What was your experience like the first time that you tried Indian food? What made you try it, and how long did it take before it was one of your favorites? I know that some Spaniards don’t go in for food that they think will be “too” spicy.
By the way, what do you think of traditional British cuisine? The stereotype is that it’s bland, but I’ve never been to the U.K.
Hi Anwar, many thanks for your comments.
The first time I tried Indian food was in 2002, when I came to stoy in Portsmouth for a year. I must say that I was really scared because I didn’t know what to expect, and I went for the mildest dish: Korma. It took me a couple of years to “advance in the spicy ladder”, and now I am happy with a Medium curry
I’m not sure about what you say that Spaniards don’t go for spicy food. Maybe you know that a lot of Spanish food is quite spicy! But I think the problem generally is more about being scared of trying new things.
Traditional British Cuisine, per se, doesn’t exist. There are quite a few traditional dishes, but rarely you find a restaurant or a recipe book about “traditional british cuisine”. I like many Bitish dishes, like Sheperds Pie, a good Roast dinner, etc. But to be honest, I love food, and would be happy eating mostly anything
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