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This is a discussion on Post foods from where you're from! within the Travel & Local Interests forums, part of the General Chat category; Hey, cheers to another Canadian in the house! Would gladly share my poutine and Timbits with you....

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    Hey, cheers to another Canadian in the house!

    Would gladly share my poutine and Timbits with you.
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    As far as I know, we haven't invented much of our own food, we just have adopted a lot of food from other cultures. However, of the ones we have invented these are quite popular: Lamingtons, fairy bread, ANZAC biscuits and dim sims. I should mention damper as it is quite traditional. Its just wheat mixed with water, but I think the catch is it was cooked under the ashes of a campfire.

    Dim sims were invented by a Chinese-Australian man way back in the day; and are common for a snack from petrol stations etc. Its usually deep fried but I think they're way better steamed. ANZAC biscuits were made from a concoction of using what ingredients was available during WWI. Hence the name ANZAC biscuits, because wives used to send them to their husbands fighting in the war.

    It is currently debated whether the pavalova is from New Zealand or Australia.

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    Mämmi - looks and tastes like shit. It exists only so we can force-feed it to foreigners and fap to their reactions.



    Salmiakki - may look suspicious but is enough reason for Finns to continue living (with blood pressure problems).


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    Dragon bowl

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    That yellow stuff isn't hollandaise...it's a vegan cheese sauce that is to die for on those spicy taters right there.

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    There's an entire mushroom culture here, and all varieties are edible except two.

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    Duh.

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    It might sound weird but the yellow one is great on a local bagel with tofu cream cheese, red onion, and lots of capers.
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    Here's a favourite that's available from most hotel menus in Australia ...

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    It's a chicken parmiagana. Alec Baldwin described it as a chicken schnitzel with a pizza on it.
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    Here 4 popular Iranian foods:

    Baghali polo


    Zereshk polo ba morgh


    Chelo kebab :)


    Ghrome sabzi
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rong Wong View Post
    Here's a favourite that's available from most hotel menus in Australia ...

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    It's a chicken parmiagana. Alec Baldwin described it as a chicken schnitzel with a pizza on it.
    I have not tasted a better chicken parm than the ones in Australia. Lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by FeliciteM View Post
    I have not tasted a better chicken parm than the ones in Australia. Lol
    That's nice to hear.

    The trick is to make your own schnitzels from scratch. Store bought ones are too thin and dry. :)
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    Quote Originally Posted by FeliciteM View Post
    I have not tasted a better chicken parm than the ones in Australia. Lol
    You'll find it on any pub menu too. But maybe that's what rong meant since pubs/motels are like one place sometimes, especially in the county towns. They're like inns. Also since we're close to Asia and have many immigrants you can expect to find a lot of Asian restaurants also Greek and Italian. And lots of kebab shops and Middle Eastern bakeries, oh and Indian. We don't really have much American or Canadian style restaurants (besides Americanised fast food places like Pizza Hut, McDonald's etc.) I mean places that serve like American ribs or mac n cheese etc.

    Speaking of macaroni, I think my family cooks it different compared to most people. We use onion, bacon, capsicum, sometimes celery, mushrooms, chilli... cook that up and make the cheese sauce, and just mix it together. We use kraft cheese or just the normal cheese you buy in the shop which is quite different to the American orange cheddar. The other night when I made cheese sauce I put different cheeses in it and some mustard powder and herbs etc, it was awesome. For cauliflower cheese.
    Last edited by Eroticarmin; 03-28-2019 at 09:19 PM.
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