Typical food from your country.

KonradLaw

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Poland, so:

Bigos:


Pierogi:


Żurek:


Ogórkowa (cucumber soup):


pickled cocumbers


And of course Vodka :D
 

Traianvs

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I'm uploading a few pictures of Italian food, mostly from my town/region, some from all the country.
Sorry for the quality of the pictures, I have a shitty camera on my phone and I cook as an hobby, so these dishes will be quite ugly to see, even if they were all good.



I'll start with some Farinata. It's a very simple and poor foof typical of my region and it's made with chickpeas flour, water, salt, rosemary and oil.



Here is some "trippa alla genovese" (my variation). They are cattle stomach cooked with mushrooms, pine nuts and potatoes


Tagliatelle al pesto. Pasta was hand made by yours truly just like the pesto (a sauce made with basil leaves, pine nuts, parmigiano and pecorino cheese, oil). They are very typical of Liguria and lower Piemonte.



Orecchiette con cime di rapa. Not from my region, I still love this food.



Focaccia with oil and rosemay. Forgive me if it looks too pale, the light was just above it. This is the "bread" from my region and a perfect snack



Risotto with pumpkin



These are from my smal town (we are talking about 1000 people). Corzetti, a flat and round pasta made with flour, wine, nutmeg. Here is with some meat ragu on top but we usually cook it with a pesto made with marjoram



And finally some poached eggs. They are not a typical italian dish but I can cook them well and I'm proud of it!
 

Azzurri

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I'm uploading a few pictures of Italian food, mostly from my town/region, some from all the country.
Sorry for the quality of the pictures, I have a shitty camera on my phone and I cook as an hobby, so these dishes will be quite ugly to see, even if they were all good.



I'll start with some Farinata. It's a very simple and poor foof typical of my region and it's made with chickpeas flour, water, salt, rosemary and oil.



Here is some "trippa alla genovese" (my variation). They are cattle stomach cooked with mushrooms, pine nuts and potatoes


Tagliatelle al pesto. Pasta was hand made by yours truly just like the pesto (a sauce made with basil leaves, pine nuts, parmigiano and pecorino cheese, oil). They are very typical of Liguria and lower Piemonte.



Orecchiette con cime di rapa. Not from my region, I still love this food.



Focaccia with oil and rosemay. Forgive me if it looks too pale, the light was just above it. This is the "bread" from my region and a perfect snack



Risotto with pumpkin



These are from my smal town (we are talking about 1000 people). Corzetti, a flat and round pasta made with flour, wine, nutmeg. Here is with some meat ragu on top but we usually cook it with a pesto made with marjoram



And finally some poached eggs. They are not a typical italian dish but I can cook them well and I'm proud of it!

My mom makes trippa, it's an acquired taste.
 

Scopa

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I'm uploading a few pictures of Italian food, mostly from my town/region, some from all the country.
Sorry for the quality of the pictures, I have a shitty camera on my phone and I cook as an hobby, so these dishes will be quite ugly to see, even if they were all good.



I'll start with some Farinata. It's a very simple and poor foof typical of my region and it's made with chickpeas flour, water, salt, rosemary and oil.



Here is some "trippa alla genovese" (my variation). They are cattle stomach cooked with mushrooms, pine nuts and potatoes


Tagliatelle al pesto. Pasta was hand made by yours truly just like the pesto (a sauce made with basil leaves, pine nuts, parmigiano and pecorino cheese, oil). They are very typical of Liguria and lower Piemonte.



Orecchiette con cime di rapa. Not from my region, I still love this food.



Focaccia with oil and rosemay. Forgive me if it looks too pale, the light was just above it. This is the "bread" from my region and a perfect snack



Risotto with pumpkin



These are from my smal town (we are talking about 1000 people). Corzetti, a flat and round pasta made with flour, wine, nutmeg. Here is with some meat ragu on top but we usually cook it with a pesto made with marjoram



And finally some poached eggs. They are not a typical italian dish but I can cook them well and I'm proud of it!
Are those poached eggs with carrots!?
 

Amey

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I mostly prefer eating eat rice so here's couple of typical combos from western part of India.

Varan Bhaat (Moong Daal + Steamed Rice)


Taak Bhaat (Buttermilk or Curd + Steamed Rice)
 
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iorek21

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Brazillian here, allow me to show you some of our food:

Pão de Queijo (a bread made of cheese):



Feijoada (black beans with all kinds of meat):



Pastel:



Coxinha:



São Paulo's Mortadela Sandwich

 
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Straight-up stuff you won't get outside of Florida

Conch Fritters

Conchs are a form of sea snail, and conch fritters are when these sea snails are mixed up into a delicious batter, deep fried, and served as an appetizer at local seafood restaurants. Conch fritters are like the escargot of Florida, except far more appetizing. Conch fritters are a good mix of Southern-influenced cooking and seafood (the Southern influence mainly coming from the fact that they’re deep fried in a big vat of oil) and dipped in a rich, creamy tartar.


