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Post typical home dinner in your country
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>>54015885
reminds ne that -i didn't have this in ages, oh god
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>>54016391
>german food
>it has cabbage in it
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I like Chinese dishes :)
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>>54016484
cabbage and dumplings, problem?
this also has cabbage in it btw, therefor it's rightfully German >>54015530
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this is most loved dish here

top secret receipt in every family
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>>54017082
cabbage is shit tiere.
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>>54017476
Is this true that only Czechs can make average dumplings into tasty knedlicky? What they stand out in taste?
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>>54017543
Cabbage is good, you've just been preparing and eating it wrong your whole Dane life.
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>>54017700
no cabbage is shit, it's what poor people eat 2bh
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>>54017543
Cabbage is full of vitamin C and was used by Captain James Cook to keep his men from getting scurvy on his voyages around the world. Also, it's tasty and goes well with anything.
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All I can see in this thread is German food.
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>>54015252
Buckweat with some meet , or macaroni with some meat or rice with some meat
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>>54017744
Is that the only thing you care about?
>Poor people eat cabbage, it's shit
It tastes pretty fucking great and as you can see it's just a side dish anyway

>>54017818
This.
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>>54017791
If you lack vitamin C eat a pepper fruit m8 2bh
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>>54018164
I like paprika but that's about it. I don't eat spicy food. Cabbage also tastes better than paprika.
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>>54018008
>green peas
>like in every american family movie
I thought it was a meme.
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I cook this
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>>54015252
Schnitzel?
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>>54018398
Peas are yummy.
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>>54018398
peas are based lad fu
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>>54018468
Ja, called also "Schabowy" in Poland.
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>>54016735
Dimsum soup, dimsum bread, dimsum water, dimsum rice, dimsum salad, dimsum cookie.
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Steak and potatoes with some vegetable is has been a long time standard.

I
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>>54018705
I love steak, but I can only cook it good on a grill.
How do people do it best indoors?
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>>54018447
Would it but explain what that is exactly

>>54018468
I believe that many countries have schnitzel desu, Argentinaand Huezil for exaple make some dank stuff
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>>54018843
*eat
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>>54018843
chicken thigh with paprika and garlic
rice with peas and carrots
corn muffin, and acorn squash is the yellow type stuff
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>>54018827
I'm tired of empanadas I cannot even see that shit anymore without feeling like throwing up.

Argie food is not bad at all, but so damn repetitive. You just get tired of it.
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especially with this weather
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>>54018986
> typical home food
srsly?
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>>54015885
>that meat
gibsmedat
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Ayyy
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Fuckin get this into ya!
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>>54019126
no offense but this meat looks weird, as if it's inhabited by worms..sorry
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>>54018996
why are argentines so uncreative? it's a big country with more divershitty than many others.
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>>54019027
Looks delicious! which cuts de la viande are those? We call this puchero

>>54019124
Kidding.
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>>54018789
Not steak, but pic is good for indoors beef fix
>roast beef in a slow cooker (crock pot)
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>>54019305
tastes like heaven tho
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>>54019378
>roast spuds with the juices soaked up
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>>54018922
>acorn squash
They're better halved and baked with butter, brown sugar, and nutmeg in the hollow interior
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>>54019378
I do that sometimes, chuck roast is the best by far for slow cooking, also super easy to make.
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>>54019126
Lamb?
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>>54019424
>>54019454
It's gotta go for at least 8 hrs
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>>54019338
Lazyness. We just steal recipes from other countries, give them Spanish/Italian names and claim them as our own.
Just like every aspect of our """""culture"""""
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>>54019485
yes
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Quzi
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>>54019424
I hope that you mistakenly replied to him because there are no roast spuds in his image.
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>>54019604
I was instantly reminded of them. Ease up turbo.
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>>54019592
Looks delicious, m80
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>>54018681
I-its spagetti with potato with rice?
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The yellow thing is called mamaliga and is made of corn. We eat it a lot here.
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>>54017082
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cBIfdsGHZGA&t=2m
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>>54019768
ty
this is better tho
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>>54019604
>roast spuds
The ones on top are. The ones on the bottom are more stewed, but still mostly solid.
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>>54019340
depends on the person doing it

Usually I use the same mix than for bourguignon (jumeau-collier-macreuse on the image) because it's cheap and the cuts behave differently so you have different textures of meat.

from what I've seen on google puchero uses the lower front/high leg of the cow or was it only the reciepe I came across?
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>>54019845
was supposed to go to
>>54016391
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>>54019340
idk why the image didnt make it
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>>54020049
it's looking right at me!
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>>54019898
Well for starters they aren't and second they are new potatoes which are impossible to roast.

