How many different cuisines have you attempted?

  1. Me first!

    1) Chinese food is native to me
    2) Italian - pasta dishes and risotto
    3) American - chowdah and crabcakes
    4) French - foie gras and various gratins
    5) Japanese - various noodles and salad
    6) Thai - green curry :drool:
    7) Indian - paneer and other vegetarian dishes
     
  2. :sad: I have been making a poll and I passed the 5min timeout, o well.
     
  3. I had:
    1. Chinese (I am Chinese)
    2. Japanese - sushi, sashimi, teriyaki, tempura, etc
    3. Korean - bbq, tofu, bi bam ba, kimchi, etc
    4. Thai/Singaporean/Malaysian/Indonesian - curry, satay, etc
    5. Indian - curry, vegeterian and other dishes that my Indian friend ordered
    6. Mediterrenean (Greek/Lebanese/Armenian) - shawerma, kabob, and falafel
    7. Italian - pasta and risotto
    8. French - foie gras, escargot and other dishes
    9. Spanish - tapas
    10. Ethiopian - beef and chicken dishes (don't know/remember what they are called)
    11. Brazilian - bbq
    12. Mexican - tacos, burritos, tamales, etc
    13. Argentinean - steaks
    14. American
    15. Jamaican - jerked chicken

    I think that's all that I have tried.
     
  4. Chinese --dim sum my favorite, chicken feet, fried shrimp balls, bbq bow
    Singaporean--noodles, carrot cake, lod chong (green pandan dessert)
    Japanese - sushi, sashimi, teriyaki, tempura, shabu shabu
    Korean - bulgogi
    Thai/Singaporean/Malaysian/Indonesian --khao pad, pad thai, boo (crab deliciacies in thai) curry, satay, etc, fried insects
    Indian - curry, vegeterian, lassis and paneers
    Mediterrenean --ek mek kataifi, gyro, spanikopita, dolmathes, donner kabob, and falafel,
    Italian - pasta, risotto, beef carpaccio
    French - foie gras, escargot, lobster a la francaise, pommes anna, chocolat chaud, boullaibaise
    Spanish - basque and spanish foods, jamon serrano
    Brazilian - Churrascaria, Chimmichurri sauce
    Mexican - tacos, burritos, tamales, etc
    American --Burger King, casseroles, tuna fish sandwiches
    Caribbean - jerked chicken, conch chowder
    Scottish--McDonalds:yes: :yahoo: :p
     
  5. chinese
    french
    italian
    greek-souvlaki
    thai-laksa, rice paper rolls
    cambodian-curries
    chinese-lots of dishes
    malaysian-nasi goreng, satay
    mexican-tacos
    spanish-tapas
    american
    creole/cajun
    korean-bulgolgi
    brazilian-meat dishes
    portuguese-chicken
    south african-lamb sosaties
    australian-kangaroo, seafood
    indian-tandoori, butter chicken
     
  6. Wow I am not sure if I can recall the exact dishes..but my faves are...and I loooove fooood!!!

    Vietnamese ( of course! I'm Vietnamese..lol)
    Chinese
    Japanese
    Filipino
    Taiwanese
    Thai
    Korean
    Italian
    Greek
    PERSIAN
    HAWAIIAN!!!
    Indian
    Various South American dishes
    AMERICAN burgers..lol cant forget that!!
     
  7. all asian, american, european, except australian and african ... Im a sucker for foods :smile:
     
  8. Can't believe I forgot Vietnamese. hehehe. I also had Taiwanese, Hawaiian, cajun (love jambalaya and gumbo) and soul food (if that counts).
     
  9. Wow, fun thread! So far I have tried (in no particular order):

    1.) Indian
    2.) Chinese
    3.) Mongolian
    4.) Thai
    5.) Vietnamese
    6.) Indonesian
    7.) Japanese
    8.) Filipino
    9.) Erritrean (Ethiopian)
    10) Middle Eastern
    11.) Spanish
    12.) German
    13.) Czech (which is alot like German--lots of fried things!)
    14.) French
    15.) Irish
    16) English (blech on the blood pudding!)
    17.) Scottish (does vegetarian Haggis count?)
    18.) Peruvian
    19.) Mexican
    20.) El Salvadorean
    21.) Jamaican/Carribean
    22.) Italian
    23.) Korean
    24.) Brazilian
     
  10. Chinese
    Filipino
    American (does this count?)
    Italian
    Thai
    Malaysian
    French
    Japanese
    Mexican
    Indian
    Irish
    Korean
    Brazilian
    Carribean
    Hawaiian
    Taiwanese
    Greek
    Cajun
     
  11. Chinese
    Italian
    French (I have a cookbook collection in regional french)
    Indian
    Cuban
    Mexican
    Japanese
    Thai
    Jamaican

    I would like to try more variety of dishes from Morocco/Africa, British Isles, Latin America, anything. Since I don't get to travel, I read Saveur magazine, a wonderful culinary traveler. I can't get enough of that magazine!
     
  12. Traditional American
    Southern
    Chinese
    Greek
    French
    Cuban
    Spanish
    Mexican
    Jamaican
    English

    I really wanna try Indian food! Never ever had it. I was watching a video on youtube of Jason Orange from Take That at his fav Indian restaurant in Manchester (well, I dunno if it's STILL his fav. This interview was about 10 years or so ago). Anywho, he just made that papadum and mango chutney look TDF! I think Jason could make anything look TDF!:graucho:
     
  13. norwegian
    swedsh
    danish
    english (yuck)
    scottish (even more yuck)
    french/paris style and provence style
    italian
    spanish
    german (....)
    hungarian
    indonesian
    different types of chinese (at least two)
    japanese
    mexican
    greek
    thai
    indian
    american
    austrian (pretty similar to german, but a bit better IMO, not as heavy =P)

    many of the "food regions" don't really follow national borders though, so this is really not a good way to divide it.
     
  14. I'm only 21, so I have a lot of tasting ahead of me.

    1) Japanese
    2) Thai
    3) Italian
    4) American (new)
    5) Indian
    6) Carribean
    7) Nigerian/W. African
    8) French
    9)Spanish
    10)Tex-Mex
     
  15. Italian,
    German,
    Austro-Hungarian,
    French,
    Spanish,
    Greek,
    British,
    Mexican,
    Indian,
    Chinese,
    Japanese,