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Post comfy food people actually eat regularly in your country.
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Spicy mutton, the best hangover remedy ever
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>>84230687

Desu...
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explain to me the concept of "comfort food"
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>>84230312
sausage and eggs.good choice my friend
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>>84231009
simplistic food but still nice to eat after a day of work
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>>84231009
There might be a better definition out there, but for me it means something, usually simple, that you have a deep and long relationship with. Something you have eaten in your childhood and have warm and good feelings with.
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>>84230687
Wrong.
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>>84230312
alright, here
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>>84230908
Wowowow, I didn't know that was an option!
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>>84231238
By all means what's your alternative? Baked beans and black pudding?
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unironically this
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Bombas de papa y queso

They are goat tier
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>>84232278
This is missing
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>>84232430
blood sausage is really nice, but a lot of younger people have never tried it and mostly probably never will
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>>84232595
There are so much variety. I think the Bloodpudding is the easiest to eat. But might not like sausage. Pic related.
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>>84232928
hmm, what's this? :/
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>>84232970
>>84232928
Filled potato?
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>>84232791
The kind you cut into slices and fry yourself is basically the only one that exist here, sadly
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>>84232928
what's this?
we don't eat it
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>>84230312
Probably the most common food in this cunt.
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>>84230312
I'll trade you one of your better porter/stout recipes in exchange for my Aunt Nina's salsa recipe. Deal?
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>>84233095
t. juan wilhelm eichmann
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Pea stew. It's common to see goulash guns (aka field kitchens) at more old fashioned public events like classic car meets or marksmen festivals, and the most traditional meal to serve from them is piping hot pea stew. Ideally it'll be really thick and mushy and be served with a Bockwurst sausage.
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>>84230312
macaroni casserole
I have it in my fridge right now
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>>84233253
B-but we call them "milanesas" like from Milan..
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>>84233334
makaronilaatikko in Finnish
casserole foods in general are popular in Finland
here's cabbage casserole or kaalilaatikko as we call it
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>>84230312
sopa de macaco
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We have a lot but Causa is my all-time favorite
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oden: stew of fish cakes, eggs, radish, octopus, sea weed, etc
available in many convenience stores and pubs
cheap and popular food during winter but not exactly clean
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>>84230312
I guess.
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>>84233433
It seems like you just put food in steaming water, why is that?
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Uma delicia
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>>84233297
needs more warm liqueur
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+ listening to radio 4
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>>84233500
>more than one kind of topping
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>>84231009

ur mom but in food form
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>>84233824
Good lad.
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common in the nordic region
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>>84233929
I scoffed at that too but it was the only picture I found
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>>84233824
ah yes, the famous toast avec rien
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>>84234060
its buttered
the butter has melted into the bread
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>>84233500
Same is Russia, I eat this for every breakfast. Also close to 100% of Russians consume rye bread daily and about 90% of the time typical lunch is some kind of soup.
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>>84233500
put it in the microwave oven for maximum goodness
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we /comfy/
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>>84234050
>tfw no scandi gf (male) to cook you sweet botato pyttipanna
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>>84233543
the soup is made of Dashi broth (made with dried bonito, kelp, sometimes also with shiitake, miso)
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Breakfast in bed
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>>84234418
tfw no brazilian princess in my bed
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>>84234418
brazilians are so romantic
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>>84234418
that's nice
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>>84230312
standard fare in schools
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>>84234519
why do central europeans like plum so much?
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>>84234418
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>>84234555
What's wrong with plums now?
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>>84234233

it must taste like type 2 diabetes
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Poutine
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>>84234654
did I say anything wrong about them?
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>>84234418
jesus christ
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>>84234667
Do people actually eat this (as in more than once a year) or is it just a meme?
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>>84234667
>canada's greatest dish
>a sauce you pour on fries

WOW DUDE
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>>84234699
People eat it a lot, every restaraunt and fast food place sells it
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paprikás krumpli is the go-to "I have no money but I must eat" food here
all you need is some sausage, potatoes, onions and powdered paprika

