What's your favorite food? Bonus points if you're the only one who likes it.

shootthebandit

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Pizza crunch supper is a fantastic meal. A pizza crunch is merely a pizza which has been deep fried in a thick crispy batter. The suffix "supper" denotes that it is served with chips. Americans note that the chip is the fat counter-part to the fry. The chip is not crispy, the chip is a greasy soggy thing

The luminous orange drink you see pictured next to the supper is called "irn bru" and it makes the fallout from fukishima look harmless.

I would be surprised if anyone else likes this or has even tried it unless we have anyone else from glasgow here. Seriously america you think you are unhealthy you have nothing on us scots

P.s. deep fried mars bars are actually a think but its mostly a tourist thing. Locals eat pizza crunch though

Edit: caution: link below make actually block your arteries simply by looking at it


You wanna real treat then go to your local indian take away and get a big naan bread and cover it in the curry of your choice then top with cheese. Put it in the oven until the cheese melts and you have yourself a curry pizza. You heard it hear first ;)
 

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SexyGarfield said:
Kimchi, it goes with almost anything savory.
Can you please explain what this is? Is it a dairy product (similar to cheese), is it a vegtable/fruit or is it a fungus (which i expect it to be)
 

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My favorite foods are my homemade spicy rice and beans, or the vegan Indian lentil soup my friend and I make.

I apologize for having no images.
 

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BarbaricGoose said:
King of Asgaard said:
pizza, specifically, my mother's pizza..


I think it's because I just got out of a lesbian porno thread, but you've just DESTROYED my appetite for pizza. I feel like I could go the rest of my life without eating pizza again.

On topic: pizza. Okay, no, I was wrong. I love pizza. Any kind of pizza--it's pizza! Even Hawaiian.
I almost chocked on my ketchup-covered pizza reading that... It was that kind of (un)intentional humor...

OT: Pizza smothered in ketchup... Bonus points for me when it's a public school's pizza bagel...
I don't eat it as often as I used to, but when I can... everybody in the hood starts starring... (because I unintentionally moan very loudly [and very feminine-like] whenever I take a bite...)
 

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Frission said:
Vegemite is the Australian one, Marmite is the UK version. I have a very plain palette. Most of the foods I like just about everyone likes.
 

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lunavixen said:
Frission said:
Vegemite is the Australian one, Marmite is the UK version. I have a very plain palette. Most of the foods I like just about everyone likes.
Huh. That's a stupid mix up. The good news is I know that I can get it in the UK though.

EDIT: The bottle I was given also said Marmite on it. I was lied to!
 

FalloutJack

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Well, you're never the only one...

OT: Numerous Italian and Asian-style meals (largely Chinese food). I am part Italian, and I love the cooking.
 

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BarbaricGoose said:
Yopaz said:
Looks like something we've here in the States called pigs in a blanket. Never liked 'em, myself, but all I ever had was the store bought kind, as I recall.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pigs_in_blankets

Sound about right?
It's similar, but it seems like the dough is more of a pastry dough while the kind I like is a derivative of pizza dough. I've had them myself once when I was in USA some years back and they're not really good. From the link you posted I do think that it might actually be called sausage rolls, but I'm not quite sure. Basically I just replace half the water in a pizza dough recipe with milk and do not add sugar or salt.

Laggyteabag said:
What Yopaz described looked similar to a Sausage Roll, its essentially the same thing as what you showed, although the pastry MAY be slightly different.


As for "Pigs in blankets", here in the UK we have a different take on it. A Pig in a Blanket as I know it is a sausage wrapped in bacon. It is literally a pig wrapped in more pig and it sounds like something devised on Epic Meal Time.


As for me its not so much a meal or a dinner, its an ingredient. Y'see I LOVE Chorizo. Its a type of sausage that is often smoked and it is SUPER STRONG, kinda like Perpperoni or Salami but BETTER. Its glorious in pretty much everything that it appears in, but my personal favourite is when it is honey roasted, I just love it.
I think you're right about the sausage rolls. Also you just reminded me that I haven't had bacon wrapped sausages in a while...

Finally, I've gotta agree with the chorizo. Chorizo puts pepperoni to shame and goes great with anything. Scrambled eggs with chorizo, pizza with chorizo, bread with chorizo and cheese and best of all chorizo with chorizo wrapped in chorizo. Doesn't get any better than that.
 

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Anything tapas. That stuff is just amazing.

Additionally I like steaks cooked very rare. If there is a hint of raw on the inside it will go down like a treat!

In the Vegemite vs Marmite debate i'm more partial to Marmite. I find it has a bit more of a "meaty/beefy" taste.
 

Astoria

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My favorite food is pasta covered in melted cheese spread. It's amazing :D Pizza is a close second though.
 

Akytalusia

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bread. all kinds. you could consider me a bread connoisseur. likely unusual, but unlikely unique.
 

Remus

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A pizza recipe from a local shop that's been declared best in the state at least two years in a row. It includes tomato slices, cashews (yes, nuts on a pizza), grilled chicken, and bacon. They also have an awesome toasted meatball sub.

I've had squid, but only fried, sliced like onion rings. It's very rubbery but the effect of having to chew it a lot brings out much of the natural flavor.
 

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SckizoBoy said:
Huh... random question to Swedes... do you guys actually like surströmming?
Never tried it tbh. Caught the smell of it for the first time in my life in a supermarket recently, during some retarded promotion right in the middle of the store. People took huge detours to avoid the smell, I didn't mind it at all. Wasn't the most pleasant odour, but it wasn't as foul as I had imagined.
From what I've been told the taste isn't nearly as bad as the smell. You also eat it as a condiment on crisp bread, with a shitload of other stuff, so it probably isn't that bad.


If I get the chance I will definetly try.
After a few snaps.
 

Auron225

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Christmas dinner in all its glory :D It helps that I only have it like twice a year cus I can't eat it too often to not like it anymore.

Pasta in general is pretty awesome too.
 

Linksmash

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S many things! A few of the rarer, relatively speaking, ones. Ham and Peas pudding stotties ( it is a northern english dish), toad in the holes ( sausages baked into a yorkshire pudding served with thick beef gravy), (Chinese style) curry sauce with a 50/50 mixture of rice and chips, chopitos/chiperones ( apologies for my spelling my spanish friends), squash and goats cheese soup and of course chateau b'riand.
 

lacktheknack

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Calamari is the most wonderful thing.

Seriously. If I go to a restaurant, there are two options:

1. Calamari as an appetizer if they have it, or
2. No appetizer.
 

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Get 4 boneless chicken thighs, mix with 100g apricot jam, 2tbsp ketchup, 1 tbsp soy sauce, 1 tbsp Worcestershire sauce, 2 crushed cloves of garlic, and bake it for 20 minutes at 220°C. You can thank me later.
 

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lacktheknack said:
Calamari is the most wonderful thing.

Seriously. If I go to a restaurant, there are two options:

1. Calamari as an appetizer if they have it, or
2. No appetizer.
Have you tried chopitos? They are fried baby squid, kicks the shit out of calamares as far as squid to stomach delivery systems go.
 

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You just, CANNOT, beat it.

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