foreign food how do you like it?

@zenki08 (700)
Philippines
January 28, 2011 5:34pm CST
I got to taste this food years ago from Saudi Arabia. At first I did not think that I would like it but to my surprise I did enjoy it. I'm the kind of person who rarely eat foo that are unknown to me especially if it's from a foreign land. But I do try it but not all the time. How about you how do you like your food?
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• Philippines
29 Jan 11
I worked in SA for a long time and I got used to it especially the khabsa, mandi rice, shawarma, felfellah, etc. etc. Mostly, they used spices in cooking their foods. Indians too, they emphasized spices every time they cooked their food. I liked paratha, mutton masala, chicken curry, etc.. It's good to tastes other foreign foods, I used to it and I liked it so much. Here in the Philippines, we cooked foods in a simple way and putting a little spices as much as possible. Other gourmet foods around the world are delicious too. Why not try it? The flexibility of your taste depends on your instinct and personality. There's no harm in trying other foods and new things that's new on our perception.
@zenki08 (700)
• Philippines
29 Jan 11
Indeed there is no harm in trying!
• China
28 Jan 11
No i don't like foreign food so much. Because after test the foreign food my country food is more delicious then other foods. There is one place called where so many country restaurant available. Actually the place is for foreigners. And almost i have tried maximum restaurant food but couldn't enjoy the food. So i don't like foreign food.
• Philippines
29 Jan 11
Most of the foreign food that i tried were okay, but there are some that i really don't like because it's so spicy etc.
• Philippines
30 Jan 11
I am a person who like to try things new, especially in food since my share of home cooking and fast food is starting to make my mouth craving for more. I did try some foreign food twice, courtesy of my friend who desires to be a great chef. I was impressed with the presentation and ate some. It took a short while to get accustomed to the new flavors but it ended good and well for my appetite and my stomach. I guess I could dabble into some foreign food once in a while. Home cooking still rules!
@zweeb82 (5725)
• Malaysia
29 Jan 11
Well, I for one am a food lover plus I'm the adventurous type so I'll definitely go for the kill? Haha!~From where I come from it's kind of a melting pot of many cultures so it's a food paradise. Our state is the most famous when it comes to food in our country. Plus it's renown worldwide as a heritage state
@SIMPLYD (76420)
• Philippines
29 Jan 11
I like foreign foods too , because i am a lover of foods. I have eaten foreign foods on those hotels and they do taste good too but to me, they still can't beat Filipino foods, maybe because i am a Filipino. But as to Arab foods , i haven't tasted any yet. Perhaps when we go to some posh restaurants where they serve foreign foods i will try one, if they have any. Have a nice day!
@stanley777 (7176)
• Philippines
29 Jan 11
I like to taste different kinds of food, some are tasty but some just don't appeal to me. Different countries have different taste in food. I love Philippine food since I'm a Filipino, I also like to eat some other Asian Foods though, but just a bit of Middle East food.
@mensab (4208)
• Philippines
29 Jan 11
i always like to try anything new especially food and places. well, since these are new to me, i am open to surprises. definitely, our tongues are used with our own food. arab food may taste strange to us, and the same with our food to them. however, our taste is changing. many foreign foods have found their place in our recipes and tables. now, we can get chinese, japanese, french, thai, vietnamese, korean food in various restaurants. and i am loving them all.