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nick-xx
01-02-08, 19:28
Here what i like its the famous Azorean "grilled limpet" :D (i know its not the main plate)

http://i219.photobucket.com/albums/cc132/nickxx88/dsc00866su7.jpg

and for the dessert "queijadas da Vila" (i dont know if that thing has in english :p) is a type of sweet cheese cake dessert, popular in Portugal and especially in the Azores Islands.

http://i219.photobucket.com/albums/cc132/nickxx88/ff.jpg

now its your time...

Mad Tony
01-02-08, 19:32
Probably fish and chips :p

Metal_Madman
01-02-08, 19:33
Beef

Rexie
01-02-08, 19:35
I dunno O_o

well,if this counts as food:
http://www.recepten.se/images/recept/1/132/pepparkakor.jpg

or from Lithuania...I dunno..call my mom...

tomblover
01-02-08, 19:35
Oh no.

I'll have to go with meatballs and macaroni.

Eddie Haskell
01-02-08, 19:36
A real Chicago style Hot Dog. And of course no ketchup...:)
http://www.hotdogchicagostyle.com/images/chicagodog.jpg

scion05
01-02-08, 19:36
Chicken N Mushroom Pie :whi:

Anajrob
01-02-08, 19:37
In Serbia: Sarma: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sarma_(food)

:D

http://i151.photobucket.com/albums/s137/Anajrob/sarma_article_full.jpg

Musaka: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Moussaka

http://i151.photobucket.com/albums/s137/Anajrob/musaka.jpg

Elysia
01-02-08, 19:38
Chicken Dhansak with onion bhajis... I LOVE indian food. :)

I have just noticed that it says 'of my region' (d'oh...), but since we have more indian restaurants / takeaways in Pompey than any other, and that includes fish and chip shops.. I stand by it! :p)

Voni
01-02-08, 19:39
Hmmm, I'm not into British food. Give me Indian, Thai, Chinese, etc...

*Evy93*
01-02-08, 19:43
(Hi!!!!!!) Spaghetti!!!It's my favourite italian food!!!:D

http://plus.maths.org/latestnews/sep-dec05/spaghetti/spaghetti.jpg

Sedge
01-02-08, 19:44
Mämmi
http://i32.************/2iicrh3.png

Karjalanpiirakka (Karelian pasties)
http://i27.************/5eu80k.png

:D

tomblover
01-02-08, 19:46
Mämmi
http://i32.************/2iicrh3.png
I've tasted that once. It was bloody awful. :yik:

Finnish meat "pasties" (Piroger. :p) are nice though. :D

Legend of Lara
01-02-08, 19:46
Icelandic food sucks! :p I'd rather have some sushi instead! :D

Eddie Haskell
01-02-08, 19:54
In Serbia: Sarma: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sarma_(food)

:D

http://i151.photobucket.com/albums/s137/Anajrob/sarma_article_full.jpg



They look like Golabki, one of favorite Polish dishes!

Hmmm, I'm not into British food. Give me Indian, Thai, Chinese, etc...

Is anyone? (no offense, really)

CroftScionGuard
01-02-08, 19:59
@Nick-xx: Queijadas... tćo bom! Agora apetece-me http://www.clicksmilies.com/s1106/traurig/sad-smiley-034.gif

PARANOIA
01-02-08, 19:59
Well, about half a mile from here, I've got this:
http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/e/e8/Hamburger_sandwich.jpg
And exactly one mile from here, this:
http://www.hungryhowies.com/Menu06/mainimg.jpg
And sometimes if I'm feeling really exotic, I can go for tacos. ;)

MrBear
01-02-08, 20:02
^ pepperoni pizza is the best.. I'm almost drooling :p

I can tell you it ain't Danish :p

Sedge
01-02-08, 20:03
I've tasted that once. It was bloody awful. :yik:
:vlol: You're not the only one, it's either loved or hated.. and I happen to like it! :ton:

Gabi
01-02-08, 20:04
Mämmi
:D
What is it?

