I have a few favorites:
Have never cared much for South American, Eastern/Northern European, West African or Korean food.
What about you guys?
My favorite cuisines would be Greek/Mediterrenean, Filipino, Italian, Japanese and Mexican cuisines.
Gotta Hummus and Shwerma..
I love all of the above. Lately, my wife and I have become Pho addicts...so Vietnamese ranks up there.
I LOVE Thai food. :-) I'm not familiar with Middle-Eastern cuisine but Mexican and Italian get top marks, too.
Middle Eastern food (Greek/Turkish/Lebanese/Arabic/Israeli) is really delicious, too. Hummus, tabouli, babaghanoush, and falafel are some of my personal favorites. Some of the flavors aren't entirely unlike Mexican, if you like that.
I agree entirely with livelonger - but I would also include Spanish food into my list of favorites.
you can't beat good old Scottish fare, haggis and neaps ,mince and tatties, stovies, scotch broth, tablet and much more
I grew up eating Mexican food (my best childhood friend's family was from Mexico), so I've always loved it. But, I don't eat it much anymore (my Polish--meat and potatoes--husband isn't super fond--I'm not super fond of meat and potatoes, being vegetarian, so we compromise).
And...anything from the chocolate food group!
Have you ever tried bigos? (You can make it vegetarian) Pierogi ruskie (cheese, potatoes & onions) or Pierogi z kapusta i pieczarkami (with cabbage & mushrooms)?
I was not a big fan of Polish cuisine when I lived in Poland, but those were the standouts for me.
And actually, in my tiny town and a nearby tiny town, I actually had *excellent* wood-fired pizza!
I can't say that I have any one favorite 'cuisine' (well...except for the abovementioned chocolate) -- I'll try anything once.
Unless it's too slimy or is trying to move off my plate.
Where's Maddie? A thread about food? Isn't this Maddie city?
Whoa, sorry I'm late, guys. Major insomnia has kind of taken me out of commission for the most part...
Food. Best food ever=lumpia. If you've never had Filipino food, you haven't lived.
Thai is excellent, too. And Indian. And Italian (the real stuff, none of that Olive Garden nonsense).
I'm hungry now. And tired. Thanks a lot, Lincoln.
Here's a good start for an easy filipino recipe that everyone loves.
http://hubpages.com/hub/Filipino-Adobo- … r-the-Gods
Dare to try Spicy Msian Foods, dude? Satay, Chicken Beriyani etc....
Anyway, still love Thai & Italian Pasta.....huhuhuhu
I once lived in San Francisco and also in Seattle. I love Chinese and Vietnamese food with a passion but on the east coast the food is just not the same as the west coast. No where near as good. In San Francisco there was a small little Vietnamese cafe just off Market Street that I miss so bad. The spring rolls there were so good and you know you can not get Tsingtao Beer ( Chinese Beer ) on the east coast. I don't know why. To me it is better than Heineken and that is saying something. In Seattle you could get such good Chinese and Vietnamese Food. I am going to have to make a trip to the west coast soon.
Korean is nice. Vietnamese I've had a little and liked it. Indian not so much. Though I like the taste of curry it doesn't agree with me. Chinese yes, though not the takeaway variety. Mexican certainly. Never tried Ethiopian. Turkish YUM. Japanese MORE PLEASE!
So funny. I was just coming back to this thread to add Kal Bi as one of my fav ever dishes. YUM.
Seem like we have the same taste except Mexican foods. Mexican beans gave me gas! kakaakakaa ... Or maybe I haven't had the opportunity to try a real Mexican food yet. I tried Brazillian though! Had the best Brazillian food experience when I was doing interpretation in OH last year.
BBQ! Yum! Especially tasty when queued over an oak pit:)
WOW! I live in Austin Tx and have just about given up on Great Italian food :-(
After 13 years I CRAVE good Italian food and have to travel to get it. Last week a friend took me to a CHAIN restaurant here in Austin, Buca di Peppo and I was amazed! Great authentic Italian cuisine served in heaping portions (bring friends, family and a HUGE appetitie cause the portions are obscenely large)
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well, whereever I live it seems I consider their food to be the best. When in germany it was german food, when I lived in downtown detroit and most of my friends were from India, it was Indian food. Now that I live in a primarily mexican immigrant neighborhood, my favorite is mexican food. *smile* but I have to say that mexican food has got to be the best of them all. And I"m not talking about tex-mex like taco bell or something, I'm talking about true mexican food (mole verde, flautas, posloe, etc...)
It's true... it's highly dependent on what's available (and good) where you live. For example, I love Chinese food here in the Bay Area, but the Chinese food in Texas was... disgusting... and that's a generous description.
Here in the Bay we're blessed to have an ethnically diverse community, and that really helps when it comes to cuisine.
Soul food is the best in Atlanta and you cannot beat Buffalo style chicken wings and pizza from Upstate New York.
Give me Indian anytime. My taste buds are used to plenty of spices that will bring tears into a Westerner's eyes. I like Chinese only because the Chinese cuisine we get here in India is modified to suit the Indian taste. I tried continental once, but really missed the spices. Oh, give me red hot spicy food.
Indian and Italian. Both of them have huge regional variations that make them really interesting. And living in France it's almost impossible to find good Indian food, but Italy is a short distance away.
