Although all kinds of food are good but you might be more inclined to (a) particular cuisine(s) like Mexican, Chinese, French, Italian, Japanese,
Indian, Mediterranean, British, American etc etc... there are many more!
What are your favorites?
I used to like Mexican food the best, anytime, but after living in Mexico for several years I am still looking for a good Mexican restaurant. It seems
the best Mexican food was made in Southern California. My Mexicana wife is now enthused about all kinds of gringo food.
It is almost impossible, at least very difficult and time-consumming to get her a visa to visit the US so I have taken her a few times on the
three-hour drive to Ajijic, Jalisco which is a little gringo community located at Lake Chapala. That is now her favorite place to go for vacation. She
is amazed there is a little town close by that is English-speaking and American food and culture, and where even the waiters speak English and the
menus are in both languages.
Although I have taken her to a couple nice steak houses there our favorites are the popular foods. There was a joke about after hamburgers then
chicken-fried steak was the most popular American menu item, so our last trip to Ajijic was in search of a good chicken-fried steak - which many
suggest is an oxymoron. I told her I was going to introduce her to gringo-style milenesa.
Various cream pies are a must when we visit Lake Chapala area as they are not available in most of Mexico, really good ones. Barbecued pork sandwiches
are right up near the top of the list as well. At home we make a lot of pizzas but Mexico has Domino's and Pizza Hut everywhere.
I had one Polish grandmother and one from northern Italy. I can't decide which food was better but they were both as good as it gets imo. I guess it
goes without saying that I ate pretty well growing up.
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