Post pictures of your country's cuisine (food thread)

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#1 Posted by indzman (17532 posts) -

India, 'bengali' cuisine ( chicken ( kosha ), fish ( sorshe ilish ), pulao, luchi, dal, aloo/ begun bhaja, chop, payesh, chutney and salad )

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sweets ( rossogolla)

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snacks (samosa)

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OT?

Post pictures of your country's cuisine.Your favourite cuisine of your country.

#2 Posted by Celldrax (14591 posts) -

Aussie BBQ :P

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#3 Posted by SirWander (5176 posts) -

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#4 Posted by BiancaDK (18297 posts) -
its actually just pizza denmark has the most pizzarias per citizen we have almost no food culture here, so whatever was the most easily imported, de facto became our food culture
#5 Posted by indzman (17532 posts) -

its actually just pizza denmark has the most pizzarias per citizen we have almost no food culture here, so whatever was the most easily imported, de facto became our food cultureBiancaDK

Didn't knew Pizza is Denmarks speciality, used to know Italy

#6 Posted by BiancaDK (18297 posts) -

[QUOTE="BiancaDK"]its actually just pizza denmark has the most pizzarias per citizen we have almost no food culture here, so whatever was the most easily imported, de facto became our food cultureindzman

Didn't knew Pizza is Denmarks speciality, used to know Italy

can't blame you since danes weren't aware of this neither, 'til a newspaper made us concious of the fact we had more pizzarias available to us than the italians it just kinda' snug up on us, we were too busy focusing on the mcdonalds and 7-11s baby-bites sprouting up in every corner
#7 Posted by iloverikku11 (11039 posts) -

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guess...

#8 Posted by Optical_Order (5100 posts) -

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#9 Posted by indzman (17532 posts) -

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guess...

iloverikku11

No idea

#10 Posted by SirWander (5176 posts) -

[QUOTE="iloverikku11"]

guess...

indzman

No idea

It's Canada

#11 Posted by indzman (17532 posts) -

[QUOTE="indzman"]

[QUOTE="iloverikku11"]

guess...

SirWander

No idea

It's Canada

Ahhh ! What are they called?

#12 Posted by dercoo (12555 posts) -

Cincinnati chili

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#13 Posted by SirWander (5176 posts) -

Ahhh ! What are they called?

indzman

a guaranteed heart attack.

#14 Posted by indzman (17532 posts) -

giggle

#15 Posted by notsoawesome (634 posts) -

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halo-halo perfect for the hot summer days

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chicken inasal

#16 Posted by Bikouchu35 (7384 posts) -

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halo-halo perfect for the hot summer days

notsoawesome

Do tell, whats those red beady stuff? Also where can I get this. What flavor is that ice cream/froyo?

#17 Posted by Mario_Eater (344 posts) -

Aussie BBQ :P

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Celldrax
Since celldrax posted so well, I am just going to quote this... I couldn't have said it better myself.
#18 Posted by PiscesChick93 (10687 posts) -

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Full English breakfast

#19 Posted by Bane_09 (3394 posts) -

Wings, this picture kinda looks like poop though

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#20 Posted by Mkavanaugh77 (20759 posts) -

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#21 Posted by lonewolf604 (8518 posts) -
Filipino-Canadian here. I think filipino food is disgusting, so I'll post a Canadian popular dish:
#22 Posted by sexyweapons (5302 posts) -

fish-and-chips.jpgPretty much this all over England

#23 Posted by sexyweapons (5302 posts) -

Filipino-Canadian here. I think filipino food is disgusting, so I'll post a Canadian popular dish:  lonewolf604

looks great!

#24 Posted by bats94 (736 posts) -

Iskender Kebab, a Turkish delicacy

This is iskender kebab, which is amazing (Turkish cuisine)

#25 Posted by Tylendal (14680 posts) -

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Salmiak. Some of my favorite are the Double Zout, because not only are they delicous, you can trick people into eating them, and then savour the look of horror on their faces as they feel the burning sensation of the ammonium chloride salt.

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Pickled Herring. Squeaky when you bite it.

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Muisjes. Delicious, very sweet with a hint of anise. Melts into a tasty paste on hot, buttered toast.

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Kapucijners. Warm up and serve with bacon bits, and onion marinated in vinegar and black-pepper.

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Oliebollen. These are pretty much what donut stores refer to as Dutchies, which bugs me to no end.

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Chocolate letters, generally something recieved at Christmas.

#26 Posted by flipin_jackass (9726 posts) -

wafflehouse.jpg

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Optical_Order
f*** yea!
#27 Posted by Lonelynight (30041 posts) -
  ?
#28 Posted by flipin_jackass (9726 posts) -

Anyway, since I'm filipino canadian, I'll just post one from each: I've always like bistek from Phil:

...and poutine from Canada:

#29 Posted by Teenaged (31744 posts) -

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And finally this is kondosouvli. It's basically pork. The special thing about is that it is cut in small chunks and slowly spit-roasted over burning coal and the meat developes a delicious crust as you can see in the photo. I dont know if people usually cook pork like that in other countries.

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#30 Posted by heliuminside (96 posts) -

bagged.jpg.

