What's the last thing you ate?

11 years 2 days ago #16647 by Alex
Korean food

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11 years 2 days ago #16667 by Stealthy Ninja

Alex wrote: Korean food


Spicy much?

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11 years 2 days ago #16672 by Alex

Stealthy Ninja wrote:

Alex wrote: Korean food


Spicy much?


There was one fish dish that has some spice, other than that it was sushi, 10 course meal, so stuffed!

You eat much spicy?

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11 years 2 days ago #16675 by scarman1313
BBQ


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11 years 2 days ago #16678 by Stealthy Ninja

Alex wrote:

Stealthy Ninja wrote:

Alex wrote: Korean food


Spicy much?


There was one fish dish that has some spice, other than that it was sushi, 10 course meal, so stuffed!

You eat much spicy?


Korean's love spicy food. My Korean brother-in-law will add chilli sauce to everything, EVERYTHING, including chilli.

I think Korean "sushi" isn't sushi... but I know what you mean. ;)

I don't mind a little spice now and then.

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11 years 2 days ago #16696 by Alex

Stealthy Ninja wrote:

Alex wrote:

Stealthy Ninja wrote:

Alex wrote: Korean food


Spicy much?


There was one fish dish that has some spice, other than that it was sushi, 10 course meal, so stuffed!

You eat much spicy?


Korean's love spicy food. My Korean brother-in-law will add chilli sauce to everything, EVERYTHING, including chilli.

I think Korean "sushi" isn't sushi... but I know what you mean. ;)

I don't mind a little spice now and then.


Yeah it wasn't the best sushi that I've had, but it was pretty good. They had sea snails, which I've never had before. Interesting, you have a toothpick you poke and grab them out of their shell. Tasted like clams to me.

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11 years 2 days ago #16699 by Stealthy Ninja

Alex wrote:

Stealthy Ninja wrote:

Alex wrote:

Stealthy Ninja wrote:

Alex wrote: Korean food


Spicy much?


There was one fish dish that has some spice, other than that it was sushi, 10 course meal, so stuffed!

You eat much spicy?


Korean's love spicy food. My Korean brother-in-law will add chilli sauce to everything, EVERYTHING, including chilli.

I think Korean "sushi" isn't sushi... but I know what you mean. ;)

I don't mind a little spice now and then.


Yeah it wasn't the best sushi that I've had, but it was pretty good. They had sea snails, which I've never had before. Interesting, you have a toothpick you poke and grab them out of their shell. Tasted like clams to me.


I like Korean BBQ that's cooked in the middle of the table, that's pretty awesome.

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11 years 2 days ago #16706 by Alex

Stealthy Ninja wrote:

Alex wrote:

Stealthy Ninja wrote:

Alex wrote:

Stealthy Ninja wrote:

Alex wrote: Korean food


Spicy much?


There was one fish dish that has some spice, other than that it was sushi, 10 course meal, so stuffed!

You eat much spicy?


Korean's love spicy food. My Korean brother-in-law will add chilli sauce to everything, EVERYTHING, including chilli.

I think Korean "sushi" isn't sushi... but I know what you mean. ;)

I don't mind a little spice now and then.


Yeah it wasn't the best sushi that I've had, but it was pretty good. They had sea snails, which I've never had before. Interesting, you have a toothpick you poke and grab them out of their shell. Tasted like clams to me.


I like Korean BBQ that's cooked in the middle of the table, that's pretty awesome.


Awww yeah, good stuff. There is a Japanese place around the corner that specializes in beefs, cooked in the same manor with grill in center of the table. So good!

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11 years 1 day ago #16727 by photobod
In the UK Japanese food is very popular, theres one chain called tepenyaki, you sit around the cooking area and watch the chef as he does lots of tricks as well as cooking, he also gets people to join in which can be hilarious, they do meat platters and fish platters very tasty, they go crazy on the garlic and the hot spices, totally yummy

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11 years 1 day ago #16916 by Scotty
About to go get some Thai.

When the last candle has been blown out
and the last glass of champagne has been drunk
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11 years 1 day ago #16920 by Alex

Scotty wrote: About to go get some Thai.


Good stuff, and great idea!

Spicy beef salad sounds pretty good right about now.

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11 years 1 day ago #17010 by fitz
Pancit and lumpia from my favorite Filipino restaurant.


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11 years 1 day ago - 11 years 1 day ago #17072 by Stealthy Ninja

photobod wrote: In the UK Japanese food is very popular, theres one chain called tepenyaki, you sit around the cooking area and watch the chef as he does lots of tricks as well as cooking, he also gets people to join in which can be hilarious, they do meat platters and fish platters very tasty, they go crazy on the garlic and the hot spices, totally yummy


Yes TEPENYAKI is actually the name of that style of cooking (though I don't doubt it could be the name of a restaurant chain in the UK).

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Teppanyaki

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11 years 1 day ago #17315 by Dave Burburry
Fried chicken and mashed potatoes.


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11 years 1 day ago #17316 by Stealthy Ninja
I totally forgot I had a Redbull in my bag.

About to drink it FTW!

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