23rd Jul 12, 13:12 #1
What is your favourite food?
It's summer and I love summer food cooked from fresh vegetables.
My favs are:
1. Fried peppers in tomato sauce - a typical aromanian food.
2. Eggplant salad.
23rd Jul 12, 14:07 #2
I'm partial to Salmon, or Yellowtail Sushi, Crowned rack of lamb, a nice Chateaubriand, or Prime Rib (blood rare)
Beef Carpaccio, Veal scaloppini, baby octopus (a la plancha) Spanish green olives stuffed with anchovy (Tapas style), and lest I forget freshly cooked French baguettes with butter, to name just a few.Those who believe in telekinetics raise my hand.
23rd Jul 12, 20:35 #3
Oh dear...were do I start here ? My home made pizza, with tuna, olives, cappers, anchiovies and plenty origano ?...or the gnocchi di patate with home made pesto sauce and grana padano cheese ?...or how about the classic spaghetti alle vongole ? Defenitelly meet (except for Lamb) isn't my fave food as you can read but I love all kinds of pasta, soups, home made pizza, and plenty of fish and vegetables. And I always love to finish my dinner with differents cheese
As for the wine...italian onlyWhen you're tired of rallying...you're tired of life
23rd Jul 12, 21:08 #4
Spezzatino or a pizza mabe by Pino.Another Flying Finn
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24th Jul 12, 10:47 #6
Oh dear... food, where do I start
I'm easy to please and enjoy any food and trying new dishes, but classic favourites would be:
English: asian cuisine (), me mum's steak&kidney pie, chish & fips
Spanish: suckling lamb leg or chops, rabbit al ajillo, fabes, bocata de tortilla, fish
German: sauerkraut (hehe only kidding)
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24th Jul 12, 11:39 #8
now that sounds good, I'll look it upHola Amisgüitos
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25th Jul 12, 15:23 #11
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Sounds a lot like the Polish meal gołąbki. Quite nice, but not my favourite food.__________________________________________________
25th Jul 12, 16:00 #12
Astonished that after 11 post nobody has said B A C O N !!!
25th Jul 12, 16:43 #13
This time of year... riisipuuro ja mansikka soppa (rice pudding and berry soup ... Sounds better in Finnish )“If everything's under control, you're going too slow.” Mario Andretti
25th Jul 12, 17:28 #14
Ok Ed just for you; bacon wrapped filet mignon covered with homemade pesto, chased down with a dose of Lipitor and Frescobaldi Chianti.
While were clogging our arteries with ham might as well have prosciutto wrapped mozzarella, basil, and sundried tomatoe appetizers. Great Last SupperThose who believe in telekinetics raise my hand.
25th Jul 12, 18:04 #15
Steak, Schnitzel, Pizza, Doner kebab, Spinach, Potatoes, Fries, Frikadel... This is all what comes to my mind right now, despite there are lot of more things, which I'd like to eat.. Oh yeah, lets add chicken to the list as well.October 16th, 2011 - One of the blackest days in the history of motorsports.
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that looks like what you get in IkeaHola Amisgüitos
25th Jul 12, 21:38 #20
Chips with HP...heaven
( I ran a chippie that was the only chippie in the 1980 Dining Out restaurant guide in London...fresh fish dropped off from Grimsby at leat 2 days fresher than in the London Fish Market... Gawd can you imagine the heaven I was in. I made the chips, and I made the fish, and endless supplies of Daddies and pickled oinions---only thing I lacked was beer---and that was extra rough cause there were three pubs within 20 yards but I worked same hours they were open.
I made really good fish, and really yummy chips (about 4.7 tons while there---4.5 months) and some of my loyal lunch customers took pity on me and in exchange for chips and saveloys would bring me beer saving me life more than once.)
Oh I miss good fish n chips.