Mkavanaugh77
We have it in Balkans too. :P
#31 Posted by fantasyfacade (8315 posts) -

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Irish Stew

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Champ

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Barmbrack

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Sometimes in that order. :P

#32 Posted by pie-junior (2821 posts) -
[QUOTE="indzman"]

[QUOTE="BiancaDK"]its actually just pizza denmark has the most pizzarias per citizen we have almost no food culture here, so whatever was the most easily imported, de facto became our food cultureBiancaDK

Didn't knew Pizza is Denmarks speciality, used to know Italy

can't blame you since danes weren't aware of this neither, 'til a newspaper made us concious of the fact we had more pizzarias available to us than the italians it just kinda' snug up on us, we were too busy focusing on the mcdonalds and 7-11s baby-bites sprouting up in every corner

It's nice to hear the fine cooking reality TV inspired phenomenon has skipped some western countries.
#33 Posted by Postmortem123 (7668 posts) -

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:D

#34 Posted by lancea34 (6912 posts) -
 Traditional Romanian dish, sarmale. Meat, rice and small bis of onion wrapped up in a cabbage leaf.
#35 Posted by pie-junior (2821 posts) -
Teenaged has made me terribly hungry. I like how you took, what seems to be, the charitaristic middle-eastern taboon pita bread thing, usually filled with beef or chicken, and filled it with pork. that's like a violation of an islamic tenet, IIRC.
#36 Posted by themajormayor (25736 posts) -

We don't have any cuisine so I'll post some really good Chinese food instead

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#37 Posted by MonsieurX (29964 posts) -
Stop posting poutine as canadian...you can barely find them outside of Quebec
#38 Posted by metroidprime55 (17657 posts) -

sfg.

#39 Posted by freedomfreak (39935 posts) -

muisjes-gestampte.jpg

Muisjes. Delicious, very sweet with a hint of anise. Melts into a tasty paste on hot, buttered toast.

Oliebollen.jpg

Oliebollen. These are pretty much what donut stores refer to as Dutchies, which bugs me to no end.

chocolate-letter.jpg

Chocolate letters, generally something recieved at Christmas.

Tylendal


oh yeah...oh yeah..fvck yeah...

#40 Posted by Chicken453 (2038 posts) -

Curry Goat, so nice like my third favorite dish.

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Keema, even thought i'm not indian, i had this all the time as a kid as I use to always go round my next door neighbours, i'm basicly apart off their family now.

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And finalliy a brazilian dish that my gran use to cook, acaraje, my gran makes the best food.

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#41 Posted by d_parker (1715 posts) -

Canada here.

I like a good hamburger, he's a pic of one I enjoyed:

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I also enjoy a hotdog, especially with bacon, here's a pic:

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Poutine, fries covered in gravy and cheese, is nice too, here's a pic:

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Perogies, made golden brown and slathered with onions and sour cream are good too, here's a pic:

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And for dessert, some red velvet cake, here's a pic:

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Hmm, I didn't see many fruits or vegetables in that line up, that might explain my waist...

#42 Posted by imaps3fanboy (11172 posts) -

072711-FOOD-1+-+Chicago+Deep+Dish+Pizza.

chicago deep dish

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chicago hot dog

and

last but not least

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THE ALMIGHTY DOUBLE DOWN

#43 Posted by musicalmac (22962 posts) -

Aussie BBQ :P

Celldrax
Dinner for two, I presume? :P
#44 Posted by kingkong0124 (8710 posts) -

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pastrami

#45 Posted by musicalmac (22962 posts) -


Pretty accurate representation of our cuisine.
#46 Posted by kraychik (2433 posts) -

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Hummus with oil and flatbread and sprinkled paprika.

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A popular dish among Russians. Shredded carrots and onions fried, then added to basmati rice with a lot of whole cooked garlic and beef/lamb. The rice has been cooked in the meat and vegetable broth, so it has a lot of flavour.

#47 Posted by kraychik (2433 posts) -

Curry Goat, so nice like my third favorite dish.

P1040865.JPG

Keema, even thought i'm not indian, i had this all the time as a kid as I use to always go round my next door neighbours, i'm basicly apart off their family now.

chapatiwithkeema.jpg

And finalliy a brazilian dish that my gran use to cook, acaraje, my gran makes the best food.

acaraje.jpg

Chicken453
I used to have a close Indian friend before a falling out with her, I remember her mother made great food - naan, yogurt, dahl, and all sorts of vegetarian dishes. They never made those restaurant specialities like butter chicken, but yeah... Indian food is special.
#48 Posted by kraychik (2433 posts) -

Canada here.

I like a good hamburger, he's a pic of one I enjoyed:

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I also enjoy a hotdog, especially with bacon, here's a pic:

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Poutine, fries covered in gravy and cheese, is nice too, here's a pic:

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Perogies, made golden brown and slathered with onions and sour cream are good too, here's a pic:

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And for dessert, some red velvet cake, here's a pic:

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Hmm, I didn't see many fruits or vegetables in that line up, that might explain my waist...

d_parker

I love perogies like that, especially with the fried onions and sour cream. You can step up your game by adding minced fresh garlic and shredded cheese.

And of course, you can't beat a great homemade burger - a food fit for a King - mayonaisse, cheese, garlic, onions, pickles, ketchup, mustard, toasted bun... it's a perfect food.

#49 Posted by kraychik (2433 posts) -

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I actually took these photographs of a salad I made awhile ago to show someone a recipe. This is a salad I grew up. It's relatively popular among Russians - it's simply shredded carrots, mayonaisse, fresh minced garlic, a little bit of sugar. I add halved roasted almonds. It's really easy, fast, and delicious. And arguably nutritious.

#50 Posted by indzman (17532 posts) -

[QUOTE="Chicken453"]

Curry Goat, so nice like my third favorite dish.

P1040865.JPG

Keema, even thought i'm not indian, i had this all the time as a kid as I use to always go round my next door neighbours, i'm basicly apart off their family now.

chapatiwithkeema.jpg

And finalliy a brazilian dish that my gran use to cook, acaraje, my gran makes the best food.

acaraje.jpg

kraychik

I used to have a close Indian friend before a falling out with her, I remember her mother made great food - naan, yogurt, dahl, and all sorts of vegetarian dishes. They never made those restaurant specialities like butter chicken, but yeah... Indian food is special.

mmm