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Post your countries traditional cuisine.

This is a full English breakfast or a "fry up" as we call it here.
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>>9275151
In the U.S. we eat the ashes of our enemies, and feed on the entree of victory.
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Fish and chips with curry sauce for life mayne
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I couldn't settle on one national dish, so I've provided an image of both at the same time; Kraft dinner and poutine.
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>>9275189
Kraft dinner and no ketchup on top? Are you really Canadian?
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>>9275151
what a shitty breakfast, no wonder you faggots have crooked teeth and are all mentally ill inbred fucks.

>what little fiber is there was probably damage to kingdom come because it was probably fried or had lard or butter added to it
>shit ton of unnecessary fat
>probably salt as all hell
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My country's traditional cuisine is shitposts.

See pic related. This is what we consider peasant food.
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>>9275160
If that were actually true, you wouldn't be the fattest nation on earth.
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>>9275189
I would actually eat this with ketchup.
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Australia - Meat Pie with Mashed Peas and Gravy
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>>9275449
That looks incredibly delicious.
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>>9275449
Damn that looks good
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>>9275160

You must be hungry, camel jockeys keep blowing you the fuck out.
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>>9275151

Why not just eat a block of lard?
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Italy: Blood sausage
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>>9275151
Not actually from Mexico but I'm always having pozole
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>>9275307
Actually, it is true. We're fat because we eat defeated ashes and victory slop.

Step up your game and learn reading comprehension you fucking retard
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I'm from Custodia, and here the national dish is Hot Pockets. It's all we really eat.
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Menudo, tripe soup
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>>9275307
sorry yuro mexico has a higher obesity rating than us
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that's not a full breakfast you mong
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>>9275151
That's not a fry up you faggot.

That's eggs, bacon, chips and beans.
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>>9275814
Actually Mexico was the fattest a few years ago, but the US has retaken the top spot according to the latest statistics.
>The obesity rate for American adults (aged 15 and over) came in at a whopping 38.2%, which puts the birthplace of the hamburger and the Cronut at the top of the heftiest-nations-in-the-world rankings, according to an updated survey from the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development.

>Running at a not-too-close second is border pal Mexico, with 32.4% of population considered obese, followed by New Zealand, Hungary and Australia (the U.K. comes in at No. 6). The skinniest nations are Japan, with a tiny 3.7% of the population tipping the scales, followed by India, Korea, Indonesia and China. And across much of Europe, less than 20% of the population can be considered obese
http://www.marketwatch.com/story/the-us-is-the-most-obese-nation-in-the-world-just-ahead-of-mexico-2017-05-19
https://www.oecd.org/health/obesity-update.htm
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>>9275874
>Hungary
How ironic
Italy eat nothing but high carbs and fats, the Mediterranean diet puzzles me as I eat nothing but chip butties with lard spread and I'm fat as fuck.
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>>9275449
Only a britcuck putts fucking mashed peas or gravy on a pie.

The pie is the self contained meal, the only thing you add is tomato sauce.
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>>9275170
you know perfectly well that's a battered sausage
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>>9275951
>Playing golf with a peas, gravy and a pie
He said he was an ausfag you spaz.
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>>9275151
>no black pudding
>no toast
>no sausage
>no mushroom
>no tomato
>no tea

Fuck off
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>>9275151
do americans really eat this?
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>>9276052
Came here to post this, OP is a massive todger with no class.
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>>9275449
God tier, mate.
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>>9275874
>no fatties
>over 1/3 of adults removed from dating pool
>TIME magazine claims 40% obesity in american women

the dating pool is, dare i say it, slim.
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>>9276061
English isn't American. This is a dish from England. I live in America and honestly it seems like a bit much for breakfast. At most my breakfast consists of 3 things (eggs, bacon, toast) and that's if I'm going way overboard, most Americans don't even eat breakfast.
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>>9275151
>baked beans and fries for breakfast

