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[OFF TOPIC] Food & Drinks Thread

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2 minutes ago, thiago_simoes said:


You can have pastel anywhere in the state of São Paulo (I believe anywhere in Brazil, to be honest). There's also an option with veggies, and another option filled with heart of palm, so there are even more ways to make your belly bigger. :lol:

In all honesty, if you like Japanese food, Liberdade is the one place to go. But maybe I'm pushing it too hard because I'm a Japanophile myself. I've taken 2 years and a half of Japanese lessons, so it's nice to go to the restaurants there and reply in Japanese when they greet me (much to their surprise, as I'm basically a black latino man).

Here if you say hi in Japanese or Chinese in a Japanese or Chinese restaurant they're just like "huh? Dude stop" :p 

 

I think I had pastel too in Brazil (Brasilia), but again that's too long ago to be sure of which kind exactly.

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Tried out some Japanese stuff for the very first time. Here we have onigiri (rice balls) in non-traditional shape with gomashio seasoning (sea salt, roasted black pepper) and tuna mayonnaise filling.

 

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Also, I tried making okonomiyaki (Japanese pancake) which can literally speaking be done in any way you like. I added leftover cabbage, spring onion, egg and ham. Also some fish sauce to taste and bacon mayonnaise on top.

 

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I'm very satisfied with my results. :d

 

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the lunch of naruto  

 

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I’m curious to see the responses on here to this:

make it weird please, I don’t want to know about your bland ass food.

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We don't have that weird stuff actually. I mean eating herring (raw) is sort of Dutch, but it's just a fish...

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Probably the weirdest is also the commonly known National dish so that explains too much about the gastronomy of my country :lol:

 

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4 hours ago, Olympian1010 said:

I’m curious to see the responses on here to this:

make it weird please, I don’t want to know about your bland ass food.

Here in Denmark we don't have many weird dishes or food. Traditional Danish food is pretty bland. 

 

I watched a food program about Danish regional dishes. I saw this dish, which I found sort of weird. It's cod heads and balls of barley porridge. The balls are put inside the mouth of the cod heads, and then you eat the balls. Appetizing. 

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We also have sylte (A kind of tarrine). Sylte was originally made from a head of a pig, but is now commonly made from the forequarters or shanks of pork or veal.

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10 minutes ago, wumo26 said:

I watched a food program about Danish regional dishes. I saw this dish, which I found sort of weird. It's cod heads and balls of barley porridge. The balls are put inside the mouth of the cod heads, and then you eat the balls. Appetizing. 

 

 

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France won the world champs of "paté croute 2018"

 

look at what they did :


 

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11 hours ago, Olympian1010 said:

I’m curious to see the responses on here to this:

make it weird please, I don’t want to know about your bland ass food.

 

The only ones I can think about are frog legs and snails (I have never tried any one of them, and I'd like it to stay that way)

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1 hour ago, Bohemia said:

 

The only ones I can think about are frog legs and snails (I have never tried any one of them, and I'd like it to stay that way)

I saw someone twitted about sea snails or something. I though that frog legs was kind of an urban legend.

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13 hours ago, Olympian1010 said:

I’m curious to see the responses on here to this:

make it weird please, I don’t want to know about your bland ass food.

As for my country I’d say deep fried butter, alligator, and probably some more I’ll think of later.

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