What is your favorite cuisine?
It varies, I like Italian, Chinese, Thai, mild Indian, occasionally middle Eastern, and of course British.
American Cuisine.... as in Italian American, French American, German American, Ukrainian American, Japanese American, Chinese American, Greek American, Korean American, etc., etc., etc..
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Mediterranean.. Greek, Turkish, Moroccan etc
Italian for me like most dishes
tomato fired egg
Italian and tex-mex
Korean but I will love to try Indian food.
Spain I never thought much of Spanish cuisine until I visited Spain. I was blown away. The paella I had in Valencia (every day) was amazing and there is a wide diversity paella styles which can be had. In Bilbao I had pintxos, which is their version of tapas. I also discovered Txakoli, which is a white wine made in the Basque country. I think San Sebastain might be the best food city in Europe and perhaps the world. One of my pleasures of in France was going to a store and buying cheap Roquefort cheese Argentinean asado is the finest BBQ in the world. All of my plans to return to Argentina revolve around food.
Ramen noodle spaghetti
I haven't tried a lot but I will say Korean and Chinese.
Shrimp chow mein
What is there to eat? Seafood, pork, chicken, goat, waterbuffalo, other. I normally fix a American stile. Wife fix's Asian.
Chinese dumplings, roast duck, white cut chicken and braised fish.
I think American
Jake No Chat
American, French, Italian, Greek, Chinese, Korean, Tibetan.
yo quero taco bell but I have to cross the border