Sedge
01-02-08, 20:07
What is it?
A traditional Finnish Easter dessert.. Difficult to explain, -> Wikipedia (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/M%C3%A4mmi). :p

PARANOIA
01-02-08, 20:15
^ pepperoni pizza is the best.. I'm almost drooling

It really depends who does it.

Hungry Howie's does the best double-cheese double-pepperoni pizza. I also like Pizza Hut's.

But when it comes to New York style pizza, I'll usually just order extra cheese or garlic. :o

EgyptianSoul
01-02-08, 20:16
Mämmi
http://i32.************/2iicrh3.png


I can eat mämmi only in small quantities at a time. Sometimes it's good, sometimes not so good. Depends on my mood. :p But hell, it's one of our traditions.

And Karelian pasties are super good. :tmb:

Pääsiäinen. Pääsiäinen. Heh.

Catlantean
01-02-08, 20:20
Knedle (potato-dough dumplings filled with plums, served with cinnamon, sugar and sour cream)
Štrukli (thin dough filled with fresh cheese and rolled up, then boiled and served with breadcrumbs)
Vegetarian sarma (same thing Anajrob posted, but with soy instead of meat filling)

Thorir
01-02-08, 20:26
FROZEN pizza is a national dish here in Norway. :D

Eddie Haskell
01-02-08, 20:31
It really depends who does it.

Hungry Howie's does the best double-cheese double-pepperoni pizza. I also like Pizza Hut's.

But when it comes to New York style pizza, I'll usually just order extra cheese or garlic. :o

Chicago is home to thousands of family run pizza places. No chain store stuff for me. Food is one of the great advantages to living in a great metropolis. All ethnicities, all the wonderful delicacies within a short trip.

I pity those poor souls who live out their lives in small towns, eating their fluffy white bread and the same old crap week after week.

kill bill
01-02-08, 20:32
In Ireland this is called a real irish dinner. Well theres two but I'll post my favourite:

Roast Potatoes:
http://i143.photobucket.com/albums/r148/KILLBILLVOLUME1/1303_MEDIUM.jpg

Potatoes = usually served mashed and cooked:p

http://i143.photobucket.com/albums/r148/KILLBILLVOLUME1/Potatoes.jpg

Some Vegetables

http://i143.photobucket.com/albums/r148/KILLBILLVOLUME1/roastingvegetablesonthegrill.jpg

A nice big roast chicken/turkey depends = usually turkeys are served on a celebration in my family:D

http://i143.photobucket.com/albums/r148/KILLBILLVOLUME1/chicken.jpg

And of course you need to put this on your chicken/turkey:D

http://i143.photobucket.com/albums/r148/KILLBILLVOLUME1/bisto_chicken.jpg

PARANOIA
01-02-08, 20:33
Chicago is home to thousands of family run pizza places. No chain store stuff for me. Food is one of the great advantages to living in a great metropolis. All ethnicities, all the wonderful delicacies within a short trip.

I pity those poor souls who live out their lives in small towns, eating their fluffy white bread and the same old crap week after week.

I've heard a lot of things about Chicago pizza. But I'm not a big fan of the Chicago-style pizza. I'm more a fan of the New York or the California. I don't really fancy seeing diced tomatoes in my pizza. ;)

I want to go to Chicago someday. Maybe when I get a job...

Kill Bill: You have SUPERB taste. I love a chicken roast with roasted potatoes and gravy!

Bumio
01-02-08, 20:36
well, in lithuania.. :whi:
šaltibarščiai (cold borscht) link (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cold_Beet_Soup)
http://i224.photobucket.com/albums/dd187/velvetolio/776px-Lurid_borscht.jpg

cepelinai link (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cepelinai)
http://i224.photobucket.com/albums/dd187/velvetolio/800px-Cepelinai.jpg

:cln:

Eddie Haskell
01-02-08, 20:40
I've heard a lot of things about Chicago pizza. But I'm not a big fan of the Chicago-style pizza. I'm more a fan of the New York or the California. I don't really fancy seeing diced tomatoes in my pizza. ;)

I want to go to Chicago someday. Maybe when I get a job...

Kill Bill: You have SUPERB taste. I love a chicken roast with roasted potatoes and gravy!