As if I needed another reason to hate you people.
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>>9275151
>fucking chips
>full english

im ashamed to inhabit the same island as you
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>>9277041
How many people is that supposed to feed?
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>>9275151
Polish stuffed cabbage. Known as Gołąbki. (Pronounced: goh-wom-bki.) Possibly my favorite meal ever.
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>>9277087
>>9277041
seconding this question. i don't think a normal man eats that much. maybe at a buffet, but not for breakfast.
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>>9276939
>filename
>not cannibalism.jpg
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>>9277087
>>9277165
2-3
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>>9277189
hey that's not cool man
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Tunisian couscous with sheep intestines stuffed with vegetables and sheep meat.
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>>9275221
Keep crying.
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>>9277041
laughably small amount of baked beans
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>>9276976
Christ you blobs are autistic.
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>>9277196
t. Macaco
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Maple syrup and poutine-canada
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potatomash and meatballs is a Swedish favorite.
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Beans cooked with Aji de color (Fried paprika) and noodles.
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Poutine is great but probably the most proper original Canadian dish is tourtiere, it's a meat pie made with fish or various blends of pork, beef, and game. It seems basic but I've had some really good ones, very nice flavour considering how straightforward it is.
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>>9275721
>white
>hominy

Get on my level mexibro
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>>9277041
I've never understood the fried tomato
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>>9275151
>Chips
>Full English

U fucking wot
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>>9275151
underage fanny detected
fuck off cunt
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Pinnekjott. Norway.
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>>9275151
FULL???

That has less than half the government mandated and royally approved ingredients.
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republic of texas

chicken fried steak
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>>9278482
>Country
Looks like you live in the state of denial Anon.
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Spain.

Spain's gastronomy changes a lot throughout the country but homemade paella at home with the family makes me go to heaven and back.
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>>9278586
>shells
>heads with eyeballs looking at you
>lemon skins
Non-white countries need colonizing ASAP.
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>>9277500
I prefer blanco tbqh familia
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Canada.

Poutine, the only good thing Canadians have ever come up with.
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>>9278586
paella is god's gift to earth

southern gumbo. it doesn't count unless you use a whole chicken
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What does America have other than burgers and chili dogs
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you put food in this thing, thats pretty much all
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>>9279418
First of all lemon is not being cooked, they just placed it there before serving so you squeeze a bit of it on your plate then remove it.
Then about shrimps and shellfish not being prepared for eating in one bite is part of the fun of the dish. Plus Shrimp heads are a delicacy, and finding a shellfish casually stuffed with rice is one of the best bites in the thing.

Its a very rustic dish. Picky faggots like you need not apply. Plus Spain invented the term colonizing so you can get fucked about that kek.
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what kind of sauce is on these british breakfast beans? are these baked beans basically?
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>>9279673
the best cooks and restaurant owners immigrate from poor countries and open restaurants here.
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>>9275598
>>9275721
>>9277500
Pozole is better than menudo
If you wanna spend your day cleaning guts, have at it

I'll be eating a superior dish in the meantime
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Green chile stew
Piss easy and maximum comfy on cold nights
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>>9277041
Why is half that shit burned?
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>>9277041
>potato cakes
FUCK YES LAD
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>>9279943
i always thought that potato cakes was just the english word for tottie scones, obviously not
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>>9275151
As an american I'm here to say, I much prefer an English breakfast over an american one.
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>>9275151
In our fry we tend to have potato bread and soda bread, sausage and no chips in addition to the egg, bacon, beans etc (Ulster)
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>>9280062
I really like the US for breakfast stuff even though I'm not a fan of much else.
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>>9275449
>>9275466
>>9275469
>>9276076
Dont be fooled by that autistic loser. Anyone who thinks a pie with gravy and mashed peas is an Australian classic is a literal autist who's never ventured outside. Any true strayan will tell you its a plain dogs eye and dead horse (meat pie and tomato sauce). Whomever posted gravy and peas should dead set get the fuck out of this country
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>>9280070
I'm just not a fan of sweets at breakfast [spoiler]or in general really[/spoiler] and that's 90% of american breakfast.
Steak and Eggs and maybe an omelette are about the only things I'll ever get from the breakfast menu if I go out.
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>>9279935
All things considered it's a shitty meal. Usually we use it as a hangover cure.
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>>9275151
Do Americans really eat this for breakfast?
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>>9275151
Fuck off M8
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>>9277630

