Give reviews and locations of different restaurants and the foods and drinks from around the world. Also share recipes or cooking and brewing techniques of different foods, wine, beer etc.
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For me it was beef adobo from the Philippines. That was some of the best eating that I ever experienced.
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Camel meat hands down. It is a delicacy from Ethiopia and I'm totally in love with it.
Chinese food is part of our culture so maybe I have to consider Lamb Biryani as the first foreign dish that I really liked. It was in Ebeneezer Middle East Restaurant in Hongkong that I tasted that dish and I never fail to eat that whenever I would go to Hongkong. The rice is long grain and delicious even with the spices.
I think it was Pizza. I was 5, or 6 years old when my father took me to a restaurant to eat pizza. I thought it was an American dish because in the Hollywood movies I saw Americans eating Pizza for lunch as well as for dinner, they ate pizza whenever they wanted. I did not know pizza was an Italian dish until I was in college.
I have had some pretty delicious Indian foods but I can't recall the names. I don't have that much experience when it comes to foreign cuisines.
Well, I'm guessing that it's spaghetti, since you said "first". I think that it is indeed the first foreign dish that I've tasted.
I like pork adobo with rice better. When I first had it it was amazing. Especially with a cold glass of Redhorse beer haha.
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