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    What food do you crave a lot but is hardest to get where you live?

    Title question.

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    Re: What food do you crave a lot but is hardest to get where you live?

    Quote Originally Posted by jv2.0 View Post
    I'm assuming you mean what food do I crave that might be in other countries or cities but honestly... I just crave this Mediterranean place down by the university that has the most amazing hummus and greek food. It's pretty far from where I live so I don't get to go as often as I'd like. I suppose if I lived right by the place I'd be broke.
    Falafel is amazing.

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    I can get anything I might desire with little difficulty. God bless the USA!

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    Quote Originally Posted by loveguys72 View Post
    I can get anything I might desire with little difficulty. God bless the USA!
    We live in LA, we have an unfair advantage over any other city but New York. There's still things tricky to find here though imho.

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    For example?

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    Re: What food do you crave a lot but is hardest to get where you live?

    碎牛粥 fine minced beef congee

    There's a place in HK which I always go to to get some and I think is better than all the other places I've tried it. Can't find it here in the UK, and I don't have a mincer that outputs mince as fine as vermicelli.


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    White Castle hamburgers and Taylor Ham, and great subs with a lot of meat in them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by loveguys72 View Post
    For example?
    I think honest to goodness good "American" buffets you can find in places like Vegas or the midwest are rare to nonexistent in LA... we have crap like Hometown Buffet which is just awful to me. Our Southern style places also pretty much always = "BBQ and pulled pork" without any of the other stuff. Hmm let's see. Oh yeah. NO TRUE DEEP DISH PIZZA. Anywhere. I've looked. I've tried. I've consulted with yelpers. They all say there was one really good place in Griffith Park and it closed down and that it just doesn't do well in the LA area because of the health consciousness. Granted deep dish isn't something I'd want to be eating once a week but I do get a really strong craving for it here and there and so many people don't know what real deep dish is from So Cal... they say stuff like "oh can't you get that at Dominoes" and I'm like are you kidding me?

    I'm sure there's others I'm forgetting at the moment.

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    Great question--for me it is really great Sushi made by a Master , yep there are sushi bars in Edinburgh but they are all very much
    alike when it comes down to the menu . .

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    Quote Originally Posted by medic1 View Post
    Great question--for me it is really great Sushi made by a Master , yep there are sushi bars in Edinburgh but they are all very much
    alike when it comes down to the menu . .
    Probably the hardest thing for me when travelling outside of California and outside of the U.S. both is that Japanese food = sushi 90% of the time. Sushi is so overdone in the non Japanese world. It's like a business dinner or New Year's thing in Japan. There's so much more Japanese cuisine than just sushi. Plus like you say, lots of what you can get isn't that great. Even here it's rather shocking how many sushi places have a Mexican or Korean "sushi chef."

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    Wendys. its about 55 miles from me, and I always see ads on TV for it. drives me nuts. We have 3 subways and 2 Burger Kings in my town, but no damn Wendys. wtf?

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    Freshly cut up and wrapped durian. You can indeed buy whole durians here, but I like them opened for me, and a few of the pods wrapped in some form of cling wrap to preserve their freshness. I've only seen this in SE Asia.

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    A good Nicaraguan churrasco or a good Cuban lechon asado.

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    Really good fried clams. Easy to find in New England/New York but San Francisco Bay Area...not so much.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jensu846 View Post
    Wendys. its about 55 miles from me, and I always see ads on TV for it. drives me nuts. We have 3 subways and 2 Burger Kings in my town, but no damn Wendys. wtf?
    You must be in the middle of nowhere if you don't have a Wendy's within 15 miles or less.
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    The best Indian food I've had in restaurants in the States would be unremarkable in India. I crave all the homey stuff and the local-style restaurants. Vaguely, Bengali most, then southern variety, then Mughlai. Sigh.

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    Ceviche de Conchas Negras.

    (It's an Ecuadorean 'raw fish soup', not the vaginal juices of some cow dung behoused Maasai woman).

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    Ever since my Chinese hag moved to PA, she used cook and sometimes take me out to Chinatown to get some legit (she's fluent in Cantonese so she could order off the "real" menu) Chinese food. Now, it's bastardized American Chinese food for me which okay but very inauthentic.

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    Good Mexican food. Hard to find in Asia (that is not unreasonably priced).

    I tried deep fried jalapenos stuffed with cream cheese once. It was an orgy of flavors in the mouth and the main whore getting all the flavors' dicks was my tongue.

    I'm a little hungry and horny now.