They don't even look like roast potatoes so I don't know what you are even saying.
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>>54020099
"eat me"
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Why is northern european food is so boring bro you would think all those colonies would have gotten us something nice.
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>>54020160
it's winter food

I'm not going to post some ratatouille and shit it's freezing outside
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>>54020154
why do you not take the meat off the bones to make it look better? and it would make it easier to eat
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>>54020208
it's like piercing the yolk of your guests eggs
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>>54020093
Fuck, that looks yummy.
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>>54020160
Obviously cos they can rely only on plants that can withstand northern climate. They have modernist Nordic cuisine but its still rather rustic and simple.
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>>54020208
this>>54020244
tho removing the eyes is ok as they're not (usually) eaten
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>>54020124
>they are new potatoes which are impossible to roast.
>new potatoes
wut
>don't even look like roast potatoes
roast·ing
ˈrōstiNG
noun
1. the action of cooking something in an oven or over an open fire.

Well, they are indeed potatoes. And they are roasted.
Questions? Comments? Concerns?
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You guys would be appalled by the shit Americans were having for dinner in the USA's prime in the 1950s.
Just look at some of this shit http://flashbak.com/meals-in-a-mold-the-mid-centurys-love-affair-with-gelatin-34213/
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>>54019928
Nice, and yes we ossobuco is the cut you saw but we also throw in others like falda because it is basically a melange of whatever's available.
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>>54020445
Oh, Jesus. My wife once showed that shit to me. Fucking terrifying.
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Northern food you say?
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>>54020093
we have a georgian restaurant chain here in Budapest, I've tried several variations of that dish and they were all pretty good. my fav is the meat and red beans mix
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>>54018996
the trick is to eat it on special occasions
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>>54020412
You're a fucking idiot. Roast potatoes are a set thing, not just any potatoes that have been roasted.

You don't even know what new potatoes are, stop shitposting.
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>>54019792
Yes, and chicken too.

Everything except for the rice, was cooked in a pressure cooker with tomato, bunching onion and saffron.
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>>54015252
ale bym opierdolił teraz takiego kotleta z ziemniorami i burakami.
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>>54020953
Tomatoes make potatoes tough.
What spices do you usually use except of saffron?
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>>54020445
i think this is still a thing in east eu and russia
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>>54020937
>Roast potatoes are a set thing
Sure they are...
>new potatoes
>making up shit
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Mmm lamb
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>>54021524
I know I'm just falling for a shitposters bait, but what the hell, I'm bored.

http://localfoods.about.com/od/potatoesfallwinter/a/New-Potatoes.htm

And having googled it, roast potatoes literally means any potato that has been put in an oven in clappistan. How laughable.

>Burgerblobs will never eat roast potatoes
I pity you.
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Pasta desu
>inb4 butthurt Italians and that looks disgusting
It took me only 15 minutes to cook this
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>>54021524
Holy shit, yanks literally don't have roast spuds.

http://ww2.kqed.org/bayareabites/2013/12/21/british-style-roasties-a-whole-new-potato/
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Here's a great tip my family has used for a century. You can buy the head of a cod for just a fraction of the price of the rest of the fish. It's the same meat as cod filets, but way cheaper. You boil it with salt and bay leaf and serve it with melted butter and boiled egg. It's quite good actually, and cheap as fuck
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pasta in general, but carbonara is my favourite.
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>>54022053
why are you eating kebab leftovers with pasta
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>>54022399
because that's the only thing that his turkish master granted him
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How do you make pasta? Is it just like bread?
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>>54022006
>>54022131
>people speak different dialects of the same language
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kenchou
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>>54022607
>different dialects
Is that how you try to justify your poor spelling and outright incorrect names for things in America?
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>>54022177
Low budget way to make ukha from more expensive fish. Common here.
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>>54022607
>different dialects
you have no idea
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>>54022607
>This damage control after being shown to be wrong
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I'm making burgers tonight

any tips?
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>>54022649
>>54022763
>roast potatoes literally means any potato that has been put in an oven
Not my words, lad.

