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do you use hovmästarsås with it? I tend to prefer it straight up without the sauce
Just the plain fish, it's fatty enough as it is . The bread and cucumber give nice tastes and texture to it. And I enjoy the pure flavors.

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Yeah, it's better with a crunchy vegetable than with potato because you had bread anyway

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I need to try it sometime.

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ffs, this is so cruel...poor fish
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Bacalhau à brás



Portuguese "cozido"



Yes, we eat snails



Portuguese beans dish





Rock soup



Green soup




And in the end, Madeira Islands food, impossible not to love it...

Madeira's Espetada



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Some good dishes I taste in Lithuania

Chicken Kiev



Cepelinai



Beetroot soup



And in the end my favourite to eat with beer: Kepta Duona (fried bread). You can give me this Svyturys Baltas and Kepta Duona with cheese everyday, and I'll be the happiest man in the world...


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Guys this is incredible. Keep it up. It's nice to see a variety of different foods around the world and I for one am privileged to see some of this good shit . Next time when I'm planning a massive overseas trip, I have to give these a go.

@Machado & Gil -- especially with the fried bread. I think that's a great substitute for fries/chips.

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Fuck that shit. Way to ruin someone's appetite .

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Anyone here like cheese?

How about eggs?

Im crazy bout eggs and cheese lately.

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Anyone here like cheese?

How about eggs?

Im crazy bout eggs and cheese lately.
Make an omelette out of that shit bro.

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Cheese is just awesome, makes every meal a gourmet plate IMO.

Yesterday we went to an Asian restaurant and I had something called Lok-Lak



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French fries are so Asian!

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@Arkulari -- Never seen an Asian dish like that before . Nevertheless it looks pretty damn right tucker to me (except for that wedge of cherry tomato, in the right lower corner there, that appears to be unripe ). What's the sauce?

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French fries are so Asian!
I have no idea why it comes with those there, one weird fusion thing.

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Fennel-crusted Pork with Waldorf Salad
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@Arkulari -- Never seen an Asian dish like that before . Nevertheless it looks pretty damn right tucker to me (except for that wedge of cherry tomato, in the right lower corner there, that appears to be unripe ). What's the sauce?
black pepper vinaigrette sauce



I made that as a snack for the Athletic match, red bell pepper filled with shrimp and onion with a tomato sauce

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