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TexDanm

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I was raised eating a VERY varied diet made up of Traditional American, lots of
Seafood, Mexican, Cajun, German and Italian. Have any of you ever heard of an English Restaurant??? What do they eat over there? I'm part Scott/Irish and presumably English but never remember eating anything that was identified as "English" crusine. My wife and I are both half German and mostly identify as that over the other many things. We are also both part Native American, my wife more than me. She is about 25%. I am 5th generation Texan. Here, that is a nationality. We were here and citizens of the Republic of Texas.

I love a variety of foods. For people raised where I was raised Cajun and Mexican are classified as home cooking whereas Italian fare is foreign (Italian Food!). Because Texas was settled by people from all over the world our cuisine is wildly variable depending on where you are. For someone like me that loves good cooking and a HUGE variety, I love to go to things like the Texas Folklife festival where all the different types of Texans bring out the best of their special cooking.
 
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