Discussion in 'The Clubhouse Bar' started by Haysie, Oct 7, 2008.

  1. Haysie

    Haysie Guest

    Who has the best food? Personally I like the oriental spices of the sub-continent, and AUSTRALIAN STEAK. :D
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  3. Prestwick

    Prestwick Guest

    To be fair, British food isn't the best, but it is right now one of the most exciting and dynamic. The change is that the regions are now finally rediscovering their old dishes and ingredients, people are finally getting back into food like Rabbit, Venison and British shellfish and so on.

    Australian stuff can be really tasty :D
  4. Jer1cho

    Jer1cho Guest

    Pizza. I love Pizza. I also love KFC, and any South African Steak house....

    Basically i love anything except vegetables.
  5. Steve-o

    Steve-o Guest

    Biltong. I win.

    I know it's more of a snack but that doesn't stop me from eating a whole 200g piece for supper. BTW my parents own a biltong shop so I get alot free. :p READ IT AND WEEP!
  6. bates

    bates Guest

    I think all cultures and countries have amazing food, nowadays one of our broadcasting agencies is rinsing those Ansley Harriot episodes in which he travels around the world with his shiny head and big smile and making sexy food.

    I really loved to watch, ready steady cook, Can't cook won't cook etc...

    My top 5:

    1) Mediterranean food ( Greek, Italian, Portuguese, Spanish)
    2) Belgian food
    3) Asian food
    4) Kiwi/ OZ/ English
    5) Heavy, greasy Austrian/German food
  7. RC

    RC Guest

    Indian. End of.

    Chinese close second...
  8. Fa'atau82

    Fa'atau82 Guest

    Turkish Pide, a proper tavuk doner..

    But, i am proud of my own creation, the McBastard burger. It's a british beef patty with two rashers of bacon, a fried egg, brown sauce, ketchup and grated mixture of mozzarella/cheddar is optional in a sesame seed bun, lightly toasted.

    Cook the patty, bacon and egg (dont break the yolk).. put the patty in the oven to finish off with the cheese melting on it, then the sauces to the top and bottom of the bun in whatever way you desire and then add 1 bacon rasher on the bottom bun then the burger (with brown sauce for me), then the egg.. then the bacon again, and squash it all down and eat it. Then have a heart attack a few minutes later, but at least you die happy.
  9. bates

    bates Guest

    Yummie, that's awesome.

    I'm also keen on those Southpacific curries.
  10. RC

    RC Guest

    <div class='quotetop'>QUOTE (Fa'atau82 @ Oct 7 2008, 02:07 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}></div>
    That seems FAR too much work just for a burger...
  11. Sir Speedy

    Sir Speedy Guest

    <div class='quotetop'>QUOTE (RC @ Oct 7 2008, 01:07 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}></div>
    Swap them around and that's mine.
  12. dullonien

    dullonien Guest

    If it's takeaway, Chinese then Indian (not much between though).

    Otherwise, Big lump of Welsh Black beef, medium rare (though wanna try venisson) 16oz or something similar (nah not really, quality over quantity, so a nice fillet is always nice, though I have had a 16oz rump before), along with chips, onion rings and salad (for the looks).

    Also love a nice shoulder of Welsh lamb (nicer than new zealand etc. cos it's local I suppose, so not frozen etc.), again cooked with a decent pink left with mint sauce and red wine gravy. mmmmmm.

    Edit: just realised my overuse of brackets in my posts. hmmm
  13. RC

    RC Guest

    You bracket whore!

    I miss my mamgu's rice pudding.
  14. dullonien

    dullonien Guest

    <div class='quotetop'>QUOTE (RC @ Oct 7 2008, 05:05 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}></div>
    They just feel so nice. :unsure:
  15. Fa'atau82

    Fa'atau82 Guest

    <div class='quotetop'>QUOTE </div>
    Well yes, but it is no ordinary burger you eat in 30 seconds. And you know what's in it.. it's a meal, in a bun. Like tonight, i am having ham omelette in muffins. It's different!
  16. cyRil

    cyRil Guest

    I don't know the best but the worst is by far German food.
  17. Fa'atau82

    Fa'atau82 Guest

    No, ukrainian fried pork fat covered in chocolate is a contender..
  18. dullonien

    dullonien Guest

    <div class='quotetop'>QUOTE (Fa'atau82 @ Oct 7 2008, 07:59 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}></div>
    what! ham omelette in a muffin? as in a chocolate/blueberry muffin? probably not, so what's a muffin to you?
  19. Laetca

    Laetca Guest

    Odd, I read recently that "to the British, a muffin isn't necessarily a sweet cupcake, as they are much more accustomed to hearty versions. Over the channel, cheese-, ham- or vegetable muffins aren't an oddity".

    I try to enjoy dishes from all over the world, but I don't like sushi. I know many people praise it as the best thing ever to be invented, if I ever want to taste the sea I'll go swimming and take a gulp of it.
  20. alexrugby

    alexrugby Guest

    <div class='quotetop'>QUOTE (Haysie @ Oct 7 2008, 03:40 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}></div>
    I think the question is subjective

    Anyway I put the words every tourist speaks about Georgian "kitchen": "Wow! it's amazing and especially I remember Khinkali and Mcvadi, and of course Georgian wine"

    [​IMG] Khinkali

    [​IMG] Mcvadi

    [​IMG] Georgian wine ;)

    Lets Drink ;) ;) ;)
  21. dullonien

    dullonien Guest

    Those kebabs look nice Lekso, as do the dumpling style wrap things.
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