What is the best cuisine you have ever tasted and what was so special about it?
Lobster - lobster - lobster!.... I'm of Cuban background, so Lobster in Creole sauce is my personal favorite. I also love Chinese food - Lobster in Szechwan style is another of my personal favorites. The taste of lobster is the most awesome thing in this planet. Lobster is the only food that actually increases your appetite/hunger the more you eat it. Not something you want to eat if you're in a diet.
I went to a mediterranean restaurant called Merrakesh. I partook of a dish called swarma, a mix of beef and lamb roasted over a vertical spit, with mediterranean spices. It has a unique taste that was different than anything I had ever had before. It is hard to describe the taste, it was very moist, and had a sweet taste with other tastes that just pop at you and lend to an almost alien experience.
My favorite cuisines are Indian cuisine for their delicious taste, Italian food for their yummy taste and Chinese food for their tantalizing taste.
Why did you have to say lobster?? Now, that's all I can think about! Actually, though I love Indian food, and I'll take Egyptian ful every day of the week, my absolute favorite cuisine is Thai. You can have five different flavors having a party in your mouth, and you can distinguish each one. And to me, anything with lime and coconut milk is never a bad thing!
I absolutely love Indian food for its spiciness and delicious blend of flavors and garlic naan is one of my favorite breads. However, I'll never forget the dishes we ate in Paris. Give me duck confit or foie gras anytime, although in moderation.
gosh...I love all cuisines! Italian, mexican, chinese, thai, indian......I'm a total foodie and enjoy all cuisines as much as I can! The only one I'm not too fond of is greek, but then again, there are certain greek dishes that are yummy
I lived in Germany, Spain,and turkey.. and i .loved it all.. and each one for a different reason.. I went to Greece and fell in love with the food.. but of all of them I like the Turkish food the best..
by Nicole A. Winter 7 years ago
What makes milk taste skunky?This is really weird: I just poured my daughter a glass of milk (which has not expired,) and it tasted very skunky. I've never been sprayed by a skunk and don't know what that would taste like, it didn't smell skunky, but it tasted like "skunk" smell......
by Daisy Mariposa 6 years ago
Is there a vegetable that you have tasted that you would never eat again?Brussels sprouts is the only vegetable that gets my "down" vote.
by Jason Menayan 9 years ago
I have a few favorites:- Vietnamese- Indian- Chinese- Thai- Mexican- Ethiopian- Italian- Middle-EasternHave never cared much for South American, Eastern/Northern European, West African or Korean food.What about you guys?
by dodgecummins 8 years ago
which taste cannot be detected by the tip of your tongue
by deergha 5 years ago
What is the most weird food you have ever tasted?What is it?Will you again try it given an option?
by rob_allen 6 years ago
Have you ever tasted Jicama?
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