Only in other parts of the country is the a so-called "Chicago style" pizza. Here we can get anything, literally. And the pizza that is named as Chicago style is deep dish. I prefer stuffed pizza myself, like this one. Check out Giordano's (http://www.giordanos.com/).

Rexie
01-02-08, 20:41
@bumio
stop making me hungry >.>

Bumio
01-02-08, 20:43
@bumio
stop making me hungry >.>
:D

Anubis_AF
01-02-08, 20:54
Đuveč:
is a dish in Serbian cuisine consisting of stewed vegetables similar to ratatouille. During meals they are usually served with meat (meso), rice (ri˛a) and french fries (pomfrites).
http://img233.imageshack.us/img233/2022/0c6f663c9d914594b3077a1vo6.jpg (http://imageshack.us)

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Ajvar:
Ajvar or ayvar, is a relish made principally from red bell peppers, with eggplant, garlic and chili pepper.
http://img220.imageshack.us/img220/2337/ajvaroliverdf6.jpg (http://imageshack.us)


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Ćevapčići:
Ćevapčići (formal diminutive) or Ćevapi, is a Balkan dish of grilled minced meat. They may be served on a plate or in a flatbread (lepinja or somun), often with chopped onions, sour cream, kajmak, ajvar, cottage cheese, and so on.
http://img212.imageshack.us/img212/8198/2135cevapiav4.jpg (http://imageshack.us/)

Eddie Haskell
01-02-08, 20:56
[/B]Ćevapčići (formal diminutive) or Ćevapi, is a Balkan dish of grilled minced meat. They may be served on a plate or in a flatbread (lepinja or somun), often with chopped onions, sour cream, kajmak, ajvar, cottage cheese, and so on.
[/SIZE]http://img212.imageshack.us/img212/8198/2135cevapiav4.jpg (http://imageshack.us/)

It looks like a gyros. I love gyros...

Geck-o-Lizard
01-02-08, 21:00
Curry... British "Indian" food is nothing like the real thing. :p

Elysia
01-02-08, 21:01
Curry... British "Indian" food is nothing like the real thing. :p

*Exactly*! We claimed curry as our own a looooong time ago... *waves banner entitled 'Curry Rules!'*

Drone
01-02-08, 21:02
I like meat and region doesn't matter :D

digitizedboy
01-02-08, 21:18
Chicken Balti served with Naan Bread.

*licks lips*

Reggie
01-02-08, 21:22
For my region eh?

http://www.pastyman.com/images/large/pasty.jpg

NemesisxAngelus
01-02-08, 21:22
http://img528.imageshack.us/img528/3295/boerenkoolsy2.jpg

A well known Dutch meal, stamppot. But this is one of the many, boerenkool met (rook)worst. :D

@Drone: meat. :cln:

MiCkiZ88
01-02-08, 21:27
Karelian Pasties are good. :tmb:

But I've gotta love Reindeer meat with smashed potatoes and berries. :D

badboy70
01-02-08, 21:29
http://img528.imageshack.us/img528/3295/boerenkoolsy2.jpg

A well known Dutch meal, stamppot. But this is one of the many, boerenkool met (rook)worst. :D

@Drone: meat. :cln:Mmmm, looks good :D
Chips and steak. Or spaghetti / lasagna. I love pasta

Nannonxyay
01-02-08, 21:29
Fish and Chips!

http://i144.photobucket.com/albums/r200/FenixRaquen/Food/fish_and_chips.jpg

Actually, I prefer battered sausage and chips. I'm starting to eat it soo much, I've gained weight. Doesn't help that my mother works in a fish and chip shop!

NemesisxAngelus
01-02-08, 21:37
Mmmm, looks good :D
Chips and steak. Or spaghetti / lasagna. I love pasta

Haha :p I guess only Dutch & Flemish people who would actually enjoy it. Chips are Flemish? .. *reminds herself after a second* Ohh yeah that's right! "Vlaamse frites" or so. Sheesh goodmorning myself. ^^

Sedge
01-02-08, 21:42
But I've gotta love Reindeer meat with smashed potatoes and berries. :D
- the smashed potatoes and yummmm.. :D
I can't stand potatoes. :pi:

tomblover
01-02-08, 21:46
*Smashes Sedge with a chair, which breaks*

How dare you not like potatoes? :p

Which reminds me, my ultimate favorite food from Sweden, generally, is Falun sausage and macaroni. Yum. :D

Elysia
01-02-08, 21:53
Does this count as food?

