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"I did not hesitate to answer this difficult question". And yes, the dish, common to all countries in the world. Vegetables, fish, meat, noodles, onions, fruit, cabbage, even pebbles, namely:
Soup !!!!!!! Universal dish, which is consumed at any time of the day, all year round. Dish loaded with childhood memories, soup of yesteryear appreciated by our elders...
May 16, 2022
List the countries I know or visit in no particular order.
Singapore: Chicken Rice!
Malaysia: Nasi Lemak
Thai: Mango Sticky Rice
China: Small Basket
Czech Republic: Branbolak
India: Chicken Tikka Masala
Netherlands: French fries and Mayooooo
USA: New York Cheese Cake
UK: Fish and Chips :)
Hong Kong: Egg Waffle
Taiwan: (but no food) Bubble Tea
May 18, 2022
In the countries, I know, and for my personal tastes, what best represents Vietnam is pho (sorry, I don't have Vietnamese diacritics on my keyboard):
In Thailand, my preference is tom yum:
In Cambodia, I have a weakness for amok trey (fish curry):
This one, I cooked it myself, which explains the somewhat odd appearance.
And in Taiwan, the world-famous 牛肉面 (beef and noodle broth):
Bahamas: Cracked conch
Barbados: Cou cou and flying fish
Bhutan: Ema datshi
Cambodia: Fish amok
Colombia: Bandeja paisa
Comoros: Langouste à la Vanille
Cuba: Ropa vieja
El Salvador: Pupusa
Equatorial Guinea: Succotash
Ethiopia: Doro wat
China: White rice
UK: Spotted dick*
Taiwan: Bubble milk tea
Canada: Maple syrup
Greece: Olive oil
Sweden: IKEA meatballs
Pakistan : Biryani
India: Pani puri
Sri lanka: Kottu roti
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I'm not going to answer the question exactly, but I'm just going to show the difference in gastronomy between the different countries of the world by showing you images from the "Hungry Planet" exhibition, whose members show what they eat by week: