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On 31.10.2017 at 11:26, iwant1btc said:

I'm big fun of Kebab

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On 01.11.2017 at 07:55, PARANORMAL said:

This is called a shish kebab it is very delicious :)

 

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I love kebab

kebab my favorite food:x

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I eat pretty much everything, from european food to asian, pastries to insects or other weird animals (but no balut, no balut, no balut). And didn't found a lot of things i don't like until there.

But one thing who came in mind right now is the "Nikkei" food. It's a mix between the classic japanese food (sushis, sashimi, ...) and the peruvian one. The mix of flavors between both is just perfect if you ask me.

History : 'Nikkei' literally means a Japanese person born outside Japan, yet it has come to encapsulate not just the people, but the food that Japanese emigrants and their children cooked – first in Peru, then Brazil and Argentina – in the late 19th century and throughout the 20th.

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And I had to say i'm a little addicted to a pastry : Tarte Citron Meringuée (lemon meringue pie)

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On 1/11/2017 at 00:46, Partyboy04 said:

food1.jpg.2fdcfc7920e004b6842cbd8a42dfb057.jpgthis is BALOT its not so delicious but when u visit philippines you must try it :D ahaha

wtf? that is an egg?

 

On 2/11/2017 at 15:56, Kargai said:

I eat pretty much everything, from european food to asian, pastries to insects or other weird animals (but no balut, no balut, no balut). And didn't found a lot of things i don't like until there.

But one thing who came in mind right now is the "Nikkei" food. It's a mix between the classic japanese food (sushis, sashimi, ...) and the peruvian one. The mix of flavors between both is just perfect if you ask me.

History : 'Nikkei' literally means a Japanese person born outside Japan, yet it has come to encapsulate not just the people, but the food that Japanese emigrants and their children cooked – first in Peru, then Brazil and Argentina – in the late 19th century and throughout the 20th.

Califonia-spicy-saumon-705x435.jpg

Cuisine-p%C3%A9ruvienne-705x435.jpg

55ded6a17d8f8.jpeg

delices-mag-cuisine-nikkei-japon-nippo-p

 

And I had to say i'm a little addicted to a pastry : Tarte Citron Meringuée (lemon meringue pie)

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you are simply right kargai, i taste it her in my city in a peru fusion restaurant, is oone of the most delicious things i ever had.

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