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Q: What is the first thing you eat when you get back to your home country after leaving China?

9 years 6 weeks ago in  Food  - Chengdu

 
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Mexican or just some southern style food (fried chicken, dumplins, meatloaf, biscuts and gravy)

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Real BBQ outside with great salads.

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After a year in China, I came back on Christmas Day, when everything was closed.  So, ironically, on my first day back my family and I went to a Chinese buffet since that was the only thing open.

I said xie xie to the waiter, who sheepishly replied with your welcome in English.

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First would be a real NY style thin crust pizza! Secondly -..a nice (grilled!) thick cut rib-eye steak..

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Grandy's Chicken Fried Steak or Texas size steak with extra gravy and Jack N the Box Cheesecake

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I go to White Spot for a BC Chicken Burger (or a wild salmon burger) with a REAL Caesar salad and a Kokanee (or 3).

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Usually it is real, honest to goodness buffalo wings and a side of curly fries with paprika. Then, for dessert, some hot apple pie with vanilla ice cream. Simple food, but really, really good.

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IN-N-OUT cheeseburger.  Gonna have one in a couple of weeks.

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kung pow chicken

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enchiladas con queso

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Arroz con Habichuelas!!!!yes

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