Post # 16
I dont discriminate when it comes to food. I love basically everything. Among my favorites are viatnamese, greek, dominican, indian, italian, thai…the list could go on. I believe there are good dishes in every type of cuisine and I can find something I enjoy in almost all of them….except German food. Sorry…I dont like German food.
Post # 17
Why not German food? I’m not asking because it’s my favorite but just curious.
Post # 18
I love Korean food. I live in my city’s Koreatown so I’m surrounded by hundreds of high quality authentic restaurants… I’m spoiled with delicious Korean food all the time.
Post # 19
I stopped in Germany for a few days and someone ordered a saurkraut dish for me with some sort of sausage and I was not a fan. I did not like the vinegar taste…it was probably one of the worst tasting dish I ever had. Granted this is one of the few German foods I have had so I am probably judging unfairly. I probably should try other things.
German beer and German chocolate is great though.
Post # 20
I’m a fan of Korean food too. Love their bbq, side dishes especially glass noodles and kimchi fried rice. However, this is perhaps American influenced as people I’ve known who have been to Korea say the food they ate there has much less meat than the ones we are used to in the US. @spilledmilk
Post # 21
- Wedding: June 2019 - Turkey
Thai, Indian and Turkish for sure.
Post # 23
I honestly like just about everything and I’m a pretty adventurous eater. But Mexican will always be my favorite 🙂 Chinese is a close second.
Post # 24
Vietnamese and Mexican. I can’t pick a one and two – they both hold a special place in my heart.
Post # 25
Italian, Mediterranean (Greek, Turkish etc), Japanese & Thai 😋😋. I love most cuisines but sorry I don’t like typical American foods.
Post # 26
- Wedding: October 2020 - Concord, Ontario
My absolute favourite food is Portuguese. I adore eating fish and seafood. Followed by Italian
Post # 27
In no particular order: Vietnamese, Thai, Mexican*, Greek, and certain German dishes because my mom was German so the dishes hold great memories.
*I’m super picky about Mexican – I do not like Americanized Mexican at all. Luckily I live in a very diverse area so I’m able to enjoy authentic dishes.
Post # 28
Puerto Rican cuisine is my favorite:
Post # 29
I can’t believe no one has said French food! Coq au vin is my all time favorite. And then in no particular order: the spiciest Indian food I can find, Japanese and italian
Post # 30
Never had it before before since I’m at the west coast and there’s really no Puerto Rican restaurants around. I always hear Pork Pernil is good.