What is your national food?
What is your local/regional food?
Show me what you got /int/
Midwesterners will understand this.
>What is your national food?
paella, tortilla, jamon serrano
>What is your local/regional food?
catalan cream (creme brulee)
>not crack cocaine with flakka seasoning
Regional (Bs As.): Fainá
antes que asado relaciono a argentina con sus empanadas
Raw herring with onions, the best thing Holland produced in terms of food.
hmm they forgot about texas bbq somehow
sí, pero asado y mate es lo primero que aparece en las fiestas gauchas
New England comfort food is best comfort food
Boston cream pie
Boston baked beans
Fish and chips
American chop suey
Yankee pot roast
New England boiled dinner
Cinnamon and maple mashed squash
does any western country have çiğ köfte? excluding balkanlar.
i literally can't live without this shit.
I could fill the whole thread with pics of delicacies, but if I had to pick one dish I couldn't live without it would probably be sfogliatelle.
>a plain potato
>a bunc of unassorted plain fruit and veg
My sides, where is spray-on cheese
for foringers is national...
en Barcelona lo promueven mucho a los turistas
también lo relaciono con el dulce de leche
que va, una empanada es una empanada y una quiche es una quiche. ¿donde escuchaste eso?
>con el dulce de leche
y las facturas
comparado con nuestra cultura la de ellos tiene muchas más y mejores cosas dulces. debe ser la influencia anglofrancesa
National dish would be this I guess
Basic, but nice
The most typical regional food is probably "stoemp"with sausage or some other cheap meat.
It's mashed potatoes with vegetables and some spice mashed into it, working man's food from the old days
best I could find with 2 minutes of googling
does the burger have regional variation?
How many variations are there?
>How many variations are there?
Heh, this could take all day.
Bbq bacon double is my favorite
stay away from the ones that put a fried egg on top, those places usually don't do eggs or burgers justice
>mississippi mud pie
>a FUCKIN PIE MADE FROM MUD
YOU CANNOT MAKE THIS SHIT UP
Our food is only good if its cooked yourself or at a good restaurant, the majority of American food services will result in you shitting a painful liquid that stings your ass for hours.
not that ive ever seen
mostly they eat cereal
but a non lazy breakfast would be
>breakfast sausages (not sure what these are tb h)
obviously not all at the same time
Sometimes we eat them chopped up in eggs, but I think you're confusing it with home fries.
Smoked lamprey is a thing in northern Finland.
Not sure about national food
The main ways potatoes are eaten at breakfast are hashbrowns and "breakfast potatoes" (pic related).
Regional: Brandade (salt cod and olive oil, usually ate with potatoes)
National: Beef bourguignon
I don't even eat breakfast, just coffee and maybe a granola bar or fruit during the week.
Saturday might have some cereal around 11
Sunday: giant indulgent breakfast either made at home or at some resturant
Nobody I've known from IL knows what the fuck a horseshoe sandwich is, but it's always in these stupid fucking list. Illinois foods are the following:
>deep dish pizza
>Chicago style hotdogs
>Italian beef sandwiches
God, I miss Portillo's.
t. Grew up in Illinois (not Chicago)
Have you never been there? It's cool. Then again, I love deserts, mountains, and weird rock formations.
at least the chipotle was ok...
so, how is Cleveland?
Every tiny town has at least one bar or diner with a signature burger. Every one.
>has green chiles in the meat
>yes, that's a fried egg on top
"orange" isn't a proper example of regional cuisine. it's something we grow and export to the rest of the country
a better example would be florida stone crabs or key lime pie or something
>Why would you want to see cokeheads with daddy issues
My personal favourite, though cauliflower cheese deserves a special mention too.
honestly, these don't even seem like that big of a variation
here you just kinda tell the turk what you want in the burger, be it nacho, tomatoes, ajvar, even sauerkraut
My hometown made the Nanaimo Bar
And now you can find cheap shitty versions in coffeeshops and airport delis across the globe
my mum makes them good though. she mails them to me a few times a year
>mfw NYC food is the food of New York
>no buffalo wings
Roast dinners, fish and chips, pies, sausage rolls, english breakfasts, crumpets. Take your pick.
