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What is the best thing you have ever eaten?

VoluminousGirlyVoluminousGirly Posts: 219Registered Users
Or maybe just your favorite food :)

I can't choose just one so I would say...
Meals:
Curry rice! You need to try it if you don't know what it is!
Dessert.
OMG pudding come here
Sing with Barney tune:
Frizz loves me
I hate frizz
It sticks to me
like a kid
with some creams
and some gel
and then nothing does the trick
Please help me
My curly friends.
:afro:

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  • BotticelliBritBotticelliBrit Posts: 2,075Registered Users
    Some of my favourite things:

    Gnocchi.

    Banoffee pie.

    Chicken tikka masala.

    Pad Thai.

    My mother's roast dinners. Fluffy and crispy roast potatoes, homemade wine gravy, organic chicken, about a dozen different types of veg, homemade Yorkshire puddings . . I mean, seriously *drools*

    Cheesy chips (not sure if this is just a UK thing? But basically it's chips that are sprinkled with mozzarella cheese so it goes all gooey and melty and YUM).

    Stuffed peppers.

    Bolognese pasta bake.

    Asparagus wrapped in prosciutto. AMAZING.

    Banana bread.

    Blueberry muffins.

    Cucumber. I am obsessed with cucumber. I have it with everything lol.

    I'm kind of a food fiend;) SO many more, but these are all I can think of off the top of my head!
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  • VoluminousGirlyVoluminousGirly Posts: 219Registered Users
    Some of my favourite things:

    Gnocchi.

    Banoffee pie.

    Chicken tikka masala.

    Pad Thai.

    My mother's roast dinners. Fluffy and crispy roast potatoes, homemade wine gravy, organic chicken, about a dozen different types of veg, homemade Yorkshire puddings . . I mean, seriously *drools*

    Cheesy chips (not sure if this is just a UK thing? But basically it's chips that are sprinkled with mozzarella cheese so it goes all gooey and melty and YUM).

    Stuffed peppers.

    Bolognese pasta bake.

    Asparagus wrapped in prosciutto. AMAZING.

    Banana bread.

    Blueberry muffins.

    Cucumber. I am obsessed with cucumber. I have it with everything lol.

    I'm kind of a food fiend;) SO many more, but these are all I can think of off the top of my head!

    YES CUCUMBERS! Basically none of my school friends like them!
    Sing with Barney tune:
    Frizz loves me
    I hate frizz
    It sticks to me
    like a kid
    with some creams
    and some gel
    and then nothing does the trick
    Please help me
    My curly friends.
    :afro:
  • spiderlashes5000spiderlashes5000 Posts: 17,495Registered Users Curl Neophyte
    I grew up in Brooklyn, NYC, where there are a lot of pizzerias and Italian restaurants. And I have such fond memories of eating chicken parmigiana w/ spaghetti as a little kid, especially at this one spot called Ann's, in the Flatbush area. OMG, I can still taste it now, and I couldn't have been older than 4 or 5. But I have had so many delicious plates of chicken parmigiana in my life! I was so spoiled on good Italian food as a kid...now I can barely touch it bc it's just not the same as what I got in NY.

  • curlyprincess1curlyprincess1 Posts: 468Registered Users
    Tipster | 10 best foods to eat in Jamaica

    I also love seafood and anything on the spicy side!
    It's not easy being a princess, but hey, if the crown fits.
  • BotticelliBritBotticelliBrit Posts: 2,075Registered Users
    @spiderlashes5000 My Nonna makes the best chicken parmigana with spaghetti. Come on over to England! :D
    3B. Med porosity. Med thickness. Med density.

