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*takes your food and makes it better*
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Based, inb4 seething Italians.
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>>15394296
how do you guys make belgian food? I feel like that's one of the only cuisines i know that hasnt been defiled by americans
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I like our diners.
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>>15394322
What the fuck is a Belgian?
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>>15394322
You tell me
https://www.brugeswaffles.com/
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>>15394296
Name 5 times that happened
Pro-tip: you can't
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>>15394355
Chinese
Mexican
German
British
Italian
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>>15394296
>takes your food and makes it better
...suited to the American palate. Nothing wrong with it either, but it is what it is
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>>15394367
Italian and Mexican are the big ones, but don't forget Japanese!
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>>15394351
what am I looking at here? because I think I want to give it my last name.
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>>15394355
Belgian fried potatoes, pain perdu, barbacoa, Hamburg steak, sushi, matzah
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>>15394387
Croque Monsieur: Melted cheese on fresh bread, ham, provolone, jack & cheddar cheese. Serve frites on the side if you want.
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>>15394437
that's a french thing, also eaten in belgium
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we don't make it better. we just offer a lot of variety to the fat fucks in this country. we're a country of food addicts. land of the free, home of the brave. now let's eat 3 dinners
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>>15394367
>Chinese
Anon, I...
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>>15394367
all the american versions are shittier than the original
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>>15394312
fpbp
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>>15394367
>>15394379

You think Mexicans born in Mexico but live in the US eat at garbage places like Taco Bell and On The Border?
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>>15394493
do you know what fucking filth the average poorshit chinaman eats lol. did you forget it caused kungflu?
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>>15394509

Everyone eats at taco bell dude.
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>>15394509
yeah they actually do because a ton of them come from the turbo poorshit regions in the south and anything here is a luxury. ive seen one more down a half corn cob like a dude drinking from an oasis so yeah they do lol
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>>15394526
i misinterpreted what the guy who listed the 5 cuisines was saying. i thought he was saying that America made them worse, not better.
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>>15394529
yeah but it's still retard tier or drunk tier. they charge so much for simple fast food because they know they have a monopoly on taco related fast food. it's garbage. go check how much meat they put in your taco next time
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>>15394546
all good chief
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>>15394543
is the US lower class really this poor?
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>>15394322
The Belgians invented French fries, my guy. We took them and now they're ours, bitch. And there's nothing you can do about it.

