What is your favorite type of food?

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What is your favorite type of food?

Airekah Airekah
I have seen tons of posts about food on here, but I have not been able to find anything about different types of food. I am wondering what everyone would call their favorite and second favorite. Sorry if this is a repeat but I don't think it is, at least not recently.
Answers (public voting - your screen name will appear in the results):
American
DeliciousSurprise , Darling Jen , leela , Lady Venus , darthkitt3n , DustBunny , gone77 , Elias McLovin , Kindred , PussyGalore , Pandahb , Danielle1220 , A Closet Slut (aka nipplepeople) , Gunsmoke , buzz , SexyTabby , NaughtyButterfly , Hadespark , melbellex3 , wetone123 , K101
21
Indian
Chilipepper , lamira , Emma (Girl With Fire) , Kindred , Alura Une , Angel deSanguine , emiliaa , Sunshineamine , FaerieLove , Lily Bee
10
Thai
Airekah , lamira , Lady Venus , Taylor , popples , Selective Sensualist , Kindred , Alura Une , Angel deSanguine , liilii080 , Armsjlove , REDRUM , Miss T , Hadespark , EJ , LikeSunshineDust , ThoughtsAblaze , Sunshineamine , Sinfully , FaerieLove , Lily Bee
21
Italian
Chilipepper , DeliciousSurprise , bzzingbee , GeekWife , cherryredhead88 , lamira , B8trDude , Darling Jen , Anne Ardeur , Lummox , Lady Venus , darthkitt3n , DustBunny , potstickers , rdytogo , leatherlover , sasweetheart89 , Elias McLovin , C4ss , Kindred , PussyGalore , Pandahb , Danielle1220 , A Closet Slut (aka nipplepeople) , Alura Une , TheSinDoll , NaughtyButterfly , Armsjlove , Airen Wolf , Valentinka , melbellex3 , Sinfully , wetone123 , sktb0007 , JessCee , kellyg , Lily Bee
37
Chinese
Waterfall , Chilipepper , DeliciousSurprise , ToyGeek , bzzingbee , cherryredhead88 , lamira , B8trDude , Tart , Anne Ardeur , desyfa , Shellz31 , DustBunny , potstickers , northstar , ToyTimeTim , Elias McLovin , Emma (Girl With Fire) , Emily! , Kindred , PussyGalore , Pandahb , Danielle1220 , A Closet Slut (aka nipplepeople) , buzz , Alura Une , NaughtyButterfly , Angel deSanguine , Armsjlove , *HisMrs* , Miss T , LikeSunshineDust , ThoughtsAblaze , Sunshineamine , Sinfully , wetone123 , MrWishyWashy , ~*Nikila*~ , Lily Bee
39
Japanese
Airekah , cherryredhead88 , lamira , Darling Jen , leela , Lummox , DustBunny , potstickers , Beaners , Selective Sensualist , Emma (Girl With Fire) , BadassFatass , Kindred , A Closet Slut (aka nipplepeople) , Sin Secret , Alura Une , Angel deSanguine , REDRUM , Valentinka , Miss T , jroho , LikeSunshineDust , ThoughtsAblaze , Sunshineamine , Sinfully , wetone123 , FaerieLove , Lily Bee
28
Mexican
Airekah , Chilipepper , bzzingbee , GeekWife , cherryredhead88 , lamira , B8trDude , Porfiriato , Screaming Violet , Shellz31 , Lady Venus , DustBunny , potstickers , rdytogo , Destri , Redboxbaby , LavenderSkies , Elias McLovin , CanMan , Kindred , PussyGalore , buzz , Alura Une , NaughtyButterfly , Purpleladybug , Armsjlove , Miss T , LikeSunshineDust , Sinfully , The Curious Couple , sarki , wetone123 , kellyg , K101
34
Korean
Emma (Girl With Fire) , Kindred , Alura Une , Angel deSanguine
4
French
Kindred , A Closet Slut (aka nipplepeople) , Valentinka , dv8 , Lily Bee
5
Soul Food
Waterfall , Porfiriato , Lady Venus , LavenderSkies , Kindred , PussyGalore , Pandahb , buzz , TheSinDoll , SexyTabby , wetone123 , JessCee , Jon S
13
You left one out... Here is what it is... (explain)
MasterBlaster , Taylor , DustBunny , Miss Morphine , 34 , TheSinDoll , Rossie , AlaskanBeauty , Ash1141
9
Total votes: 221 (91 voters)
Poll is closed
11/29/2010
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Airekah Airekah
Mine are in this order...
1.)Mexican
2.) Thai
3.) Japanese
11/29/2010
Chilipepper Chilipepper
Oops, forgot to hit American, too - Kansas City barbecue.
11/29/2010
bzzingbee bzzingbee
I had to go with
1. Mexcian (actually jussst ate some)
2. Italian
3. Chinese

