1. You’re a cunt2. What region of your cunt?3. What are some regional foods from your area?>USA>Chicongo>For us, it’s deep dish pizza
>>98413232Also, Chicago style hotdogs
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GroningenDeep fried battered egg.
>AlsaceThe good ol' Baeckeoffe. Americans would absolutely love this dish if they knew about it. Lots of meat, potatoes, white wine, etc.
>>98413896Looks extremely american, like something you’d find in a rural midwestern county fair.>>98414000Looks absolutely delicious!
>>98414000I really want to make this now, recommend a recipe?>>98413232>CaliforniaAvocado toast
>>98414070Thanks. Also the weird stuff inbetween the egg and breadcrumbs is a stew made of meat and butter.
>>98413232Südbaden: Schäufele (simmered marinated pork's shoulder, absolutely delicious), Brägele (fried potatoes), Zwiebelkuchen (onion quiche), Käsespätzle, Black Forest Ham (the real stuff is much better than what is sold under that name in the UK and US), Flammkuchen, Schwarzwälder Kirschtorte etc.
>>98414131Avocado toast is p good, but imo most people put too much on and make the bread soggyI like it spread a bit thinner
>>98414406Post pics pls
>This kills the argentinian
leafvancouver islandnanaimo bars
>>98415326What’s that at the bottom?
>>98413232USAConnecticut We are known for a few things but the Burger is the best known
>>98415677The lobster roll is another.
>>98415703There is also New Haven Style Pizza.
>>98413232I am deeply curious of these 'deep dish' pies. Do they they taste like they look, i.e thick tomato sauce , on cheese, on pie crust?
>>98415754What is unique about this style?
>>98415392Not sure how to describe it, but kind of a chocolate batter with graham cracker crumbs, coconut shavings, and crushed almonds thats chilled until it hardens. The middle layer is butter icing, and the top is chocolate ganache
>>98415869>coconut shavingsdo not belong in nanaimo barssmoked salmon is also common here>>98415755used to buy this a bunch but moved and cant find a supply
>>98415849Cooked in a coal fired oven thin crust. Its a descendant of Neapolitan pizzas.https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/New_Haven-style_pizza
>>98415966I just went off an internet recipe. But yeah I agree.
>>98415755Love that shit.
>>98414891So you're canadian?
>>98415966>smoked salmon is also common hereIt is everywhere with salmon that Europeans settled.
>>98413232>Flag>Toronto>Peameal bacon sandwich. They’re yummy in my tummy.
>>98415976>eating carcinogens Yikes
>>98413232>Flag>Maine>Lobster and blueberries
Veal Zurich style, in cream sauce with fried mushrooms and Rösti.
>>98416238Müslichüechli, batter fried sage leaves with a hint of sugar
>>98416283white wine soup
>>98414000That looks primo, m8. And I agree that average Americans would find it comfy.
>>98414523What's the wrinkly brown thing left of the avocado? It looks just like a date but that would seem weird.
>>98415755That's a gorgeous picture. Is that stuff always so pretty?
>>98415762It's not pie crust. I'm not sure if it's the same as regular pizza dough either, though. Closer to the latter, however.
>>98416540Chipotle chili pepper
>>98416238>RöstiIs that the German word for hash browns? Or is that something else?
>>98416058Do NOT reply to me, my wife's son, or the son of my wife's son EVER again
>>98416618That makes a lot more sense lol.
>>98416283This is one of the stranger foods I've seen on here. I've never heard of deep frying the leaves of any herb that way. It seems like it would be pleasant to eat.
>>98416653Rösti is a Swiss word and dish, and it is close to hash browns. cooked and grated potatoes slowly fried in butter till golden brown, then topped with whatever your Canton favors. Wallis for example is with Ham, Tomatoes and Raclette Cheese.
>>98416848Excellent, it seems you top them with the same kinds of stuff we do, too.
>>98416710They are so simple to make, just make a beer batter, dunk sage leaves, fry them, sprinkle with sugar, bon appetite!The recipe is from the 16th century.
>>98413232this region has been habituated for only 60 years, we don't have any culture whatsoever
>>98417028>habituatedInhabited is the word you were going for.
>>98417063you're rightthank you friendo
>>98417028Ok, what does your local fast food parlor serve then? Or whats lunch for you?
>>98417131You're welcome m80. Where in Brazil do you live that was only so recently settled? Somewhere in the jungle region?
>>98416208Seafood is one of the few things Switzerland sucks at. It hurts and I devised a clever plan how to remedy this!
1. USA2. Maryland3. Crab cakes with spices
>>98416283I think I had these in Northern Italy too.
>>98417259Killing a few birds with one stone, here. I like it.
>>98417308Fuck yeah man, part of my family is from the Eastern Shore. I've never had crab of any kind better than the Chesapeake Bay blue crab.