It's good, its sweet, fresh and sharp at the same time and cuts through all fatty meat. Its about the only healthy element on the plate as cooked tomatoes keep ball cancer away.
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>>9280077
>needing to explain what a dogs eye with dead horse is
youre not australian cunt
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>>9277193
>>9277041
>2-3 people
I call bullshit there. Drop the mushrooms and tomatoes, and I could fucking demolish that by myself. Especially when hung over.
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>>9279418
> Being this much of a child that you're triggered by citrus fruit
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>>9277630
Decoration innit.
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>>9275160
AMERICA
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>>9275598
OMG
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>>9280184
>one person could eat a 3 person meal
well yes
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>>9280371
Maybe three anorexics. I'm not even american, though.
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>>9280480
They served that in the movie Hook.
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>>9275893
>high quality carbs and fats
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>>9275721
menudo s always red in america
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>>9279690
>Shrimp heads are a delicacy
Only white people should be allowed to post here.
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>>9277102

>is pronounced om
fuck you polen
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African cuisine : Shallow fried Nothing on a plate
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>>9277500
I'm you but stronger
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>>9275721
UNA VELA
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>>9277087
looks like one of those challenge breakfasts. if i was hungover i could eat that all
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>>9278586
valencia pls
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>>9277041
>>9277087
>>9277165
>>9277193
>>9280184
Burger here. Yes, this would be no problem for me. I'd be hungry for lunch too.
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>>9280077
>dead set
G'DAY NOLZY, YA WINNIN'?
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Spanish omelette, tortilla de patata
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>>9275893
A normal portion of pasta/risotto here in Italy ranges from 80 to 100 grams. It's hard to get fat on that amount.
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delicious grilled sardines
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>>9281062
wat is this?
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>>9281136
>wat is this?
What part of tortilla de patata was hard to understand?
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>>9281140
all of it
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>>9275598
pozole for breakfast?

I always like chilaquiles.
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>>9281145

Potato Omelette, anon. It's undisputably Spain's national dish since you can have it good anywhere in the whole country.
As simple as it sounds, it's delicious. And trickier to get right than it seems.
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Thanking italy for all the pasta, I couldn't go without canelones or stuffed galets. Tough good noodles top it all.
>Tfw ended celiac.
Fk.
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Taiwan
beef noodles
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>>9281310

You guys mix seafood and meat in your paellas and fideua? I don't think i can dig that.
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>>9281329
It's more a Med Spanish thingie, we call mar i montanya (mountain and sea) and it can end very delicious. It really goes well with white fish and other mild seafood.
This one is of my prefered too, pig feets with lobster,sofrito, picada and snail. I can see than some people can be shocked and disgusted, but it goes well.
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>>9281368

I was asking you because i'm from Alicante myself and we don't mix that ever. The one you posted here sounds too good tho.
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>>9281407
>>9281407
No lo haceis? Me pensaba que era universal en las partes conquistadas por aragon, creo que en las Baleares lo hacen tambien. Aqui en catalunya es lo normal, un arroz/fideos con pollo y quizas unos mejillones o lo que sea para hacer bulto. Si te quieres poner pijo, yo le tiro rape, que el caldo que hace la cabeza es muy bueno.
Another dish I can't live without, noodles with a sofrito, black ink and calamari/squid.
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>>9281417

I was thinking you must be catalan because I don't think we do that in C.Valenciana. Seguro que está buenísimo también.

I'm from the furthest town possible in Alicante without it becoming murcia, and there's this very typical way of making paella which is pic related.

It's basically chicken paella with some local sausages+scrambled eggs then put in the oven. It's damn good, but I haven't put myself into doing it yet.
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>>9281287
Thanks! I want to go to Spain. Where is the best to go? Another anon told me the North is beautiful in the summer and less touristy.
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>>9281489
If you don't even think about going south during summer if you're not gonna strictly be near the sea.

And yeah, north coast is a better deal during the summer. I'd avoid both Madrid and Barcelona during these months too. Madrid is unbearably hot and Barcelona must be swarming with tourists.

Regarding /ck/ recommendations, i'm no expert but food is great in general in Spain, and north has the "finesse" vibe to its food, while rations being quite great. Don't expect tapas at all tho.
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>>9281514
Thanks. What's the best time of year overall to visit Spain? May?

