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What do you use to eat this? Your hand, a fork, a spoon, a knife, chopsticks, or something else?


#61

Haha-ha! I know right, but I break out the :fork_and_knife: knife, and fork skills in those situations :laughing::smile:


#62

I love okra but had such a hard time cooking it and getting it to come out how I liked until I found this recipe: Bhindi Masala

Now I use her dry-frying method either as written or with other flavor profiles (for example, I’ll dry fry it and then mix with lao gan ma sauce at the end if I’m making it as a Chinese food side). Always comes out great and not mushy/slimey!


#63

You either love um or you hate them - I LOVE THEM - and eat with your hands! You find roadside stands with cajun or plain! And the juice is YUMMY!


#64

Never boil my peanuts!!! :laughing::joy:
Roast them please :peanuts: !! :joy::laughing::joy:
:peanuts::fire:Roast them nuts please! :peanuts::fire:
These I eat with my hands! :yum:


#65

It would be probably different in a sports bar or Hooters :rofl::rofl::rofl::joy:


#66

I usually just use my mouth :yum: :sweat_smile:


#67

Hilarious :smile::laughing::laughing::laughing::joy:
Very skilled :joy: and where did you learn such skills? Rhetorically speaking.


#68

Chopstick Etiquette:
:kr: Korea
https://www.etiquettescholar.com/dining_etiquette/table-etiquette/pacific_dinner_etiquette/south_korean.html

:cn: China

:vietnam: Vietnam

:jp: Japan
https://www.andiamo.co.uk/blog/8-rules-for-japanese-chopstick-etiquette/


#69

:us::fork_and_knife: Knife, and Fork Etiquette :fork_and_knife::uk:


US vs. Europe


#70

It’s looking yummy
We here prepare it as a curry and eat that with rice


#71

1000% true :drooling_face::drooling_face::drooling_face:


#72

Idli sambar with chopsticks seriously I’m rolling on the floor here.


#73

I could have that for brunch! :smile:


#74

I use hand to eat it even when I eat at a restaurant.i love food and enjoy it to the fullest only when I use my hand.


#75

I love boiled ones!
Okay I love every food hahahha


#76

Nope! Not me! :woozy_face:


#77

Name : pulihora
This seems to be identical to what @vivi_1485 posted but it is different . Poha is made from puffed rice and pulihora is made with normal cooked rice. Even though I can eat it with spoon I prefer hand and I believe that food tastes delicious when we feel it with hand first and eat it.

Funfact: here in our state people changed the meaning of pulihora and uses it to refer guys who flirt with girls.
" Hey he is mixing pulihora" means he is flirting.
And recent meme came out that in nevertheless episode 2 song Kang mixes it :rofl::rofl::joy::joy:


#78

https://www.instagram.com/reel/CI5lwnVpYeX/?utm_medium=copy_link
Here is another one


#79

Ha! Hahahahaaa! So instant, immediately, he replies, so quickly :smile::rofl: to both questions. Too funny :blush::smile:


#80

I fyou are gonna go savory with grits . . . Gotta have SRIMP! Gotta have Velveeta! Gotta have butter, butter, butter!

If you’re going to go sweet–more butter with golden syrup or Mrs. Butterworth. That’s how my Nana made grits. With bacon and scrambled eggs.

Runny egg? As in poached? Totally acceptable.

Um, how many bacons?

And is it good bacon from the best bacon seeds???

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