I just returned from a year backpacking through South East Asia and although that first slice of pizza in New York was everything I'd remembered I now have a life long addiction to curries, Thai and Indian. If I could make mittens of garlic naan bread that were fashionable, societally acceptable and somehow hygienic I would eschew utensils forever.
There is also something to be said for the simple noodle soups of Vietnam and Indonesia, nothing greater when you're on the move and in need of something you can point to and trust to a 12 hour bus ride. However, if you find yourself in Singapore steer clear of the spicy mixed piglet soup, it's mediocre going in and awful coming snout... (sorry)
South Indian and Thai. Though I live in the Middle East, I'd have to say that the various Arabic cuisines are not among my favourites. Generally too bland.
I like many varieties of foods depending on my mood but any food with good flavour is critical.
Because I enjoy cooking I end up copying so many things we eat out - which can be a danger but we also make eating in fun by going to different countries for out meals. We don't have green chicken curry for dinner, we go to Thailand etc... It is silly but keeps us entertained!
oooh!!! one of my favorite topics!
Gool ol' American (with a touch of gourmet) - blue cheese burgers, huge grilled chicken salads...
nobody makes nanna puddin' like the South, and definitely
German and Russian
I was lucky to have my grandmother and great-grandmother to be around to make traditional German and Russian foods - nothing beats homemade donuts filled with cherries or rose petals - of course, don't forget the shot of vodka in the oil to help prevent the donuts from soaking up the oil... 1 shot for donuts, 1 shot for the cook
I love Japanese, Thai, Indonesian and Italian cusine. I am even feeling hungry now just thinking about them.
Thai is by far my favorite. I always go out for Thai instead of trying to cook it myself.
My favorite food? Well, I realise that the French are not the most popular people in the world these days (actually, I like them quite a lot!) but when it comes to food and cooking I have to say that Fench food is still probably the best in the world.
Of all the wonderful regions of France, my own personal choice is Provence - not only for its incredible lndscapes and monuments, but also for the food and cooking.
At the risk of putting my head on the block here, I genuinely believe that the cooking of Provence is the lightest, tastiest, most colorful, most elegant and, above all, healthiest cooking in the world!
You don't agree?
Well, that must mean that you've never tried it!
While grilling is an art and a lifestyle, even I can't pass it off as cuisine! So, I've got to go with Italian. Talk about art, the creation of fine red meat sauce ranks right up there. It provides the base for amazing recipes like eggplant parmigiana and red sauce lasagna. Yikes, don't even get me started on a fine clam sauce with some linguini or a fettacini alfredo.
But then a good Mexican Salsa Verde and ..........gotta go search recipes on Google and head for the kitchen!
Sushsi and Sashimi. Particularly Nigiri Sushi with lots of wasabi. That's the awesome thing about living in Vancouver, we have the best sushi outside of Japan.
Im hungry and I just ate a lasagna.
I'd say : Spanish & Italian.
My favourite cuisine is dessert, especially pastries with fruit.
My mother did thanksgiving turkey on the bbq and it was amazing.
I was born in Scotland and lived there until I was 11 therefore I can't stand Scottish food To this day I can't stand "mince and tatties". I like potatoes and I don't mind ground beef in chili, but not together.
My favourite food these days is Japanese.
I enjoy cuisine from all around the world, they are all different and all have a unique taste. My favourites would probably be Thai, Japanese and Italian.
Love it all! Reading about all this food is making me sooooo hungry and it's only mid-morning.
Most favorite is Thai and Indian - and can't wait to try more!
I love my native Hungarian food with a lighter twist and also the outdoor "BBQ Cuisine".
A nice rack of baby back ribs with a ginormous garden salad a glass of wine...heaven
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Being partial to my country, I love Russian food. Russian food is very rich in its taste.
I love aslo mexican, italian and japanese cuisine.
French desserts are best when it comes to sweets!
If you are interested in russian recipes contact me
I like many different foods. Although I do have to say that one of my favourites is Mexican. My friend is Mexican and she cooks real Mexican food for us yum, yum, delicious.
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My mother is a lady who enjoys cooking nothing but her traditional British cuisine. Luckily, as wonderful as she is, I never picked up her eating habits. I adore all kinds of foods, and love to try new things. I can happily say that there is no food that I dislike.
At the moment I am particularly fond of Mediterranean cuisine. That abundance of beautiful fresh produce. Does it get any better?
Mexican, Middle Eastern, Italian, Chinese. I like a lot of different cuisines, but I only like veggies, chicken, and lighter sea food. I cannot handle the heavy proteins.
My most favourite food in the world would have to be a pot noodle...simple minds thinking for a simple life for a simple person!!
I never saw any foreign foods until I was about 20 years old. My first was Chinese and Ilike Schezuan the best. Then I enjoy Korean, Russian, various Native American dishes, Indian, Thai, and Mexican. There are many others I have yet to try, but will.
Even though I have Scottish blood, the British cuisine isn't so appealing to me.
I adore Indian food, especially lamb curry. Yum!
Indian Lamb rice is awesome...Thai Phadthai is delicious.
I admit to a bit of a sushi fixation, which my husband aids and abets. Also, all types of Mediterranean-influenced food, from Provencal to Italian to Middle Eastern, are really delicious. Thai, Mexican, and Moroccan are up there too. And French pastries...the list doesn't end! My stomach is rumbling!
Occasionally, I just want a good grease fix. Grilled cheese and beer-battered onion rings fit the bill. I try not to do that too often, though...
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