What about the winter? Is it too cold then? I like to take a trip around Christmas/New Years since I have no friends or family.

Tapas is a Southern thing?
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>>9281464
That's an interesting way to do that.
I should study more about our own country, it's full of bizarre ways to cook stuff, every little village has some dish than only it's made there...
>>9281489
The north has some of the best cuisine in Spain (the best being the med part, i'm totally biased tough), Pais Vasco does a lot of interesting fish dishes and has the pintxos than are a bit like tapas but not really, Cantabria and Asturias are great too but are less known, but the king in seafood is Galicia, very comfy and with a very "Keltic" feel, Pulpo a feria is delicious and very simple.
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>>9281527
Thanks. Is the med very touristy? I imagine it all is but just hate to travel to places that are overrun. I speak decent Spanish and don't need the English crutch either.
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>>9281541
In the summer? Yeah, I would avoid it unless you want to party. The north at summer is more comfy and much less overrun with drunk brits doing stupid things. Depending of what you want, it's a very solid trip, specially if you like Green and nature parks.
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>>9281585
Thank you
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>>9275151
YOU ARE TINY BABY
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>>9275874
>mexico was the fattest
>usa is now the fattest

hmm wonder why
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>>9281637
>all those chips and toast
this guys is better >>9277041
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>>9281527
>I should study more about our own country, it's full of bizarre ways to cook stuff, every little village has some dish than only it's made there

After spending a year in the US, it only confirmed my bias towards Spain's god tier gastronomy. And don't get me wrong, US had its quirks and good stuff but it was kinda boring/tame in comparison.
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>>9277600
aji de gallina conchetumare
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Eggs Benedict, food of the gods! (ham and poached eggs on a muffin, covered in hollandaise sauce)
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>>9281917
Well, USA has a young culture , they change things too fast and don't really have much traditions, while Spain is the other way around.all the immigration only makes it worse because they have the flavour of the month stuff happening all the time and don't really refine stuff. But I'm sure in some of the crazy parts you will find the true flavours of USA, like Loisiana or Florida swamp dwellers, I would avoid big cities specially.
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Panama we have a dish called picadillo it is ground beef and spices and olives and capers.
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>>9279857
How do I make this?

Scotfag so equivalent ingredients and measurements appreciated?
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>>9282002
I think you're absolutely right. I'd love to try some alligator in the hillybilly parts of the US and stuff alike. Plus I think american trashfood itself deserves its own respect, i liked it a lot.

But yeah, there's lots in Spain and i never get enough of it. I was in Cadiz last september and tried these mofos for the first time ever. I thought it was a delicacy.
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>>9275660
I am having this for dinner tonight. Are you in the USA?
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>>9278482
seconded
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>>9282074
They are a good little treat, I really hate to eat camarones without being fried, the exosqueleton ends wonky, but my father loved them. For what I seen of USA trash food, it wasn't very apealing, Tacos, some fried food, some burgers in more "high" quality fast food places, I hate most of the breads there, quite soggy and sweet. But then I never eat in a mcdonalds or related unless I'm treated, and then only some select stuff like the nuggets or the mcflurry (I love that stuff).
Granada, not so far from Cadiz, it's quite a good city for tapeo, if I recall well they would give you a free tapa with every drink, a nice way to taste the feel of the city (and apart is quite a looker, lots of cool stuff to see).
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>>9282126

I found trash food in USA to be tasty and easy to like. Plus the not-so-trash burgers in bars were something to write home about for me.

I know granada is the Spanish capital for tapas, but couldn't really experiment this to its fullest when i went there in a high school trip. I know it's a great city, so anyone reading this circlejerk of a conversation should know Granada is such a great bite of Spain, in lots of senses.
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>>9275170
This is the danger of multiculturalism
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>>9275151
Azerbaijan - Pickle cheese
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>>9280480
Just a reminder that this is called an AB not a "halal snack pack" incase that's what you call it.
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>>9279442
That's semen
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>>9277467
>>9279541
Go back to europe, filthy mongrels.
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Germ/Pol food is best food.
>>9276062
Nice.
>>9277102
Polish grandmother made these often. Filling was ground beef or pork, onions, garlic, and lots of fresh herbs.
>>9278482
The onions and bacon in the green beans is a nice touch. Nap inducing meal.
>>9282005
Cuban friend makes similar. Delicious.
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>>9275170
>with curry sauce
Holy shit kill yourself dude. Europe is literally dead.
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>>9282465
Not everyone is scared of trying flavors other than HFCS and salt sharty.
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>>9275435
>wanting to mix gravy with tomato sauce
fucking sickos.

>>9275449
>>9275951
>>9280077
Mushy peas with your pie is a Southerner thing mostly but you can still get it up north.
Pie Floaters are pretty gud too, a bowl full of mushy peas with the pie floating in it, covered with mushy peas.

>>9275565
Nearly every European country has their own version of blood sausage. I've never had it, is it good? How's it taste? I'd imagine it'd taste metallic.
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>>9280077
>not wanting to cover your maggot bag with mushy peas
Wanna-be hard cunt this one, try harder next time mate.
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>>9275874
Wait, I thought Samoa was the fattest. Are they counting it as USA?
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>>9282465
>not feasting upon the imported exotic goods of your colonies
it's a former spoil of war
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>>9275874
Every "fat" country above the OECD index had its data collected by medical professionals, while every country but 4 below the index allowed people to submit their own height and weight. That is shitty science. Also, can we get rid of this BMI bullshit, because using it would make a 6'2" 275lb bodybuilder with 9% body fat "obese."
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>>9275951
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fried spam and eggs on top of white rice with a plate of kimchi on the side.
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>>9281637

Literal poison.
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English cuisine is just comfort food. If you've got a frying pan, you can make english cuisine from A to Z. I don't get if that's where the snobs come from or its the retards from Spain or south america that always seem to be haughty despite having nothing to be proud of.
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I am from America. And this is our traditional food. There's a national holiday centered around it.

Europoors have never heard of it and certainly could never afford it.
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>>9281253
Those chilaquiles aren't even slightly wet enough
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>>9283943
>>9283967

>its just comfort food

And im okay with that. I like it a lot, in fact. But when I traveled to both US and UK you could tell people didnt really care for their own gastronomy, just sorta eat whatever seems tasty enough and survive.

In UK there was little beyond fish and chips and the food plates you could get in pubs. In US the only time i got to experience local cuisine was in thanksgiving. Granted, it was delicious.
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>>9280057
You're correct, according to my image search.
I think there are potato cakes/tattie scones above the beans, and underneath some sort of grey black mush.
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>>9284110
You didn't have burgers, pizza or americanized Italian? We just take other peoples food and burgerize it, that's our shit.
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chicharrones de cerdo
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>>9284643
derp
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>>9275151
Fries with carbonnade a la Flamande, which is just beefstew made with dark beer. We make it every other weekend or so.
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>>9284110
You didn't eat some shit like chili, biscuits and gravy, corn bread, grits, BBQ, etc? Those are as American as it gets and that shit is everywhere in every diner in the Midwest and South. I don't believe you've actually been to the USA if you couldn't even find local US cuisine. You can spit and hit a local joint making some. We're supersaturated with restaurants here.
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I'm American but my mom is Tamil and made some traditional South Indian breakfast almost everyday.

Pic related, dosa, idli, chutneys, sambar. That shit is like cocaine.
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>>9282674
Europeans have been putting curry on literally everything for years now.
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>>9284155
This is my favourite food from Indonesia. When I order it I eat it with nasi kuning and green beans. Is that the way you eat it there too?
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>>9285656
I'm actually not a big fan of those

t.quad tamil
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>>9275151
>>9277041
>>9281637
The beans look so out of place
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>>9282465
>>9282674
Are you burgers telling me that you've never had a Chicken Tikka Masala?
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>>9281062
Damn you for making me miss my Spanish stepmom.
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>>9283967
Thanksgiving dinner is literally just new world faggots trying to recreate the traditional English roast dinner but without having the real ingredients to hand, LMAO
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You guys are giving me some recipe ideas. I thank you.
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>nobody posted the Brazilian national dish

mfw
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>>9282465
bro, that's the result of imperialism
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Traditional American full breakfast: eggs (2-3, scrambled or fried), hashbrowns or homefries, toast with butter and preserves, breakfast meat (bacon, sausage, ham, or all three) and pancakes with butter and syrup.

