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lol they had tabehoudai (all you can eat) in KFC Japan on a few occasions. For about 1200 yen you could gorge yourself on all the greasy fried chicken you could eat. Good for the heart
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Re: Food thread

I love a lot of the local dishes and recipes here in México, whether it is the quesadilla with Oaxacan cheese, Pozole, Tacos al pastor, Tortas Ahogadas, Chilorio, Campechana Sinaloense etc

I lived in Europe for many years, but I have to say that the food here really does blow even the most popular European cuisines out of the water in my opinion, in terms of variety and flavour.
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made a Spanish omelette last night, i love it, Spanish food is fantastic

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I'm sorry. I said this?

But yes, it will still probably taste good if you cover a turd with it (not that I am encouraging this).
Some Aussies put tomato sauce on a steak.

On Nadal bumping him on the changeover, Rosol said: "It's ok, he wanted to take my concentration; I knew he would try something".


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I definitely would have preferred Gaba winning as he needs the points much more, but Jan would have beaten him anyway. I expect Hajek to destroy Machado, like 6-1 6-2.
Machado wins 6-2 6-1
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Some Aussies put tomato sauce on a steak.
You ain't Aussie if you don't.

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Re: Food thread

After living on Mexican food for so long, I find Italian, Spanish cuisines etc to be so bland in comparison, and can only properly enjoy them if I add habañero sauce or something. Maybe that's because I just really love spicy food though. No wonder there are so many fat people here with such good food and generous portions on offer.

As far as steaks go, I wonder if there is a better city in the world than Montevideo for that. Argentina and Uruguay have a pretty well documented rivalry for the 'best beef in the world' title, but having been to both countries I think that Uruguay takes it. If you really love your meat, the country would be heaven for you.

A parilla/barbecue on the streets of Montevideo really is an amazing experience.
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My top 5:

1. Chinese
2. Italian
3. Austrian
4. Korean
5. American mid-west

Also loved the steaks in Buenos Aires but not enough variety, especially in terms of veggie dishes. Not a fan of Mexican or Indian - can't handle spicy food.

Pretty much every nation's cuisine (that I've sampled) has at least two or three world class dishes.
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Re: Food thread

If I made a list... it would probably be something like:
-Thai
-Italian
-Chinese/Vietnamese
-Indian
-Mexican
-Spanish
-French
-Japanese
And damn you for making me think of food, I was already hungry and struggling not to get something from my cupboard before going to bed!
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let's see if I still have some pictures on my food from some recent food I prepared


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Greek Salad with Moussaka






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My top 5:

1. Chinese
2. Italian
3. Austrian
4. Korean
5. American mid-west

Also loved the steaks in Buenos Aires but not enough variety, especially in terms of veggie dishes. Not a fan of Mexican or Indian - can't handle spicy food.

Pretty much every nation's cuisine (that I've sampled) has at least two or three world class dishes.
Just curious because I am at midwesterner, what are your favorite things about American midwest food for you to rank it so high?
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Greek Salad with Moussaka







Having Curry tonight

Curry is my favourite food.

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You ain't Aussie if you don't.
This chef I know was in tears, when I told him that.

On Nadal bumping him on the changeover, Rosol said: "It's ok, he wanted to take my concentration; I knew he would try something".


Wilander on Dimitrov - "He has mind set on imitating Federer and yes it looks good. But he has no idea what to do on the court".

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Machado wins 6-2 6-1
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