It was kind of hard to decide. American is up there too, but I tried to stick with my top 3.
11/29/2010
lamira lamira
I really love all types of food. I will eat anything and try anything once.
11/29/2010
cherryredhead88 cherryredhead88
Quote:
Originally posted by Airekah
I have seen tons of posts about food on here, but I have not been able to find anything about different types of food. I am wondering what everyone would call their favorite and second favorite. Sorry if this is a repeat but I don't think it is, ...
I'm hungry now.

There is this excellent place called El Mexicano where I live, it is the most amazing authentic mexican food EVER. It is delicious and my mouth is watering just thinking about it.


Then there is the Olive Garden ~drool~ they have salad and breadsticks to DIE for. Not to mention their amazing wines.

Oh and another authentic place called the Mandarin House for asian food. Not sure what particular type it is, but it is delicious as well.


Oh and I almost forgot Jimmy Johns and Subway! YUM
11/29/2010
Tart Tart
Effin' love Chinese food. It's my go to if I am going to dinner with some friends or sushi for lunch. Yum yum yum!
11/30/2010
leela leela
Sushi!
11/30/2010
Airekah Airekah
Quote:
Originally posted by cherryredhead88
I'm hungry now.

There is this excellent place called El Mexicano where I live, it is the most amazing authentic mexican food EVER. It is delicious and my mouth is watering just thinking about it.


Then there is the Olive Garden ...
oh my gosh! now you are making me hungry. I love love love mexican! and subs and asian food and... pretty much everything...
11/30/2010
Airekah Airekah
Quote:
Originally posted by leela
Sushi!
Sushi is a top contender for my favorite varieties of Japanese food.
11/30/2010
Airekah Airekah
Quote:
Originally posted by lamira
I really love all types of food. I will eat anything and try anything once.
I feel the same way, but I always have favorites.
11/30/2010
Anne Ardeur Anne Ardeur
Now I want Chinese food. This is totally your fault
11/30/2010
Airekah Airekah
Quote:
Originally posted by Anne Ardeur
Now I want Chinese food. This is totally your fault
I am so sorry. At least everyone will be able to decide on lunch today.
11/30/2010
Porfiriato Porfiriato
I love mexican and soul food, but some of the best food I've ever had I had while spending a few weeks in Italy. It was amazing
11/30/2010
Airekah Airekah
Quote:
Originally posted by Porfiriato
I love mexican and soul food, but some of the best food I've ever had I had while spending a few weeks in Italy. It was amazing
See, Mexican is apparently very tasty to everyone. Haha.
11/30/2010
Shellz31 Shellz31
Chinese and Mexican!
12/01/2010
Miss Morphine Miss Morphine
In preferential order they are:
Polish
Italian
French
12/01/2010
darthkitt3n darthkitt3n
I love some American foods, but mostly Italian foods. My family is Italian, so we usually eat a lot of lasagna and pasta dishes. Everyone I have cooked spaghetti for says I make the best spaghetti ever .
12/01/2010
MasterBlaster MasterBlaster
Greek food is my personal favorite. It does take a long time to prepare but it is so worth it and so yummy.
12/01/2010
Taylor Taylor
Greek food is my favorite too
12/01/2010
DustBunny DustBunny
I'm a fan of all type of food in one way or another, you have to be if your a chef. I can appreciate that while somethings are not appealing with a cultures type of food, there's something you've not tried that you'd probably love.

I love sushi when I want something fancy, Mexican when I want something quick and spicy, Chinese when I feel like loafing around to watch movies and American when I'm in a hurry. French food is not my thing, but French pastries are always good to me.