>>84234555
it's low on calories but at the same time rich in vitamins and antioxidants, and it also helps with your digestion
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>>84234734
Where did anyone say "greatest dish?" It's a thread about comfy food people actually eat regularly in our countries.
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>>84234233
is that lángos with CHOCOLATE ON TOP?
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>>84234418
> that bucket of coffee
Lol'd so hard
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S A L C H I P A P A
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OyUhIGPUQRM
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>>84234832
>tfw you always had great langos at the local town festival and you thought langos would always taste great but you had langos somewhere else recently and it was rather bad
The oil has to sizzle when you throw it in, right? Because theirs was barely luke warm. Should've become suspicious when it was sold by a fat German woman in a pink sweatsuit and not by some Hungarians.
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>>84234787
wtf
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>>84234734
>I really want an excuse to eat garlic butter
>hmm why don't we put it on snails?
>piere, you are of genius! yet again la france takes civilization to new heights!
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>>84235277
It's actually really good.
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>>84234995
is it a dessert?
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>>84235059

yeah it needs to be hot af
also its possible that you bought a stale lángos. it attracts water relatively fast after you pick it out from the oil.
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>>84235445
i thought it was hummus on first sight, but i can figure wat this is OwO
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>>84235445
what is it? something sweet?
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>>84235547
ground up beef paste with wheat. very healthy and tastes better than you think it would.
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>>84235524
Nah, I saw it being prepared, but it just didn't sizzle, the oil was just very warm, not hot. Took a long time and ended up tasting very oily and soggy.
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>>84235420

kek
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>>84233414
yummy
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my favorite.
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>>84234734
>canada
Québec, tu vas jamais avoir une bonne poutine en dehors du Québec.
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>>84237763

soyjoy for soiboi
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>>84230312
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>>84238033
soiboi means musucle man?
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>>84231009
It translates to Portuguese as "comida"
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Typical soup that average korean mothers made
Home food for both rich and poor
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>>84232791
>There are so much variety
i went to the store the other day. my little corner store. and counted 34 different kind of blood sausages... i wonder what city bois get from supermercado
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>>84237983
>Voulez-vous coucher avec moi ce soir ?
Thanks for the laugh
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contributing

smoked fish. i've never EVER had smoked fish as good as they do it here. the best is what you catch in the morning and smoke on low heat in mid-day, let it settle for a bit and consume in the evening with friends and bear
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Chips, pork, some clams and pickles.
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Fried small fish (horse mackerel according to google).

Eaten whole, head bones and everything.
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>>84237983
Suicide toi
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Frango de Churrasco.

Basically piri-piri/beer sauce spicy grilled chicken, commercialized by Nando's, but from what I hear Nando's isn't anywhere as good.
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>>84239308
>>84239015
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>>84239126
Seems well suited with beer
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>>84231009
food that makes you feel better

it's a psychological thing, if your parents gave you waffles or something every time you're sick, waffles become your comfort food

also it relates to nostalgia, so for example your moms home made cookies or something
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>>84239373
First one is usually with wine.

Second one with soup (although beer would be good too).

Third one with beer.
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>>84239126
This is very popular here too but we usually use smelts instead of mackerel (osmeridae in Portuguese according to Google)
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>>84239489
I should've clarified, it's not exclusive to carapau (horse mackerel), just the most common.

A version of it (peixinhos da horta, not jaquinzinhos) was where the Japanese got tempura from.

Pretty good, eh?
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>On a strict liquid diets because health reasons
>Went through the whole thread
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>>84230312
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>>84239569
Sorry to hear that, companheiro.

Boil some nice Arganil Chouriço into a Caldo Verde and console yourself until you get better.
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>>84239552
It's excellent, seafood always is. I'm having maple candied salmon and sourdough bread for supper tonight.
For fried whole fish we almost exclusively use smelts, but kippers (herring) are often pickled or smoked (my favourite) and eaten whole.
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>>84239694
Just 3 more weeks, than i'll stuff myself with cozido a portuguesa
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>>84239833
*then
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Uma delicia
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>>84239773
Aw man, the other day I tried Petinga for the first time(pic related), it's fried AND pickled in vinagre. It's illegal to fish, but so fucking great.

You're from the Atlantic coast? I know New England has tons of great fish and seafood, but it should extend into Canada.

