Food For Thought – Top 100 Delicious Homemade Cuisine From All over the World

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Food For Thought – Top 100 Delicious Homemade Cuisine From All over the World

Who doesn’t remember their favourite food from home when they were growing up? That delicious taste stays with us forever. We can move all over the World, but the thought of our favourite home-cooked meals always make us happy.

In this blog, We are going to post Pictures, Recipes, Videos, Stories about Home cooked Meals from all over the World.

1- Homemade Charcoal Barbecued Vegi Skewer Canada

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2- Homemade Ginger glazed Vegi mix + Baked Salmon + Rice : Canada

Food For Thought - Top 100 Delicious Homemade Cuisine From All over the World

3- Homemade Pumpkin Gnocchi with a spinach & mushroom cream sauce

Food For Thought - Top 100 Delicious Homemade Cuisine From All over the World
[Homemade] Pumpkin Gnocchi with a spinach & mushroom cream sauce

4- Homemade Tomato Ricotta pasta with Pancetta from r/food

Food For Thought - Top 100 Delicious Homemade Cuisine From All over the World
Food For Thought - Top 100 Delicious Homemade Cuisine From All over the World

Recipe/ingredients: 400g quality pasta, 800g passata tomato, 150g Parmigiano Reggiano, 300g premium pancetta, 250g Ricotta cheese, 1/2 onion, fresh basil, black pepper, extra virgin olive oil. Step by Step cooking process here

5- Homemade Butter Garlic Squid Ink Pasta

Food For Thought - Top 100 Delicious Homemade Cuisine From All over the World
Butter Garlic Squid Ink Pasta

Butter garlic squid ink pasta w/ caramelized onion and oven roasted carrot flowers.

Garnished with spinach, microgreens, a tortilla ghost, tortilla moon and stars, and hemp seed stars.

This dish is 100% edible, including the ghost and flowers.

The ghost is made from tortilla and is hand painted using Chefmaster’s natural plant-based food dye. Source: r/food

6- Mapple Pecan Croissant – Canada

Food For Thought - Top 100 Delicious Homemade Cuisine From All over the World
Mapple Pecan Croissant – Canada

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7- Pro/Chef “Raspbaby Yoda” Raspberry Pie

Food For Thought - Top 100 Delicious Homemade Cuisine From All over the World
“Raspbaby Yoda” Raspberry Pie

8- Homemade Blackberry-Lemon Cheesecake

Food For Thought - Top 100 Delicious Homemade Cuisine From All over the World
Blackberry-Lemon Cheesecake

8- Homemade Homer Simpson Cake

[Homemade] Homer Simpson Cake

9- Homemade Crunchwrap Supreme

Homemade Crunchwrap Supreme
[Homemade] Crunchwrap Supreme

10- Homemade focaccia

Homemade Focaccia
[homemade] I made a focaccia

11- Homemade Chicken Tikka Masala with homemade Garlic Naan

Garlic Naan Homemade
Chicken Tikka Masala with homemade Garlic Naan

12- Soufflé Pancakes with Soft Serve Ice Cream

Soufflé Pancakes with Soft Serve Ice Cream
Soufflé Pancakes with Soft Serve Ice Cream

12- Homemade Tonkotsu Ramen with Chashu Pork

Homemade Tonkotsu Ramen with Chashu Pork
Tonkotsu Ramen with Chashu Pork

13- Homemade Steak Fajitas

Homemade Steak Fajitas
Homemade Steak Fajitas

14- Homemade English breakfast.

Homemade English breakfast

15- Homemade Fried Chicken Sandwich

Homemade Fried Chicken Sandwich

16- Homemade Pepperoni Pizza

Pepperoni Pizza

17- Homemade Chicken Parmigiana

Homemade Chicken Parmigiana

18- Homemade Brownies

[Homemade] Brownies

19- Homemade Bacon Cheeseburger

[Homemade] Bacon Cheeseburger

20- Homemade Butter chicken with garlic naan

[Homemade] Butter chicken with garlic naan

21- Homemade Spicy Miso Ramen with Duck

Homemade Spicy Miso Ramen with Duck

22- Homemade Indian chicken curry with naan and cilantro mint chutney

Homemade Indian chicken curry with naan and cilantro mint chutney

23- Homemade Fresh Tagliatelle, Butter Poached Lobster, Morel-Lobster Cream Sauce r/food - [Homemade] Fresh Tagliatelle, Butter Poached Lobster, Morel-Lobster Cream Sauce

