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What's your favourite food?
Traditional British 38%  38%  [ 10 ]
French 0%  0%  [ 0 ]
Italian 19%  19%  [ 5 ]
Spanish 0%  0%  [ 0 ]
Mexican 4%  4%  [ 1 ]
Indian 12%  12%  [ 3 ]
Chinese 15%  15%  [ 4 ]
Japanese 0%  0%  [ 0 ]
American 0%  0%  [ 0 ]
Thai 12%  12%  [ 3 ]
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What's your favourite food, vote now!!

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Can't we have an 'All' option
Favourite food 'American' - what burger and chips - sorry, they can't even get that right - fries. :wtf:


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you missed out scottish :cb
Haggis, neeps & tatties :thumbright:
deep fried mars bars, pizzas etc :sad:

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Can't we have an 'All' option
Favourite food 'American' - what burger and chips - sorry, they can't even get that right - fries. :wtf:


American cuisine is varied, I was thinking of Cajun, Creole from the Southern States, proper chowder, gumbo.

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I should have said "Traditional British".

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maybe an "All" option could also be called "Gannet" option :lol:

There is a town near me that very proudly boasts no 'foreign' restaurants - no much of a boast to me personally :roll:

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Traditional British for me. :thumbright:

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British all the time, Steak 'n Kidney, Curry etc.


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EJJ150847 wrote:
British all the time, ... Curry etc.


LOL - funny, true but still funny :thumbright:

I went for Thai - totally amazing when done right..!

I'm hoping Skiking was taking the p*ss about American style food - I know the common impression that it's cheese with everything is not far from the mark but like Blu says Southern Style food is great :-P

I spend quite a bit of time in the deep South with work now and stuff like Chitlings, mess o greens, chowder etc are brilliant and not sweet - sweet tea (you'll know what I mean if you've tried it) is perfect when the weather gets warm

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it is a tricky one sometimes ...

I have gone of Indian food ever since I got "trapped" in bed by a Chicken Vindaloo for a whole weekend :shock:

Walking home after getting totally sloshed as a young guy on Friday night, but still thinking "I need a takeaway" - as one does, I get a really horrible looking vindaloo, cary it home, carry it upstairs, get into bed with it on the bedside cabinet with a fork ready to eat and fall asleep.
Wake up feeling super-rough and see this disgusting looking vindaloo with a half-inch of oil lying on top - and could not get past it :sad: :sad:

Took until Sunday lunchtime to make it past the stuff :cb

Took nesrly 20 years to eat another Indian :shock:

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Ill'e stick with Italian pasta and seafood dishes washed down with copius amounts of wine.

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I went for Chinese, but it really depends on the mood I'm in, I very often prefer Traditional British especially breakfast when on Holiday! :lol:
Like to go for Traditional Fish & Chips when at the seaside :thumbright:
I suppose it's what they say - variety is the spice of life :wink:

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My favorite foods are Toasted Subway sandwiches with lettuce, green bell peppers, olives, extra virgin olive oil, turkey, and banana peppers because their fricken delicious and healthy.


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My favorite foods are Toasted Subway sandwiches with lettuce, green bell peppers, olives, extra virgin olive oil, turkey, and banana peppers because their fricken delicious and healthy.


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Ha Ha - See nobody voted French! (yet - am I allowed to give away the results?)

Anyway, I went for Indian - not the sort you get in your local curry house, but the proper home made stuff. Was actually out there about 10 years ago and thought a load of the food was great. Don´t think I have have been to a British curry house since I got back! (Except one in Dublin - but that´s in Ireland)

Bon Appetite! :wink:

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