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    Foodwise, I can't think of anything that I wouldn't be able to get within a half-hour walk from my home if I wanted it. I live in a very 'ethnically-diverse' neighbourhood.

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    Re: What food do you crave a lot but is hardest to get where you live?

    Believe it or not, Dairy Queen.....

    Until about 6 months ago, we didn't have one in the Rochester area since the 1960s.

    When I was a child, there was a Dairy Queen (ice cream only) in the parking lot of the Lyell-Mt. Read Plaza.

    About 1970, it was sold to another local legend, Abbott's Frozen Custard.

    The only time I ever got Dairy Queen ice cream or hamburgers was when my family went on vacation to other places.

    Now, they have opened a DQ Sizzler in the suburb of Henrietta. Damn, it is good (and quite cheap too!) We are supposed to get another DQ Sizzler in the town of Greece.

    Another restaurant I often crave is A&W.

    Again, none in greater Rochester.

    I loved going to them in the Adirondacks, Ohio, and even in Canada!


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    A KFC, In my university town theres only one and its right in the middle of the city. I cant be bothered to go all the way in to get one, I wish it was nearer .

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    But the pamphlet said "authentic Mexican food". It's our fault for trusting the jpeg image of a sombrero and maracas on the menu.

    Plus I was drunk.

    American bar food trumps British bar food then. Everything they served was delicious.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jensu846 View Post
    Wendys. its about 55 miles from me, and I always see ads on TV for it. drives me nuts. We have 3 subways and 2 Burger Kings in my town, but no damn Wendys. wtf?
    Where I live, it's the same way with Sonic. I see ads for them all the time and while we hardly need another fast food place the drinks look cool. But whatever Sonics there are in LA, are nowhere near me. Never seen one. See the commercials though!

    Quote Originally Posted by RazorzEdge88 View Post
    Ever since I moved out to the middle of the sticks--where the hell do I start??

    Good sushi for one. The rainbow cookies from Wegmans. A proper burger and shake from a place like BGR.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ronboy View Post
    Believe it or not, Dairy Queen.....

    Until about 6 months ago, we didn't have one in the Rochester area since the 1960s.

    When I was a child, there was a Dairy Queen (ice cream only) in the parking lot of the Lyell-Mt. Read Plaza.

    About 1970, it was sold to another local legend, Abbott's Frozen Custard.

    The only time I ever got Dairy Queen ice cream or hamburgers was when my family went on vacation to other places.

    Now, they have opened a DQ Sizzler in the suburb of Henrietta. Damn, it is good (and quite cheap too!) We are supposed to get another DQ Sizzler in the town of Greece.

    Another restaurant I often crave is A&W.

    Again, none in greater Rochester.

    I loved going to them in the Adirondacks, Ohio, and even in Canada!
    I hear you. I had A&W while in Canada (I know it's in the midwest too because my relatives had mentioned it) and we don't have it here at all either, that I'm aware of anyway. It's really good, I can see why you crave it.

    Quote Originally Posted by Ram View Post
    But the pamphlet said "authentic Mexican food". It's our fault for trusting the jpeg image of a sombrero and maracas on the menu.
    lol.

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    I was going to say Sonic, but it seemed so common. The only time I get to have it is when I'm on vacation

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    Re: What food do you crave a lot but is hardest to get where you live?

    Crab cake from Ruby Tuesday! They're expensive (10 dollars for a small one) and they're in the opposite side of town.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GregKII View Post
    Crab cake from Ruby Tuesday! They're expensive (10 dollars for a small one) and they're in the opposite side of town.
    Do they have crab cake? They're like a 50's style burger diner place right?

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    I'd say watermelons from Central Asia, the sweetest I ever had.

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    I live in MS.. so...

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    jerk pork. for some reason, none of the jamaican restaurants serve it over here or for that matter, the tri state area. not even in brooklyn. don't know why that is especially when they serve jerk chicken.
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    OOh I remembered something else I miss

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    Tortiere, unheard of in Pittsburgh.

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    You are just being cruel.

    Oddly enough though, the first thing that came to mind was soft bellied clams.

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    Any Indian restaurant food - the closest is, I believe, 70 miles away. It's more than 250 miles to the REALLY good ones on Devon Avenue in Chicago, or 103 miles to a pretty good one in Fairfield, Iowa. There are probably other good ones I don't know about (Quad Cities, for example, 80 miles from here and I know almost NOTHING about what's there).

    Old-fashioned fried/homemade chicken.

    Genuine chicken fried steak.

    The breadsticks from a Middle Eastern grocery store in ANN ARBOR, Michigan. For that matter, the "sesame crunch" which is another Middle Eastern staple, but cannot be bought close to here at all. Sesame crunch is pretty common (at Middle Eastern stores), but the breadsticks are a particular brand I've never seen elsewhere.

    PARADIGM Deep Dark HAUTE FUGDE topping. (Made in Portland, and not sold outside the far Northwest. ALL chocolate toppings available in Macomb are pure crap full of HFCS and other garbage, and taste like crap.) At least they answered my email today and told me that I can have it shipped in.

    "Dulce de Leche" style [Argentina] caramel sauce. It tastes much better than any caramel you can buy that's American, and the ingredients are wholesome. American caramel is made out of such garbage that mixing poop into it would probably improve it.

    Some Korean junk snack food that I found in Dallas a couple years ago...I wish I had saved the wrapper because now I don't even remember what I need to look for.

    Lake perch or walleye. (Cold water lake fish which aren't available this side of Chicago, 250 miles from here.)

    Shopping at Zupan's in Portland.

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    Culver's!

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    Quote Originally Posted by frankfrank View Post
    "Dulce de Leche" style [Argentina] caramel sauce. It tastes much better than any caramel you can buy that's American, and the ingredients are wholesome. American caramel is made out of such garbage that mixing poop into it would probably improve it.
    This isn't the real thing, but it's such an easy facsimile it's worth doing.

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    Good chicken.. we don't have KFC in my country, and I've heard good things about Nando's too.. but needless to say, we don't have that either Oh, and it's not food.. but I do wish we had Starbucks here. I hate my country sometimes
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    Patty Melts like Walgreens used to serve at their lunch counters.

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    Louisiana Cajun/Creole. Anyone know where I can get this in the Boston area?

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    Good sushi. There are some pretty good sushi places here in Edmonton, but nowhere near as good as the places I used to frequent in Vancouver.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Falcon16 View Post
    Louisiana Cajun/Creole. Anyone know where I can get this in the Boston area?
    Now that you mention that, that's very hard to find in Los Angeles too.

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    Holy hell!! I can't believe how easy that is!

    I'll definitely have to try it. I don't have to look hard, AT ALL, to find condensed milk.

    But, geez, where am I gonna find the WATER to boil the can in?????????????????

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    Good chicken.. we don't have KFC in my country, and I've heard good things about Nando's too.. but needless to say, we don't have that either Oh, and it's not food.. but I do wish we had Starbucks here. I hate my country sometimes
    Well, don't "look at" KFC if you want *good* chicken, either. Just curious, what country are you in?

    In the USA, Popeye's Chicken beats the snot out of KFC...and, in Canada, Mary Brown's Chicken beats the snot out of both of those. Or at least is USED to when I had it eons ago. (A LOT of recipes, etc. can change in 28 & 1/2 years...)

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    http://www.williams-sonoma.com/produ...e-leche-sauce/
    Edit: And make sure it says "imported from on the label" and produced in Argentina. Also I had it in Ecuador and Colombia too, and it's just as good... it's actually even sweeter there.
    That's EXACTLY the stuff, same brand and all, that I look for! Yeah, it's pretty spendy, but it's damn worth it. It really does NOT cost any more (per weight) than many of the candy bars do - actually I think less.
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    I agree Popeye's is way better and far less greasy than KFC... but it's also harder to find. It's "around", just not as prevalent as KFC by far.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GiancarloC View Post
    I prefer woodfired chicken. Peruvian style. It blows away all fried chicken places.

    http://www.examiner.com/review/la-s-...-pollo-del-rey

    They have a picture of the chicken there. Really it's one I always try to get. Woodfired and it's not dry either... they do it just rest. Peruvian style is the best. For others in LA, that article mentions Zankou chicken... but out of the times I been to Zankou it was actually pretty disgusting.



    There were other brands. I really can't eat sugary stuff anymore... my stomach doesn't handle it well. But every now and then I do go to an Argentine restaurant and have a dulce de leche crepe they make.
    I agree with that as well about Peruvian chicken. I was commenting only about "fast food fried chicken" which certainly operates some incredibly low portion of the chicken totem. Also GianCarlo when are you going to give me the excellent Latino food guide to LA?

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    Tandoori (claypot?) Indian chicken is beyond delicious too.

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    ^I was corrected in post comment, the question mark was because I wasn't sure if Tandoori was the claypot style or not. My bad. I know for sure I've had both and both were good, though. Is chicken tika the claypot style?

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    A tikka is a cube, often of meat. It can be cooked in different ways, in a tandoor, on a barbecue, in a pot or smothered in a claypot.

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