>>84239833
>>84239867
A worthy choice.
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>>84239827
looks good
tho it should be served on a plate
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>>84239971
sandwich served on a plate? dear lord you frenchies sure love to pimp the shit out of a simple snack don't you
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>>84240114
It's not a sandwich without the other piece of bread.
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>>84238980
> with friends and bear
>bear

I know you meant beer but I have an image of a ton of autistic estonians eating smoked fish with a pet bear
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pickles
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>>84231466
noice
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>>84240114
first see >>84240153

The egg yolk will break and fall off the bread
With a plate you can smear your egg yolk all over your bread nice and smooth
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>>84240153
hmmm... perhaps we understand things differently. here, a sandwich is either one slice of black rye bread with stuff on it or two slices of same stuff with the top slice covered with some pate or soft cheese.

>>84240161
the misspelling was intentional anon ;)
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>>84239892
Yes, I'm in the Canadian Maritimes, about 20km from New England, the local seafood diet is found throughout Newfoundland, the Maritimes, and New England.
We have truite au bleu, it's soaked and poached/fried in vinegar, it's one of my favourites.
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>>84240241
i just suck it out when biting into the yolk enough so that i get a good mouthful and keep the rest from running too much onto the remaining bread
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>>84240301
you're a resourceful person obviously
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>>84240265
Fucking A, it's where WE used to fish around. I'd love to visit that shore/those islands some day.

>>84240264
I think the Anglos call it open sandwich, but it's really just an edible plate, and not a sandwich.

>>84240241
FUGG, earlier today I ate an egg sandwich. It was raining and cold so I brewed some tea, grabbed some long bread (not baguette, those harder crust but softer inside ones we have), some boiled egg, salt and olive oil. Simple, but since I get farm eggs and great olive oil, it tasted of life to me.

Made my whole fucking day.
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>>84240264
Here one slice of bread is called an open face sandwich, and a sandwich smothered in something (usually gravy) is called a hot sandwich, unless it's a piece of toast covered in white sauce and chipped beef then it's called shit-on-a-shingle.
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>>84240443
>>84240241
pic related
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>>84240422
i have been told this twice this week :D (thrice now)

the first was when i boiled shrimps in a kettle (you know the electric stuff people just use to boil water in for tea) and the second was at a party where i served eggs using tinfoil and an old iron (for straightening clothes)
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>>84238423
The opposite Mr. Japan, someone who is weak and doesn’t eat meat
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>>84240453
gotcha! thanks you anon for informative post!!
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>>84240321
Disgusting. Where the fuck are you from?

>>84239827
looks like a faggy version of a francesinha with all due respect.
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>>84240321
>>84240670
Looks like rancho à minhota, but with waaay too much macarroni and not enough grain.

Maybe Galicia or Estremadura?
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>>84240448
onigiri from 7-11 Konbini has a special place in my heart, one the simple pleasure when I visited Japan
sensei what is the other word for riceball in nippon?
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>>84240588
Was isn das? Kuddeln?

contrary to popular memes Schweinebraten is quite good
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>>84240670
>francesinha
i looked at some pictures of that and i have to say it looks like the least disgusting version of it i have ever seen this far in my life.
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>>84240608
do you or anyone else remember the thread last year when an Estonian anon saw some food and said “install ketchup”
You are my favorite Baltic state just for that cute post <3
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>>84240739
the crust must be done right
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>>84240739
Schweinebraten, geil.
Ne, sind Saure Kutteln.
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>>84240588
What is this
is that duck?
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>>84240746
>>84240670
Did someone say francesinha?!!

(you're supposed to eat it with knife and fork, obviously)
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>>84240775
i don't remember that to be me even tho i only hang around food threads here so it could likely be me lol :DD
(and i find ketchup to be disgusting unless it is done /diy/ style like tomato sauce)
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>>84240810
‘fancy’ Gaisburger Marsch
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egg tart
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>>84240839
looks like a cake
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>>84240792
That looks amazing with that crunchy crust.
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>>84240898
Do your people eat Sopa de Macao?
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>>84240898
>tfw now researching macao cuisine
this is unexpected for me and delightful from what it seems
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>>84240739
Ich bemerk erst jetzt dass du Kuddeln geschrieben hast.
Ich brauch Schlaf.
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>>84240919
It IS a meat cake.

