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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, 05:51 PM   #101
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Old 05-01-2014, 08:50 PM   #102
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I'd have to go in this order:

1) Italian
2) Mexican
3) Korean -- it's a crime that you left it off the original list

If you haven't had Korean before, here's a few to try:

Kimchi Bokkeumbop (kimchi-fried rice):


Samgyupsal (grilled back bacon)


Jajangmyeon (Korean-chinese noodles with a soybean-type sauce)


Soondooboo (spicy soft tofu stew with egg)


Damn, I'm hungry now....
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Old 05-01-2014, 09:04 PM   #103
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I'd have to go in this order:

1) Italian
2) Mexican
3) Korean -- it's a crime that you left it off the original list

If you haven't had Korean before, here's a few to try:

Kimchi Bokkeumbop (kimchi-fried rice):


Samgyupsal (grilled back bacon)


Jajangmyeon (Korean-chinese noodles with a soybean-type sauce)


Soondooboo (spicy soft tofu stew with egg)


Damn, I'm hungry now....


I actually prefer Kalbi to Samkyupsal
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Old 05-01-2014, 09:08 PM   #104
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I actually prefer Kalbi to Samkyupsal
There's about 30 awesome Korean dishes I left off that last list. Why there are no national Korean-food franchises is beyond me....
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Old 05-01-2014, 09:12 PM   #105
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Ick kimchi...


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I'd have to go in this order:

1) Italian
2) Mexican
3) Korean -- it's a crime that you left it off the original list

If you haven't had Korean before, here's a few to try:

Kimchi Bokkeumbop (kimchi-fried rice):


Samgyupsal (grilled back bacon)


Jajangmyeon (Korean-chinese noodles with a soybean-type sauce)


Soondooboo (spicy soft tofu stew with egg)


Damn, I'm hungry now....
All of that looks good.
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Old 05-01-2014, 09:21 PM   #107
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Ick kimchi...


It's a lot like beer (seriously!) -- it's horrible the first few times, then some kind of switch gets flipped and you can't get enough of it.

Hella healthy too -- like yogurt, only better.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kimchi
"Kimchi is Korea's national dish. During South Korea's involvement in the Vietnam War its government requested American help to ensure that Korean troops, reportedly "desperate" for the food, could obtain it in the field; President of South Korea Park Chung-hee told United States President Lyndon B. Johnson that kimchi was "vitally important to the morale of Korean troops".It was also sent to space on board Soyuz TMA-12 with Yi So-Yeon after a multi-million dollar research effort to kill the bacteria and lessen the odor without affecting taste."
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I'd have to go in this order:

1) Italian
2) Mexican
3) Korean -- it's a crime that you left it off the original list

If you haven't had Korean before, here's a few to try:

Kimchi Bokkeumbop (kimchi-fried rice):


Samgyupsal (grilled back bacon)


Jajangmyeon (Korean-chinese noodles with a soybean-type sauce)


Soondooboo (spicy soft tofu stew with egg)


Damn, I'm hungry now....
Food Porn!
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Food Porn!
I could totally go for some asian right now....

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I could totally go for some asian right now....

Are we still talking about food?
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Are we still talking about food?
Mostly.
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Mostly.
I've never liked sushi, but for that I think I could make an exception.
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More food porn!

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My other Colombian favorite:

Bandeja Paisa



Sweet Plantain
Red beans & Rice
Chicharrón (Fried pork skin)
Bollo de Yuca
Grilled steak
Over easy egg

My wife is from Colombia and she makes some great tasting food. Good eatin'!

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^^^ Love me some sweet plantains.


Speaking of a food I haven't seen on here yet-

Jamaican/Caribbean

Beef Patties, Jerk Chicken, Crispy fish- YUM!
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What are you talking about man? The A.M crunchwrap is authentic Mexican breakfast, at its finest.
I'm starting to develop an unhealthy obsession with the A.M. Bacon crunchwrap. It's better when I make them at home though....
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I have a question. Why are eggs an exclusive breakfast item in American cooking? Eggs should be in more foods!
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^^^ Love me some sweet plantains.


Speaking of a food I haven't seen on here yet-

Jamaican/Caribbean

Beef Patties, Jerk Chicken, Crispy fish- YUM!
Caribbean food is great. I always make sure to grab some at the DC Carnival.
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I have a question. Why are eggs an exclusive breakfast item in American cooking? Eggs should be in more foods!
I make eggs for dinner all the time.
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Are we still talking about food?
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I make eggs for dinner all the time.
What American dish features eggs for dinner?
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What American dish features eggs for dinner?
If I go out drinking all night, and end up at Dennys at 4:00 a.m., is that technically dinner or breakfast?

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If I go out drinking all night, and end up at Dennys at 4:00 a.m., is that technically dinner or breakfast?

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