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What's your favorite "Ethnic " Food.

Discussion in 'Food Forum' started by bachchoy, Jan 4, 2005.

  1. bachchoy

    bachchoy Bond

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    I like Korean, Thai, Chinese, and Vietnamese food.


    I also enjoy German, Spanish, and Italian foods as well!
     
  2. Garweh

    Garweh CLM

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    Let's see;

    Mexican, Oriental (hot and spicy, all those mentioned plus Malaysian), Spanish, Cuban. And then the mother of many great cuisines; French!
     

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    chevrofreak Senior Member

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    Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Thai, Malaysian. I love oriental foods.
     
  4. hunt55

    hunt55 J.R. Hunt

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    Tex-Mex tops my list!
     
  5. mhambi

    mhambi κολασμένος

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    Pap & Wors (dish, not ethnicity)

    Mexican
    Italian
     
  6. okie

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    Italian and mexician food
     
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    Now my 2 favorite foods on the planet if I should be left with only 2 choices would be Sicilian ( which btw is not really italian food) and numerous Mexican dish. And if you wanted a region in Mexico it would be the lower half and more from guanajuato, to oaxaca and belize/yucatan region. Classifiy just Italian and Mexican is like classifing ALL american foods all the same or in one group. Each area ( Italy and mexico e.g ) has differenet foods, herbs, and methods for cooking, with dishes totally different for that region.

    e.g

    >Italian food in the northern regions near france are nowhere the same as the south areas near naples or sicily

    > Northern Mexico food vrs central and southern take on a whole different fla-va.

    Also common foods we have in USA that everybody label as "Italian" and "Mexican" are a joke and nowhere the same as in their true countries.


    Alot of people truely think Taco Hell , oops Taco Bell is mexican food. Likewise for Olive garden for italian.
     
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    Tex-Mex
    Cajun
    Creole (Nawlins style)
    Italian
     
  9. Glockman67

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    There's a man with a sense of taste!

    ^c

    You can have your Big Mac's, but nothing beats a Oyster Po' Boy!

    gman67
     
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    I'm kinda partial to haggis...
     
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    Bill D Millennium Member

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    Southern-meatloaf, mashed potatoes, greenbeans, etc.,Mexican, Italian, Chinese.
    I have stopped eating Spanish, French, German, and Costco hot dogs!
     
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    indian
    greek
    japanese
    just about any mid-eastern cuisine
    mexican -- too bad really good mexican restaurants are few and far between

    i dont' consider italian food ethnic -- it's just everyday FOOD for me!!! ;f ;f
     
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    Italian and cajun;c
     
  14. gordonfactor

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    Italian is tops with me. My Mom makes an unbelievable homemade sauce that has EVERYTHING in it. She empties the frezzer with pork, beef, chicken, sausage and spices like you wouldn'y believe. Her Lasagna is literally to die for!

    When I cook for myself, I like to make something a little spicy, Mexcian or Cajun style. Nothing like slowly torturing your taste buds with "one more habanero!"
     
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    ateamer NRA4EVR

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    Mexican and Thai. I just discovered Thai a couple weeks ago when a new restaurant opened down the street. I didn't realize how much I liked Mexican food until the first couple weeks being off work after my current injury. We eat Mexican food two or three nights a week at work and I have gotten addicted.
     
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    Vietnamese pho is wonderful and way cheap.

    -Lonnie
     
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    Real Mexican food. Not the stuff I have ever gotten in a restaurant but what I have been served at a Hispanic friend's table. Especially the fresh out of the pan homade tortillias!

    I stick my nose into the pot/pan while they are cooking so I can make this stuff at home ;f
     
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    Problem with that is very good pho places is few and far between.

    gman67
     
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    I guess that depends on where you live. They are plentiful where I live and when I lived in southern CA, there were many as well. I have never seen one in New England.

    -Lonnie
     
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    I was on travel early this year in New Port, RI. To my pleasant surprise, there was a wonderful Pho joint right outside my hotel. ;+