Not saying I'm not a burger person (in n' out regular here) but I cant imagine life without pizza. I like my slices neapolitan, cheese only please. How do you like yours, whether it be a burger or pizza?
I'm going to San Francisco for the first time over the weekend and need some recommendations in where to find some good eats (can you believe I've never been to SF when i live in L.A?) I am on a budget but I'm willing to splurge on one occasion while I'm there. Bring on the good stuff!
I have had pet dogs pretty much my entire life (in fact, I have one right now). Thus, I was determined to never try the Korean dish of dog stew though I am Korean myself. However, I found out recently from my dad that he and the rest of my family had secretly fed me dog stew when I was visiting Korea back in junior high. I remember this event clearly and know that my family told me we were going out to eat goat stew, not dogs. I also remember the dish being absolutely delicious and enjoying it very much.
A little shocked, but not passing out or anything. Actually kind of funny. However, When I told a non-Korean acquaintance of this event, she bashed me like I'm some barbaric savage eating other people's pets, not to mention insulting my culture. Personally, I would not choose to eat this dish again but I don't think its some de-humanizing crazy act.
So, what do you think? Will you ever be willing to try it? Am I some kind of a savage? Is there a difference between eating a dog or a chicken or a cow?
What are you craving right now, at this moment as you are reading through this question? Some ikura sushi for me. And a wedge of fresh watermelon. Strange, I know.
Gelato/sorbet/ice cream are my usual dessert of choice when eating out. What's yours? A fancy souffle or just some coffee? Perhaps a little after-dinner booze?
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