Your favorite foods?
okra (when made down south)
collard greens (when made down south)
liver and onions
steak from the grill
iced coffees (yes I know they aren't good for you)
bananas (not too ripe)
pizza (don't eat it often)
I love all kind of food. Salad and Fruits too.
Coffee is my weakness (especially Iced Coffee). I have at least two of Ice Caramel Machiato with whip and extra caramel a day. Don't hate me but I got low-blood pressure-doctor ordered.
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cheese stromboli, pizza
Ghiradelli Chocolate Squares (esp, the holiday season Peppermint Bark ones), Andes Candies (the mint ones & cherry ones)
nuts, esp. almonds & cashews
falafel (fried chick pea balls with diced salad in pita), shwarma (lamb & diced salad in pita)
most fruits, many veggies (esp. broccoli & roasted peppers)
cannoli, Key Lime Pie, carrot cake with cream cheese frosting & chocolate shavings, biscotti
mint chocolate chip/cookies with cream ice cream
cheese (esp, Provolone, Muenster, Mozzarella)
ice tea, lemonade
I went to Starbucks today and didn't get an iced coffee. Hell must've frozen over.
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Cheese (though I'm not supposed to have dairy), sourdough bread, moose, beef steak, pumpkin pie, hamburger (I don't like cheese on my burger though, go figure), TACOS!, lasagna...
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Homemade lemon meringue pie
Salt Cod made like my grandma used to make it
salad with oil & vinegar dressing
A really good piece of steak
Caprese salad (fresh tomatoes, fresh mozzarella, fresh basil, oil and vinegar, salt and pepper)
My homemade apple pie
BLTs with really fresh tomatoes
Fried Green Tomatoes
cooked onions (fried in a pan with potatoes)
asparagus with Italian dressing
my grandmother's fried rice & egg rolls (not exactly something you expect considering my grandmother was born in the Bronx to Italian immigrants), her meatballs were really good as well
Fried oreos and bananas (best drunk food ever!)
Seeing other people's faves makes me want to try more foods.
Mine that I can think of offhand:
cheese (including goat and sheep cheese; especially cheddar, brie, and blue types--oh, and fresh mozzarella)
all kinds of grains, including barley, oats, wheat berries, and buckwheat (which isn't botanically a grain, but might as well classify it here)
nuts of all kinds
Ben & Jerry's chocolate ice cream. I can resist most of the other brands. Other flavors of ice cream don't call to me, either.
When I'm eating meat, I love roast duck.
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I love and eat all kind of food except sweets. I love coffee and wine.
Chinese: Dim sum
Vietnamese: Nem Nuong (pork meatballs)
Malay: Nasi Lamek
English: Fish&Chips, Hot dog with fried onions
Spanish: Spanish omelette, Ensalada de Atun (Tuna, Potato, Capers, Eggs, and Chilli Stuffed Olives Salad)
Tex/Mex: Taco and Enchilada
Italian: Everything except Risotto Stuffed Grilled Tomatoes.
Dessert: Panna Cotta and Crème brulee
Ice cream:All except mint flavor.
I like most kinds of food - especially meat, mashed potatoes, white bread (and rye bread, too, especially dried), rice, fruits, chocolate... What I can't do without is cheese and hot tea - I drink tea every day and eat cheese almost every day.
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Olympia, I really like your choices. One of my downfalls is bagels. I eat a 1/2 wheat with strawberry cream cheese everyday.
Originally Posted by Olympia
I do like a good steak. One of the things I discovered eating with my steak is a blue cheese butter. I dip a piece of steak into the butter. I normally don't like just blue cheese but this really enhances the steak.
ice cream (especially mint and chocolate)
mango, pineapples, apricots, oranges, apples, fruits in general
chocolate (almost any kind of chocolate, but not white and not with peanuts)
carrots, sweet corn, mushrooms
I like sushi as well. I think sushi is something that most people 'don't like' purely because of some mental block in their head with the whole raw-fish situation; I know I was like that for a long time.... I grew up in a part of the word where fish was only eaten fried, but I ended up at a sushi restaurant for a company dinner and ate some of it to be polite and actually really enjoyed it.
Originally Posted by Silvia451