What's your favorite food?

This forum is for anything not Reason related, if you just want to talk about other stuff. Please keep it friendly!
RobC
Posts: 929
Joined: 10 Mar 2018

Post 22 Jun 2018

I'd go with spaghetti bolognese. I just can't get tired of it. I eat it like a pig. I go crazy. I slurp and stuff it in, sometimes even choking on it.

tibah
Posts: 846
Joined: 16 Jan 2015

Post 22 Jun 2018

Image

THIS + whatever ;)

User avatar
P'elle
Posts: 19
Joined: 28 May 2018
Location: San Diego, CA

Post 22 Jun 2018

Some kind of spicy Thai yellow curry dish. I often get an extra side of curry sauce to drink.

RobC
Posts: 929
Joined: 10 Mar 2018

Post 22 Jun 2018

tibah wrote:
22 Jun 2018
Image

THIS + whatever ;)
Christ, fluid foods. xD

But I also like a good coffee after a good spaghetti ~ so, fluid - fluid. : )

RobC
Posts: 929
Joined: 10 Mar 2018

Post 22 Jun 2018

P'elle wrote:
22 Jun 2018
Some kind of spicy Thai yellow curry dish. I often get an extra side of curry sauce to drink.
Ah, exotics ~ though in my case spaghetti counts almost as exotic, too, after all it's Italian.

User avatar
P'elle
Posts: 19
Joined: 28 May 2018
Location: San Diego, CA

Post 22 Jun 2018

RobC wrote:
22 Jun 2018
P'elle wrote:
22 Jun 2018
Some kind of spicy Thai yellow curry dish. I often get an extra side of curry sauce to drink.
Ah, exotics ~ though in my case spaghetti counts almost as exotic, too, after all it's Italian.
My girlfriend is Italian and we eat a lot of spaghetti at home. :D

tibah
Posts: 846
Joined: 16 Jan 2015

Post 22 Jun 2018

Well, on the topic of fluid food, I guess:
Image

Or in German "3 Bier sind auch ein Schnitzel" aka "3 beer = 1 schnitzel".

Apart from that, no favorite at all. I like a good indian meal, with a decent Mulligatawny as a start, followed by Chicken Madras, Bhatura and Karnibahar Kizartmasi. Or some Gyōza and Tako-yaki. A good steak with some Pierogi as found in Chlopskie Jadlo. The list goes on. ;)
Last edited by tibah on 22 Jun 2018, edited 2 times in total.

RobC
Posts: 929
Joined: 10 Mar 2018

Post 22 Jun 2018

P'elle wrote:
22 Jun 2018
RobC wrote:
22 Jun 2018


Ah, exotics ~ though in my case spaghetti counts almost as exotic, too, after all it's Italian.
My girlfriend is Italian and we eat a lot of spaghetti at home. :D
Ha, luckiest man in the world! Whomever I lived with, usually got mad that sometimes there was spaghetti every second day. xD

RobC
Posts: 929
Joined: 10 Mar 2018

Post 22 Jun 2018

tibah wrote:
22 Jun 2018
Well, on the topic of fluid food, I guess:
Image

Or in German "3 Bier sind auch ein Schnitzel" aka "3 beer = 1 schnitzel".
Ooh, last time I had German beers, I said "If I could have beer this good, I would be an alcoholic by now." xD

tibah
Posts: 846
Joined: 16 Jan 2015

Post 22 Jun 2018

RobC wrote:
22 Jun 2018
Ooh, last time I had German beers, I said "If I could have beer this good, I would be an alcoholic by now." xD
Gotta be careful around here. :D

Edit some stuff to my previous post. ;)

RobC
Posts: 929
Joined: 10 Mar 2018

Post 22 Jun 2018

tibah wrote:
22 Jun 2018
RobC wrote:
22 Jun 2018
Ooh, last time I had German beers, I said "If I could have beer this good, I would be an alcoholic by now." xD
Gotta be careful around here. :D

Edit some stuff to my previous post. ;)
Well, I have quite a few foods that compete, too, but it's spaghetti that makes me forget about my surrounding. xD

In my country, people tops become alcoholics due to depression, I find our beers god awful. xD

tibah
Posts: 846
Joined: 16 Jan 2015

Post 22 Jun 2018

Country + Beer awful = USA? *hides somewhere*

Don't you love cliches? ;D

RobC
Posts: 929
Joined: 10 Mar 2018

Post 22 Jun 2018

tibah wrote:
22 Jun 2018
Country + Beer awful = USA? *hides somewhere*

Don't you love cliches? ;D
Nah, this is Hungary. In USA, a blondie asked "Is that a country?" xD ...and I can't blame her.

