Favourite Food??

Sushi7

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Hey everyone,

What is your favourite food?
I'll start you off, Californian Sushi is my favourite! lol

Sushi7 ;)
 

Chundles

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White wine risotto with pumpkin, fetta cheese, baby spinach, roast chicken, ginger and walnuts.
 

Qoxiivi

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Curry. Dansak, Jalfrezi, Madras, Vindaloo - plus some more authentic indian dishes I tried whilst in India. I love it all.


I cook a mean chili con carne too :)
 

Sushi7

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mad jew said:
If your favourite is sushi, then what's mine... :eek:

Hi,

First of all, Happy Ausralian Day!;)
Second I don't know what your favourite food would be...

Sushi7 ;)
 

tobefirst

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It sounds like we're talking about main dishes here, so I'm going to have to go with chicken parmesan. Mmmmmm....

The only thing that possibly beats it would be a fudge brownie, topped with vanilla ice cream and covered in hot fudge. MmmmmmMmmmmm....

(Psssstt....I heard that mad jew was a Nazi cannibal...pass it on!)
 

mad jew

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Sorry buddy but don't believe everything you read on the internet. I'm not actually Jewish, but I'm most certainly mad. Sorry to disappoint, I didn't pick this username. :D
 

prostuff1

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Don't step into the kawoosh...
Well since we are talking about main meals here...

I would have to say that i like my mom meatloaf, grandmas mashed potatoes, grams mac&cheese and some sweet corn. Not fantsy at all but d*** is it good.
 

Sushi7

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prostuff1 said:
Well since we are talking about main meals here...

I would have to say that i like my mom meatloaf, grandmas mashed potatoes, grams mac&cheese and some sweet corn. Not fantsy at all but d*** is it good.
Hi,

hahaha, I like my Grannies mashed potato too.

Sushi7 ;)
 

floriflee

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One word.... Tandoori

Now a few more...
Pani puri
Murg makhani (butter chicken)
Papri chaat
Dosa
Pretty much most Indian dishes
Chinese (gotta love that msg)
Falafel
Cadbury chocolate (English style)
Fish and chips
Sushi
Italian
Spinach salad with dried cranberries, walnuts and poppyseed dressing

Yeah.... that should just about cover it.
 

sushi

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Sushi7 said:
Hey everyone,

What is your favourite food?
I'll start you off, Sushi is my favourite! lol

Sushi7 ;)
A good lean dish of Basashi.

Of course I wouldn't turn down a sushi dinner, nor a wonderful cut of steak grilled just right.
 

Applespider

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Depends what mood I'm in...

I love Italian - homemade (preferably by me, my mother or sister)
I salivate over a well spiced curry
I enjoy very good sushi (lunch today by itsu sushi in South Kensington)
Sometimes I crave simply good piece of meat/fish with lots of green vegetables (green beans, broccolli, spinach) tossed in garlic with black pepper or a green salad spritzed with vinegar and coldpressed olive oil
 

Sushi7

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Jan 26, 2006
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Hi,

At the beginning I would of chosen the name of sushi but it appeared that someone else has it!!lol!! But refering to the post before me by Applespider, it also depends what mood your in, but I'm always in the mood for sushis...

Sushi7 ;)
 
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CompUser

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hmmm...

-Calimari
-Prime Rib
-Good Clam Chowder
-Penne a la vodka
-Mashed pototoes
 

iBlue

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Mar 17, 2005
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italian.

i do love sushi, but unfortunately so few places can pull it off properly.

i love thai food.

hell, i just love food, m'kay?! :D
 

floriflee

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Dec 21, 2004
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Ohmigosh... I forgot Maryland crabcakes... especially the ones from G&M's. They're baked and have more crab than bread. Mmmm...

Also, there are the sandwiches at Roy's Place in Gaithersburg, MD.

And, lastly, the breakfast burritos at a little dive called Chilli Works in nowhere Los Alamos, NM. So greasy, so fattening, but OH SO GOOD!
 

njmac

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Jan 6, 2004
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BBQ! Real, down home, stick-to-the-ribs, smokey, finger-lickin' goodness with sides of coleslaw, cast iron skillet cornbread, sweet corn on the cob dripping with butter and baked beans.