immigrant food as British food and also France has a lot of immigrant food as well.
@K0nse_rule no I removed China because I've been there a lot and prefer other cuisine to Chinese, why would I remove them for political reasons.Also I could not be arsed typing the fact that different regions of China have hugely different foods, Hunan, szechuan etc
@K0nse_rule why can’t i is it your question are you making the rules, go fuck yourself
It’s called logic
And you don’t have it lol.
I’ve seen your posts where you attack China.
You said you removed China because they “eat everything” when there are other countries who do much the same
Maybe it’s just an Irish thing to be a bully?
US has more immigrant food than UK anyway
@K0nse_rule and China is a politically and morally corrupt country with people employed to spread lies on social media, so yes.
Haha just more western brainwashing see you exclude China simply because politics lane
You’re just an Irish bully methinks lol Irish don’t even have morals to begin with lol
@K0nse_rule Actually English Imagine having to block someone on a food question
Best food in UK and Ireland is found in French, Italian and Spanish restaurants. If you'd go for purely traditional British you'd end up with fish and chips. Only good for sailors lmao
I'll take my old scotch and a good crumpet...
True. I saw the "North America" choice and I'm thinking what cuisine is North America? Practically everything we have comes from somewhere else.
@zeitgeist057 for American cuisine, maybe apple pies and southern style food.
Oh nvm, I read it now and apple pies came from England. Well, I guess that still leaves the southern u. s. food.
Southern US food is heavily influenced by French, or at least the Cajun aspects. It's kind of hard since America was colonized late after many foods and styles had already been developed, and the Native American's I have no idea, but I guess a lot of their recipes probably got lost when they were busy just trying. to survive then once they had been colonized the old ways of gathering food and preparing it were not used as much. It's not really a bad thing, I love all the variety we have here, but the closest thing I can think of to an American style food would be BBQ, but that's not really ours alone, either. Southern is another good candidate for sure though.
@Aurora1010 same here went Asia, I think a few struggle with Geography snd fail to realise what Asia encompases
@zeitgeist057 Southern style food, Creol, Hamburgers and hot dogs (at least as we think of them today), etc. We have a lot of different foods that are unique to the US (Corn is a central and north American food crop). If you want to get real specific and technical, by your reasoning italian food isn't italian. The Tomato is from south and central america, and noodles where created in asia so pasta is a fusion of Asian and south/central American. Also Indian food as we know it is at least partially British as the British are the ones who created curry among other things. African foods where also derived at least partially from portugese and other nations as well. If you follow the history, almost everything came from some where else.
Sweet potato and pumpkin pie are American (though originally the pumkin pie was not actually a custard as we make it now), as well as everything else I listed. Chillie is also American to my understanding.
@ChrisMaster69 yep, asia is huge. you're lucky to have been there, i'll go to southeast asia some day, it's a dream.
@Aurora1010 I love it, I spent time in Makaysia, Singapore, Thailand etc all brilliant, I love to travel
@ChrisMaster69 that's great. malaysia is exactly the Asian country that most intrigues me and it will be the first one i will visit :)
@Aurora1010 the food is stunning, so fresh and use of fruit and lemon grass etc Langkawi, and other islands are great.
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Yeah right asia, they atarted a global pandemic with their food choices. Ever tried French cuisine, Italian, Swiss? Almost the entire Europe has fine dining with michelin stars restaurants. Except for the uk, worst food in Europe. Fish and chips and some 1800 recipes minced meat pies.
The bat thing was literally just a hypothesis, they don't know how it started they just suggested that as the coronavirus is typically found in bats. Also why the fuck are you trying to tell me about other food? I made my choice I enjoy Asian style food more 😂😂
Also how ignorant do you have to be to blame an entire continent made up of 48 countries for a virus 💀
How stupid do you have to be to get triggered over a silly and obvious troll joke I may be trolling but you really a lame lol
If you can't make a joke that's not at the expense of other people then you aren't that funny.
@Smashingdoozy this is the internet. If you get offended easily, you’re in the wrong place 😊
Lol pointing out something is disrespectful isn't getting offended. Funny you say that though because it seems like I've offended you by doing so 🤔 perhaps you are in the wrong place 😌😏.
@Smashingdoozy LoL. Nope, not at all missy 😎
Then why did you feel the need to comment on something that you 1. Had absolutely nothing to do with 2. Weren't mentioned on and 3. Didn't have anything to add to?Honestly just fuck off 😊 your statement is irrelevant and frankly annoying.
@Smashingdoozy wow you really let people on here get to you. How sad 😂
Get to me? No I just don't accept anyone's shitty behavior.
@Smashingdoozy sure thing sweetie. U can spin it however u want to.
When i talk about Mediterranean cuisine, I don't mean Europe as a whole.
The thing about North America also is that all the food we have here is from other places. America doesn't really have it's own original cuisine. Unless you want to count fast food?
and even our fast food is based on cuisine that originated elsewhere.
Yes, true. But also, be mindful that everyone makes the cuisine differently. Even if they didn’t originally make it, it may taste better than the original cuisine. I’m not saying it does, but everyone has a different opinion on it, so it might be more desirable for others.
As a former chef I couldn't agree more. It is my opinion (shared by many great chefs) that choice ingredients are key to good cuisine. For this reason, I feel quite lucky to live where I do, where top grade, fresh, organic, and otherwise high quality ingredients come from all over the globe. I have been to some areas where this is absolutely not the case, and local cuisine suffers a downgrade because of it.
You've made me see the question in a different light. I was thinking about the style of food, rather than the actual ingredients. If that is the question then I think it is more regional than continental. There are good and bad places on all continents to source high grade food.
It’s technically North America but they’re too vastly different and the us/Canada don’t really have their own food while Central America does
Are you kidding? That's not true at all.www.cnn.com/.../index.html
And of course, Spain. I'm sorry I forgot Spain. Can't talk about fine dining without including Spain, with paella, quesadilla or say albondigas.
Country with the most Michelin stars is japan so there goes your hypothesis. Of course european food is good I’ll admit but Asian food is overall better in my opinion.
Its American food but 5x the size
Asia is where it’s at
Not even close 🤣
That’s not a continent
*Asia but the middle-east food only
Fair enough tbh even eastern got some bangers I’d probably put them at #2 overall