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Old June 24th, 2011, 10:28 PM
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What are your favorite cuisines ?

Mine: Mexican ,Spanish ,Italian

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Old June 25th, 2011, 12:07 AM
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My overall favorite is French. I love the sauces, purees, herbs and the techniques used for cooking meats and fish.

I actually like just about all types of foods but I would have to say that there are some Indian dishes and certain curries and desserts that I don't care for.

No matter what. I'll try just about anything. There is no such thing as "The yuck factor." As long as it isn't "contaminated" (uncleaned or poorly cleaned chitterlings) or I have no idea how long it's been hanging in the window, I'll eat it.

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We're both pretty adventurous when it comes to food but we really love Sushi. I can't count the number of times we've gone to the Sushi bar on Celebrity for "appetizers" with a plan to have dinner in the buffet-and never made it because we filled up on Sushi!
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Living in San Antonio, its gotta be mexican, or more specifically Tex-Mex. Good stuff, hard to call most of it 'cuisine' though.
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Got to be Indian for me, with a large immigrant population (if we are allowed to say immigrant) from Asia we have diverse "Indian" cuisine here. Even Michelin starred chefs.
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Old June 25th, 2011, 10:30 AM
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I don't really have a favorite cuisine but if possible when out or on a cruise I will get a seafood dish no matter the style of cooking as I love seafood and hubby not so much.
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Old June 25th, 2011, 12:48 PM
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For me all the Is - Indian or Italian and I can cook both as well Given my ancestry, some Irish as well.

I love especially the way Italians cook fish.

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Being that I am a native of Portugal, I like Portuguese food, but I like French and Italian as well.
I also like the way Greeks prepare lamb.

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My small town of 32,000 has restaurants of every ethnicity one can probably think of.
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I love seafood and DH loves steak and potatoes. Yet another reason to cruise ! We can each have what we want and it's included in the fare!

We both love Mexican and Italian.

Like Mike, neither of us is a fan of curry. We'll also pass on the sushi.
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