Tell me what you want to eat without telling what you want to eat!

Tell me what you want to eat without telling what you want to eat!
I’ll go first

Which country made this food= Mauritius, not where it was made.
Describe= Everyone want to eat this and you even get this food in church.

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Hmm… :thinking: I don’t think I’ve ever heard of whatever food this is. But I’ll go next!

Country that made it: Mexico
Details: Many people eat it without meat, but it’s the way I prefer it. It’s cheesy and delicious (I usually eat it for dinner)

This is an easy one right here.

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Is that pizza lol? Sorry can’t guess!!

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Lol :joy:

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Which country made this food - Spain :es:
Describe - Fried-dough pastry with cinnamon sugar or chocolate spread or without anything.

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It’s actually nachos, but I do love pizza! Nachos recently become my favorite Saturday night snack/dinner! :yum:

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churro?
Which country first made this food/drink (we can do drinks right?)- The USA
Describe- creamy and sweet, and it can be lots of different colors

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Yesh girl! :clapping:
Is it a milkshake? :cup_with_straw:
Which country first made this food - France :fr:
Describe - Small round fluffy cookies that are stuck together with a soft filling. Available in different colors and flavors.

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Yes!
Macarons?
Which country made this- Belgium
describe- salty, usually crunchy, popular side item

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Yeah!
Fries?

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I guess I don’t have anything to respond to, so I’ll make a new thing.

What country first made this food? France :fr:
Description: Layered or diced vegetable stew. Has an animated movie named after it.

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ratatouille?
What country made this first- France (again)
Describe- fried breakfast pastry usually served with powdered sugar

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French toast…? 🤷🏽

Country that made this food: Belgium
Details: The (kind of) opposite of pancakes; delicious breakfast food

I made this one too easy :joy:

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Waffles!
Country it originated from: Brittany
Details: Thin like pancakes that can be filled with something sweet or savory

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Crêpes!

Originated from Hungary. Made with potatoes and bread crumbs on the outside, and often has fruit on the inside (such as plums); but can also have cottage cheese. Usually served with some sour cream and/or powdered sugar, and can be eaten for dinner or dessert.

@alanal5 Yes! Gombóc to be exact, and not the shape! :smiley:

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The one you replied is crepe for sure but I don’t know yours lol sorry :heart:

Plum Dumplings?

Origin: Europe
Description: Covered in various icings and sizes/shapes vary as well. Can be filled and are known to be kind of greasy/oily.

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Ice cream, i’m sorry I don’t know!

dinut

Donut

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