Not pictured: coffee and orange juice.
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>>9280554
red menudo best menudo
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Gyro for life.
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>>9279442
>implying it isn't from Africa
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>bongs eat french fries for breakfast
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>>9275198
>Taco bell
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>>9281648
Underrated post
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>>9283927
jej
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>>9279442
is that from jamal?
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>>9281329
I've only had paella in spain, do people have paella without seafood and meat in the mix?
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>>9287538

Yeah. I live in Spain and you'll occasionally find a place with a veggie paella.
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bout to get a fry up from my local cafe.
3 hash browns, beans, eggs, sausage, bacon, a few cups of tea

>>9285656
this is the good shit. exceptional.
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>>9275151
>lancanstershire
Decent troll.
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Salvadoran equivalent of cheeseburgers.

Basically like a fluffy quesodilla that you can do with anything
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>>9281637
>all that toast
>chips with full English
>sausages cut up for you
>the state of those eggs

Mate
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Duck blood soup, Poland. It's pretty good
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>>9277600
Va a ciappa i rat
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>>9288069
Pupusas! In my old town there was a Salvadoran family who ran a mexican place, but I always got the pupusas. Shit's so cash.
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This is an ortolan. They're so delicious they're on the species at risk of extinction now.

You're supposed to drown them alive in armagnac. Then, you remove the feathers, cook them in the oven. Et voilà, they're ready. Just put your napkin on your head to hide your shame and eat it in a single bite.
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Some people still consume them even if it's now forbidden by law. I'm too much of a good boy for breaking the law unfortunately.
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>>9277041

>haggis
>full english

[glass him]
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You can also cook them in a pan so you can blaze them using more armagnac.
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>>9275307
kek
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>>9287216
I'm brHue and I don't know the national dish is.
Is it rice and beans? That's what I ate all my life, every day.
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>>9286438
I just eat it with rice, nothing special at all. Still taste good af.
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>>9275170
>curry sauce

do euroblobs really do this?
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>>9275874
>Mexico was the fattest a few years ago, but the US has retaken the top spot


U.S.A! U.S.A! U.S.A.!
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Im gonna post great US dishes that get overshadowed by the Burger as our nations food. (Burger still best tho)

Starting with Chicken Fried Steak and Mashed taters
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>>9289435
BBQ Pulled Pork Sandwhich
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>>9281522
i visited at the end of may this year. not too hot, beautiful country, we stayed south of barcelona in L'hospitalet de Llobregat
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>>9289445
French Dip (OC NOT FRENCH DO NOT STEAL FROGS)
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>>9283746
I never tasted the italian version, but I know these kind of sausages, it's very good if you don't mind that it's basically just blood. It's kindda hard to describe how it tastes, it's not metallic, but it indeed has a particular flavour that could probably disgust people if they are not used to it. I usually eat it with mashed potatoes, some caramelized onions, and applesauce.

Duck breast with vinegar sauce and gratin dauphinois, is probably one of my favourite french dish.

On a side note, I was lucky to travel a bit, and against all stupid clichés, US has tons of good restaurants, and nice specialities (some Southern dishes were a blast). Now I'm living in Montréal, and FUCK this city, I followed the advice of every resident here for good place to eat "traditional dishes" and it's always "okay" at the very best or fucking expensive. Even their foreign food restaurant are meh, like I ate at the "best pizzeria in Montreal", and yeah it was a good pizza (with quite the thick dough unfortunately, I don't know why they love that so much). Just a regular good pizza, really nothing outstanding. And it was like 20 dollars fuck.
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>>9289456

