3. Northern Chinese
Gutter oil tier:
100000. Southern Chinese
yeah but in the Asian cup there was clearly one immensely superior food culture
Nah, Koreans do it pretty well, I like their food they making here
>sweet and greasy
>fishy, lard filled dumplings
>eats anything with four legs besides tables or that can fly besides airplanes
I know everything there needs to be known about Southern Chinese cuisine sempai
bro, trust me, no!
southern china cosine is far and wide
they have the porridge breakfast thing
all kind of dimsum, pot roast, sweet sauce
southern china is about freshness as a part of taste so obviously they will use light sauce in cooking and the food is alive right before
senpai, it is a shame when a kouhai has to teach you
ps. gutter oil was invented in tw
I don't like too many spices, so
3. Northern Chinese
Malay deserves a place somewhere there but I can't decide where.
And yes, Southern Chinese is shit-tier
American Chinese food isn't bad tbqh. Once I had my first Peking duck (with the Moshou) it tasted 100x better than roast duck which was all mushy and very greasy
>food is alive right before
why would I want to eat a boiled alive turtle? THROUGH IT'S SHELL
this taste is so typical pinoy, pork based southern chinese cuisines are based af lad.
that stinky stench of bakut is something you gonna hate at first but you will definitely miss it and eventually crave for more.
southern chinese cuisines are so fucking underrated
no i mean, thats how i expect a filipino rate asian cuisine given their un-adventorous tendency.
>My family is from Southern China
so do i (eventhough nobody i know alive can cook for shit) , m8 even locals here love it so much they assimilated it as their own cuisine
There's a reason. They're a bunch of islands in a warm climate, so their food is based on grilling and smoking fish. It's plain disgusting.
And there's something to their rice dishes that makes me want to puke.
Are you kidding me?? The top right, middle, bottom middle are all Southern Chinese food. Respectively they are dim sum, hefen, and sweet and sour pork. Most rice based dishes are from Southern China since Northern China has a diet mostly based on noodles, bread and dumplings. Look at the wikipedia pages for Southern Chinese food I'm sure you've enjoyed eating some of the dishes.
>Minang, East Java, and Jakarta
you realize lack of pork could dull your mind right?
I should have clarified Coastal Southern Chinese food
Anyways, those things are very overrated. Of course I have.
I am saying nothing beats Northern Chinese cuisine once I tried real Northern Chinese food (maybe because of all that gluten)
> Asian food ranking
It's just the matter of marketing tho, the one that consider as junk-food or easy to cook and eat, they are the best. Korean and Japan food are heavily promoted
I like Northern Chinese food too, but I don't understand why you hate Southern Chinese food enough to call it gutter oil? Also all the cuisine links I posted were from Guangdong which is on the southern coast so why are you saying Coastal Southern Chinese food is bad? That's a made up term, and having a coast is why Cantonese cuisine is famous for its seafood.
Your opinion is not fact. Many Chinese travel to Hong Kong for the seafood. Also seafood is not the only part of Southern Chinese cuisine. I don't know about Filipino food.
Are we even trying to prove something here? As I said, this thread is for the discussion of opinions. Opinions are subjective and can't be proven. You're acting like you're talking facts when you're not even meant to.
I apologise. I should not have berated you for having an opinion and I overreacted. I misunderstood you and thought you meant seafood was shit for everyone. Do you hate non-seafood southern cuisine as well?
>Do you hate non-seafood southern cuisine as well?
Sometimes, especially since I tend to have the impression that Southern cuisine involves blending all kinds of shit, including seafood, together (see dim sum, etc).
I don't really like stuff like pic related at all, too. If you're just mixing a bunch of stuff together and pouring a sauce over it, it's not for me.
I don't like that kind of food either and I would say none of favourite foods are like that. I enjoy siu mei, braised goose, steamed egg, sweet and sour pork, little pot rice, fried chicken (pic related), fried rice, Hainanese chicken rice, lo mai gai, beef chow fun, wonton noodles. Not all Southern Chinese food is bad.
>siu mei, braised goose, steamed egg, sweet and sour pork, little pot rice, fried chicken (pic related), fried rice, Hainanese chicken rice, lo mai gai, beef chow fun, wonton noodles
Siu mei and wanton noodles aren't bad.
Hainanese chicken rice is very overrated here. It's decent, but not the best.
Steamed egg is just too dry.
As for sweet and sour pork, I find the usual way of cooking way too watery.
I especially despise fried rice and little pot rice though. There's just that... musty? taste in them.
Generally I prefer more bland foods, which is why I like the first two I mentioned. I can take spiciness, but not too much sourness.
Call me picky, but that's what I think.
>Steamed egg is just too dry.
Fuck did I just say, was thinking of braised eggs. Steamed eggs just remind me of tofu, but with meat in it. I don't really fancy the texture. And it doesn't go well with the boiled rice they serve at food courts.
That is understandable. I also like steamed spare ribs with black beans, and steamed ground pork with salted egg but I thought they were too bland to be of note. If you like bland food you should like dim sum. Some blander kinds are Chinese sticky rice, siu mai,steamed meat balls, lotus leaf rice, preserved egg and pork porridge, rice noodle rolls, turnip cake and tofu pudding. It's sad that you dislike seafood. Most of our seafood is bland to highlight the freshness. Do you still think Southern Chinese food is shit? I eat it daily and it depresses me to think that something thinks it's shit.
Sticky rice and certain types of dim sum are good. Turnips are tasty but filling.
Does preserved egg refer to salted egg? It's... ok with porridge, I can say that.
Rice noodle rolls with sweet sauce are alright, but they get old very fast (eat maybe one or two and you're tired of them).
I can't really speak for the rest.
>Do you still think Southern Chinese food is shit? I eat it daily and it depresses me to think that something thinks it's shit.
I do too, although there's more western influence on cuisine here (family is westernised but ancestors are from Fujian). I don't get why you would be depressed if someone thinks your food is shit, though.
that's because it isn't - they're just calling it like that for using soy sauce and marketing purposes for the dum-dums
>tfw 99% of russians genuinely think "Matreshka" was created in Russia
2. NorthWestern (non muslim ones)
3. Cantonese soup
10. Cantonese food in general
13. Everything else
999999999. Northeastern and all other round rice heresy
9999999999999999999. Shanghai&Jiangsu&Zhejiang and all other sweetened zongzi faggit
> pidorashkas giving a fuck about firsts instead of praising what became their culture in no matter what way
Balalaika is not Russian culture. It's not used outside artifical shows and some festivals. Accordion became a part of culture, people played it a lot. If you can't understand written English properly, better ask what do people mean.