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v297/Mistresselysia/hsbcans-main.jpg

Hmmmm.... HSB.... :D

Unfortunately, the brewery was sold to Gales recently, and so they relocated and now use different water, so the beer tates different - not unpleasant, but definitely different. Still a good pint, though!

Sedge
01-02-08, 21:57
*Smashes Sedge with a chair, which breaks*

How dare you not like potatoes? :p

Which reminds me, my ultimate favorite food from Sweden, generally, is Falun sausage and macaroni. Yum. :D
I don't know, I've always.. I mean.. always loathed them. :eek: Simply impossible to swallow, the taste.. well.. something which has been under mould for months with neighbouring worms.. wait, it HAS! ..and even feels disgusting inside my mouth, sort of.. dry and dusty and.. its yellowness and.. even when smashed or as a soup, it just.. just.. Bllröäägh! >___<

..I prefer pasta/spaghetti/macaroni/noodles and those sorts of things. :p

nick-xx
01-02-08, 21:59
hmm... beer :p, but nothing compared to Corona :D!!!

http://i219.photobucket.com/albums/cc132/nickxx88/corona.jpg

Rexie
01-02-08, 22:00
I don't know, I've always.. I mean.. always loathed them. :eek: Simply impossible to swallow, the taste.. well.. something which has been under mould for months with neighbouring worms.. wait, it HAS! ..and even feels disgusting inside my mouth, sort of.. dry and dusty and.. its yellowness and.. even when smashed or as a soup, it just.. just.. Bllröäägh! >___<

..I prefer pasta/spaghetti/macaroni/noodles and those sorts of things. :p
potato phobia perhaps?

Elysia
01-02-08, 22:00
hmm... beer :p, but nothing compared to Corona :D!!!

http://i219.photobucket.com/albums/cc132/nickxx88/corona.jpg
Ooo, I do like a nice Corona... but I do like a nice local beer as well! :D

NemesisxAngelus
01-02-08, 22:02
hmm... beer :p, but nothing compared to Corona :D!!!

http://i219.photobucket.com/albums/cc132/nickxx88/corona.jpg

Corona's from Portugal? (I believe that's where you're from) either way, Corona is some good stuff. :cln:

GreekStud
01-02-08, 22:03
In Serbia: Sarma: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sarma_(food)

:D

http://i151.photobucket.com/albums/s137/Anajrob/sarma_article_full.jpg

Musaka: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Moussaka

http://i151.photobucket.com/albums/s137/Anajrob/musaka.jpg

moussaka is greek!!!!itss gd but il post 2 better thingss that you guyz should try!!!:D

nick-xx
01-02-08, 22:05
@Nem, we can buy it here (and almost in every place of the world), we all know this is one of the best beer of the world :whi:

FomarThain
01-02-08, 22:05
Easy for me. Shrimp and grits. Good ole' Southern style dish.:D

GreekStud
01-02-08, 22:11
the first is called pastitsio and the second is more knoewn..its gyro pita..yummmhttp://www.jotis.gr/en/images/recipes/Pastitsio.jpg

http://www.restomenu.ca/restos/chateaugrec/clips/pita-souvlaki.gif

VonCroy360
01-02-08, 22:11
http://i32.************/2nq9nas.jpg
Click (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zagreba%C4%8Dki_odrezak).

http://i29.************/29zsuq9.jpg
Click (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Apfelstrudel).

http://i30.************/xqdx4x.jpg
Click (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Krafne).

http://i28.************/vg0guw.jpg
Click (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/%C4%8Cupavci).

