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1. your cunt
2. do people in your cunt eat melon with ham?

1. Italy
2. yes :3
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what the fuck
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>>92128123
sounds disgusting and delicious at the same time
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>>92128123
yeah. smoked or dried ham is goat with melon. watermelon is also pretty good with heavily salted ham. and plums go with everything that's oven baked, especially pork.
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>>92128123
Japan
Yes

It is very tasty desu ԅ( ˘ω˘ԅ)
Sometimes pear or persimmon are used instead of melon
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>>92128123
My family but we're Albanian not a WASP or Kraut-American etc so it's not very common otherwise
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>>92128204
do you do pear with duck meat? it is very good.
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>>92128227
We do it <3 Also pear with chocolate and duck with orange
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>>92128327
based!

do you mix pic rel with some seafoods? clams especially?
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>>92128123
1. Norgay.
2. I've never had it myself, but yes, I've seen it multiple times as an appetizer.
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>>92128227
I've never heard that
But it looks so tasty!
I'll try it in the Autumn this year ヽ(・ω・)ノ
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>>92128494
cook separeate. glaze pears with rich sauce and serve slices. duck... do your own local thing. mix the remaining liquids and reduce to a thick sauce ;))))
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>>92128123
We don't eat that kind of melon usually
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>>92128372
Persimmon's not very common in Italy, so I've never heard about that mix. We often mix cheese with fruit though, like apple, pear, banana, grapes, and various types of marmelade :^)

>>92128392
Nice, I wouldn't expect to find it in Scandinavia!
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>>92128738
we mix cheese with fruit when enjoying wine. it's like a classic to mix various cheeses with grapes and such to take as bites when drinking wine.
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>>92128850
Indeed! Based Estonia <3
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>>92128148
ignorant burger
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Flag
No, but now I want to.
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>>92128917
:3 ITAALIA!!!! :D
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>>92128738
>Nice, I wouldn't expect to find it in Scandinavia!
It's an Italian classic, it's very common here too
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>>92128123

I don't even like the ham like that. Parma, crudo, too dried to my taste. Melon works good with it and all but I prefer Scottish and Danish bacon.

The cheeses though, and tomatoes, aww. I'd go to Italy when I retire, one of those tiny islands you guys have.
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>>92129044
hey britboi... peaches with fried bacon? yay or nay?
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>>92128571
In Japan, some Japanese put sauce of pear on pork saute
The taste and smell of pear and pork are mixed, and it become very tasty (*´ェ`*)
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>>92129270
do they saute them together?

we saute meat with harder vegetables here. onions, carrots, gralics, etc.

delicate things are put in the oven pot later. or served as separate
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>>92128123
Presunto com melão. Uma delícia.
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>>92129118
If you enjoy southern culture, Naples have some of the best islands of the Mediterranean
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>>92129706
Pic related, a restaurant I want to go to someday

>>92129703
Presunto in Italian literally means "alleged", lol. Translation for ham is "prosciutto" <3
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>>92129706

That's what I think. Ischia or even better Procida are amazing.

Problem is I speak no Italian. But the islands are very very nice.

Should be boring in winter and afaik water comes from Napoli, internet is kind of slow but god damn they're so comfy.
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>>92129835
Prosciutto also can be translated to portuguese as "presunto cru"
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>mixing meats and fruits

pretty gross desu
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>>92128123
my grandfather eats watermelon with white bread
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>>92129675
I make pear sauce separately

1 Bake pork first
2 Put out baked pork
3 Add pear and sauce ingredients and boil down it
4 Pour pear sauce on pork saute

Because I am very lazy, so I cook only dishes whose ways to cook are very easy (;^ω^)

https://jp.rakuten-static.com/recipe-space/d/strg/ctrl/3/8a58465f4d989117cd94fcd1bad68bb9b167126e.99.2.3.2.jpg?thum=58
http://recipe.radishbo-ya.co.jp/community/recipe/img_detail/07830-1.jpg
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Italy's, like, the best country to go for vacations I guess. I have a visa for a year or two every time I apply, the people are very nice, renting an apartment, going to a market and cooking in Italy is extremely comfy.
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>>92130391

You guys seem to have all the nice imported stuff so please do try one of these Italian hams with raw melon, the same way as in the OP picture. Tastes good together.

What I like about Mediterranean food in general is that they keep cooking simple, just make sure the ingredients are good and fresh.
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>>92130374
Holy crap Russia!!!!! My grandfather did that too!!! I thought he was the only one in the world! I'm crying

>>92130201
You could still retreat to the mainland in winter, in some comfy town like Sant'Agata dei Goti
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>>92130791

Not sure I can afford that much real estate. Meh.

Anyway, I really like Italy.
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>>92130791
they probably eat it with bread so it would soak up all the liquid from watermelon and they would not have to run to toilet every 5 minutes
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>>92130745
In Japan, Italian and Spanish cured ham are popular
Both are very delicious
In spring when melons are sold in Japan, I eat imported cured hams and melons with my mother
(This is one of the enjoyment of my spring)

I also like the Mediterranean cuisine
And many Japanese who like Mediterranean cuisine

>just make sure the ingredients are good and fresh.
I got it ٩( 'ω' )
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>>92130990
Yeah you should be pretty rich indeed

>>92131118
I think you're right. My grandfather also didn't like pizza haha
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>>92131219

Pleased to hear that.
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i eat them with figs
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>>92131681
Uuh I love figs
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>>92132087
try them with ham
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>>92132514
I will!
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>>92132514
We also eat caramelised figs with squacquerone, a soft cheese usually put on piadina
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>>92128123
based Mediterranean cured meats t b h




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