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What is your favorite ethnic cuisine?

Mexican/Souhwestern
3
14%
Korean
0
No votes
Thai
1
5%
Italian
1
5%
REAL Chinese
4
18%
REAL Japaneses
6
27%
Halal/Middle Eastern
3
14%
Indian
1
5%
German (sausage, beer, and chocolate)
1
5%
Other (see my post below)
2
9%
 
Total votes : 22

What is your favorite cuisine?

Postby mistavengeance » May 8. 2009, 00:54

Originally, I wanted to title this, what is your SECOND favorite cuisine, because I assumed that everyone knows that Thai food is better than anything else, ever, with its perfect combination of Indian spices, Chinese sensibilities, and Thai ingredients.

I realized, though, how many fools are on this site.

So express your foolish opinions below...

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Postby hawaiianboi67 » May 8. 2009, 00:55

Hawaiian is my favorite.
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Postby mistavengeance » May 8. 2009, 00:56

hawaiianboi67 wrote:Hawaiian is my favorite.


Big surprise there...

But really, tell us what it consists of? I'm not familiar with the dishes...
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Postby hawaiianboi67 » May 8. 2009, 01:09

mistavengeance wrote:
hawaiianboi67 wrote:Hawaiian is my favorite.


Big surprise there...

But really, tell us what it consists of? I'm not familiar with the dishes...


Here is the hawaiian part of the menu at my favorite restaurants.

HAWAIIAN MENU
(All combos include Rice or Poi, Lomi Salmon, Pipikaula, Haupia)
#1 STEW COMBO* (choice of Beef, Tripe or Naau Pua'a) $8.45
#2 KALUA PIG COMBO* $8.95
#3 LAU LAU COMBO* $9.25
SUPER COMBO - Add Kalua Pig to any combo $2

ALA CARTE
Beef Stew* - Regular $4.95, Small $3.85
Tripe Stew - Regular $4.95, Small $3.85
Naau Pua'a - Regular $4.95, Small $3.85
Squid Luau (available Mon-Wed-Fri) - $3.65
Chicken Long Rice (available Mon-Wed-Fri) - $3.65
Lau Lau - $3.95
Kalua Pig - $3.85
Dry Pipikaula* - Double $9.65, Regular $4.95, Small $3.90
Wet Pipikaula - $4.15
Pipipulehu BBQ - $5.10
Butterfish 'n Stew Gravy* - $5.25
Huakai Egg Soup - Regular $2.50, Small $1.75
Lomi Ahi - Regular $4.85, Small $3.65
Lomi Salmon - Regular $4.85, Small $3.65
Poke (Sesame or Limu) - item & price subject to availability
Poi - Regular $2.35, Small $1.95
Rice - Double $2.25, Regular $1.40, Small $.90
Raw Onions with Salt - $.50
Haupia - $1.00
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Postby mistavengeance » May 8. 2009, 01:12

OK, but... what does it taste like? What spices/vegetables/sauces are used?
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Postby hawaiianboi67 » May 8. 2009, 01:48

mistavengeance wrote:OK, but... what does it taste like? What spices/vegetables/sauces are used?


I think it would be better if you would google the name of the dishes and look for a recipe. I like so much of the item on the menu I could be here for ever trying to explain.

for ex: kalua pig is cook in a IMU (a Hawaiian underground oven). How I would have to tell you how we make our underground ovens.

Or LauLau it a pork, beef or fish (or they could all be put in together) dish rapped in Taro leaf then in a Ti leaf. Now I would have to tell you what a Taro leaf or a Ti leaf is.Which is also cook in the IMU. See what Im saying is it could get a little complicated

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Postby MMA_Addicted » May 8. 2009, 02:02

It's really hard for me to say, because what I love is variety. In most things... I hardly ever bring home the same kind of beer twice in a row. The same with my food, when I go out to eat.

But I guess Japanese would probably have to be my favorite, all the different kinds of rolled sushi (I know, probably not REAL Japanese), and nigiri octopus, eel, tuna, whitefish... of course with the wasabi, and that spicy red or orange sauce they put on stuff..... and anything cooked teppan yaki style is going to be awesome. After that... I love most Italian food and most Mexican food. Not really a fan of southwestern though. Not much Thai around here, I'll have to try it sometime.
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Postby freeindeed » May 8. 2009, 08:45

No choice of French?

Have you ever eaten in France? It's by far the richest cuisine in the world. More like an artform - and imo far surpasses any of the choices given.

My favourites that i cook for myself would be indian & thai.
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Postby Blaxuan » May 8. 2009, 14:41

freeindeed wrote:No choice of French?

Have you ever eaten in France? It's by far the richest cuisine in the world. More like an artform - and imo far surpasses any of the choices given.

My favourites that i cook for myself would be indian & thai.


I'm surprised at you, free. Cuisine is like language; none is richer than any other as they all have an infinite capacity for change.

That said, I love me a furburger and side of thighs.
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Postby The Black Dragon » May 8. 2009, 15:17

I like good Mexican food. Being raised in Colorado, I got a good sampling of it, and if it's done right, its awesome.

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Postby mistavengeance » May 8. 2009, 20:51

freeindeed wrote:No choice of French?

Have you ever eaten in France? It's by far the richest cuisine in the world. More like an artform - and imo far surpasses any of the choices given.

My favourites that i cook for myself would be indian & thai.


Bah. mediocre chocolate and overpowering sauces are the best parts of French food.
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Postby gsterism » May 8. 2009, 21:59

I love the taste of Japanese cuisine and you can eat a ton of it and it doesnt make you feel all shitty with niggeritis.
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Postby freeindeed » May 8. 2009, 22:24

Blaxuan wrote:
freeindeed wrote:No choice of French?

Have you ever eaten in France? It's by far the richest cuisine in the world. More like an artform - and imo far surpasses any of the choices given.

My favourites that i cook for myself would be indian & thai.


I'm surprised at you, free. Cuisine is like language; none is richer than any other as they all have an infinite capacity for change.

That said, I love me a furburger and side of thighs.


That sounds like a bit of a politically correct view of things. Of course in one sense nothing is 'better' than anything else. A childs scribblings are equal to a Picasso, David Hasselhoff is equal to Bob Dylan.

A culture that has had centuries of the art of making food as a national obsession, inevitably has a richer cuisine than a culture that doesn't give a shit. French food is better than English food, period.
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Postby Sariyah89 » May 10. 2009, 14:13

I love Moroccan food (my parents are moroccan) !
And Middle Eastern food!
And Indian food!
And Pakistani food!
And Italian food!
And Thai food!
And Chinese food!

Generally I like everything that is spicy (Masala, Curry, Ras-El-Hanout [Moroccan spice mix with usually 45 different spices in it). I think Swiss cuisine is just too homogenous concerning that, but that's because you won't find any spices here, except the different alpine herbs you can find here.



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