:)

nick-xx
01-02-08, 22:13
^ OMG i love these desserts http://i219.photobucket.com/albums/cc132/nickxx88/droolio.gif http://i219.photobucket.com/albums/cc132/nickxx88/droolio.gif http://i219.photobucket.com/albums/cc132/nickxx88/droolio.gif http://i219.photobucket.com/albums/cc132/nickxx88/droolio.gif

Elysia
01-02-08, 22:14
http://i30.************/xqdx4x.jpg
Click (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Krafne).

:)
Gah! Doughnuts! My one weakness... (well, after beer, red wine, gin, maltesers and curry, of course... :ton:)

Rexie
01-02-08, 22:23
http://i30.************/xqdx4x.jpg
Click (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Krafne).

:)

GIMME GIMME GIMME GIMME!!!!

Earthcane
01-02-08, 22:24
GIMME GIMME GIMME GIMME!!!!
(*Drools all over keyboard*)

Lara's Backpack
01-02-08, 22:25
Barbeques! Aussie Aussie Aussie, and all that jazz....

nick-xx
01-02-08, 22:29
GIMME GIMME GIMME GIMME!!!!

....a man after midnight
won’t somebody help me chase these shadows away
Gimme gimme gimme a man after midnight
Take me through the darkness to the break of the day :p

oocladableeblah
01-02-08, 22:31
Hamburgers, but my favorite type of food is Mexican so good even though it's all the same thing just prepared differently :D

kill bill
01-02-08, 22:31
I've heard a lot of things about Chicago pizza. But I'm not a big fan of the Chicago-style pizza. I'm more a fan of the New York or the California. I don't really fancy seeing diced tomatoes in my pizza. ;)

I want to go to Chicago someday. Maybe when I get a job...

Kill Bill: You have SUPERB taste. I love a chicken roast with roasted potatoes and gravy!
Yum. I have this almost every sunday at excaly 1:00pm and we sacerfice dinner I.E 6:00pm meal;)

Sedge
01-02-08, 22:35
....a man after midnight
won’t somebody help me chase these shadows away
Gimme gimme gimme a man after midnight
Take me through the darkness to the break of the day :p
.. it's stuck on my head now. :eek: :mad: :smk:


http://i30.************/xqdx4x.jpg
Click (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Krafne)
MUNKKI! *_*

kooky
01-02-08, 22:39
There are no foods... that Appeal me in my region...

raiderfun
01-02-08, 23:03
COUSCOUS :jmp::jmp:

And it is from our traditions to eat it each Friday :D

http://i164.photobucket.com/albums/u34/Leaderworld/800px-Couscous_of_Fes.jpg

Wanna taste it ? :mis:

Reggie
01-02-08, 23:05
^Wow! looks tasty :)

Forwen
01-02-08, 23:13
Icelandic food sucks! :p I'd rather have some sushi instead! :D

Forgive me for asking, but is it true that one of Icelandic specialities is ram's bollocks? Or is it something fed to tourists only?

They look like Golabki, one of favorite Polish dishes!

Bleh!

Is anyone? (no offense, really)

I am. It's somewhat similar to Polish, and I generally like my food heavily salted and artery-choking.

Thorir
01-02-08, 23:17
Forgive me for asking, but is it true that one of Icelandic specialities is ram's bollocks? Or is it something fed to tourists only?


Ram´s testicles. :o
But of course, not the thing you eat any monday or thursday...

Quasimodo
01-02-08, 23:24
Mämmi
http://i32.************/2iicrh3.png


:D

I canNOT tell you what I thought that looked like at first! :vlol:

Quanain
01-02-08, 23:24
Pizza!

NemesisxAngelus
01-02-08, 23:27
This thread makes me so hungry. Anyone else having the same? :cln:

Anubis_AF
01-02-08, 23:28
COUSCOUS :jmp::jmp:

And it is from our traditions to eat it each Friday :D

Wanna taste it ? :mis:

Is there a sweet Couscous? I'd looooooooooooooooove to try that one :tmb:

Thorir
01-02-08, 23:31
This thread makes me so hungry. Anyone else having the same? :cln:


You must be sick...

http://www.hordalaget.no/smalahovefest2001/0968_Smalahove_pao_fat_med.jpg

MadCroy101
01-02-08, 23:31
Madagascar Shrimp, huge, and you can only get them at Dave's in Chicago and Florida. Can't find a pic, though.

nick-xx
01-02-08, 23:32
@Thorir, OMG its still hot.... yummy..yummy.