24- Homemade Rainbow Fruit Tart r/food - [homemade] Rainbow Fruit Tart

25- Homemade Seared Ahi Tuna Steaks r/food - [homemade] Seared Ahi Tuna Steaks

26- Homemade Baklava r/food - [Homemade] Baklava

27- Homemade Ramen

r/food - [Homemade] Ramen

28- Homemade Stir fried udon Homemade Stir fried udon

29- Homemade Oven-roasted Turkey, Bacon, Pesto, Gouda & Muenster Grilled Cheese w/ Tomato Basil Soup

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30- Homemade Buffalo Hot Wings

r/food - [Homemade] Buffalo Hot Wings

31- Garlic Knot Pizza

r/food - [I ate] Garlic Knot Pizza

32- Homemade  big BBQ Platter

r/food - [Homemade] A big BBQ Platter

32- Homemade Nashville Hot Chicken Sandwich

[Homemade] Nashville Hot Chicken Sandwich
[Homemade] Nashville Hot Chicken Sandwich

33- Homemade Crispy potatoes with rosemary and garlic butter.

Homemade] Crispy potatoes with rosemary and garlic butter.
Crispy potatoes with rosemary and garlic butter.

34- Homemade Chicken Katsu Curry

[Homemade] Chicken Katsu Curry
Chicken Katsu Curry

35- Homemade Lemon and Garlic Pasta with Sea Scallops

r/food - [Homemade] Lemon and Garlic Pasta with Sea Scallops
Lemon and Garlic Pasta with Sea Scallops

36- Homemade Chicken Alfredo

r/food - [homemade] Chicken Alfredo

37- Homemade Spaghetti & Meatballs with Garlic Bread

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38 – Homemade Ratatouille

r/food - [Homemade] Ratatouille
Homemade Ratatouille

39- Homemade lamb shank with peas, mash and port gravy

[Homemade] lamb shank with peas, mash and port gravy
Homemade lamb shank with peas, mash and port gravy

40- Homemade Spaghetti and Meatballs

[homemade] Spaghetti and Meatballs
Homemade Spaghetti and Meatballs

Source: r/food

[Homemade] – Food you made. This includes food made from scratch, or food assembled from pre-made ingredients.

[Pro/Chef] – You work in a food-related industry and made it. Chefs, pastry chefs, bakers, butcher, sous chef, and food photographers all fit into this category.

[I ate] – You went to a place and most likely exchanged money to eat this. This tag includes restaurants, food trucks, etc.

Pure Food and Wine:

Everyone knows that food is important. It’s one of the basic necessities of life, after all. But what exactly is “food”? It’s not just the stuff that you buy at the grocery store or order at a restaurant. It’s also the meals that you eat at home, and even the snacks that you enjoy between meals. In short, food is anything that you eat or drink to nourish your body.

But not all food is created equal. Some foods are better for you than others, and some are even downright bad for your health. That’s why it’s important to be choosy about what you eat. And one way to do that is to make sure that you’re eating pure food.


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So what exactly is pure food? Simply put, it’s food that has been made without the use of any artificial additives or chemicals. This means that pure food is free from pesticides, herbicides, growth hormones, and other harmful substances. It’s also usually organic, meaning that it was grown without the use of synthetic fertilizers or genetic engineering. In short, pure food is the kind of food that nature intended for us to eat.

If you’re looking for pure food, your best bet is to stick with homemade meals made from fresh, whole ingredients. But if you don’t have time to cook at home, there are plenty of restaurants and eateries that serve pure, healthy cuisine. Just make sure to do your research so that you can be sure you’re getting the real deal. After all, your health is worth it!

8 major food allergens:

Everyone has different dietary needs and restrictions. Some people are vegetarian, some people are kosher, and some people have food allergies. While it is possible to accommodate all of these diets, it can be difficult to keep track of everything. That’s why it’s important to know the top 8 major food allergens. This way, you can be sure that everyone will be able to enjoy your homemade cuisine or go out to eat without worry.

The top 8 major food allergens are: milk, eggs, peanuts, tree nuts, fish, shellfish, soy, and wheat. If you or someone you know has a food allergy, it is important to avoid these ingredients. However, that doesn’t mean that you have to miss out on all the fun. There are plenty of delicious recipes that don’t use any of these ingredients. So whether you’re cooking for yourself or for a group, you can rest assured that everyone will be able to enjoy your meal.

These eight items are responsible for the vast majority of serious allergic reactions in the United States. If you have a severe allergy to one of these foods, it’s important to be careful when eating out or consuming homemade meals. Some restaurants are better than others at accommodating allergies, but it’s always best to err on the side of caution. By being aware of the top eight major food allergens, you can help keep yourself safe and healthy.

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