To Eat, obvs.
To Eat, obvs.
Indians can't bowl - Where has the rumour come from as I myself and many indian friends arwe competent fast bowlers ?
With the English bid I said: Let us be brief. If you give back the Falkland Islands, which belong to us, you will get my vote. They then became sad and left
The tone of the thread has now been sullied, after my exquisite, gossamer construction no less. Shame on you.
You missed out Sheep and Camel.
Would like to try venison.
I only eat Chicken and Goat.
Also, Is Venison dear meat? Hunting deer is illegal in India, so dont want to go to prison
Get well soon Yuvi!!
My personal preferences:
If you are talking about the best possible quality you can get, then beef. If it's what you'd find in the slightly above average place, I'd say lamb or duck (for duck I prefer a more French rather than Asian preparation, opposite for fish). Goat is good in indian food but OK in other cuisines. Pork I find more variable, and same with chicken and both depend more on how you cook them rather than intrinsic taste.
This is of course American. In Europe, there weren't really any excellent steaks that I found but the preparation of things like duck was definitely superior in europe. Chicken bettet over in europe too if you compare the top end European vs top end American. I'm not quite sure why. This is all my personal tastes of course.
Last edited by silentstriker; 27-02-2012 at 07:23 AM.
Had Beef Cheek at a French restaurant last night. Rather good I must say.
Not sure what my favourite is though. Generally any kind of roast dinner is worthy of many thumbs up.
For meat for its own sake, I'd say a steak, but for stews and curries I'll have lamb.
Chicken seems bland and pointless to me.
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Y no seafood?
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