Vietnamese; of course --
Americana (Burgers, steak, green beans, Mac n cheese)
Hispanic (Burritos, tacos spicy rice, other weird stuff)
Italian (Pizza, stromboli, pasta, oh my!)
Vegan (Gross grass)
Far East (Chinese, sushi, rice, and weird leaves)
Fried Foods (Chicken, fries, waffles, fried oreos)
Seafood (fish, lobster, shrimp, crap)
Mediterranean (Pita, lamb, rice, goat?)
Anything as long as it has Vegimite cause I'm Aussie
German/Nordic/Slavic junk (No idea what it is)
"Breakfast" (Eggs, pastries, fruit, bacon)
Something else (Clarify in comments
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Long Island, New York food... Kaiser roll sandwiches, bagels with scallion cream cheese, enormous thin pizza, hole-in-the-wall sushi, Middle Eastern food trucks on the corner, hot dog stands on the sidewalks, palacsinte, challah and fish on Fridays, borscht, sweet gritty fluffy corn muffins toasted with butter, winter carrots in honey and brown sugar, sweet summer peaches in cream...
Bread, I mean this kind:
Cheese, for instance cheddar, Dubliner, brie, and this kind lol
Red wine, Merlot or Syrah perhaps, occasional soups with carrots, leeks, potatoes, and such-like.
To me that's the basic meal and it never disappoints me, it's what I miss when I travel, it's what makes me feel most grounded and at home. Plus it's the kind of thing that's not difficult to make yourself.
It feels like a style of food but I'm not sure what to call it.
I wanted an option that concentrated more on healthy eating without going all the way to vegan. I'm one of those who is mindful of protein, fat, carb ratios and attempts to eat at least half of my calories from fruits and vegetables.
In the end I went with Italian, though heh. I could have easily picked seafood, too.
As long as I don't have to give up my garden salads and veggies I'm good.
I chose other because half of the Americana stuff listed (and in general) is boring... but if I had to eat one style of food it'd probably be meat and potatoes, burgers and fries, with roasted veggies, green beans or salad on the side etc.
Indian. Was stranded on a uni campus, and they started denying me even seconds on their overpriced "buffet", so I lived on delivery, which was mostly Chinese for price, but I can say I understand Lister's obsession with chicken vindaloo, though I'd go with goat chettinad with dal makhani for breakfast. Only Indian within about 100 mi. that I've found too. Despite increasing Italian and Mexican, I grew up almost entirely on Granny's Southern, which wasn't grand, but beat Mother's overcooked/burned even blander version. Grits EVERYDAY. Nothing remotely Cajun or Creole around here, besides Bojangles, which the family avoided. STILL fucking eating grits EVERYDAY... Bloody flavor, dammit! And protein.
sadly i do due to a rare medical condition
To be fair to vegans, the best cake I have ever had in my life was a huge hunk of strawberry vegan cake. It was in the refrigerated case at a local vegetarian cafe. I tried it on a whim because it looked moist and had the kind of streaky pink icing where you can tell the color came from strawberries actually being mixed in. And you know what, that sucker was incredible. Nobody ever believes me. I barely even believe it myself. But I'll keep attesting to it - that fucking vegan cake blew my mind.