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Cuisines which you like, but not all the time.

Chemicalkinetics | Nov 19, 201406:25 AM     6

Beach Chick's post got me thinking.
http://chowhound.chow.com/topics/995717

I could hardly think of a cuisine which I really do not like, but then it daunted on me that some cuisines I can eat on a regular basis, while others I only enjoy once awhile.

I can probably eat Italian, Japanese, Cantonese-Chinese, Mediterranean, Middle Eastern food on a regular basis -- as much as every single meal without skipping. For example, I can go to a Japanese restaurant and eat 3 meals a day, 7 days a week. I haven't done it, but I can.

While I enjoy Szechuan-Chinese food, I prefer not to have it more often than once a week, and definitely not more than twice a week. I also do not like to eat Jamaican, Mexican, Southern BBQ, Soul, Indian food...etc on a regular basis. Keep in mind that I am refer to restaurant food or recipes which resume restaurant foods.

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