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1. Posted by IronChef (Full Member 1075 posts) 9y

Ok, as I am always looking for creative input - I am gonna try and get some world class cuisine going here! And no - chocolate is only going to be served for dessert! And you guys (well, actually, girls) know how you are!

2. Posted by ukmassage (Inactive 1052 posts) 9y

pat pak ro meet (pet) - stir fried mixed vegetables (spicy hot), Thailand. A large portion, no rise for me.

3. Posted by mim (Travel Guru 1276 posts) 9y

Pad Thai
or
a lamb roast (rare) with yorkshire puddings and plenty of gravy and roast potatoes (Yummmmy)

4. Posted by Isadora (Moderator 13924 posts) 9y

Oh Lance...

My favorites and World Class Cuisine will never grace the same sentence. But, you asked - so here goes!! (I have 2 that are equal in favor.)

1) Sauted breaded chicken livers (crunchy coating), hard egg dumplings (both smothered in sauted onions), wilted Swiss chard w/bacon dressing.

2) Kunedle (a hard potato dumpling) and baked side pork (uncured bacon).
The really "bad" part of it all - you pour the rendered fat, from the side pork, all over the dumplings once they are on your plate. )

I treated myself to kunedle 2 years ago for my 50th birthday. Hadn't had it in almost 10 years prior. It was just as good as ever!!!

One that is very good:

Braised lamb shanks in a dark or bock beer. Oooooohhhh - yummy!!!

5. Posted by galka_mak (Full Member 169 posts) 9y

Fruits! Lot of fruits!!! Most of all I like grapes and sweet cherry... Different salads are my favourites.
Japanese food always make me feel comfortable. Macedonian beams are so tasty... La Paella - ah... And I love turkey and chicken...
And for the dessert - always chocolate -hot chocolate, milk chocolate, chocolate cream, chocolate pies... Oh... Where s my little candy?

6. Posted by Mikey B (Respected Member 181 posts) 9y

Number one has to be a Sunday roast. Either beef & Yorkshire pudding - a leg of lamb with rosemary - roast pork with crackling and apple sauce. All served with potatoes roasted in goose fat. God i'm starving now!

Next would be (in no order):

Thai green curry
Chilli - the hotter the better
Prawns sauted in butter with garlic and chilli
Bangers'n'mash with red wine and onion gravy and peas
Italian cured meats, some decent bread and a bottle of red wine
Sashimi
Lao style pork laap (minced pork salad) with sticky rice
pizza
Cottage pie
Chinese roast duck

Mmmmmmmmmmmmm Right I must nip across the road to the shop for a bag of crisps. Ah that reminds me, how could I forget - Walkers Cheese and Onion Crisps!!!

7. Posted by tway (Travel Guru 7274 posts) 9y

Seafood! Give me an easy-to-eat lobster dish or a seafood paella or a chowder anyday!

I also love:

  • salads - the fancy kind with fruit and veggies and cheese and crunchy noodles and yummy vinaigrette
  • Linguine Vongole - I order that in every, single Italian restaurant
  • Anything my grandmother makes. She's a fantastic cook - from cabbage rolls to rice dishes to fish crepes to turkey and gravy to sweet meatballs... mmmm....
  • Breakfast. I LOVE breakfast. I could eat out for breakfast every day.
8. Posted by evakan (Full Member 188 posts) 9y

Mashed Potatoes with K.C. Masterpiece original barbecue sauce. Yum

9. Posted by Cupcake (Travel Guru 8468 posts) 9y

Quoting IronChef

chocolate is only going to be served for dessert!

<scratching Iron OFF my Christmas card list.....hmpft!

10. Posted by Brendan (Respected Member 1824 posts) 9y

Mornings are good with a bowl of oatmeal or a couple slices of lentil & spelt bread with some almond butter. An apple or bananna always goes well. Although my sister found a recipie for French Toast (no eggs) that is killer... mmmmm

For lunch some avacado on rice cakes, or some barley & vegtable soup.

For dinner some home-made pizza with a whole-grain crust, tomato, onion, spinach, garlic, and peppers. I havn't tried out Isa's pasta noodle recipie but I imagine it will be on my favorites soon.

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