The Best kind of food... EVER

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What is the best kind of food?

  • American

    Votes: 4 18.2%
  • Chinese

    Votes: 2 9.1%
  • Mexican

    Votes: 6 27.3%
  • Italian

    Votes: 3 13.6%
  • Korean

    Votes: 3 13.6%
  • Indian

    Votes: 2 9.1%
  • Other...

    Votes: 2 9.1%

  • Total voters
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#1
I just ate some Korean food and i have to say it's the best food ever. Even better than Chinese, Mexican, American ('cept for red n' juicy steaks), etc. It's sooo good and it's something different. I also heard that Ostrich Eggs were really really good, anyone have it before?
 

biscuit

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#5
by italian do yo mean watered down pizza , pasta , and bread?


or the real fish and stuff.
 

Madness

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#7
I sure love a beef fried rice with some nice orange chicken

Chinese food is the best.
 

Big D

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#8
Italian's a close 2nd for me, but I just can't get enough of spicy Mexican food. Steak fajitas (yum), spicy salsa, burritos, quesadillas...oh god, its the best. I have a lot of Mexican friends, and here in Cali, we get the real Mexican food experience. My buddy who grew up in Philly said his only exposure to Mexican food was Taco Bell...too bad. You gotta have chefs of Mexican origin to get real Mexican food...
 

Oli

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#9
Im a curry man myself, nothing like a decent chicken tikka vindaloo and a few pints of beer.
 

Dual

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#10
Chinese food....as in real Chinese food....

Mexican is my second choice though, followed by Italian
 

Dual

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#14
JustinJJ said:
Hot Dogs, Hamburgers, BBQ Ribs, Clam Chowder, Root Beer, etc...
Weren't hamburgers created in Europe?

One example of purely American food would be the Philly Cheesesteak
 
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#17
Dual said:
Weren't hamburgers created in Europe?

One example of purely American food would be the Philly Cheesesteak
Dunno... I thought they were created in the US... but i could be wrong... could be German... sure sounds like German
 
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#20
I guess I would have to say American though I like Chinese, very spicey Mexican and NY Italian....ya can't beat NY Italian!!! Florida seafood is my favorite though.