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what are your favorite dishes/food?
fivers
post Apr 6 2009, 04:32 PM
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- springrolls -the real ones, not lumpia lol
- fried rice
- tom yam soup or noodle soup
- beef with onion, chinese dish mmmmmmmmm
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- Happy Meal @McDo *yum yum*
- turkey, cranberries, mashed potatoes & gravy yummie
- steak & french fries
- spaghetti bolognese
- eggs on plate
- cake

etc. etc.

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post Apr 9 2009, 10:01 PM
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You have something against lumpia or something? Huh? Huh? lol jk girl!

But I like Italian, seafood, thai and mexican!!! yummy! biggrin.gif
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post Apr 14 2009, 10:12 PM
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yeaaaaa babyyy this what im talkin bout
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post May 10 2009, 06:57 PM
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Gosh, I love eating in general so this is a difficult decision! laugh.gif

My favourites are:

Dim Sum / Char Siu / Shanghainese food
Sushi / Tempura / Teriyaki / Teppanyaki
Thai Green Curry / Pad Thai
Moroccan dishes, especially Lamb Tagine
Seafood (all kinds)
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post May 16 2009, 03:04 PM
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Relyenong bangus and tortang eggplant...
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post May 16 2009, 05:00 PM
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I just ate some homemade samosas (made by a Muslim, who learned from Indians) and they were bangin.

Otherwise... eel sushi, anything with ddeok, soon dubu jjigae, homemade spaghetti and meatballs (my mum is Italian), strawberries, kiwi, cheese...
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post May 16 2009, 05:02 PM
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samosas mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm biggrin.gif


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post May 16 2009, 05:08 PM
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We had this awesome yoghurt + mint chutney dip to go with them too. Amazing.
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post May 19 2009, 06:13 AM
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Eggs on a plate?? Literally?

I <3 thai food.
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post Jan 18 2010, 11:33 PM
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Sashimi
Sea Urchin eggs
Raw Oysters
Mexican Clam cocktails
Caveche
Yakiniku
Yakitori
Okonomiyaki
Yakisoba
Pork Ramen
Udon
Sukiyaki
Shabu Shabu
Tonsoku
Kakuni
Japanese Hamburger
Japanese chicken Fry
Omlete Rice
Curry Rice
etc...


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post Jan 19 2010, 09:42 PM
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post Jan 20 2010, 02:07 AM
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This gets to to the heart of rustic European cooking and sounds like something I'd dream about being served in the French countryside.

I take restaurant advice form all kinds, but quite frankly I prefer to know that the advisor eats spicy foods, likes seafood, and has no major food fears. I like to know the person is willing to seek out simple foods from a hole-in-the-wall as well as upscale dining. That way, if they say something really sends them, I know it is not based on severely limited food experiences.

So, yeah, I'd rather go with someone who waxes eloquent about picking through a lievre a la royale or a sichuan ox stomach than someone who only eats the dainty stuff.


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post Jan 21 2010, 04:03 AM
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lobster, crab, cooked in the Chinese style

A nice bowl of hot shark fin soup

Glass of red wine to wash it all down
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post Jan 22 2010, 12:13 AM
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there is too many types of food to list them all that i like.

but i don't like italian and mexican that much for some reason. for european, i like french and some mediterranean because it's all about the flavors or seasonings that determine what i like about food. i like the use of citrus and fresh herbs but for the most part i like the clean flavors of east asian and southeast asian cuisine.
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post Jan 22 2010, 09:40 AM
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i luv asian food. when i crave japanese, i usually go for sashimi with tako or octopus or sometimes chicken udon. when i crave chinese, i go for sauteed scallops and hot and sour soup. when i crave vietnamese, i usually go for pho or the beef and vegetable sauteed with rice and soup dish. i like steam fish or deep fried fish too. when i crave thai, i go for the hot and sour tom yum soup with papaya salad with the salty crab. gotta have the crab. when i crave korean, i go for the bbq but sometimes i'll have the bulgogi or galbi. i like how they bring u like eight different condiments while u eat.

when i crave cambodian, i usually go for the prahok with medium rare beef or phnom penh noodles. i've had filipino food a few times cause i have in laws who are filipino which is pretty much like other asian food except dont know too much. i want to try indian food cause it smells bomb but never had anyone take me. my buddy has an indian girlfriend but he hasnt taken me yet. when i am really hungry, i'll go for a chicken taco, carne asada burrito, burger, or pizza. italian is once an a while. definitely, that churchs or popeyes chicken is off the hook. wanna try french food but never went to a french restaurant. but i do crave vietnamese, japanese, and churchs chicken the most. since those foods are pretty simple. i think thats why vietnamese and japanese food, u can eat more often cause its so simple but good.

i had to edit and add that japanese curry with the seafood or the chicken or pork cutlet. mmmmmm. hurry curry of tokyo babee, west los angeles.

lol at chiu, now i know u are japanese for sure. yeah, raw oysters, crawfish, and dungenous crab. bangin. boiling crab or rockin crawfish, westminster babee.

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post Jan 22 2010, 09:41 AM
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QUOTE (boobu @ Jan 21 2010, 09:13 PM) *
there is too many types of food to list them all that i like.

but i don't like italian and mexican that much for some reason. for european, i like french and some mediterranean because it's all about the flavors or seasonings that determine what i like about food. i like the use of citrus and fresh herbs but for the most part i like the clean flavors of east asian and southeast asian cuisine.


i feel u. i dont like italian or mexican that much either. although mexican is okay.i prefer french and mediterranean food because of the seasonings. thats what makes asian food asian food, the seasonings. well, the few times i've had french and mediterranean food.

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post Jan 22 2010, 09:47 AM
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QUOTE (PeterKChan @ Jan 21 2010, 01:03 AM) *
lobster, crab, cooked in the Chinese style

A nice bowl of hot shark fin soup

Glass of red wine to wash it all down


thats wussup biggthumpup.gif.
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post Jan 22 2010, 01:50 PM
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also carribean food is really good and similar to some spanish dishes. they use a lot of citrus and fresh herbs. jerk grilled chicken, a salad and beans and rice etc with tropical fruits. very healthy and delicious.
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post Jan 25 2010, 02:05 AM
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Nigerian food

Just had some goat and Cow leg Egusi with white Yam Fufu

Wow! African food is excellent!!!!

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