actually no, the way im comparing both is that our meat is baked slowly, so it doesnt burn outside but still cooks inside while keeping its juice. in the other hand, the one in texas is made in like 2 minutes (idk), so it creates like a coal coat and is still raw, which makes it hard and dry (also very unhealthy)
the main example i can give is our 12-hour ribs. they are prob the best way to prepare meat that exists
Yea and I have been to many European countries none of them has a cuisine (in general) as good as Asia. Of course there are still some great dishes but overall Asia is miles off (street food, main cuisine, dessert, etc.)
I love Georgia, very hospitable and kind people. Cuisine is REALLY NICE if you like unhealthy meals (they are pro in: dishes with flour like Khachapuri, Khinkali etc AND with meat dishesh like chicken meals, 'shashlik'. Real pros in 'shashlik')
If you like healthy dishesh I suggest Japan ^^
It's really nice country to visit and cheap (for now for us EU people). I was literally invited to big dinner by random people and they paid for everything and refused when I asked to pay (and I asked many times they would be literally angry if I paid)
Beatiful nature with sea, mountains, good cities etc
+1 some Polish dishes are probably one of the best posthangover ones. Gotta love these pierogis and kielbasas. Georigan food also popular in Poland since we like each other and some georgian immigrants brought it here. Great picks!
Indonesian food 100%
Not saying it just cause Im indonesian, but damn our food is so good yet off the radar on most parts of the world. List of Indonesia foods you should try :
1. Nasi goreng (indo fried rice)
2. Rendang (indo slow cooked beef)
3. Martabak bulan (indo pancake desert)
4. Bakso (indo meatballs soup)
5. Bakmie ayam (indo dry chicken noodles)
6. Indomie (indo instant ramen)
7. Soto (indo stew)
8. Sambal (indo chilli sauce)
9. Ayam goreng (indo fried chicken)
10. Sate ayam (indo chicken skewers)
Theres a lot more but for starters here are the most common ones
I would say new nordic is the healthiest food around. It's balanced and you can taste the ingredients and not kill every original taste with spices.
But (very) spiced food from eg some parts of India, North Africa and South East Asia is very nice sometimes as well.
Not a spin. You can overpower the taste with spices, eg meat, fish and vegetables. When you have eaten it for a little while with minimum of seasoning, the taste of the vegetables and meat in itself is so delicious - especially when you eat them in season.
But if you make a dish like a stew for example, the taste should be rich with spices, herbs and flavours. Could be Boeuf Bourguignon (yes plz, Official_HLTV_Chef) - and making that bland is a sin!
Variation and healthy is key for me.