>>84240898
If it's anywhere near the taste of the Chinese ones I tried, I think you guys can do a lot better.

>>84240975
All former Portuguese colonies have god-tier food, not even memeing.
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>>84240975
the origin of that tart is from Belem, Lisbon. It's good, but i do still prefer the goddamn bolo de bolacha
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>>84241016
>All former Portuguese colonies have god-tier food, not even memeing.
you probably already know this since you portuguese, but the single most impactful food in the world from another country (tempura) originates from portugal
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>>84241111
Quads of truth. Bolo de bolacha is heaven on a plate. But I think it might have Brazilian origins, mostly because of the coffee.

The tarts aren't from Belém originally (they are from a convent somewhere like all our pastries) and are called Natas. The Natas from Belém ARE the best and most famous ones, though.

>>84241122
And modern curry exist because of our introduction of spicy peppers in India (they used to use black-pepper), and tea to England and a lot more stuff. The Portuguese Empire amounted to nothing but food, basically.
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>>84241111
TY anon for info!!! :3
>>84241276
>The Portuguese Empire amounted to nothing but food, basically.
literally everything and all that really matters in life. really. cook for your ancestors!
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And this >>84239691
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i was thinking of creating a thread for this, but since i get the feeling anyone interested is already ITT. pic for what comfy drink is called and why allover 99% of earth
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>>84240707
omusubi おむすび. nigirimeshi にぎりめし
its diferent explain is too long, omission, sorry.
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Brotzeit
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>>84241604
i have made onigiri for small japanese women and they loved it! they offered in return to wash rice for sushi. i was sexually aroused watching them washing the rice. their little hands were so delicate with the grains. all their movements so deliberate. and the incomprehensible speech and giggle was very sexy. i felt sorry that the water was so cold
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>>84240927
and there is dark beer in the sauce
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>>84240869
come around more often Estonia posters are good posters desu :D
cute country cute flag
do you cook? I made an omelette and hash browns for breakfast today!
also post fridges!!
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and to end it, Schnitzel
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>>84241876
BOAH GEIL
SO GEIL
YEAHÖÖÖÖÖÖÖÖÖÓ
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>>84241904
was los?
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Croque-Madame, a grilled cheese sandwich, kinda, with an egg on top. Generally served with fries and salad in every bistrot. Couldn't find a picture that did justice to how delicious something so simple can be.
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>>84241920
YEAHÖÖÖÖÖÖÖÖ
SCHNITZEL ÖÖÖÖÖÖHHHHH
BRUUUUDDIII SCHNITZEEEEEEL
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>>84241841
>Estonia posters are good posters desu
desu, check out our general. disappointments will follow

>>84241876
there seems to be a serious lack of lecsó or horseraddish, or mustard, or sour creme served with it. too dry for my tastes
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>>84240974
I'm not quite sure what that is because most dish names are presented in the local language.
There are many dishes contain soup, wherein the most popular one could be cart noodle.
It's very cheap. Attached one cost 5 USD.
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The classic ham cheese sandwich, which is godly when done with decent ingredients. Had a boulangerie near my uni that used like fresh ham, real emmental and top tier baguette.
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>>84241604
どうもありがとございました 先輩!!!
日本語 ベンきょしました で がっく。( ̄∇ ̄)
I forget much of my Japanese but I studied for four years in highschool, I visited Japan as well (east coast, Osaka, Eid, Hakone, Tokyo - I LOVED Hakone)
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>>84242048
anon, pls tell me what is that grey round thing between yellow round things :S
it seems a bit off-putting
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>>84242007
Gute Schnitzel bekommen nicht viele Leute hin, da a) das Fleisch dünn genug sein muss und b) das panierte Schnitzel im Fett schwimmen muss.
In einer normalen Pfanne anbraten reicht nicht.
Bild ist ne Schnitzelpfanne.
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>>84242171
Dies.
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not many can prepare it those days
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>>84242110
(the baguette in this pic looks like shit, though.)

