Discussion in 'The Howard Stern Show' started by bennymuso, Apr 8, 2016.
Every country has something good. I like variety.
As they said during the Newlywed game. Hawaii...
Being that the foundation of Italian cooking, Pasta, came from China. I'll go with China.
France is widely considered the best. I choose American because it encompasses so much great and varied food.
I like weird and seafood, preferably together-
Thai, Sri Lanka, NW Indian, Vietnamese and western Mexican.
The United States, cause it has all of them.
4 person dish is like $5
Ill say the U.S. but i havent been to any other countries with great food.
Italy has the best seafood dishes.
The states by far and it isn't close....
Italy gets my vote too.
I'll go with US like the one gentleman said we have it all.
Everything is pretty global these days. But for fresh bread Europe. Everything else, Murica.
I can't speak for every country but I went to a restaurant in Spain that was in an old castle on top of a mountain. I had a steak from a cow that was raised free roaming on the mountain. No hormones or preservatives. It was the best meal I've ever eaten in my life and I'm not even a big fan of steak.
Over there they tend to eat local food from the region, ie if they live near the sea they eat local fresh seafood, if they live in the country they eat from local farms etc. The food is so fresh and good. I think a lot of Europe is like that.
I have been to over 50 countries in my life and my ranking is this:
1. USA: For the reasons people have already posted, we have the best variety, but also because we do steaks better than anyone, anywhere.
2. Italy: The best of one style of cooking, hands down. The way they eat is also so awesome, course after course, all amazing.
3. Turkey: Meddateranian cooking, Lots of grilled chicken, fresh salads, olive oil, amazing flavors. Baklava is so damn good too.
Lots of other great food, but this would be my top 3.
Italy, France, and Japan.
My two favorite places in the world to eat are Italy & Singapore.