What are you Eating/Drinking?

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Today was international day at school where every homeroom is a different country. The foods sampled were:
Indian curry - India
Maple syrup on pancakes - Canada
Edam cheese - Netherlands
Pizza - Italy
Tacos - Mexico

And the food unsampled:
Pickled fish - Finland
Some slop - Puerto Rico
Biltong* - South Africa

*I like jerky but I was stuffed at that point in the day.
 
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I have no idea where we left off since Friday.
Nerds gummies are awesome.
Sweet Tarts, meh.
Sweet new plate.
Upside down Club sandwich.
Center bread is called, club.
 
Ew… coriander. I got the soap thing.

I just decided that that Prosecco in the fridge had been there too long. And I’d run out of beer.

It’s ok. A bit dry. Doesn’t taste bad though.
 
Ew… coriander. I got the soap thing.

I just decided that that Prosecco in the fridge had been there too long. And I’d run out of beer.

It’s ok. A bit dry. Doesn’t taste bad though.
I’m the same as you. Soap doesn’t go with anything.
 
Its Cake day in Chinese restaurant(first time in my 33y):
  • deep fried pork in sweet and sour sauce
  • odd mushrooms(tastes like ear)
  • fresh cucumber salad with garlic
  • eggplants, fish in batter
  • chicken in orange sauce 😋
  • Idaho potatoes(great combo with chicken)
  • alcohol free mojito
  • odd blue tea
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Everything tastes good, but served in not most beautiful way. Can't say that I am in love with Chinese cuisine now, but its not bad at all.
 
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The traditional Memorial Day meal of my people (old bachelors with an Asian grocery store in their neighborhood): oyako donburi, Lay’s Imitation Roasted Artificial Chicken Wings Flavor potato chips, and a bottle of barley tea.
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@inCloud,
I’m not familiar with that. But it appears fermented and alcohol infused.
Is is similar to beer? It looks like a stout or porter.
Think about beer, but instead of hops, rye bread used. It's sweet,has <1% alcohol(early versions were 5%+). There áre fruit versions, similar to cidre.

Other than just drinking it we making cold soup(okroshka) with it - boiled egg and potatoes, fresh cucumber and herbs, boiled sausage.
 
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