What is your favorite cuisine? What cuisines have you tried and liked?

    Italian, Mexican, Indian, Thai,  Chinese, Japanese, American, Middle Eastern?

    Queen bed Asked on July 31, 2019 in OFF TOPIC.
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      My favorite is Lebanese and Greek food (they are similar).  My least favorite is Chinese (I don’t like rice or the sauces), but I recently had dim sum for the first time and enjoyed it, plus it was a fun experience.

      Fell out of ... Answered on July 31, 2019.
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        I have tried everything you mentioned except for the Middle Eastern. I would say my favorite tends to be American food. But it is very common to select Greek, Chinese, or Mexican when going out. It’s a lot like my music, I like potpourri of styles, it’s a particular song, or dish, I love rather than the genre.

        Under the stars Answered on July 31, 2019.
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          1.) Italian

          2) BBQ (incl. brisket & steak)

          3) Asian

          Hammock Answered on July 31, 2019.
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            Like Luckyinlove, I’m into Greek and Lebanese food which are very similar. So delicious and fresh! Italian is also a special treat since I typically limit carbs. I also like traditional Mexican cuisine. I also enjoy a traditional English breakfast minus the black pudding. ARG, now I’m hungry!

            King bed Answered on July 31, 2019.
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              Chinese, Mexican, pizza, Mediterranean, American smoked (Go Rectec Grills!)

              On the floor Answered on July 31, 2019.
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                I have had: Italian, Mexican, Thai,  Chinese, Japanese, and American, in the last month, and I like them all. That is to say, I like the probably very Americanized versions of those ethnic foods. (It’s been a takeout kind of a month.) And there are certain universal caveats against all of them:  NO SPICY!! (When did it become so fashionable to make every stinkin’ recipe in the world full of spicy peppers?! I have to altar almost every recipe I clip to try!!) Anyway, I have had Indian food; I’m not saying all Indian food is disgusting, but what I had was. And it smelled nasty, too. I’ve only had very limited Middle Eastern samples, but liked what I had. One of our best romantic vacation meals ever was at a Greek restaurant. And my new favorite restaurant in our town is German.

                I love to MAKE my own tortillas, fresh salsa, and guacamole and basic Italian foods.

                DH loves every ethnicity as long as it’s chicken fingers. 😀  Just kidding, he’s approximately 65% as culinarily adventurous as I am. Fortunately, we are more similar in adventurousness when it comes to sex. ;P

                Under the stars Answered on July 31, 2019.
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                  All of the above, bonus points if it’s spicy! The only food I’m not fond of is seafood. I’ll usually try anything at least once. I really like Indian, especially a good vindaloo, but it’s rare to find really good Indian in the US. The best Indian food I’ve had was in London.

                  California King Answered on July 31, 2019.

                  Well Jpops, since everything you said is literally the opposite of me, it looks like we’ll never share a meal! Lol!

                  on August 1, 2019.
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                    I was told healthy Indian food is good for health and helps boost testosterone and sex drive.  Spices like Cardamom, Ashwagandha, Carom Seeds, Garlic, Turmeric etc. (Ayurvedic cuisine). Most of the Indian food in US may not be healthy

                    Queen bed Answered on August 1, 2019.
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                      I like most American and Itilian dishes. There are a few dishes from other cultures like chinese, and Afghan that I like as well.

                      Queen bed Answered on August 1, 2019.
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                        I like Japanese and Mediterranean

                        Double bed Answered on August 3, 2019.
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