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We have some lush foods up in the North East of England.
Stoties with ham n Pease Pudding
Patties, plantains, sòs pwa, Kerman.
I grew up eating this food, but I can’t anymore since there isn’t a big Haitian community in my area. It’s so sad, just thinking about this makes me hungry 😂32
Curry and it's delicious. I also like curry sauce.22
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Gosh, loads!! In the south it's usually dosa, idli sambar. In the north it's paneer makhni, biryani, parathas, like loads every state has its speacial cuisine, so it's like if I start the list would literally not end. In my state however kaaju katli (cashew barfi), sannas, dodol, bebinca, feni ( traditional liquor), biya bhaaji, fish curry (the tastiest in the world), our is a coastal state so lot of non vegetarian dishes ( fish is the centre of attention). Fish is like oxygyn for our people , they can't leave without it for more than 2 days.20
In China, we eat a lot of egg drop soup and tomato and egg soup. We also like to eat deep fried shredded potatoes and eggplant in minced pork with soy sauce and sesame oil and we eat a lot of sea food like shrimp or sea fish seasoned in soy sauce and olive oil. We also marinate our crab in this home made sauce that resembles gravy but not as fattening and much healthier. And we like to eat duck burritos with chicken fat, shredded potatoes, eggs, hoisin sauce, roast beef or pork and garlic chives.0
So many 😂
Biriyani, chicken butter masala, chicken tikka, Tandoori chicken, samosas, Gulab jamun, pani puri, bhel puri etc610
I live in the U. S., a land of immigrants, so I get to enjoy lots of ethnic cuisine. But great cuisines that are native to the U. S. are BBQ; hamburgers; steak and potatoes; chili; southern foods like fried chicken and other fried foods, Brunswick stew, grits, buttermilk biscuits, corn bread, and peach cobbler; potato salad; turkey, stuffing and gravy; pies; New England lobster, chowder and seafood. Some that have been influenced by other cultures are Cajun, creole and TexMex.0
Fondue, Raclette, a lot of potato dishes like Rösti which is hash browns sort of and Älpler Maccaroni which is pasta with potatoes and bacon and onions. There's also roasted chestnuts in winter are super popular here I love them myself. There's stands all over the place in Zürich. Also chocolate and cheese and bread is also very good here. We have really good bread and a lot of choice.0
Stuffed cabbage, Kishka blood sausage, white pork garlic kielbasa, fried dough cookies sprinkled w/ powdered sugar, SERIOUS potato pancakes dusted w/ granulated sugar, sweet fried raised dough muffins, Duck's blood soup, Rump Soup, heavy potato dumplings
MUCH Polish cuisine is deep-fried in lard in an iron skillet.0
Indian cuisine is known for its vegetarian food. Like there are so many items that I also can't remember. And yeah as an Asian country we are rice eaters too and it is the staple food here. In my area (east India) other important items are fish and Dalma (a dish made from pulses and vegetables. You can search it on google).0
You can search up Balkan cousine. Burek type of pies, especially small swirls ones, are my favourite.52
Sorpotel - (mostly for weddings)
Sannas (Idli for those who dont know)
Too many sausages, honestly. Enough already with them.
And vinegar'd cabbages. Taste good, but too gassy.
What are yours?20
Beer (it’s a good group right?)21
meatballs… and now banana pizza for the people of GaG🤡56
Like my ancestors culture? Cuz my personal cultural is I eat everything10
There's a way of cooking here called a hangi. Dig a giant hole in the ground and cook the food under there.10
I am arab soooo hummus, tabouleh salad, grape leaves, shawerma, kabsa, sambosa, ... etc a lot of foods tbh30
Well it is tough for me to say because there are plenty of North Indian dishes which are very nice, tasty and nutritious also.0
I'm American so hamburgers, hot dogs, pizza, and becspk. ( bacon eggs cheese salt pepper ketchup).20
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Double bacon cheeseburgers, 48 ounce soft drinks, buckets of french fries, milkshakes.0
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Pierogi. Most popular fillings are: meat, cabbage and mushrooms, cottage cheese, blueberry.
Barszcz: most popular are "red" and "white" (also called "żurek"). The first one is traditionally eaten for Christmas (especially with "uszka" - kind of pierogi) and the latter one for Easter (I know some people even eat żurek in a bread, instead of bowl, but I've never tried it, although I'd like to one day)
red barszcz with uszka
Zapiekanka: long bread with baked cheese, ham and mushrooms, sometimes also with other vegetables (it's funny, because I only recently discovered, that it's a polish food, I always thought it's all around the world)
And of course bigos