Cuisine from round the World

Cuisine from round the World

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Since: Apr 06

Handsacre

#1 Jun 3, 2006
If your next meal was your last meal on Earth what would it be and why? State where you are, and where you are from.
eastsideAMERICAN chicana

Austin, TX

#2 Jun 4, 2006
Tuff question, let me think about it.

Have a great Sunday over there in that part of the world you are in.

Your allowed to view what city one is posting from.
eleanorigby

Broxburn, UK

#3 Jun 4, 2006
StevefromUK wrote:
If your next meal was your last meal on Earth what would it be and why? State where you are, and where you are from.
Because I am a Lancashire Lass and always shall be, I would find
it hard to beat Fish, Chips and Mushy Peas, drenched in Salt and
Vinegar, accompanied by fresh white bread oozing butter so that the
chips melt it when one makes a "butty", and a scalding mug of tea
or two to wash it all down.

No starters, no pud, just that and I would be happy as Larry.
eleanorigby

Broxburn, UK

#4 Jun 4, 2006
That would be fish, chips and peas from the chippy btw.

Since: Apr 06

Handsacre

#5 Jun 4, 2006
eastsideAMERICANchicana wrote:
Tuff question, let me think about it.
Have a great Sunday over there in that part of the world you are in.
Your allowed to view what city one is posting from.
Welcome to what I hope will be an interesting topic-FOOD- one mans meat is anothers poison, c'mon your LAST meal!! what could be more important? Please no religious choices - it is to late to atone - this is PURELY for you- so if you are Jewish and you fancied a Bacon sandwich, or a Hindu who wondered what beef tasted like! that meal you always wanted but could not afford? now is your chance! Grandma's Apple Pie ? the world of Cuisine is here and it is YOURS ! Go on we wont tell !!

Since: Apr 06

Handsacre

#6 Jun 4, 2006
eleanorigby wrote:
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Because I am a Lancashire Lass and always shall be, I would find
it hard to beat Fish, Chips and Mushy Peas, drenched in Salt and
Vinegar, accompanied by fresh white bread oozing butter so that the
chips melt it when one makes a "butty", and a scalding mug of tea
or two to wash it all down.
No starters, no pud, just that and I would be happy as Larry.
El, that has got to be up at the top, what about Meat & Potato Pie? Steak & Kidney Pudding, Saveloys? the scratchings !!!!! F & C in newspaper on a cold winter night hangin around the local shops with the boys (girls), oh the 60's I can smell it!!!

Since: Apr 06

Handsacre

#7 Jun 4, 2006
eastsideAMERICANchicana wrote:
Tuff question, let me think about it.
Have a great Sunday over there in that part of the world you are in.
Your allowed to view what city one is posting from.
Thanks, what would be your CHOSEN last meal?? French, Chinese, Japanese Italian, Spanish ??? Saurkraut, Weiners,Bratwurst? Snails Frogs legs, Pizza Burgers, Fries. how about PASTA!! come on guys let us know
vinces chick

Grand Junction, CO

#8 Jun 4, 2006
bicuits and gravy. and a slice of ham. not healthy, but wonderfully delicous as long as the gravy is done right.

Since: Apr 06

Handsacre

#9 Jun 4, 2006
vinces chick wrote:
bicuits and gravy. and a slice of ham. not healthy, but wonderfully delicous as long as the gravy is done right.
As I am from the UK you will have to explain Biscuits and also Gravy as they have different meanings here than in the USA, as do crisps and chips for example
vinces chick

Grand Junction, CO

#10 Jun 4, 2006
StevefromUK wrote:
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As I am from the UK you will have to explain Biscuits and also Gravy as they have different meanings here than in the USA, as do crisps and chips for example
biscuits and gravy is just that. bisciuts coverd in white sausage gravy. the simplest of meals besides peanut butter and jelly sanwiches.

Since: Apr 06

Handsacre

#11 Jun 4, 2006
Roast sirloin of beef, yorkshire pudding,& roast potatoes and veggies with onion gravy !!!

Can you better that ???

Since: Apr 06

Handsacre

#12 Jun 4, 2006
for those in the know, Tata Ash , and my Grans was the best (oxo) no more needs to be said!,however YOU spell it, it is still Tata Ash to me !!! Yummy
vinces chick

Grand Junction, CO

#13 Jun 4, 2006
a question for you steve. do they have any restaurants in the u.k. that serve american food?

Since: Apr 06

Handsacre

#14 Jun 4, 2006
Semolina (frog spawn) Tapioca, Cold rice pudding? with jam or without? suet puddings, treacle tart oh and yes Lemon meringue !! jam roly poly ? jelly and custard!!!!

c'mon ppl can you do better?
vinces chick

Grand Junction, CO

#15 Jun 4, 2006
StevefromUK wrote:
Roast sirloin of beef, yorkshire pudding,& roast potatoes and veggies with onion gravy !!!
Can you better that ???
that sounds pretty good! i just have this thing for biscuits and gravy. it even beats out cheese filled susages and those are great!
eleanorigby

Broxburn, UK

#16 Jun 4, 2006
StevefromUK wrote:
for those in the know, Tata Ash , and my Grans was the best (oxo) no more needs to be said!,however YOU spell it, it is still Tata Ash to me !!! Yummy
Oh Steve, Tata Ash, lashings of HP Brown Sauce, bread and butter to
mop up. Yum

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Since: Apr 06

Kansas City, Missouri

#17 Jun 4, 2006
StevefromUK wrote:
If your next meal was your last meal on Earth what would it be and why? State where you are, and where you are from.
Okay Steve.. I will atempt this one. LOl
I was born and raised until I was 13 in the BBQ capitol of the world, Kansas City, Missouri. If it was my last day on earth I would want a HUGE slab of BBQ Ribs with a side of BBQ Baked Beans, Corn on the Cob with LOTS of butter and a Cherry Pepsi to drink..

And when all was said and done... PLEASE make sure that there is a BIG bottle of Malox sitting by my side. LOL

Since: Apr 06

Handsacre

#18 Jun 4, 2006
vinces chick wrote:
a question for you steve. do they have any restaurants in the u.k. that serve american food?
We have the usual McDonalds etc and roadside cafes that call themselves Diners, Wimpeys. Starbucks, Subway, KFC Pizza Hut
mainly the fast food outlets

Since: Apr 06

Handsacre

#19 Jun 4, 2006
Michelle P wrote:
<quoted text>Okay Steve.. I will atempt this one. LOl
I was born and raised until I was 13 in the BBQ capitol of the world, Kansas City, Missouri. If it was my last day on earth I would want a HUGE slab of BBQ Ribs with a side of BBQ Baked Beans, Corn on the Cob with LOTS of butter and a Cherry Pepsi to drink..
And when all was said and done... PLEASE make sure that there is a BIG bottle of Malox sitting by my side. LOL
I had that last Saturday at a friends BBQ- yummy- except the cherry pepsi - whats Malox??

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Since: Apr 06

Kansas City, Missouri

#20 Jun 5, 2006
StevefromUK wrote:
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I had that last Saturday at a friends BBQ- yummy- except the cherry pepsi - whats Malox??
Malox is medicine to help with all the heart burn after you eat all the BBQ!!!LOL

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