Our Seafood

Being a peninsula surrounded by water on 3 sides in Florida means that “Fresh Catch of the Day” is about as fresh as it gets (well, fresher than if you ordered Fresh Catch of the Day in Oklahoma). This menu topper allows visitors to enjoy the most local of cuisines caught right from the Atlantic Ocean and the Matanzas River.

Popular fresh catches in St. Augustine, Florida include flounder, snapper, and drum. Another great thing about Fresh Catch of the Day as a Florida food is the fact that it can be served in a variety of ways: grilled, blackened, or fried.


Shrimp & Grits

Florida’s proximity to the Caribbean provides a strong Creole influence on its cooking scene. A popular Southern dish, Shrimp and Grits, comes from this Creole culinary tradition, and is a tasty seafood dish served for breakfast, lunch, or dinner. The hearty dish combines low-country grits with fresh seafood for a rich Florida taste.


Fried Gator Tail

You can often get a feel for local cuisine by trying some of the local game or ordering a catch of the day; whether it’s from the ocean or a swamp. Yes, gator is an actual dish in some Florida restaurants, and the game is in abundance here with over 1 million alligators in the state! The tail is deep fried and served as an appetizer or as an entree.

Wondering what gator tail tastes like? It’s different for everyone, but for me, it’s like a half-chicken, half-fish hybrid, which makes sense if you lean towards the theory that early reptilian dinosaurs were covered in feathers.


Key Lime Pie

Key Lime Pie is one nice slice of baked good that has its origins in the Florida keys and is made with key lime juice, egg yolks, sweetened condensed milk, and a pie crust. A real Key Lime pie will be yellow, because even though Key Limes are green, the juice is yellow. Key Lime Pie has a sweet and tart taste to it, and is often topped with whipped cream and garnished with a slice of lime.


Cuban Sandwich

Origins of its popularity sprung from Miami and Tampa, but the Cuban Sandwich, also known as the Cubano, has become the unofficial official state sandwich for Florida. The sandwich is made with roasted pork, ham, melted Swiss cheese, mustard, pickles, all pressed inside some warm and toasty Cuban bread. The Cubano is great with potato chips, fries, but let's be honest, they're best with plantain chips.

All credit goes to Visit St. Augustine


We also love our melting pot of BBQ, North Carolina mustard and vinegar base is my personal favorite. Our lobsters are fuck-huge, though they have no claws. It takes 2 hours to go anywhere in the state from a coastline, so we have incredibly fresh local seafood everywhere. In Miami we have better Cuban cuisine than anything you will find in Cuba.

Come on down to Florida for your next vacation. The beaches are world-class, the local food is incredible, and the Florida-man stereotype is just a front we maintain to keep Yankees from moving here.
 

Skyr

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Brazillian here, allow me to show you some of our food:

Pão de Queijo (a bread made of cheese):



Feijoada (black beans with all kinds of meat):



Pastel:



Coxinha:



São Paulo's Mortadela Sandwich


OMG I really want to try all of this. Looks amazing.
 

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Costa Rica

Casado:




Breakfast with gallo pinto:



Ceviche:



Pejibayes



Rondon



Tamales



Chifrijo



Sopa Negra



Olla de carne



Patacones

 
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Hand made peanut butter with crunchy nuts on ice cream.

1 tablespoon peanut butter to 2 tablespoon ice cream mix.

You can make it yourself!

Lowest in salt and sugar, high cocoa and peanut content, what more can you ask for?

https://www.amazon.com/stores/node/18043969011?_encoding=UTF8&field-lbr_brands_browse-bin=Fix and Fogg&ref_=bl_dp_s_web_18043969011



Where is this from? I mean, I can purchase these products in my super market, but the recepy is from?


Costa Rica

Casado:




Breakfast with gallo pinto:



Ceviche:



Pejibayes



Rondon



Tamales



Chifrijo



Sopa Negra



Olla de carne



Patacones

Ohhhh Latinos know how to eat well. Every food you posted looks like something I want to eat. Specially Tamales. What is that white sauce??
 
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Fuck me, I thought my mortadella sandwiches were big!
Hahaha mortadela! Where are you from?

Straight-up stuff you won't get outside of Florida

Conch Fritters

Conchs are a form of sea snail, and conch fritters are when these sea snails are mixed up into a delicious batter, deep fried, and served as an appetizer at local seafood restaurants. Conch fritters are like the escargot of Florida, except far more appetizing. Conch fritters are a good mix of Southern-influenced cooking and seafood (the Southern influence mainly coming from the fact that they’re deep fried in a big vat of oil) and dipped in a rich, creamy tartar.