NemesisxAngelus
01-02-08, 23:35
@Thoir: wow.. I didn't see that one. :eek: Forget what I've said earlier. :o

Quasimodo
01-02-08, 23:40
Here in Houston we've got great BBQ, seafood, and Mexican restaurants. My favorite would have to be cheese enchilidas (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Enchilada):
http://i199.photobucket.com/albums/aa212/quasiraider2/cantinalaredo1.jpg
with refried beans, rice, guacamole (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Guacamole), salsa, and chips! :D

Reggie
01-02-08, 23:40
You must be sick...


Eww what is that? :/

raiderfun
01-02-08, 23:40
Is there a sweet Couscous? I'd looooooooooooooooove to try that one :tmb:

If you only told me this morning, I would have invited you :(

thecentaur
01-02-08, 23:42
Here in Houston we've got great BBQ, seafood, and Mexican restaurants. My favorite would have to be cheese enchilidas (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Enchilada):
http://i199.photobucket.com/albums/aa212/quasiraider2/cantinalaredo1.jpg
with refried beans, rice, guacamole (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Guacamole), salsa, and chips! :D

OMG, that looks so good. *starts drooling*

NemesisxAngelus
01-02-08, 23:42
Eww what is that? :/

It looks it's the head of a pig...

Reggie
01-02-08, 23:46
^ :yik:

I'm really sensitive to foreign delicacies in reality..I guess that's the vegetarian in me

Thorir
01-02-08, 23:46
Eww what is that? :/

Boiled sheep head. Eyes are concidered particulary "good".
After 1672 only fed to tourists, of course. :D

I´m 23, and have never seen it served anywhere, luckily. :D
Only to poor tourists! :(

Reggie
01-02-08, 23:48
My God...even worse than pig's head!
I'm up for something different but that's a bit beyond what I'm willing to try out. :p

NemesisxAngelus
01-02-08, 23:51
My God...even worse than pig's head!
I'm up for something different but that's a bit beyond what I'm willing to try out. :p

Ditto.

Though, as long I can't see the animal in it, I can eat meat.

Thorir
02-02-08, 00:00
Sickos!

I cannot imagine any humans on EARTH willing to eat a sheep head! And this is a "dish" from my country! I don´t know anyone who has eaten it, nor anyone who is willing to try it!

...That means, who ever tries it, is psychologically deviant from normal people!

Note: Most tourist who try it are Germans, Japanese, Americans and French people.

They walk among you...

tampi
02-02-08, 00:15
Cooking
http://i29.************/2qsp11z.jpg

Showing

http://i26.************/j8fj0k.jpg

Eating them :cln:

http://i29.************/242icmd.jpg


The name: Calēots

Sedge
02-02-08, 00:18
I canNOT tell you what I thought that looked like at first! :vlol:
:D

http://www.hordalaget.no/smalahovefest2001/0968_Smalahove_pao_fat_med.jpg
Seeing that made me feel really, really bad actually.. o___o At first I thought it was a normal meat pie thingy, then I thought it looked like a squirrel without a head, THEN I saw the tongue(I presume it is?).. still can't quite tell which part is what. So now I know it's.. a head of a sheep. What's that sticking thing with a hole.. ? Although I must admit I'm rather disgusted I'd like to know.. XD

-DaNnEe..
02-02-08, 00:26
You must be sick...

http://www.hordalaget.no/smalahovefest2001/0968_Smalahove_pao_fat_med.jpg

EWWWW :eek: !

Thorir
02-02-08, 00:27
Seeing that made me feel really, really bad actually.. o___o At first I thought it was a normal meat pie thingy, then I thought it looked like a squirrel without a head, THEN I saw the tongue(I presume it is?).. still can't quite tell which part is what. So now I know it's.. a head of a sheep. What's that sticking thing with a hole.. ? Although I must admit I'm rather disgusted I'd like to know.. XD

It´s... A head. All of it. BOILED BRAIN...