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    Gel: DevaCurl Ultra Defining Gel
    DC:
    Aunt Jackie's Soft & Sassy Super Duper Softening Conditioner
    Treatments: Coconut oil/Coconut milk

    UK curly. CG since Oct 2013.
    Growing my hair to WL when dry :thumright:
  • sixelamysixelamy Posts: 4,156Registered Users Curl Neophyte
    guacamole!
    raspberries dipped in a mix of sour cream and brown sugar
    banana bread
    blueberry muffins
    zucchini muffins
    bran muffins
    any muffins!!!
    plain glazed donuts
    egg yolk - runny or hard boiled
    anything chocolate with pecans and caramel
    banana milkshakes
    banana w/ peanut butter
    avocado turkey burgers
    Mexican hot dog - a ex-bf once introduced me to it - topped with avocado, mayo, and tomato, omg yum!
    swiss cheese
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  • spiderlashes5000spiderlashes5000 Posts: 17,495Registered Users Curl Neophyte
    @spiderlashes5000 My Nonna makes the best chicken parmigana with spaghetti. Come on over to England! :D

    Are you sure? An Englishwoman hooking up some chicken parm? :toothy8:

  • So_JaneSo_Jane Posts: 155Registered Users
    Or maybe just your favorite food :)

    I can't choose just one so I would say...
    Meals:
    Curry rice! You need to try it if you don't know what it is!
    Dessert.
    OMG pudding come here

    I love love love cauliflower crust pizza made from scratch!!


    And my favorite go-to sweet is my own egg-free, oil-free' homemade molten brownies--so love the chocolate!
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  • eveumeveum Posts: 744Registered Users
    I love cake, I can eat an unhealthy amount in one sitting. I also love pancakes.

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  • BotticelliBritBotticelliBrit Posts: 2,075Registered Users
    Are you sure? An Englishwoman hooking up some chicken parm? :toothy8:

    My Nonna is Italian :D born and bred in Napoli!
    3B. Med porosity. Med thickness. Med density.

    LP: Shea Moisture (currently JBCO)
    Conditioner/CW: Jason Aloe Vera

    LI: Aunt Jackie's Curls & Coils Quench
    Refreshing: TRESemmé Naturals Aloe Vera & Avocado
    Gel: DevaCurl Ultra Defining Gel
    DC:
    Aunt Jackie's Soft & Sassy Super Duper Softening Conditioner
    Treatments: Coconut oil/Coconut milk

    UK curly. CG since Oct 2013.
    Growing my hair to WL when dry :thumright:
  • frcklsfrckls Posts: 528Registered Users
    Why, oh why does such a thread exist?! It's not enough that I imagine food way too often and now this.....

    I come from a South-East Asian country that has rich-flavoured food. I enjoy most strong flavoured food, especially spicy ones. My homeland is the home to the most amazing varied food. The spicy grilled fish, fresh-water prawns, crabs (female ones, with a lot of eggs, sorry!), oxtail soup, crispy duck, every other soups we have there, rice congee and I can still go on.

    I miss real ramen noodle so much. Oooh, the thick milky broth. Ahh and chinese chicken noodle. I don't know how they can make it taste heavenly.
    I also love lentil soup, chickpea soup, basically most Mediterranean soups and stews. And the lamb they make are just fingerlicking good. Levant dishes (Turkish, Lebanese) are amazing as well. I loooove meze! And baklava, yemista, dolma......
    I don't particularly favor western dishes, but when I was in Sicily, everything was so simple and oh so good I wanted to fall off the chair. And all those sweets they have there.....they should be forbidden to exist. They're like crack!
    I also can take super juicy burger and fingerlicking good rack of ribs!

    I also have the most gargantuant sweet tooth. Just today, I had an idea to make a coconut-butter muffin or the sort. Thanks to Science-y Hair's oil blend recipe, I couldn't stop sniffing my coconut oil last night. Coconuty and buttery....yumm. I love cheesecakes, pies (apple, cherry), butter tarts, brownies, chocolate souffle, lemon bars, butter cake, chewy chocolate chip cookies. Heck, I can even have a pack of Oreo for a meal. I can eat an unhealthy amount of ice cream and milkshakes.

