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View Poll Results: Favorite Foreign Foods
Thai 19 20.88%
Japanese 19 20.88%
Italian 36 39.56%
Mexican 40 43.96%
Middle Eastern 10 10.99%
Indian 14 15.38%
Chinese 20 21.98%
French 8 8.79%
Peruvian 1 1.10%
Vietnamese 10 10.99%
Greek 9 9.89%
Anything else I might have missed. 10 10.99%
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Old 05-01-2014, 12:39 PM   #51
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Taiwan girl make rainbow trout taste so good.
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It's interesting to see what Americans view as American food vs. what other countries view as 'American' food. For instance all the brits I know and work with almost always think of 'Mexican' food as quintessential Americana.
That's weird to me. I've always thought of cheeseburgers, hot dogs, chicken wings, fried chicken, Cajun style and BBQ being what most other countries would consider to be "American food". Not to mention the Taco Bells and KFc's of the world, which I hear do quite well over seas.
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Japanese. uughh I miss it.
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Old 05-01-2014, 12:47 PM   #54
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Japanese. uughh I miss it.
Geoza or pot stickers. MMMMmmmmmmm.
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The racism aside. You are missing out. In general the dirtier place the better. Another clue that the Chinese place you're going to is good or not is the ratio of Asians to Caucasians. IE the more Asians there the better.
I might sound rasicst but it's true. I'm not so sure a dirtier restaurant makes the food better. Health Department is always closing down or downgrading Chinese resturants due to poor health compliance and insects. But I guess they're just being rasicst.
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At least Hobo likes good food.
. I'm opened minded. I want to try it all. To bad Denver isn't the culture capital of the world. I'd like to try some good middle-eastern food. But some of the places here are kind of sketchy.
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So who's the 1 dude who voted Peruvian, hahahah, LMAO
That would be me. You never had Peruvian Chicken? That stuff is great.

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What's in Peruvian?
Peruvian Chicken. Look at pic in above post.
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Peruvian food is awesome, everything taste so fresh. Good thing I live in a city with a lot of great restaurants because you guys are making me hungry.
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It's interesting to see what Americans view as American food vs. what other countries view as 'American' food. For instance all the brits I know and work with almost always think of 'Mexican' food as quintessential Americana.
The dead giveaway for Americanized "Mexican food" is the appearance of cheddar or Monterey Jack cheese.
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Knew a Peruvian girl whose mother made the best baked sweets EVER.
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It's interesting to see what Americans view as American food vs. what other countries view as 'American' food. For instance all the brits I know and work with almost always think of 'Mexican' food as quintessential Americana.
Burgers, Fries, Steaks, Barbecue. That's pretty much it. Just a bunch of boring stuff. Although I love good southern barbecue, with all the sides.

EDIT: Forgot about the New Orleans food. Most southern America food is good.

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The dead giveaway for Americanized "Mexican food" is the appearance of cheddar or Monterey Jack cheese.
This. Also, ground beef.
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Like what?
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Ground sirloin over ground beef.
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Ground sirloin over ground beef.
Ever try Steak N Shake? Ground steak burgers, good stuff.
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Ever try Steak N Shake? Ground steak burgers, good stuff.
No, but I am familiar with Shake N Bake. . . and I helped!
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Ever try Steak N Shake? Ground steak burgers, good stuff.
They just opened one of those up down the street from my friend in Lubbock, Tx. The line literally wraps around the building at all times of the day, and it's been open for a couple months now. I keep wondering what the big deal is about this place.
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It's interesting to see what Americans view as American food vs. what other countries view as 'American' food. For instance all the brits I know and work with almost always think of 'Mexican' food as quintessential Americana.
Here you go. Top 50 American foods.

http://travel.cnn.com/explorations/e...n-foods-513946
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They just opened one of those up down the street from my friend in Lubbock, Tx. The line literally wraps around the building at all times of the day, and it's been open for a couple months now. I keep wondering what the big deal is about this place.
At the end of the day it's just a burger. No way in hell am I waiting in long lines for one.
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I noticed a few votes for French food. What is French food, generally? Don't recall anyone ever telling me they were going to go try out the new French joint in town.
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. I'm opened minded. I want to try it all. To bad Denver isn't the culture capital of the world. I'd like to try some good middle-eastern food. But some of the places here are kind of sketchy.
You should check out the DC metro area. One of the most diverse cities in the US.

http://www.businessinsider.com/the-m...-the-us-2013-7
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http://youtu.be/fYSJ32sqPEw

Darth Vader burger!!! Lol

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