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By ethnic, I mean the food a culture is generally distinguished by.

My favourite is Mexican food. I literally just ate a plate of nachos and I'm also having burritos for supper. If its mexican, I probably love it.

Edit: is there any way edit polls? I forgot to put italian food in.
 

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Chinese, Japanese, Indian, Thai , Vietnamese and Middle-Eastern.

I guess Jews like me really love oriental food. ;) Everything just needs some habeneros on them to add that extra (ok... a lot of) spiciness.
 

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It's too funny you put American as the unhealthy food...:lol:

I voted for Chinese-Japanese-Asian-English

I LOVE Asian styled foods, spices, and textures. How something can be sweet and yet spicy hot...

Japanese food can be complex and yet simple at the same time. Miso soup for example. I really like sushi as well. Simple in essence yet a complicated art in itself...

English food is another example of simplicity yet unassumingly tasteful. Food in itself is tasty without having to use spices at all...

I also love Irish and Welsh food, being an English/Irish/Welsh mutt...:mrgreen:
 

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I never have tea with Fish and Chips. I drink beer!

I am English/British, so obviously my favourite food is curry. I have had curry in quite a few coutries, and nothing comes close to the British Raj style for me.

I cook a lot, and I guess that I mostly cook more French or Italian/Mediterranean, with a bit of Chinese or Thai. Most Sundays is a full roast though, and there is nothing finer than that.
 

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I never have tea with Fish and Chips. I drink beer!

I am English/British, so obviously my favourite food is curry. I have had curry in quite a few coutries, and nothing comes close to the British Raj style for me.

I cook a lot, and I guess that I mostly cook more French or Italian/Mediterranean, with a bit of Chinese or Thai. Most Sundays is a full roast though, and there is nothing finer than that.
had you tried phall :)
 

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had you tried phall :)
No, the hottest I ever went was Vindaloo. It is a bit much for me, but whilst I could still taste, it was delicious.

My best mate was in training to get to a phall. Our local curry restaurant (where we were pretty regular) were gradually spicing up is Vindaloos to get him comfortable. I think he was going for a Tindaloo then a Phall. He was advised to eat it on the Friday and not plan anything for the weekend.

Actually the hottest thing I ever had was a Thai Green Curry in the food court of the shopping mall in Queenstown, New Zealand. That was vicious.

I did eat curry for every meal for 2 weeks once.
 
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