Spring (Apr-June) Cuisine of the Quarter - VOTING

Hey HOs - the daffodils are up, and it’s time to cast your vote for this Spring’s Cuisine of the Quarter! We had a lively nomination thread this time around - lots of great cuisines to choose from. Please cast ONE vote per HO for your choice by clicking the knife-and-fork icon on the corresponding post below. I will leave the voting open until Friday, April 2. Let the games begin!

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Like this post for GREEK.

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Like this post for HALAL/KOSHER.

Like this post for MEXICAN.

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Like this post for NORTH INDIAN.

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Like this post for SCANDINAVIAN.

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Explanation of my vote: I look forward to exploring the foods of the cultures I did not choose in a warmer season when the products that make them sing are at their peak. So, in the meantime and in cooler weather, I voted for a northern clime.

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I’m late to the game. THE 50 STATES . so much available with variety. From Ellis island to the gold rush . The foods that are the backbone.

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Unfortunately yes, you are. :grinning: Nominations are set at this point, but please do nominate next quarter (and cast a vote for one of the nominees above this time around)! :slight_smile:

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I liked everything. Is that a violation? :relaxed:

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Actually yes, now we have to send you to HO jail! :rofl: Seriously though, if you could either unlike the posts for which you don’t want to vote or let me know which vote to count, that would be helpful. Thanks!

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LOL okay I “like” SCANDINAVIAN!

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Oops I missed the vote :joy:

But I’m intrigued by Scandinavian…

Look forward to seeing what everyone cooks!

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Me too. I have all the other foods within walking distance. Our only Scandinavian restaurant went out of business. :cry:

Nope - voting is open until April 2. Just like one of the posts above to cast yours!

Geez I’m one of those didn’t-bother-to-read people now?! :woman_facepalming:t2:

It’s hard to choose, I like them all! LOL!

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― Jonathan Gold