>>98417181we don't have our own local culture but we do serve many standard Brazilian dishes. I guess the one we like the most is pão de queijo, which is a cheese-based type of bread, but this recipe is from our neighbor state. I usually lunch rice, black beans, beef, vegetables and salad, so the standard I think>>98417242in the midwest. the tiny yellow square more specifically. the jungle region is rich in culture if anything, though you're right about it not being highly populated
>>98417345It's popular in the alpine region and called mice cakes because of the shape. give it a try next time you fry something up.
>>98416659So I cant reply to Panama or Ecuador?
>>98417558>in the midwest. the tiny yellow square more specificallySo what city or town is that?
>>98415703how many shekels for that?
>>98417660the dumb capital, Brasília
>>98417660Brasilia, quiet little town a little north west of Goiania.
>>984132321. Canada2. Maritimes3. Tourtière, chowder, seal flipper pie and other meat pies, fishbake, donairs, blueberry grunt, maple everything, poutine-râpée, hodgey podgey, lobsterrolls, lady ashburnham pickles, cipâte, fiddleheads, fricot, based fucking dulse, donairs, Coquille saint-jacques, crosby's treacle. There's a lot more. McDonald's McFlurries are from here too.
>>98416141They are good as fuck
>>98418076>have some delicious seafood by the coast>get tied down by a hot sexy lady>she sits on your face and starts smoking a cigaretteYou have a good life my friend.
>>98417798>>98417835Oh shit I thought that for a moment but I didn't think it was 60 years old. I know it's very new as a capital but I guess I assumed it was an existing city before that.
>>98413896I wonder who has more deep fried fast foods, the Dutch or the Scottish?
>>98413232>stars and stripes>mid atlantic>mostly variations/inspirations of german and other central/eastern european dishes, but primanti bros is popular>>98414000Looks good minus the cheese, though I’m more of a red wine guy myself.
>>98414000youre right that looks right up my alley, thanks for bringing this to my attention dude
>>98419273Most people prefer red wine to drink but it isn't always the right one for cooking.
>>98413232BrazilSanta CatarinaWe call it cuque. Not entirely sure if it's only from my region though.
>>98419824>We call it cuqueThat looks like German Kuchen and sounds like it.
>>98419824It looks similar to what we call coffee cake here but I can't tell if that's actually so. What is it?
>>98417028The immigrants certainly had a culture.
>>98418661We literally got into debt to build a entire new capital because a random priest had a dream about it
>>98417785It's a market price thing usually but say for one with 1/4 lb of lobster meat and a side of Cole slaw and bag of chips I'd say around $17.00
>>98419861Very likely considering that we had a lot of kraut immigrants here.>>98419876No coffee. I think it's just what the swiss said >>98419861
>>98420094Exactly like that
>>98420289Congratulations, you've been Germed.
>>98413232SpainGalicia, or as i call it, GALIFORNIAPulpo a feira (octopus), Empanada, Filloas
>>98419980Coffee cake doesn't have coffee in it (although it could if you wanted to add it), it's called coffee cake because it goes well with coffee.
>>98420377Spanish Atlantic coast has some of the best food in the entire world.
>>98420594i wouldnt go that far but thank you!!
>>98420377Octopus is great. Clearly superior to squid in my opinion, even though I like squid too.
>>98420698I would. Basque, Cantabria Asturias, Galicia, you all got great food,
>>98419824>>98420094Is it good?
>>984132321. Burgerstan2. New England3. Sandwiches on bulkie rolls
>>98413232>>98413490"Chicago style" is a synonym for "bafflingly half-assed".
>>98422049t. seething New York subhuman
Some Chicago Sandwich goodness
>>98413232FlagLimaI was about to say ceviche, but let's mention Lomo Saltado for a change.
for me? it's green onion cakes
>>98422830You take that back, I'm not from New York!>>98422941You heard me. Who the fuck puts the sauce on top of the cheese? It reminds me of that Spongebob episode where he forgets how to make a krabby patty.
>>98424077I don't know why you're posting pictures of puke but it's not helping.
>>98413232FranceLyon and Massif CentralCoq au vin - poultry cooked for hours in a wine sauce with bacon, carrots and mushroomsAndouilette - tripe sausageTête de veau ravigotte - veal head in saucePotée au choux - cabbage, potatoes, sausage, various pork meat cooked for hoursCrique - Potato galetteBoudin - blood sausageCaillette - fist-sized ball of pork meat mixed with spinach or cabbageAlso much much more but those are my favourite.
>>98416582Yeah, it's a beautiful product.
>>98419824I thought it was cuca? They called it cuca when I went there>>98421991It's basically a cinnamon pie with a LOT of sugar on top of it. It's not bad, but they have other better recipes
KansasBBQ is considered a thing in Kansas City I guess
>>98424304>>98424077>>98422926if you can't handle me at my worst, you don't deserve me at my best
FlagSardiniaFregola with clams
>>98425871kys n*W y*Rker
>>98431092I'm a New Yorker and I'll admit it's pretty good. You can't compare Chicago deep dish with New York City pizza. Two different lanes, equally great.