These are much different than the ones in the UK i can tell you.
If you ever find yourself in Austria, be sure to try Schweinsbraten, and make sure it says “Semmelknödel” or “Serviettenknödel” in the food description so you can try these dumplings.
God bless this country.
It goes so well together though, and it's very socially acceptable to have a beer with breakfast...if you're having Weißwurst.
Oh no. That’s too much! I’m sure the picture was taken by a big family. No way one or two can eat all this
sual truck stop diner breakfast : bacon, eggs, pancakes, syrup, etc,etc .
Dutch food ranges from fucking delicious to the most disgusting shit you've propably ever seen (well, the Scandinavians propably beat us with the disgusting shit).
Something that's really frickkin' nice is boerenkool:
With some gravy on it, it's heavenly!
Plus, we have the ultimate recipe for serving fries, and everything else is vastly inferior. I present patatje oorlog;
But then, we have shit like this:
Which is cooked like this:
And it makes you wonder what the hell is wrong with our people.
It's called zult. It's disgusting. It smells really sour, looks like a gray mash of shit (which it is) and the taste...
Let's just not talk about that...
Sweet christ, I'd be dead from a food coma if I had all three of these in one day. Our native cuisine is nothing if not heavyVisiting England?
You start your day with a fry up, all the trimmings, no messing about, no flaking out on the black pudding. Fried bread an acceptable additional/replacement for toast. Winners eat their mushrooms.
After you've demolished your full English and necked a few cups of tea, you go about your business until it's time for lunch. And of course, it's a chippy lunch. Battered cod, good thick chips, some gravy, mushy peas, salt, vinegar, maybe some tartar sauce, maybe a steak and kidney pie, maybe even curry sauce if you're feeling spicy.
By now it's quite obviously time to hit the pub, if you haven't already, so knock back a few ales and a couple of crafty fags (cigarettes in England if you're feeling triggered), have a go on the quizzy and then order up the pub staple: the Sunday roast. Is it actually Sunday? Who gives a shit! It's Sunday somewhere, probably! Beef is the primary choice though others are available if you're a bit of a fanny about that. Spuds, carrot, swede, peas, maybe brocolli, maybe parsnips and sprouts if you're feeling festive. But let's not forget the key ingredients: a fatty Yorkshire pudding and lashings of thick gravy.
One full belly later and you're ready for a few more pints. Before you know it, it's 3am and you're stumbling home, arm in arm with your best chum, probably singing some shit Brit pop anthem. You're bloated, sick, skint, you stink, but you've had a cracker. The above diet will probably give you a heart attack by 30, but you can rest easy knowing it was all worth it.
Don't forget the detour to the one takeaway that's still open at that time of night for the traditional poor-life-choices extra large doner kebab with all the extrasOne full belly later and you're ready for a few more pints. Before you know it, it's 3am and you're stumbling home, arm in arm with your best chum, probably singing some shit Brit pop anthem. You're bloated, sick, skint, you stink, but you've had a cracker. The above diet will probably give you a heart attack by 30, but you can rest easy knowing it was all worth it.
It’s a beef sausage on sliced sandwich bread, yes. Usually served with caramelised onions and tomato sauce.What´s that? Is just a hot dog in a sandwich slice?
My birthplace has some neat food... lots and lots of fried food
Mofongo with Chicharron
Alcapurrias... look like turds but taste fantastic
Chuleta Can Can .... MASSIVE pork chop that is so good
Arroz con gandules + pasteles .... the pasteles are really good but look so ugly
It’s a beef sausage on sliced sandwich bread, yes. Usually served with caramelised onions and tomato sauce.
It’s basic as hell, but it is an Australian staple all over the country. At bbqs, at fundraisers, at parties, even our biggest hardware store chain has permanent sausage sizzle stands out the front entrance (the proceeds go to charity). It originates from a time before post-WW2 immigration, where there wasn’t much to eat here other than beef, bread and potatoes.
Effing Texas man.....we do it right. Not only is our "native" food just outstanding....we have so many immigrants from all places of the world (especially Houston), I can choose from the world's cuisine...And not some upscale white-washed version either. Im talking the real deal can be found of almost any country, in some strip mall you have never heard of.
And, then, when they put a Texas twist on it...(Like Twited Turban....(Indian Tacos)), you get unabashed awesome that cannot be touched by other states weak sauce.
What about the aligator or the kangaroo??I can’t really contribute here because we have vegemite and meat pies and uh... that’s about it.
You food is really close to spanish food.I am from Puerto Rico so you can kinda say that I guess lol
Fårikål is just amazing. I want it.A selection of Norwegian food:
Fårikål (literally, sheep in cabbage). Often seen as Norway's national dish. Tastes much better than it looks.
Pinnekjøtt (literally, stick meat). Traditionally eaten for Christmas and Easter. Salty lamb with potatoes, sausages and mashed rutabaga. Heavy stuff, very tasty.
Boiled cod. Usually with potatoes, carrots and bacon as seen here. Often with peas as well.
Pizza Grandiosa. A frozen pizza that is, seriously, the single most popular dish in Norway. 28 million are sold every year in a population of 5 million. It's kinda bland and non-offensive, with bits of ham, Jarlsberg cheese, tomato sauce and red pepper.
Coarse-grained bread with butter and slices of brown cheese. Our everyday mainstay. The cheese is brown because it's been caramelized, so it has a fairly sweet taste.
Ahhhhhhhhh Sticky Toffee Pudding I love it....Okay, I'm ready for dessert.
Sticky Toffee Pudding - best with custard
Eton Mess and please keep it messy
And this is less common, regional, but I ate it all the time when I lived in Yorkshire. Curd Tart.
normally we have a hamburger from a macdonald, most often accompanied by a packet of red soup we call ketchup
Bitterballen. (And there are MANY other deep fried snacks here, but I wasn't planning on posting all of them)
Stamppot & boerenkool (and a sausage).
Hollands nieuwe (herring with onions)
Bitterballen is like corkets?Belgium, Flanders.
Beer stew with french fries:
North sea Shrimp croquettes:
Tomato with north sea shrimp:
Waterzooi (sort of creamy meal soup with chicken or fish)
Roast diner platter.
Cheese and Onion McCoys
Quark mit Leinöl
Thank you, it's pretty much all regional food...though, Döner Kebab (yeah, the modern version was basically invented in Berlin) is everywhere these days and Kalter Hund has some variations apparently.Hey, I like your food.
Königsberger Klopse is like typical albóndigas in Spain so I know that Königsberger Klopse is awesome!
Döner is the typical kebab right?
Tote Oma what´s that food?