PS, we took your waffles too, and they're served in every diner in America.
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>>15394583
you can do with your fries and waffles as you will, that's cultural exchange, but your waffles and fries are still low effort and shitty
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>>15394550
>they charge so much
>5 dollar box is almost too much food in one sitting and a delicious Baja blast
Uhh anon
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>>15394583
they're called chips, cunt
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>>15394529
I don't. I've eaten food from there twice and violently threw it back up both times.
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>>15394747
>THEY'RE CALLED CHIPS, CUNT
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>>15394509
Yes
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>>15394807
Australia is soy? I don't get it. Masks aren't even mandatory here
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>>15394595
>your waffles and fries are still low effort and shitty
Belgians can't even afford the ingredients americans use to enhance their food
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>>15394882
Australians love following orders. Queenslanders don't even believe COVID-19 exists, but they're still excited about border restrictions even though the loss of the tourism economy fucks them hard. If there's an official restriction, Australians will immediately be ready to both lap it up and bend over to be fucked by it.
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>>15395155
Which has been worse for tourism?
Corona
or
A dingo ate my baby
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>>15395155
You forgot about perth, the most isolated city on Earth
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>>15395155
Sounds like your family tree is a straight line
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>>15395181
What about Kalgoorlie? I can't believe you faggots can use a simple metal detector and find giant golf ball sized nuggets of gold in the ground
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>>15394347
They make P90s and chocolate. Maybe beer, too.
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>>15395226
Better than your family wreath
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*takes your food and makes it be-
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>>15394499
incorrect
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>>15394526
That has been disproven eons ago cletus, we don't know where it came from
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>>15395132
what? belgians earn more than the average american
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>>15395132
Belgians are fat fucks compared to their northern neighbours. They eat a lot better than we do, I'll admit as much.
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>>15396037
we have a mix between french and northern cuisine. Aka, use french techniques to make cheap ingredients tasty. pretty great place to live desu. you should try asparagus a la flamande
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>>15394296
Incorrect.
>>15394312
>pic related
>>15394367
>Chinese
No way pal. Which "Chinese" by the way?
>Mexican
Pretty sure your idea of Mexican food is shitty chain restauraunt tier shit. Although to be fair half of your country IS from Mexico, so I have no doubt you can easily find actualy Mexican food as it is made in Mexico in the US.
>German
Ah, the famous American-German food...(?) Your country is known to drink IPA's and garbage like that, seems pretty antithetical to Germany, a country known for beer that isn't meme hipster shit and actually tastes good.
>British
u wot
British have shit food in the first place, I don't even want to know what abominations you serve up there that pass as British-American(?).
>Italian
Italian is one of the best cuisines in the world, up there in popularity with the French and Japanese. You fuck up most Italian foods because you don't have good quality ingredients and need to substitute everything with excessive fat through cream and slather everything with """cheese"""-product. Your pizza sucks because it is basically how much shitty, low quality cheese you can put on top of tasteless tomato sauce. I've tried it and Napolitan blows it out of the sky, nevermind Roman or other styles of pizza. As for the pasta... let me say this is the equivalent of somebody who reads Harry Potter saying their literary tastes are better than somebody who reads Shakespeare and such. You overcook it to fuck, put shitty, grease sauce, with too much garlic and parsley everywhere and call it "Italian".
>>15395942
Correct. You don't have any taste-buds if you disagree. USA is not the place you go for culture or food.
>>15394583
Most Europeans associate fries with France or Belgium. Also nobody things USA when you say waffles. What the fuck, are you mentally ill or just insecure?
>>15395132
Belgium earns more on average, stop being delusional, plus they have access to better ingredients.
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>>15396042
That's how I eat my asparagus yeah. We borrow a lot of your ideas, like eating chicory with ham, cheese and egg. For some reason horse isn't as popular to eat around here anymore as it is with you people, shame because it's good.
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>>15396058
>>15396042
>boiling asparagus
I absolutely detest this. Steamed tastes much better. Boiling seems to make it taste like nothing. In Italy most people do the same, especially in the asparagus season and I detest most boomers who pretend it's the way to cook it.
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>>15396058
good for you, anon. horse is great but only if it's really fresh, no point in getting horse if it's not super fresh imo
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>>15396063
we usually steam our asparagus here, dunno what you're on about. what's even better is confit-ing them in the fat of your preference
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>>15396058
>For some reason horse isn't as popular to eat around here anymore as it is with you people,
Horse is really common in Northern Italy btw. Donkey too for some specific dishes. I like thin strips of horse flesh cooked quite rare and served up in a light salad. That, or sausages.
>>15396071
Ah, my bad. I thought the recipe involves boiling. Any more recipes you can recommend from there? Northern Euro food cooked with French methods sounds absolutely gorgeous.
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>>15396065
>>15396058
NOT MY HECKIN HORSERINO
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>>15396050
>thinking shakespeare is good literature
are you purposefully saying the complete opposite of everything you mean to say?
also, go to china and enjoy your super AIDS from eating rat brain and rotten dog liver. i'll stay here and enjoy my tasty orange chicken and wontons.
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test
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>>15396075
ever heard of veal tongue in madeira sauce? that's one of my absolute favorites.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vZUGLZ9-9V8

You'll likely understand nothing of the audio, but just look what he's doing. This is a really 90s recipe but it's sooooo good
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>>15396075
I've only really had donkey in sausage form although that was years ago and I can't for the life of me remember what it tasted like. I have to say I do boil asparagus but as long as you boil the skins first to create a nice sort of broth it gives off plenty of flavour imo. The Belgian anons idea of confit-ing them sounds tempting.
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>>15396083
>>15396075
first part is him brining the veal tongue in salt water (5% brine, for 12 hours) that's not clear in the recipe if you dont know the language
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>>15396076
Nothing personel, heh...
>>15396078
It is. Go be a retard somewhere else.
>>15396083
>>15396088
No, but this sounds great. I like tongue a lot. Thanks a lot.
>>15396084
I used to hate asparagus until I steamed it. Do you like the whites ones btw?
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>>15396083
https://ricette.giallozafferano.it/Lingua-salmistrata-con-salsa-verde.html
You might like this since you seem to like tongue.
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>>15396095
The white ones are more popular here. I only really eat the grean ones sautéed or maybe cold drizzled with a bit of oil and some pepper as a starter.
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>>15396095
yeah man, white asparagus are the most mainstream here. They are great, although green ones lend themselves more to grilling etc.
Try the tongue recipe if you can, i assure it'll be awesome
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>>15396098
thanks anon, i'll try that out, looks very tasty
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