Not sure if we're covering meal foods or if you mean the entire style like breads, pastries, desserts and seasonings
12/03/2010
Airekah Airekah
Quote:
Originally posted by MasterBlaster
Greek food is my personal favorite. It does take a long time to prepare but it is so worth it and so yummy.
OMGOODNESS, how did I forget Greek food. I like greek food too! =)
12/03/2010
gone77 gone77
BBQ is my fave type of food, so I voted American but I don't think it began in America. I'm not sure where it did, though.

And with the Chinese, do you mean authentic Chinese food or the stuff you get everywhere because that stuff is not authentic Chinese food. And I do like the American version of Chinese food.
12/03/2010
Airekah Airekah
Quote:
Originally posted by gone77
BBQ is my fave type of food, so I voted American but I don't think it began in America. I'm not sure where it did, though.

And with the Chinese, do you mean authentic Chinese food or the stuff you get everywhere because that stuff is ...
"Cooking meat over an open fire is something we’ve been doing since the Stone Age, so it is a little hard to say for certain when and where modern classic BBQ originated. Most sources allege that something resembling “classic” barbecue originated in North Carolina near the end of the seventeenth century.

Surely, the history of pigs and the history of BBQ are closely intertwined, and pigs (far more than cattle or poultry) were a staple food throughout the South well before the Civil War. Often, hog-slaughtering time was a joyous community-wide occasion, and it was inevitable that, sooner or later, a whole animal would be roasted and shared to celebrate the occasion. BBQ historians are generally of the opinion that the traditional Southern barbecue grew out of these gatherings.

The history of BBQ sauce is less murky. Prior to the invention of effective refrigeration, a common problem was how to preserve meat for long periods. In North Carolina, a common method was to “cure” meat, particularly pork, in a mixture of vinegar, water, salt, and peppers (still the definitive North Carolina-style BBQ sauce). Vinegar was employed as the preservative, as a cheap and plentiful bactericide.

The original idea of adding mustard and mustard-based sauces still predominates in South Carolina (and in some parts of eastern North Carolina) to this day. (Adding tomato ketchup to produce something resembling modern-day BBQ sauce apparently arose in Virginia and Georgia.)

In the half century preceding the Civil War, large outdoor BBQ parties had become entrenched in Southern culture, most often featuring a whole roasted pig. Plantation owners hosted large, festive BBQs to entertain neighbors and friends, or to feed their slaves. By the nineteenth century, barbecue had evolved into a standard feature of church picnics and political rallies: Barbecue, lemonade, and corn whiskey became a common and inexpensive way to buy political (or, presumably, religious) allegiance.

Church and political BBQs remain important traditions in many parts of the South even today. Plantation owners, slaves, and everyone in between proved equally eager to consume barbecued pork with all the fixins, so it is probably no exaggeration to say that the basic Southern barbecue was the first Southern institution that was not strictly segregated along racial lines. Or such, in any case, is the common opinion of BBQ historians. "


I hope this is all accurate. It is what I assume to be accurate about BBQ's history and AUTHENTIC or Americanized Chinese Food, of course. I pulled this BBQ info from a website... =)
12/04/2010
northstar northstar
I like 'Americanised' and 'American-Indian' (Hakka) Asian food, as well as homecooked Singaporean food. Also love homecooked Indian food - resto stuff is usually quite generic-tasting for me. Also Mexican occasionally. Ahh, I just love to eat!
12/07/2010
rdytogo rdytogo
I like Italian, he likes Mexican.
12/07/2010
Beaners Beaners
I LOOOOVE sushi. Although I'm never going to turn down a Chipotle burrito. I'm not sure that would fall under either American or Mexican though.
12/07/2010
popples popples
Authentic Thai food is my favorite. I usually cook it myself or my mother cooks it.
12/07/2010
sasweetheart89 sasweetheart89
Top 3:
1)Italian
2)Italian
3)Italian!
12/08/2010
Selective Sensualist Selective Sensualist
You left out some the fabulous Mediterranean cuisines (such as Greek, Lebanese, and Arabic foods). Some of my most favorite things . . . It truly is food for the gods!
12/08/2010
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Unique posters: 54