    That's it. I'm going to have a plate of donuts for dinner.
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  • naturecatnaturecat Posts: 1,986Registered Users
    Anything pumpkin. As a kid pancakes with a side of mac and cheese was all I ate at restaurants. There's also this Thai restaurant with the best coconut pudding dessert ever. Layers of warm creamy coconut alternating with brown layers (somewhat sugary-maple syrup tasting) followed by more coconut layers…. too delicious for words.

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  • jeepcurlygurljeepcurlygurl Posts: 19,238Registered Users Curl Dabbler
    I love food so this list could be very long but off the top of my head these are some things that are memorable favorites.
    My Grandmother's fried chicken.
    The cinnamon muffins my mom used to make us for breakfast when we were kids.
    One of the local dairy isles makes the best chocolate malted milkshakes I've ever had.
    Coquilles St Jacques on a cruise many years ago. I still think of it.
    Buffalo chicken wings and homemade blue cheese or ranch dressing at dozens of places near here.
    My Aunt Nenan's chocolate cake. The recipe went with her to the grave and no one has ever been able to duplicate it. I've been trying for a couple decades.
    My own guacamole.
    Dog n Suds root beer.
    Sushi from a tiny tiny place in San Francisco.
    The sopapillas at Casa Bonita in Denver.
    A Greek pizza we got in Pittsburgh and ate at the drive in.
    The calamari and dipping sauces at a restaurant in Youngstown, OH.
    Frizzled chipped ham on Wonder Bread. An oldie by a goodie.
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  • Fifi.GFifi.G Posts: 15,490Registered Users
    Unfortunately I can not even remember the name of one of the best things I have ever eaten. It was at a French restaurant, in Florida, in 1993. 2 thin slices of chicken breast that had been pounded out, skin removed, and cooked to perfection. A delicious salad in the center and a wonderful sauce. Very simple but so good. That's what I love about a lot of French food. It's basic but heavenly.

    3am Pizza in NYC (1991 or 2). I was experiencing culture shock right and left. You can get pizza at 3am? It was so good. The Italian Restaurant we ate at was fantastic! Manicotti and Tiramisu like no other I have had before or since.

    My Grandmaws pickled peanut beans & corn. She always kept 5 mason jars under the kitchen sink for me and would give me one every 3 months. The rest went in the can house. I loved almost everything she made. The woman could cook.

    My moms chicken and dumplings and my dads cornbread. He made the best cornbread, ever!

    Death By Chocolate. I always shared that with my childhood friend. Sugar rush!!

    I could go on and on. *I will. Everything I had in California was amazing!! I still crave the veggie burrito from Baja Betty's.
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  • MeiMei Posts: 258Registered Users
    This is a tough one! I'm a foodie. And it's evident by what I list below, and my waist size... :toothy9:

    Peanut butter fudge milkshake (I make my own, since I don't live near a Sonic, but when I visit the hubs in the US, he takes me there to get it)
    Perogy pizza (or baked potato pizza)
    Stuffed beef/pork/chicken burgers (I make my own with an actual burger stuffer)
    Sweet honey-garlic crockpot BBQ pulled pork (I make it myself, none of that restaurant or pre-fab crap)
    Deep fried ice cream (my nana makes it, and it's unbelievably amazing)
    Dijon-parmesan-garlic baked cauliflower (delicious and healthy)
    Garlic fettucine alfredo with grilled seasoned chicken breast
    My nana's homemade dill pickles made with cucumbers from her garden, and her salsa, also made with things from her garden
    Blueberry zucchini muffins
    And deliciously simple, sweet tangerines
    OH! And Bruce Cost ginger ale
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  • sloka25sloka25 Posts: 78Registered Users
    My Grandmother's Chicken Biryani, and her Anglo Indian style roast (the recipe is on my blog) and Tiramisu (yum!)

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  • XaiseXaise Posts: 4Registered Users
    macaron with blue cheese :icescream:
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