Tongue... Eyes... Ears...

Cheeks...

Obviously, only insane or absolutely starving people would think of eating any of them.

Or stupid tourists, of course. :(
Why? Can´t they just feed them... Bread or something? Like normal people eat? :(

aquaflute
02-02-08, 00:35
This is a thread that'll get my mouth watering...
No offence to Americans, but I HATE American food. I miss all the delicious Chinese food that i had back at home:hea::hea:

Capt. Murphy
02-02-08, 00:45
This is a thread that'll get my mouth watering...
No offence to Americans, but I HATE American food. I miss all the delicious Chinese food that i had back at home:hea::hea:
That's alright. A lot of Americans like Chi... er, Asian food a lot too.;)

Anymore, I'm not sure what's "American". Bacon Cheeseburgers, fries, and a milkshake are good once in a while. :rolleyes:

To be more specific: Charbroiled burgers, crinkle cut or steak house fries (with plenty of salt and ketchup), and strawberry milkshake. I better stop before my stomach gets mad at me for tempting it. :o

NemesisxAngelus
02-02-08, 00:48
:D


Seeing that made me feel really, really bad actually.. o___o At first I thought it was a normal meat pie thingy, then I thought it looked like a squirrel without a head, THEN I saw the tongue(I presume it is?).. still can't quite tell which part is what. So now I know it's.. a head of a sheep. What's that sticking thing with a hole.. ? Although I must admit I'm rather disgusted I'd like to know.. XD

Same here, I'm still a bit nausiated.

EWWWW :eek: !

Did you really have to quote that image? No offence to you, but. :\

It´s... A head. All of it. BOILED BRAIN...

Tongue... Eyes... Ears...

Cheeks...

Obviously, only insane or absolutely starving people would think of eating any of them.

Or stupid tourists, of course. :(
Why? Can´t they just feed them... Bread or something? Like normal people eat? :(

*shivers again*

If there would be nothing else to eat beside that, I rather die of starvation than eating that... Sorry for the stupid question, but in which country do people - especially tourists - eat that?

This is a thread that'll get my mouth watering...
No offence to Americans, but I HATE American food. I miss all the delicious Chinese food that i had back at home:hea::hea:

You people have Nasi. :cln:

Encore
02-02-08, 00:50
well, to be honest I love a good homemade burger, I love pizza made the american style, I love cheesecake and brownies.... I think I love american food, no matter how much UN-trendy that sounds. :p

as for portuguese food, my favourite is probably arroz de pato. I mean rice. with duck. And that's it. :D It's delicious though.

http://i181.photobucket.com/albums/x22/Romy_2007_album/Arrozdepato.jpg

Thorir
02-02-08, 00:51
*shivers again*

If there would be nothing else to eat beside that, I rather die of starvation than eating that... Sorry for the stupid question, but in which country do people - especially tourists - eat that?


Norway. :(
Still, I do not know any of my relatives who has ever eaten it.

It is fed to stupid Germans, Americans, Japanese and French tourists. :(
Poor people. :(

Still...

I guess... Sheep head... Not THAT much worse that sheep testicles and rotten shark from Iceland, eh?

NemesisxAngelus
02-02-08, 00:58
Norway. :(
Still, I do not know any of my relatives who has ever eaten it.

It is fed to stupid Germans, Americans, Japanese and French tourists. :(
Poor people. :(

Still...

I guess... Sheep head... Not THAT much worse that sheep testicles and rotten shark from Iceland, eh?

Oh my. :| *gets even more nausiated* I seriously hope a friend of mine from Norway never ate that. :\

On a sidenote: SHEEP TESTICLES AND ROTTEN SHARK?! *faints* Neat, I'm planning to sleep soon. I hope I won't dream about this, better said have nightmares.

But what about Korea? (Not that I'm from Korea) they eat dogs & cats there. Ah it isn't maybe a bad idea at all, getting myself a bucket. :X

Thorir
02-02-08, 01:02
Not that cats and dogs are common food in Korea, but compared to rotten (or stricktly speaking: fermented... shark meat from Iceland...)

