Post pics of regional food that most likely has never been posted on /ck/ before.
Pic is Pasztecik Szczeciński (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pasztecik_szczeci%C5%84ski) which is a fast food dish from my home town in Poland. When I was a kid, Poland didn't have western fast food joints but for some reason only in the town I'm from we had this place which was always packed. There were I believe only 2 or 3 locations back then and on weekends there was always a long lineup pretty much all day long. Unfortunately these days while open in more locations it seems like people no longer prefer it over McDicks or other fast food places so these restaurants are kinda quiet. Still, this is some of the best food I had as a kid and when I go back to visit my family in Poland I always must eat my share.
What is it exactly? It's a yeast dough (kinda like unsweet donut) that's stuffed with ground meat or these days a few different fillings. It's fried in a machine that spins it so it cooks on both sides. Traditionally served with hot clear borscht with a lot of pepper in it. I sometimes wonder how well this would sell in North America...
What are you talking about? I still don't have internet in my area, I had to stick a bunch of bees into a coffee can and put it on top the microwave to jack my motorola cell phone into the web so i could post this.
Yeah, but you also don't realize that whatever specialty foods you think are made in your area are actually specific to your area.
It's like Western Europeans who almost daily make posts about how kebabs are a specialty food from their particular country.
They're just ignorant, that's ignorant.
I don't live in Poland any more.
Also the name, Pasztecik is a polish name for a sausage roll. This version is completely different, it used to only be sold in 1 city in the entire world, now I think they have locations in a few different cities. "Szczecinski" means "from Szczecin" or Stettin in German.
Bullshit, no one else in the entire US makes pork chops. That is specific to my city, maybe even just my neighborhood. And if anyone else makes them, they are copying us and their chops are obviously of inferior quality and will probably cause erectile dysfunction.
Not the other guy, but I'm going to rephrase:
No SANE western European wants to claim the Kebab as a region specific dish.
Obviously, there are all kinds of idiots on 4chan and /ck/.
Personally I have never noticed such a thread, though. Link one. Since you say they happen every day, there must be at least one around.
I don't know if this has been posted here before (probably has) but I love Murtabak street vendors when I was young and visiting Indonesia.
It's more or less a stuffed pancake that has a slightly crunchy outside but an incredibly sponge-y interior. Like super sponge-y, not fluffy or airy but as close to a sponge consistency as you can get. Pretty much filled with anything but I mostly get the dessert kind which is filled with chocolate and crispy rice.
It has probably been posted here before, but isn't mentioned often.
I love pan fried banana. When I have bacon and eggs, I throw a banana in there and it comes out amazing. All my friends think it's weird, but they all like it.
OP here, Indonesia has so much awesome food that's somehow not as mainstream as Thai food. I have a friend from Indonesia and he took me to a few Indonesian restaurants to try the food which was amazing. I haven't visited him yet but he constantly tells me to come to Indonesia so I'll defo have to do that in the next few years.
Corn dogs are not a yeast dough and are much denser. The filling inside is also not a hot-dog type that stays in tact, it's ground meat.
The general idea however is somewhat similar.