Our Seafood

Being a peninsula surrounded by water on 3 sides in Florida means that “Fresh Catch of the Day” is about as fresh as it gets (well, fresher than if you ordered Fresh Catch of the Day in Oklahoma). This menu topper allows visitors to enjoy the most local of cuisines caught right from the Atlantic Ocean and the Matanzas River.

Popular fresh catches in St. Augustine, Florida include flounder, snapper, and drum. Another great thing about Fresh Catch of the Day as a Florida food is the fact that it can be served in a variety of ways: grilled, blackened, or fried.


Shrimp & Grits

Florida’s proximity to the Caribbean provides a strong Creole influence on its cooking scene. A popular Southern dish, Shrimp and Grits, comes from this Creole culinary tradition, and is a tasty seafood dish served for breakfast, lunch, or dinner. The hearty dish combines low-country grits with fresh seafood for a rich Florida taste.


Fried Gator Tail

You can often get a feel for local cuisine by trying some of the local game or ordering a catch of the day; whether it’s from the ocean or a swamp. Yes, gator is an actual dish in some Florida restaurants, and the game is in abundance here with over 1 million alligators in the state! The tail is deep fried and served as an appetizer or as an entree.

Wondering what gator tail tastes like? It’s different for everyone, but for me, it’s like a half-chicken, half-fish hybrid, which makes sense if you lean towards the theory that early reptilian dinosaurs were covered in feathers.


Key Lime Pie

Key Lime Pie is one nice slice of baked good that has its origins in the Florida keys and is made with key lime juice, egg yolks, sweetened condensed milk, and a pie crust. A real Key Lime pie will be yellow, because even though Key Limes are green, the juice is yellow. Key Lime Pie has a sweet and tart taste to it, and is often topped with whipped cream and garnished with a slice of lime.


Cuban Sandwich

Origins of its popularity sprung from Miami and Tampa, but the Cuban Sandwich, also known as the Cubano, has become the unofficial official state sandwich for Florida. The sandwich is made with roasted pork, ham, melted Swiss cheese, mustard, pickles, all pressed inside some warm and toasty Cuban bread. The Cubano is great with potato chips, fries, but let's be honest, they're best with plantain chips.

All credit goes to Visit St. Augustine


We also love our melting pot of BBQ, North Carolina mustard and vinegar base is my personal favorite. Our lobsters are fuck-huge, though they have no claws. It takes 2 hours to go anywhere in the state from a coastline, so we have incredibly fresh local seafood everywhere. In Miami we have better Cuban cuisine than anything you will find in Cuba.

Come on down to Florida for your next vacation. The beaches are world-class, the local food is incredible, and the Florida-man stereotype is just a front we maintain to keep Yankees from moving here.
Cuban sandwich!!! How big is that? In the picture looks like a full ribs piece.

I’m in Canada. So here’s our food:

Poutine

What´s that? just chips?
 
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One day I am going to make a party on my house taking the best foods from this therad.

Thanks everyone for the ideas hahahaha.
 

crowbrow

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Ohhhh Latinos know how to eat well. Every food you posted looks like something I want to eat. Specially Tamales. What is that white sauce??
Haha actually the tamales picture is missing I don't know why.



What you're asking maybe is for Rondon. That's a caribbean seafood soup made with coconut milk. So that's why it's white ;)
 
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Haha actually the tamales picture is missing I don't know why.



What you're asking maybe is for Rondon. That's a caribbean seafood soup made with coconut milk. So that's why it's white ;)
mmmm tamales....

Wow so is coconut, much better!


@Daniel Pacheco was wondering if you were still alive mate
Hey Matt, my Aus mate. Yeah I am, I was chatting with @Mista on discord, I am travelling a lot , is videogames event time so I have not much time.

I asked on discord about you but you take a "vacation" time...

I make a fat mortadella sandwich almost every day for lunch. But, not quite as fat as the pictured one, lol.
Australia! As Matt. Did you know him in person? You must!
 

rabbitontherun

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Since Austria (where i grew up & live) was already covered here , some good stuff from Serbia:

Riblja Čorba - fish soup



Čvarci - pork scratchings


Kečige - grilled sterlet


Mesano meso - mixed grilled meat


best served with Šopska Salata - basically greek salad without olives but with lots of cheese
 
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Alx

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France is known internationally for its fancy cuisine, but for myself I love all the traditional, rustic dishes from all its different regions :

Cassoulet


Potée auvergnate


Choucroute garnie


Bouillabaisse


And for dessert, a "far breton".
 
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Kečige - grilled sterlet


Mesano meso - mixed grilled meat
OH BOY!!!!

What´s that fish?? Looks like swordfish!

I like too much your mesano meso. Looks like bbq!

France is known internationally for its fancy cuisine, but for myself I love all the traditional, rustic dishes from all its different regions :

Cassoulet


Potée auvergnate


Choucroute garnie


Bouillabaisse


And for dessert, a "far breton".

All these dishes doesn´t look like nothing that I tried in France. And the Cassoulet is something that I would love to try!