Getting kinda hungry.
Post food from your country.
I will never understand the hate against ketchup.
Stop posting these disgusting shits. Its not even a dish.
Gotland pancake reporting in.
rice is shit and i won't fall into "its not a meal without rice" chinkery bullshit
>ITT nordic cultural dominance while others pathetically try to post their "food"
why dont you post some food you normally
not some 5 star restaurant tier
It's available everywhere. And yes, it's real tunnbröd, tunnbröd is considered enrichment because the Cuckholmers think it's Sami, therefore it is encouraged and allowed.
>inb4 Finn butthurt
I'm from Meänmaa so we have this as well
>there are people ITT right.now who don't know the greatness of the pickled herring
It's called tunnbrödsrulle, ingredients:
>veggies (lettuce, tomatoes, sometimes cucumber)
>rolled into tunnbröd
Thanks sweden, going to visit you next summer.
>Foreigners will never have a sausage sizzle at Bunnings
It's a paper plate
made gondola medallions just for you
Rooster testicle stew
it's a pretty popular dish at festivals
It is. The mash is rutabaga and carrots btw, if anyone was wondering. I find it has a lot more flavor than mashed potatoes, more nutritious as well. Goes well with salty pork, as in the pic there.
It's actually a cheese, squeaky cheese. It's the same kind that you put in coffee. In fact, we tornedalians call it kahvijuusto (lit "coffee cheese"), while Finns in Finland call it bread cheese, I think...
Who says it isn't? But still better than italian pitsa.
Anise bread. Pretty much Nordic "doughnuts" but with anise flavor. Very common in Northern Sweden and at least Northern Finland as well (at least my family there all bake this often)
eeewww, what the actual fuck is that?
wtf is that ? did you cut off 2 BBC and cooked them ?
they're served hot and yeah when you cut the thing open usually a small cloud of steam blows into your face
Sashimi set meal 800Yen $7
that's some good shi-
This upset the tourist but you should try it it's delicious
Escargot is actually really good, I like to spread it on bread.
You americans put this "cheese" on everything but it doesn't taste like anything. Like it literally had no flavor. I went to a hockey game at Madison Square once and ordered nachos with cheese just to have done it and the entire thing tasted like air.
Thats because that specific kind of "cheese" isn't actually "cheese".
It's essentially flour with yellow food coloring.
I didn't make that webm.
What do japanese people eat when you just want to pig out on something? Like when swedes are hungover and want to eat something big and greasy we go to the local pizzeria and order a big kebab. All Japanese dishes I've seen look so neat and tidy.
I'm out of webms, guess I can post some pics
We are nearing the image limit, boys.
I know its 7 hours since your post but I'll reply anyway.
Ketchup has a sweet taste, some brands more than others, and a lot of people (including me) hate putting sweet sauce on salty things like meat and french fries.
> why were we always enemies rather than allies?
Because Russians are greedy, selfish, have no morals, mistake kindness for weakness and think friendship is a master/slave relationship.