What's your favorite cuisine?

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RE: What's your favorite cuisine? 2006/02/09 18:06:04 (permalink)
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Again, POLISH and lots of it.

POLISH RULES


You need to head up to Grand Rapids the first full weekend of October for Pulaski Days.. Lots of drinking, and equall amounts of Polish food served! (This event happens over a dozen or so halls in the area)..
http://www.pulaskidays.org/
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RE: What's your favorite cuisine? 2006/02/09 18:43:31 (permalink)
Did I mention French? Yes I guess I did...still French but I agree w/ Paul a nice sit down of cornbread, green beans w/ new potatoes, buttermilk, country ham, biscuits w/ red eye gravy, creamed corn and countyr style steak might also trip my trigger.

By the way...real buttermilk...not that crap they sell in the stores...I own a farm and we don't serve fake buttermilk. Best stuff in the world to soak chiken in for fried chicken the next day. Paul, ask you Mama...she'll confirm it.
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RE: What's your favorite cuisine? 2006/02/10 08:44:00 (permalink)
ITALIAN

We have some great Italian food in the N/E Detroit suburbs, Where Southern Italians rule. I usually eat at Da Fratelli in Shelby Township. Not that well know even in the Detroit area. This is where the locals eat. Try the Veal Sicilliano with the Amogio sauce and peppers. The salad is the last course, just as they do in Italy.

Also, I was in St. Louis on business, Wed. Went to Cunneto's on the hill for Lunch. I had the Pranza Insalata, Breaded Veal sandwich and Pasta in a meat sauce, Excellent. After that I went to Urzi's (Italian Market) and got a sandwich. Volpi Salami, Mortadella, Provolone, lettuce, tomatoes, onions, peppers, oregano and oil & vinegar.(don't do mayo) Had that for dinner at the hotel

Thank God for good Italian Food.......Joe
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RE: What's your favorite cuisine? 2006/02/10 16:05:54 (permalink)
I can't decide my favorite cusine is either, Beef, Chicken or Pork.
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RE: What's your favorite cuisine? 2006/02/10 17:59:58 (permalink)
German food is my favorite. Especially if it's served with a large quantity of German beer!
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RE: What's your favorite cuisine? 2006/04/03 17:23:47 (permalink)
Chinese cuisine all the way Want to see why, go to [url]www.chinatownconnection.com/restaurant.htm[/url]. Hungry just thinking about it.
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RE: What's your favorite cuisine? 2006/04/04 22:20:17 (permalink)
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German food is my favorite. Especially if it's served with a large quantity of German beer!


Indeed. Same here. Of course, BBQ, Indian, and Chinese run close seconds :p Spa Brahaus (Ballston Spa, NY) and The Student Prince (Springfield, MA) are both amazing places to get authentic German food, and Sauerbraten is my hands-down favorite. Oh, and some spetzle, and red cabbage, and kraut :D



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