Remember, you are the cunts who dropped in on an exchange between myself and an Aussie.
>>54022794
Grill them outdoors, and have fun.
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>>54022649
Funny thing about American spelling: One man, Noah Webster, changed the way Americans spell things forever when he decided to omit "u" from words such as color in his first edition of the Webster's dictionary. He did this to further the distance between British and American spelling and to set us apart from the Brits. It worked and ever since we've been spelling stuff differently.
The more you know
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>>54023025
and the "i" from aluminium
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>>54023025
Kinda like how protestants say "and the kingdom, the power, and glory are yours, forever and ever" just to be different from Catholics?
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Don't think we have food here. I've never seen any.
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>>54022794
All I put on them is salt.
I set the grill high and cook both sides for a minute or two, then lower the heat until well done.
Are you cooking them on a grill?
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>>54022985
>Grill them outdoors

It's -2°C (or 28F as google says) and I don't own a bbq

do you put things in the meat or you just season it/form patty without overworking it?
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>>54022794
Don't follow this guys advice
https://youtu.be/Hpuu24goynk?t=121
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>>54022794
Add Avocado and nacho peppers
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>>54023228
I make mine with a small amount of diced pieces of red and green chiles in the meat. On the outside I throw on a dash of Lawry's seasoned salt, and a little freshly cracked pepper.
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The most common one is allegedly macaroni cassarole.
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>>54023228
Oh, and burgers are great topped with sharp cheddar and jack cheese, and a fried egg.
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>>54023221
Nah I don't have a grill
I have a good pan and I know how to get correct heat tho
usually I just salt the meat, then form the patties, cook one side, flip, add pepper, add cheese ,cook the other side, done

But I know people add things to the meat (like an egg?) and I'm not too sure about it

>>54023366
I have avocados actually. Do you just cut them in slices? I tried before but they kept falling off. When do you put them?

>>54023444
No nacho peppers where I live, usually I use chilli flakes or tabasco to bring heat.
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>>54023470
Goddamn that looks delicious
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>>54023528
>I just salt the meat, then form the patties
Salt the outside of the burger after you form it, I think you will like this way better
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Karaage ( Japanese fried chicken)
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>>54021209
I don't use any spices.

That time I used saffron because I wanted to give color to that food.
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>>54018699
fuck off tard
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And a salad.
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>>54022626
Hey Korean, What do you mean "kenchou"?
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loving this since I was a child and my mom still cooks it for me everytime when I'm visiting my parents
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>>54022607
You're pathetic.
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>>54023908
Nice but look like a breakfast
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>>54023528
Put them on the bun
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All this looks so good, its a pity that here we very rarely "dine".
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>>54024108
mashed potato is a bit heavy for breakfast I'd say
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>>54024041
USA #1
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>>54023628
>>54024115
thanks lads!
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>>54022985
I don't know lad, how can I be mad when I'm having roast spuds tomorrow? You are the fox bad mouthing the grapes here.
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>>54023453
And the more traditional one is this.
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>>54018986
This is making me seriously hungry
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>>54023025
Yes and one I day I could decide to omit the letter "T" from words. That has no bearing on it being wrong and it certainly doesn't make it a dialect.
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>>54024190
Really.. Is that enough for dinner?? I think I need more bread and sausage and salad.
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>>54024212
I'll admit one thing, your blind arrogance is kind of endearing.
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Ukrainian kids is very popular dish in Russia now
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>>54024615
yeah since both spinach and potatoes are pretty creamy but sausages fit pretty well too
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>>54017476
2/10 dish, sorry bro. And I'm a czechboo
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>>54023570
It is delicious, indeed, and it is also very easy to prepare
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the best
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rate
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Does anyone have products which is advertised as "you might not like it"?

Marmite is a yeast extract spread eaten on toast and the marketing tagline is "you either love it or hate it".
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>>54024870
It looks nice, but a bit oily.

You certainly need some vegetables to go with it too.
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>>54024870
chicken?
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>>54020664
It's not that chačapuri is bad but Georgian food is incredibly overrated. Especially when you consider its so close to parts of the world with excellent cuisine such as Turkey, the Levant, Greece, etc.
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>>54024898
Vegemite is infinitely better.
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>>54025025
yep
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>>54024756
Does any good currywurst sauce come sold in a jar?
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eating this right now
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>>54024746
you eats their cunt?
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>>54025096
Back to the cubes with you, convict.
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>>54024756
I love this. We calling " German potato "
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>>54025360
>Back to the cubes with you, convict

I didnt even know pakis ate marmite, ahmed
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German potato
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>>54025236
Reverse Poland don't troll me
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>>54025500
what is german in this potato?
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>>54025462
Well you are clearly some form of jf and not a convict as expected from your Vegemite enjoyment.

