Unacceptable cuisine balance bias

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Unacceptable cuisine balance bias

Postby Tiera » Fri 27 Nov 2015 08:30

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kiheerSEDMAN wrote:Only the French make good tasting food clearly.

Of the nations included in Red Dragon, only the French make good tasting food.

Before Save the Commonwealth-thread descends into bitter food fight, it is time to focus on the real issue here:
Eugen obviously balances Red Dragon based on the stereotypical views of the cuisine of each RD nation!
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Re: Unacceptable cuisine balance bias

Postby morpher » Fri 27 Nov 2015 09:47

Tiera wrote:Image
morpher wrote:
kiheerSEDMAN wrote:Only the French make good tasting food clearly.

Of the nations included in Red Dragon, only the French make good tasting food.

Before Save the Commonwealth-thread descends into bitter food fight, it is time to focus on the real issue here:
Eugen obviously balances Red Dragon based on the stereotypical views of the cuisine of each RD nation!


Yes, this is why commonwealth sucks. It pays for the sin of frying anything.

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Re: Unacceptable cuisine balance bias

Postby Mitchverr » Fri 27 Nov 2015 10:11

morpher wrote:Yes, this is why commonwealth sucks. It pays for the sin of frying anything.


God damn Scottish dragging us down again! Its not the threst of us, dont blame us for them! :lol:
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Re: Unacceptable cuisine balance bias

Postby Ripa' Moramee » Fri 27 Nov 2015 10:23

Tiera wrote:Image
morpher wrote:
kiheerSEDMAN wrote:Only the French make good tasting food clearly.

Of the nations included in Red Dragon, only the French make good tasting food.

Before Save the Commonwealth-thread descends into bitter food fight, it is time to focus on the real issue here:
Eugen obviously balances Red Dragon based on the stereotypical views of the cuisine of each RD nation!

Then how can the US be any good?
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Re: Unacceptable cuisine balance bias

Postby Darkmil » Fri 27 Nov 2015 10:27

I know this thread isn't serious yet I'd like to say something. The keypoint to having a good cuisine in the first place is having good products. If your meat is bland no matter how good a chef you are you'll have a hard time making it good.
And in France we have good products. Though it's the case in most country too. Maybe it's cheaper in France (or maybe the concept of "cépages" or the fact that a certain product can come from a specific place and that's matter is something only we get but I highly doubt that).
And Commonwealth food isn't that bad you got the Poutine, (which in French spells like Putin).
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Re: Unacceptable cuisine balance bias

Postby Crotou » Fri 27 Nov 2015 10:35

Italian, Vietnamese and French food are the Holy Trinity.
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Postby Grabbed_by_the_Spets » Fri 27 Nov 2015 10:37

Crotou wrote:Italian, Vietnamese and French food are the Holy Trinity.


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Re: Unacceptable cuisine balance bias

Postby Suriel » Fri 27 Nov 2015 11:02

Bow before your overlords and repent for your sins :lol:

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Re: Unacceptable cuisine balance bias

Postby morpher » Fri 27 Nov 2015 11:07

Darkmil wrote:I know this thread isn't serious yet I'd like to say something. The keypoint to having a good cuisine in the first place is having good products. If your meat is bland no matter how good a chef you are you'll have a hard time making it good.
And in France we have good products. Though it's the case in most country too. Maybe it's cheaper in France (or maybe the concept of "cépages" or the fact that a certain product can come from a specific place and that's matter is something only we get but I highly doubt that).
And Commonwealth food isn't that bad you got the Poutine, (which in French spells like Putin).


I don't think so, ingredients quality is not a requirement. Look at your Bouillabaisse, cheap fish that cooked with the right taste become great. Or the use of snails and frogs....
The most iconic dishes come from times of restriction.

One of the most astonishing example of this happened in Rome during the allies occupation in WW2. Using just what was available in high quantity, egg and becon from military rations, the inhabitants came of with the Carbonara.

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Re: Unacceptable cuisine balance bias

Postby morpher » Fri 27 Nov 2015 11:12

Ripa' Moramee wrote:Then how can the US be any good?


The infantry got hit hard http://edition.cnn.com/2015/04/21/opini ... erica-fat/. :lol: :lol: :lol:

What bother me is why USSR is so good.

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