Reigonal food is the pasty I guess
>take a Mexican dish and use a different kind of meat
>YEAH BRAH THIS IS OUR, LIKE, REGIONAL DISH, WE HAVE HELLA CULTURE HERE
Every kebab shop burger looks like that in every European country. Makes me think there is amassive Halal slaughterhouse somewhere producing them en masse. I literally never eat from kebab shops, I wouldn't trust a Muslim to stand next to on the bus, let alone make my food. Plus Halal meat is disgusting subhuman practice that I will never give my money to
California was settled by Spaniards, and was part of Mexico. Also, fish tacos are Mexican food, not a variation on Mexican-style cooking. Do you not know anything about our southwest?
sounds fun as fuck (also unauthentic :^))
it's actually one of the best burgers i've eaten, besides Serbian Leskovačka pljeskavica
it's got a really nice and unique taste
that pic is probably the only burger shop owned by slovenes in slovenia though, the turk thing was in jest
>he thinks lobster, crayfish, and crab are the same
Well every burger in every kebab shop I ever went in looks like that. Low quality reformed meat in a thin disc, gross. My local burger joint burgers look like this
>he doesn't know about Luther Burgers
Rancid. An American style diner near me does them, the sugar and beef fat churns my stomach. A sweet donut dripping with burger fat, truly hideous, I don't know how you can enjoy it. Do you order it with a side of fried butter and a bucket of corn syrup to wash it down with?
Logically it should be a bed of lettuc on the bottom with some onion, then cheese and a tomato slice on top. That is the best way to form a burger for structural integrity. You should know this 2bh
They're literally different animals, with subgroups within them. How do you not know this, you blistering idiot?
It's like thinking pork, beef, and horsemeat are the same because they're all mammals and have four legs.
Never come to my state and never speak of it again you worthless fucking idiot
That was the joke, that you have corn syrup in all your sodas.
lobster is tourist food, American Chop Suey would be my vote for real Maine food, everyone up here eats it, alongside that almost every meal or dish is served with a piece of untoasted buttered white bread
>I've been to USA, as far as I can remember, lettuce is always on the bottom
That's fucking wrong. Just wrong.
The only acceptable thing to go between the bottom bun and the patty is cheese.
Vegetables go on top!
>Americans considered most racist country on earth by Americans
>Europeans won't even eat at a non-white owned restaurant
We give ourselves too much crap... America's probably the least racist country on earth
But that's a traditional American food
Our fatness severely overrides our racism. We really don't care who you are our where you're from if you can give us lots of delicious food.
Maybe that's why blacks still have it tough. Soul food sucks.
Me? I said I will never give my money to Muslims for unethically slaughtered Halal meat. That's not saying I wont eat at any restaraunt owned by non whites. I fucking love curry... And Italian food ;^)
yeah, but its the most common staple meal eaten up here, every potluck, funeral, school on Friday, church supper, lodge meeting, lunch counter and family eats it
even if its not from here, its become an unofficial state dish
National: obviously the goulash
Regional: oh boy, had spent 15 minute thinking, and I could only come up with some cakes...
Don't ask. Its shit. Its just roasted pig.
Its literally Filipino Curry. It was brought to the Philippines by Indian deserters of the British Army following the end of the Seven Years War. Most of these Indians- Sikhs usually- settled in the city of Antipolo back then. My hometown.
spic countries have a cultural fear of diced chicken
I love whole pieces of chicken too but when you're making soup the point is to be able to spoon all parts at once, both broth AND chunks.
>Chicken soup in different cultures
You should really spread a thin layer of some fatty condiment like mayonnaise on the bottom bun as a barrier to keep the bun dry, then the meat/cheese, then lettuce and the rest of the veggies. This is advanced burger chemistry Mon frêre