forgot pic
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>>9289468
The (((Rueben)))
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>>9289479
Buffalo Wings
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>>9289490
Mac N Cheese
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>>9289445
bbq pulled pork is the worst thing to ever happen to pork
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>>9280908
get real, bro
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>>9275151
Roasted lamb that's left to roast for eight hours in a wood oven alongside potatoes. The best part is potatoes absorvb the fat and have a god tier taste aka the reason this country is so fat
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>>9289635
>tender
>juicy
>spicy
>smoky
I'm afraid you have awful taste.
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>>9277467
Poutine is overrated desu, I prefer tourtière as well
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>>9289651
Meggyleves - a soup from Hungary with sour cherry and sour cream, eaten cold.
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>>9289739
>smoky
>good
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>>9289848
>smoky
>bad
>on fucking meat
Your taste is worse than I thought... I'm so sorry for you.
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>>9281637
>All that toast
Complete fucking filler right there.
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>>9275240
file name is gold
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Trifle
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Manchester Tart
raspberry jam on the bottom
custard on top of that
then coconut flakes
topped with a maraschino cherry (or raspberries like in this picture)

(you can also have sliced bananas in between the jam and custard)
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>>9291484

How the hell is that four layers
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>>9291523
I don't know I just grabbed the image from the internet

perhaps it thinks that the fruit and sponge in jelly are two separate layers?
or maybe the sprinkles count as their own layers?
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>>9275198
Not op but I hate ketchup, too sweet. I would gobble it just like the way it is.
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Baked beans are usually a lunch thing for me, along side something like bbq or a burger.
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Getting some Danish cuisine up in here: this is our national dish - Stegt flæsk med persillesovs (Fried pork with parsley-sauce)
It rustles the muslims btw
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>>9275189
>kraft dinner
>no donairs
>no tourtiere
>no butter tart
>no rappie pie
>no montreal bagels (better than NY, sorry nyfags)
>no montreal smoked meat (also better than NY smoked meat)
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>>>9278049
I'd love to know how to cook anything desu.
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From Danish cuisine you might also get a proper Danish hotdog, commonly from the hotdog stands scattered around Copenhagen.

Nothing better than being 10 years old, getting back to your family's house after playing football with your cousins and seeing your uncles finish up some legendary dogs on the grill in the garden.
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>>9277102
Its called holúbky here.
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>>9291523
it's an abortion trifle you eat the glass
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>>9279442
hahaha
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>>9291484

this
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>>9283967
Yeah I mean I'm American too, but the meal is not that different from the UK christmas version. I've eaten it home cooked in the UK.

But the addition of soul food items like greens and the general increase in butter and salt imo makes the American version much better.
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>>9285629
had this home cooked in the north of France. Great dish.
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>>9287327
Had the greatest gyro of my life at some random souvlaki place in Rethymno, Crete. Truly next-level compared to gyros I've had in farther west Europe and the US
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>>9293160

>mash, not roast potatoes
>no bread sauce
>shit gravy
>no christmas pud
>no devil's on horseback or pigs in blankets
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>>9293169
I think part of this is that my palette was formed under American conditions, so to Brits what tastes amazing and represents the main event of these meals (pigs in blankets etc) just registers as kinda bland to me. I watched people in the UK shovel pork pies almost coming and then I eat a big slice, and I'm like eh it's fine.
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>not gravy

You arent a southern woofter are you?
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we call this laplap in Vanuatu. it's usually a root crop like yam or cassava or banana made into a paste with coconut milk then wrapped in leaves before being put in a earth oven with hot stones.

finally fill the center with coconut milk to dip your pieces of laplap in to sweeten it.
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Ohio cuisine for you folks. This is a three-way
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>>9294952
chocolate dipped peanut butter buckeyes for dessert. we make millions of these and give them away in ziplock bags
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>>9289445
pulled pork is best ON a burger, with cole slaw on top of that
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>>9275151
I don't get the appeal of the beans. That's something I'd definitely eat around and then leave on my plate. The rest looks fantastic, though.
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>>9275160
that's how do you call McDonald's these days?
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>>9275151
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Flemish beef stew. Contains pear syrup, musterd, and Belgian beer.
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Mexico.
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>>9275221
god, doesn't it get tiring being a whiny noxious little cunt?
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>>9275189
>no poutine sauce or any type of gravy, let alone actual cheese

Not a putine bruh. Would still eat the fuck out of it though. With ketchup of course.
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American here, a lot of shit in this thread is so disgusting I wouldn't feed it to my dog. Y'all eating parts of animals that oughtn't get et.

