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Dear Abby Asked by Dear Abby
4/26/2022

My favorite meal from another country is:

58%
Asian WINNER

15

42%
European

5

58%
Asian

15 Comments
armenian meanie
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armenian meanie

Asia includes Armenia, more or less. Armenian food is my favorite.

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Suz Placey
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Suz Placey

I love Cantonese, since I moved to the country from the big city I don't get much Chinese cuisine.

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Donald Crocker, Jr.
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Donald Crocker, Jr.

I am half-way living off rice at this point. a cup of rice or half a cup of rice and half a cup of presoaked beans; 2 cups of water, random veggies; a chunk of meat such as a fish fillet or chicken leg quarter, all tossed in an instapot makes my usual daily meal

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David Enrique Ramirez
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David Enrique Ramirez

I enjoy Asian food, including, but not limited to: . . . Japanese Sushi/Sashimi, Chinese food, Korean food, Thai food, Vietnamese food, etc.

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HY C
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HY C

Asian foods are better.

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Castle Keeper
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Castle Keeper

Can't beat the spices and they know how to use them....

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Alex Ruiz
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Alex Ruiz

ione...i have traveled the world with the military and I have only met one person that didn't like Chinese or asian foods.... However, having been stationed in Germany... Knowing a lot of the foods can be a bit bland... Or we will say different... I feel Asian arouses more taste buds overall..

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Ry Kali
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Ry Kali

I enjoy (Italian) pasta, but when I go out to eat, I prefer Chinese.1

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Mike Utt
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Mike Utt

Chinese, Indian, Indonesian...

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rover6rover
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rover6rover

Indian. One of my all time favorite meals was at the Raj restaurant in Stratford-upon-Avon.

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Robert Davidson
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Robert Davidson

Asian food is so varied, but my favorite has to be Mongolian Barbecue since I get to select the ingredients and watch the chef cook it.

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42%
European

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D May
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D May

Virtually anything you can think of, I will at least try it. I admit to having a special place for anything Greek or Mexican or... And, Japanese works for me to.

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Madison Lumbard
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Madison Lumbard

Pizza & pasta are my jam

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Shelley Green
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Shelley Green

I love, love Italian food.

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Bill Neet
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Bill Neet

I love French but Italian is to die for!

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Lrac Snave
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Lrac Snave

Actually, Mexican. Last time I checked, Mexico was "another country" "Asia" and Europe" are CONTINENTS!

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Do you take public transportation?
Dear Abby Asked by Dear Abby
12 months left

Do you take public transportation?

Yes

2

No

10

Yes

2 Comments
Ry Kali
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Ry Kali

When I lived in the city, I'd take the bus if I didn't have a car or it was unavailable. I'd do the same in this small town if there were any, but the local gov't doesn't want to put money into it. We need it badly. If you don't have a car or a ride, you are screwed! Espacially, when very hot/cold!

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Robert Davidson
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Robert Davidson

I live in NYC, which has an extensive public transportation system. I do not need a car and using public transportation is better for the environment.

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No

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Phyllis
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Phyllis

I live in the county and no buses available. I drive a car now, but in 3 months will turn 80 and want to stop driving. I will sell my car and pay people to take me to appts and vets etc. I have groceries and pet supplies delivered.

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seaweed349
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seaweed349

There are no buses in the country. If I lived in a big city, maybe I would.

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Shane Hill
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Shane Hill

Because i don't have to.

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Valerie Lantz
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Valerie Lantz

I live in a rural area without public transportation available.

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Theresa Scherf
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Theresa Scherf

It's not an option. I live out in the country ca. 5 miles from town.

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Lori Johnson
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Lori Johnson

Public transportation is not an option where I live.

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rover6rover
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rover6rover

Living in the country it's not an option. Sometimes ride the L in Chicago during family visits and we were on and off the subway in NYC last fall -- the only way to get around!

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linda tansey
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linda tansey

small town no public transportation i live in a senior complex at least i can get a bus they have from a bus service but that is only 2 times a month and i do not have a car

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Bob Pickett
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Bob Pickett

not available in this area

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Have you attended a “destination wedding”?
Dear Abby Asked by Dear Abby
11 months left

Have you attended a “destination wedding”?

Yes

3

No

6

Yes

3 Comments
Sherri Golding
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Sherri Golding

I attended a destination wedding in Las Vegas and my kids (who were also invited to the wedding) joined me and we had a blast. The wedding was fun and we enjoyed the sightseeing.

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Jackie Pittman
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Jackie Pittman

We attended two destination weddings in the Bahamas and are attending one in Napa, CA, next week. We enjoy extending the trip to explore these other places.

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Bob Pickett
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Bob Pickett

Traveled from East coast to West coast for niece's wedding.

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No

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seaweed349
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seaweed349

We went to our son's wedding in Nevada from the east, but I wouldn't call it a destination wedding.

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Theresa Scherf
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Theresa Scherf

Have never had occasion to.

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rover6rover
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rover6rover

Traveled to California for wedding of folks who lived there and went to Maine to babysit our grandson while his parents partied after a destination wedding, but that's it.

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Lisa Gray
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Lisa Gray

Could not afford to if I was even invited to one.

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linda tansey
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linda tansey

am done with weddings

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Robert Davidson
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Robert Davidson

I have no desire to attend.

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