Results for - Going The Same Place, But By Different Means
1,755 voters participated in this survey
1. It seems there are nearly as many ways to eat food as there are styles of cuisine throughout the globe. Which of these different dining styles particular to different ethnicities' native fare have you tried?
Eating Chinese, Mongolian and other Asian food with chopsticks
Scooping up and smearing Ethiopian and Somali food onto injera bread
Placing most everything else in a Mexican meal into tortillas to make tacos out of it (that's how I tend to eat Mexican, anyway)
Twirling spaghetti and other Italian pastas around a fork before putting it into your mouth
Taking morsels of meat and veggies off Mediterranean and Middle Eattern kenab skewers
Dipping pieces of fufu dumplings into soups and stews of West African and Carribean origin
Other (please specify)
2. Have you ever eaten one kind of ethnic cuisine in a manner more commonly associated with another kind of food (for examples, eating Italian food with chopsticks or serving Mexican victuals on and with injera)?
I am undecided
I only eat North American food with fork, knife, spoon, spork and/or my hands, so I can't relate to the question
3. If you're being served or making a meal of ethnic fusion cuisine, would you rather eat it in a way germane to at least one of the ethnic elements of that food (for example,:should Mexican-styled kabob served with tortillas and/or on skewers?)?
Yes, I'd insist on, or at least prefer, it.
No, I'm not fussy like that.
It would depend on the dish/es.
N.A- I'm not that much of a foodie to even consider eating such grub, so the question isn't pertinent to me.
4. How often do you eat food outside your origins?
Often as possible; cuisine is one of my favorite ways of experiencing other cultures
Not that often, mostly at the insistence of friends and/or family
You could say I'm culinarily xenophobic, and I'm Ok wth that.
11/23/2015 Food & Drink 1755 34 By: jlrake