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Favorite Ethnic Cuisine

What Was Your Favorite Ethnic Cuisine in 2011?

One of my favorite things about food is that we're able to dive into different cultures just by tasting new spices and flavor combinations. Food is such an integral element of society and culture and it's actually quite accessible for us, if we're willing to be somewhat adventurous. Even though the luxury of travel isn't always available, we are still able to experience the world with our taste buds! Now we want to know what your very favorite ethnic cuisine was this past year. Did you embrace the new food trends, like Scandinavian or Korean cuisine? Or did you stick with your tried and true favorites, like Mexican or Japanese food? Vote in our poll below!

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fuzzles fuzzles 5 years
Susannah, It's sooooo worth seeking out! I've been intent on trying their spicy Tibetan beef momos (dumplings) for a while, but the shrimp and cranberry curry always sways me back in the end as of late. I'll have to swing in this week and stick to my guns!
Susannah-Chen Susannah-Chen 5 years
Fuzzles, that sounds incredible and inspiring. I've never had Tibetan fusion, so I'm envious! Gabriela, if you ever make it up to San Francisco, my favorite Ethiopian restaurant is called Assab. Get the vegetarian combination and the kitfo; it's to die for!
fuzzles fuzzles 5 years
*kicks desk* They flagged me for approval because I sent two links! The first was a wiki link to Tibetan cuisine. The second, a link to my favorite Tibetan fusion restaurant. You can enter nhasangrestaurant(dot)com to take a look see at the delicious menu. The food is a mixture of the family's native Tibet, along with influences from Mongolia, Japan and Thailand. My favorite dish--shrimp cranberry curry. Yes, cranberry curry! A divine dish of shrimp, fresh mushrooms, onion, green scallions, Thia red curry, coconut milk, and of course, cranberries. To. Die. For.
fuzzles fuzzles 5 years
As I am not sure how to differentiate Tibetan cuisine from other Asian varieties, I'll send a couple of links! This is a link for a delicious nearby mom and pop place that has been introducing me to their incredible food. They are first generation from Tibet, and they mix their native cuisine with that of Mongolia, Japan, Vietnam and Thailand. My favorite--a cranberry curry dish. Yes, cranberry curry! You choose your meat, and the dish boasts fresh mushrooms, onion, green scallions, Thai red curry, and cranberries. To. Die. For.
Susannah-Chen Susannah-Chen 5 years
Fuzzles, what is that like?!
fuzzles fuzzles 5 years
Tibetan fusion. :feedme:
Susannah-Chen Susannah-Chen 5 years
I agree - I could live on Ethiopian for the rest of my life. My mouth is watering already just thinking about it!
Gabriela-Une-Vie-Saine Gabriela-Une-Vie-Saine 5 years
I voted for Indian, but Ethiopian was actually my favorite cuisine of the year. Injera is soooo delicious.
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