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originally posted by: bigfatfurrytexan
When i was in NYC i found this kosher Russian/Jewish place on Queens Blvd run by a family of the homeliest women I've ever seen . But oh dear Lord did they know what to do in their kitchen It was so good I went back the next 3 nights. The quick pickled veggies and kabobs were insane. So if there's such a thing as Kosher Russian....that.
Korean. My aunt was korean, and i fell in love with her cooking.
Churrascaria. When i feel i am ready to waddle anyway.
German. Spoetzl and schnitzel might be my favorite dish on the planet. Extra butter on the spoetzl, please.
originally posted by: searcherfortruth
American BBQ or steak or lobster, Italian lasagna, veal or pizza.
originally posted by: Martin75
Does southern American count?
Southern fried chicken, buttermilk mashed potatoes, and gravy on everything!
Heck let's talk breakfast: southern biscuits & gravy, fresh corned beef hash, hash browned potatoes.
Man, now I gotta go Cook!
originally posted by: TheAlleghenyGentleman
I'm going to say New American haute cuisine. I do feel that is kind of cheat answer since the boundaries are not clearly defined. But take for example Annisa in NYC or Kyirisan in Washington, DC.