I think I´d rather eat the poor doggie if I had to. :(

Of course, I´d prefer eating grass.

matrix54
02-02-08, 01:03
fried chicken...:D

*yes were boring...

NemesisxAngelus
02-02-08, 01:09
Not that cats and dogs are common food in Korea, but compared to rotten (or stricktly speaking: fermented... shark meat from Iceland...)

I think I´d rather eat the poor doggie if I had to. :(

Of course, I´d prefer eating grass.

It's not common? That's new for me. But I rather die again of starvation. No I'm not a vegetarian, but as long I can see the animal in it, like I've already said, I won't eat it.

But maybe I do think this is all weird and ew and all since I'm not from there? Ah whatever it is, I still won't eat it. No not even if you'd give me one million Euros for it.

Thorir
02-02-08, 01:13
I´ve never been to Korea, but I´m sure dog is NOT very ordinary..

You´d have to go to some special kind of restaurant for it...

Maybe like horse meat in Europe.
Only few countries (France, Spain, Italy) sell it ordinarily...

HORSE meat, that is. Not dog!

NemesisxAngelus
02-02-08, 01:17
/\ Horsemeat, I know. They sell it here like it's nothing in supermarkets. (Here = The Netherlands) although I don't like horses at all. (They scare me, I've always been scared of them since I was younger. :o) I just refuse to eat it. I've tried it once, but never ever again.

This thread has gone quite off-topic but well....

Thorir
02-02-08, 01:25
We eat berries with meat here in Scandinavia. :D
That´s very strange. Lingonberries. :)
It´s eaten with all kind of meat...

It tastes quite sour, not sweet at all.
Almost a bit bitter at times...

To me, it seems strange to eat berries with meat... :D

I prefer vegetables. ;)

Chiki Mina
02-02-08, 01:46
Here's a sample of one of our Puerto Rican traditional foods.

My cousin here is the chef. I helpped her with the video.

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Rexie
02-02-08, 11:14
....a man after midnight
won’t somebody help me chase these shadows away
Gimme gimme gimme a man after midnight
Take me through the darkness to the break of the day :p

GIMME THOSE DONUTS NOT A POEM!!!


addiction much?

MUNKKI!MUNKKI!MUNKKI!MUNKKI!*jumps around hyper*

We eat berries with meat here in Scandinavia. :D
That´s very strange. Lingonberries. :)
It´s eaten with all kind of meat...

It tastes quite sour, not sweet at all.
Almost a bit bitter at times...

To me, it seems strange to eat berries with meat... :D

I prefer vegetables. ;)

Rexie älskar lingonsylt

la-la-lara
02-02-08, 11:43
Souvlaki:

http://z.about.com/d/greekfood/1/0/t/3/suvlaki-3086-25dec05-one-499.jpg

And for dessert: Loukoumades: (Honey puffs)

http://www.bigoven.com/pics%5C140907075553.jpg

Live your myth in Greece. :D

:wve:

Aurimas
02-02-08, 11:45
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Fish.
02-02-08, 12:05
Farm Rich Stuffed Pizza Slices :p

http://i134.photobucket.com/albums/q103/Benhead_500/0004132232506_LG.jpg

The best thing to come from the grocery store. :)


There is one more thing that my dad makes, but it's not popular I think: it's a beef and cream of mushroom soup mixture with milk, and once it's nice and whipped, you spread it on toast.

There is also another: It is also ground beef and mushrooms, but mixed with rice. That's good ole' Southern pride for y'all. ;)

viper456
02-02-08, 12:10
well in ye olde Teesside we don't really have a delicacy that is from our region, not one that I would consider eating anyway lol

Everyone here seems to love "Parmo's". I personally don't eat them because;

A) I don't eat meat
B) They look like this...

http://i2.photobucket.com/albums/y33/viper456/parmo.jpg

eww lmao Its what everyone gets at the end of a drunken night out.

Its basically, "chicken fillet" with breadcrumbs, bechamel sauce and cheese on the top.

Yeah I feel sick now lol.