Traditional American light lunch.
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>>9295733
Make sure you eat all the bullets.
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Nigeria

FUFU
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>>9295733
>mexican soft drink
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>>9275874
Does Japan even eat?
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>>9282465
It's Chinese style curry sauce anyway. You get it as powder for reconstitution from chinese supermarkets.
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>>9295733
>jarritos
nice cultural appropriation
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>>9275221
Cry more jellyboy
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>>9275151
I post here about twice a year.
I am the living epitome of a summer fag...
and even i know that OP is posting tired shit.
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>>9282490
What the FUCK are you on about
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>>9287327
>fries
>not packed with meat
Shit gyro.
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>>9275874
>self-reported data on almost all of the low-obesity countries

what did they mean by this?
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Here in Scotland, we have deep fried Mars bars.

It's part of the reason the working class are obese.
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USA, Orange Fool
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>>9287289
Fellow Texan here. Need more pork on that plate, specifically ribs.
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>>9291686
That looks really good. Would try. What's the sauce like, something close to a bearnaise?
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>>9297207
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>>9297215
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>>9295296
>>9296568
enjoy not being able to take a proper shit and being gassy and fat, faggots.
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>>9275151
Dutch cuisine coming through.

Hachée, ladies and gentlement. It tastes exactly how it looks.
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>>9297280
Like diarrhea?
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>>9297280
In my experience food that looks that way will either be really bland or some of the best.
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>>9297383
good call
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>>9295995
It's called xima in Mozambique. People who have not eaten this have not really lived.
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Stand aside culturelets, superior boeuf bourguignon coming through
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>>9297168
No one actually eats them, though.
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>>9298275
that looks so good
I know nothing of french cuisine, where do you start?
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>>9277467
My wife makes a mean meat pie that looks like that. Lamb, pork, and potatoes. With ketchup, it's god tier. Kinda like a meatloaf, only crusty too.
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>>9294952
>>9294958
Kentucky fellow here. This is as American as Thanksgiving.
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>>9282477
That's incredibly underwhelming
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>>9296117
Japan takes food education deadly seriously. Lunchtime at school is considered a lesson like any of the others. Kids are on rotation to serve up the food, lay it out, read out the menu/ingredients and clean the school afterwards. City board of educations hire dietitians and give the kids 500-600kcal of fresh-cooked food made from locally sourced ingredients every day which is prepared in the school kitchens on site. Nothing brought in is frozen, microwaved or prepackaged. Meal is usually

>bowl of rice or a bread roll
>some sort of fish, meat or protein (usually baked, steamed, sauteed, only something fried once every week)
>some sort of soup, stew, curry, or liquid dish packed full of vegetables
>some veges or a salad
>milk

From the start they drill into the kids that no-one's allowed to leave anything on their plate. Don't like broccoli? Well too fucking bad, you're eating it. Everyone else in class is eating it so you sure as shit have to. I've seen kids gagging and crying while shoveling food into their mouths that they don't like because it's just what you gotta do.

Once a week or two you go to the set "lunch room" to eat with your class, where a school chef or Home Ec teacher does a lesson about healthy eating while you eat. They also spend 1/3rd of their PE lessons indoors studying healthy eating.

They have compulsory Home Ec classes from 4th grade where they learn to cook and sew. By 5th grade they're taught how to make basic dishes, fillet meat, clean and gut fish etc.

No-one really drinks soda in Japan. Kids are raised drinking tea and that's it.
All through school until they finish high school snacks and unhealthy foods are banned from school grounds. No chips, no chocolates, no snacks. You bring that shit your homeroom teacher makes sure as shit that you don't do it again. Keep in mind the homeroom teachers spend more time with the kids than the parents/guardians usually do in Japan.

They don't fuck around.
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>>9300007
>Japan takes food education deadly seriously
What doesn't Japan take deadly serious?
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>>9300033
Having a unified electric grid
Spicy food
The sexual revolution
The war on Christmas
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This disgusting shit
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>>9295733
Shit AR desu
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>>9275151
Add in some rice and it's a pretty typical brazilian lunch.
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>>9300084
This is actualay nice my mom makes something like it.




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