While I am a picky eater, when it comes to varied cuisines, it doesn't really matter much to me, I like all styles of food. Unlike Titan, I enjoy quite a bit of Japanese food. I will say that I'm not too fond of Levantine cuisine. One of my close friends that I've grown up with is part Lebanese, so I've had my fair share of tabbouleh and lentil soup at their house, and I've never really cared for it.
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Ooh, this is tough!! I don't so much have a certain type that I like more than others, so much as dishes from various types that are my faves....I love teriyaki (Japanese), chicken with broccoli (Chinese), chicken chimichangas and the chicken enchiladas I make (Mexican), etc.
My least favorite would be seafood. Its mostly the smell and texture that bother me.
Mexican and Chinese are my favorites because I can get so much food for a really low cost. I know it's not very authentic, but fast food Mexican and Chinese restaurants just bring me joy whenever I go to them. I'm also keen to standard American dives.
I'm generally pretty open as far as food goes, though there are some types of food (not restricted to any particular culture) that I just can't bear to eat, though those are few and far between.
I find it exceedingly difficult to choose one cuisine as my favorite. There are so many amazing cultures throughout the world, and food is an incredibly important element in all of them. That being said, I would have to say that authentic Cajun food is nearly unbeatable. The flavor in a dish like gumbo is absolutely outstanding, and as a whole I love the French influence and the huge variety of dishes that fall under Cajun cuisine.
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This is a hard question since I like a lot of different foods, but I think Mexican food would be my most favorite. I refuse to eat raw fish, so sushi is out of the question. Of course, fish is my and my husband's least favorite with the exception of the Alaskan fried fish from Red Robin, and the tuna salad we make when we're in the mood for it.