What are you? Cunt.
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>>54025174
I kinda enjoy their pizzas but they feel too small.
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>>54025886
That's why you bulk the meal out with fruits and vegetables. Don't fall to the yank side.
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>>54025500
If it were german there'd be no beakon since it's haram for muslims
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>>54015252
Jealous?
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>>54025999
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>>54025787
Maybe from German food Speckkartoffeln. Bacon and potato. In English is German fries??
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>>54023641
You get that in Wagamama. Also Ebi Gyoza is Prawn Dumplings - I think.
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>>54015252
>tfw hungry
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>>54026142
No, it's looking just like potato with bacon. Nothing German, or any other nation.
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>>54025870
A white person m8, have you seen one of those ?
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>>54026280
Why wagamama??? Am I selfish??? Gyoza is Chinese food and very popular in here.
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>>54026495
I never called you selfish... I hope. Well, I never meant to call you selfish.

Wagamama is a Japanese restaurant in the UK.
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>>54026459
Why you have to be upset?
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>>54026481
Well that's what I said before, you are Australian.

Stop being a mong.
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>>54026583
I just want to understand why do they call it "German". It's strange, isn't it?
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>>54026459
We don't know why but we calling German potato. forgive me.
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Contrary to popular belief this is not nigger food
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>>54026740
Some dishes in Japan are called by nationality of the chef/merchant/company that originally introduced it.
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>>54026582
Oh I see. I didn't know that restaurant. But I guess they doesn't have Japanese chef. Maybe Chinese or Korean...
Anyway, Almost Japanese loves Karaage :)
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>>54027049
What's in front of the sweetcorn but behind the chicken?
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This and other forms of spaghetti are quintessential to American cuisine
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southern US here
fried okra, fried corn, typical soul food like mac n cheese, chicken and waffles, grits, dumplings, sweet potatoes, pecan pie, usually all at once.

feels good
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>>54026827
Oh, that’s all right. Do you have any food called "Russian"?
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>mfw it's banned in america

kek
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>>54027153
sweet potato casserole
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>>54027199
Hmm I think no but we have "Beef stroganoff" "Borscht" "Piroshki" :)
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>>54027418
meme stroganoff
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ibu_aoDrgTk
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>>54018597
a schnitzel + lettuce?
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>>54027555
what's so strange about it?
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>>54027833
Where is the sauce? And the rice/potato/bulgur/couscous/french Fries etc
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>>54027510
Also we have "hushed beef" "hayashi rice" , and they are the food which arranged beef stroganoff.
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>>54015252
I think this is the most Swedish and commonly eaten dish. Pyttipanna.
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>>54027199
>>54027418
There is Russia bread (it's not popular though)
And Russian tea (which is a way of drinking black tea and eating jam)
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>>54027049
Still gross
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>>54027213
What's that?
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>>54028009
M E M E
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>>54028170
>Haggis is a savoury pudding containing sheep's pluck (heart, liver and lungs); minced with onion, oatmeal, suet, spices, and salt, mixed with stock, traditionally encased in the animal's stomach

Also mashed potatoes and boiled Turnip.
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Russian pub, Filipin pub, Korean pub
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nothing better than some good ol matza bread made with the blood of a christian child
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>>54028456
How much?
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>>54028817
Cheeper than Japanese pub
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Good thread
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>>54029026
How much is 100% yamato nadeshiko pub?
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>>54029130
5,000yen-10,000yen / hour. But not Yamato nadeshiko, just Japanese girl.
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>>54024384
looks like goulash not made in Hungary :)
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>>54024856
This is my favorite plain dish anon. Wienerschnitzel with pommes frites
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Québec
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>All these people ITT who don't know how to serve a fucking Schnitzl

S M H T B H F A M
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This is a typical meal at a "Cabane à sucre" (sugar shack). It's like half-restaurant, half-farm. You go there during spring to eat traditional meals. They usually grow maple trees on site. That's why they're open during spring and specialize in maple syrup. The chip-like things on the right are called "Oreilles de crisse" (christ ears).
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>>54028342
Fucking jocks.
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>>54029968
>Ugric foods are similar
>https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gMhMwGuCU3s
Gee
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>>54030230
So first you faux frogs steal chips, cheese and gravy from us and base your entire "culture" around it and now you steal cottage pie from us too?

Wew lad.
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white rice, fried eggs.

and "aguadepanela" (a sugar cane derivate, called "rapadura" in Brazil) for drink.
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>>54030894
You steal the fucking pork scratching from us too now?

Christ alive.
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>>54019829
looks like a mean plate of grits if my eyes don't lie.

some grits with eggs lookin good
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>>54031095
We eat everything pictured here drenched with maple syrup though.

Did you know that over 70% of maple syrup in the world is produced in Québec?
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>>54031095
>google "chips, cheese and gravy"
>first result: "poutine"

:^)
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