User avatar
P'elle
Posts: 19
Joined: 28 May 2018
Location: San Diego, CA

Post 22 Jun 2018

tibah wrote:
22 Jun 2018
Country + Beer awful = USA? *hides somewhere*

Don't you love cliches? ;D
I happen to live in a craft beer capital. I just don't want to flood the thread with all of my favorite beers. :D

User avatar
Zac
Posts: 1101
Joined: 19 May 2016

Post 23 Jun 2018

Roast beef dinner with all the trimmings. Horse radish sauce essential. But the most important bit is the gravy.
sunday-roast-beef-dinner-3117638.jpg
You do not have the required permissions to view the files attached to this post.

TritoneAddiction
Posts: 1555
Joined: 29 Aug 2015
Location: Sweden

Post 23 Jun 2018

Give me a nice pizza and a beer and I'll be happy.

Expensive restaurants are nice and all, but I'm still a sucker for junkfood.

User avatar
Noplan
Posts: 563
Joined: 16 Jan 2015
Location: Cologne, Germany

Post 23 Jun 2018

Pelmeni

Image

User avatar
motuscott
Posts: 1184
Joined: 16 Jan 2015
Location: the new york

Post 23 Jun 2018

Motuscott's Kitchen Sink Salad gets me through the spring summer and fall thanks to the Union Square farmers' market.

Sunday:
Broccoli, cauliflower, celery, carrot, tomato, red pepper, green pepper, sweet onion, red onion, green olive, black olive, string beans, sugar snap peas (if in season).
This seasons nicely over the course of the week in the fridge
Each day:
yellow squash, radish, mushroom, leafy greens (arugula, if in season)
also peanuts, hard boiled egg or cheese or last night's chicken, dressing on the side.

and booze, lots of booze
Sometimes a cigar is just a synth that's on fire

User avatar
Zac
Posts: 1101
Joined: 19 May 2016

Post 23 Jun 2018

That Sunday list sounds delicious. Throw a bit of feta cheese or grilled haloumi cheese in there... I'm salivating. Think i need to improve my diet!

User avatar
Micha1973
Posts: 210
Joined: 24 Mar 2017
Location: Germany

Post 23 Jun 2018

I'm in croatia so fish and cold beer
Music Is My Life
&
Reason 10 sounds better :essentials:

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCsW3Wr ... gA05XklBng

RobC
Posts: 929
Joined: 10 Mar 2018

Post 24 Jun 2018

Yesterday, I made two huge pizzas, with bolognese sauce, using my own tomato (though frozen and from last year's harvest, or maybe even older? xD ~ it still was damn good, compared to the fresh store bought, neon-light ripened, tasteless things I shouldn't have put on top of it). Still, turned out really good. In the end, each was about 1 Kg.

mojo
Posts: 94
Joined: 12 May 2015
Location: france

Post 24 Jun 2018

Cassoulet without a doubt.

drloop
Posts: 178
Joined: 27 Jan 2015

Post 24 Jun 2018

Scaloppine a la lemone.
Or veal in lemon sauce.
Very simple, take a lemon use the zest together with the squeezed lemon and mix it with a nice no to tasty olive oil.
Put the veal in the mix and let it be in the fridge for some hours.

Then put butter in a pan and fry the veal.
After this use the rest of the mix and put in yet another squeezed lemon in the fry pan and and some more olive oil and taste with a litlle black pepper and salt. Last put some butter in the sauce and serve the disch immediately.

Amazing dish!

User avatar
ejanuska
Posts: 643
Joined: 27 May 2016
Location: USA

Post 12 Jul 2018

Currently, Sichuan Hot Pot

RobC
Posts: 929
Joined: 10 Mar 2018

Post 13 Jul 2018

I made a bolognese sauce, put that on a pizza dough I made, but even on top of that I put more onions, paprika, cheese and tomatoes.
I really regret one thing: it was pretty juicy (I added no water at all to the sauce!) so getting the baked pizza out of that silicone-coated pizza baking thigy was some pretty hard work, but I managed. Had a moment of almost crying-rage-quit like a man-child xD but I managed not to. A bit of the sides remained stuck, but that's like 0,5 cm dough waste.
But holy hell, it was awesome. Nicely full and amazingly juicy. Probably the best pizza I ever had! I still have more sauce, so I'll make another one today, but I probably take out some of the juice this time.

  • Information
  • Who is online

    Users browsing this forum: CommonCrawl [Bot] and 1 guest