Saturday, July 29, 2006

Abroad - more about food

Its all the same:


There are a remarkable number of countries, regions, cities, ethnic groups, tribes, societies and agglomerations of individuals who believe that their own national special dish is a unique, super special, individual, historic and soooo tasty you will never want to eat anything else again contribution to global cuisine.

These people are almost entirely the same as those who's national dish almost inevitably appears to be several pieces of chicken put on a skewer and chargrilled.

It also always comes with a bit of vaguely hot red sauce served on the side...and a crap salad.

"Georgian culinary experts are famous for various dishes cooked on skewer above burning coals" - from

I can say that there is hardly a man in my country that wouldn’t like shashlik, cause it is king of dishes of Azerbaijan cuisine.

The most common preparations are roasting and grilling, which produce the famous Turkish kebaps, including döner kebap, the national dish.

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