Crème brûlée is a very popular desert as well.
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>>84241948
We used to do this at the old resturant I worked at, except my new age chef made miniature funnel cake buns. Hence incredibly amerifat yet AMAZING desu
>>84242010
it’s all in English which is my favorite part
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Every Friday.
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>>84242113
that japanese lol
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Brathering
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>tfw no qt gf(male) to cook for me
Why I'm still here? Just to suffer?

>>84242239
Every fucking time I lose it...
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>>84241790
yes rice is good
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>>84242142
It's the beef ball from Teochew. It tastes a little bit compact or elastic compared with other kinda meatballs
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>>84242354
you know what!? people might give your country shit for it, but honestly, this thing really is the best thing i have ever eaten in australia. especially in the morning when you got to get to the place where you got to get shit done and you don't have the time to prep a posh brekki
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>>84242113
reply ありがとう。また日本に来れたらいいですね。いつか、私はハワイに行きたいです。
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>>84241876
I've never understood the Continentar Germs' obsession with schnitzel. It's just a fucking panado.

I mean, it's nice and all, but it's just breaded meat. It's what I eat in a pinch when I forget to make anything else.

I know you guys don't claim it to be high cuisine or anything, but it just about as special as white rice.
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>>84242617
did you like Hawaii? did you go anywhere else desu?
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>>84240404
>>84240588
>>84240739
>>84240794
>>84240863
>>84241000
>>84241040
>>84241094
>>84241876
>>84241948
>>84242110
would eat those ,10/10
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Rouladen are very popular, too
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>>84242677
>but it's just breaded meat
depends.

some people use only breadcrumbs. others use a batter mix of flour, salt and perhaps even some spices to cover the meat prior to breading and then frying, also dependent on where you fry it, might be a pan, might be deep fried, might be on an open fire like real men, might even be in a fucking microwave oven. who knows. 1M ways to prepare food - choose 1.
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Thanksgiving food= maximum comfy
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>>84240404
I would move to Germany for more access to soft pretzels alone.

Don't even fucking tell me what that stuff is in the middle with the chives. I can't afford a plane ticket.
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>>84240404
This is pretzel peak performance, I have never seen anything like this here and we have an unimaginable variety of food here
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>>84243031
Many people in Bavaria eat Brezn with Obazda.

Myself included.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Obatzda
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>>84243107
forgot pic
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>>84243107
>>84243148
Well that's it then. Time to start saving money for tickets.

Also I love how the bants grind to a halt once everyone realizes that every country can offer up super tasty dishes. Everyone gets some respect.
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>>84243312
One time we bought a giant brezn and everyone ate one piece of it.
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>>84243148
fuggg im hungry, will try to make this for sure
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>>84242951
I'm not saying there's no science to it or that they don't taste good, it's just such a unremarkable thing.

I'm sure Germans and Austrians have better stuff to be proud of.
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>>84243387
yeah, you usually eat this while drinking beer
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>>84240161
>pet bear
haha we prefer bear on a plate
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>>84230853
Love me some 'go 'za
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Looks can be deceiving, this is actually very good
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>>84243715
i had bear intestines a while ago from hunters who gave out the bits and pieces they didn't seem to care about eating. my mum made a very nice raguu from them with parsley, tomato, onion, garlic, leeks and some dry white wine
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>>84243870
What's the mystery meat?
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>>84240163
just saw this post. very impressive!

we here also pickle very many things! mostly vegetables and MUSHROOMS!!!
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>>84243938

Blodpalt
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>>84244051
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>>84238123
this is comfort food unless you actually have to cook it
that is atleast 3 pans dirty if you want them all equally hot
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>>84238980
my mother doesn't like fish so I can never cook it for my family
feels bad man
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Great for a rainy sunday afternoon. Just take a spoon and eat until you have diabetes.

>>84239694
GOAT soup.
>tfw when I come home late from uni in the winter (23::30 to midnight) and there's a bowl of caldo verde waiting for me.
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>>84244392
Brigadeiros, Picanha, Farofa and Feijoada à Brasileira are all fucking great.

So are grilled bananas.

It sucks that you guys got stuck with monkey soup, Brazilian food is GOAT.
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Good for when you're sick.
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>>84244557
We do it like this.

Just regular chicken soup, I guess.
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>>84244553
This, french [cu]isine is my egg
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>>84241276
>Bolo de bolacha
Never heard of it, but from google pics it looks similar to our torta alemã.
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>>84244832
Looks very similar, yeah.

It's just Bolachas Maria (you have those?) soaked in coffee and put in layers with sweet cream. Tastes fucking great and is very soft.

You can probably find people there who can cook it there, even if it takes going to a Portuguese restaurant.
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>>84244946
>you have those?
Yep
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>>84245053
Neat! I think those are being used in your pic.

Be careful with them. They don't taste like it, but they have fucktons of sugar. It's why they taste great when soaked in coffee, it dissolves the sugar back into sweet.
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>>84230312
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the ultimate poor people food
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>>84244660
Southern french food is very good. I think the north uses too much butter, though.
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>>84245384
this man knows
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Culinary threads are always the confiest on /int/
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>>84245462
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the Spanish eye
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>>84245517
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>>84245573
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>>84245462
>>84245517
I had a great time there last year. I went to Nice just as an stepping stone to Monaco, but I really enjoyed the city and the carnival surprised me (didn't even know that they had one, but it turned out to be much more exciting than the meme in venice).

>>84245495
Shame that there's an image limit and we're reaching it (150 iirc).
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not my country, my region though
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>>84245813

This looks good desu. I have no food left and its making me hungry.
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carbonara is my comfy food
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>>84230312
Polenta con tuco in winter, better than everything in this thread
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>>84245910
Polenta con baccalà is the pratician choice.
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>>84245959
polenta is italian, fucking subhuman
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>>84245964
>bacalao
t.Alberto Barbosa.

Fish is soyboy food and stinky fish is for africans
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>>84246015
>Fish is soyboy food and stinky fish is for africans
what a pleb, you live on the coast, you should enjoy fish.
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>>84246002
chupala tano gil
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I had this for dinner a few days ago, pierogi with cabbage and shrooms and red borscht
Rate
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>>84246051
Fish is unpopular here, people eat it but not often except in tourism week because they go camping and fishing, they still bring red meat though because almost nobody follows the whole "you're not allowed to eat red meat" thing.

Bacalao is really popular at that time of the year for some reason
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>>84246374
too bad for you , see food is kino
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>Tfw developed high blood pressure
>Tfw 21 and had a stroke
>Doctors don't know why. cholesterol is perfect and not obese
>Start undergoing tests
>Told to stay under 1500mg of sodium a day
>I cant eat my favourite foods anymore
life sucks
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More of a Newfoundland thing, but still delicious.
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You mix these together then eat it with chips

Really easy snack
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>>84248967
is this a jojo reference?
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>>84250817
Don't listen to that fly-over state. They are called potato wedges in the US
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>>84231466
uma delicia
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nice thread
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Why is it that everytime a thread not related to the boards actual topic is civilized and not full of shitposting?
Saw it happen on /v/ posting about animals, on /fit/ posting about books, on /biz/ posting about cars or on /k/ posting about fucking food
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>>84255055
Food is pretty relevant to the international culture board tho
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>>84230312
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>>84234233
No one eats this regularily
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>>84230312
I eat this every week.
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Nothing beats a grilled cheese sandwich. Especially with ham.
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>>84255055
>>84255135
Threads that are actually about international culture are often good (cuisine, music, literature, architecture, etc.).
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This used to be a popular breakfast back in time at the countryside (Which i do suspect americans would love it), nowadays is more typical as a lunch in the regions of Castile, Extremadura and Andalusia. those are fried breadcrumbs with a fried eggs, chorizo and pork rinds.
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Shit this tread is still up.
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inb4 404

hagelslag on bread with butter is GOAT, especially on toasted bread
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This thread is making me very hongry
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>>84266566
What's that red sauce?
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>>84266624
Ajvar
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Mineiros are great at making you feel comfy, and I'm not only talking about food.
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>>84268705
que fome do caralho aaaaaaaaaa




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