Ah, you just gave me a brief hard on with this question because I was trained, at one point in my past life, to appreciate fine and varied cuisine. Here is my run down of what the cuisine I like and briefly why I like them: I like French cuisine because it often includes bread, cheese, pastries, and wine; I like Italian cuisine because it's often rich in pepper, tomatoes, potatoes, corn, and cheese (ummhhh); and I like India cuisine because it often has a lot of chicken, fish, lamb, goat, and vegetables along with spices (very tasty if prepared correctly); and I like Chinese cuisine because it often has rice, spices, and small servings which is good for your health; I'm often inclined to prepare Japanese cuisine because of its inclusion of seafood, rice, and soybean; but I also like to eat Spanish cuisine from time to time because it often includes cooking with excellent oils and often includes fruit. But I have to say that my absolute favorite cuisine to eat if I have the materials to prepare is African cuisine because it is the progenitor to what Americans call "soul food." It often contains the most excellent mixture of spices and oils, fruits and vegetables, seafood most definitely, and the excellent preparation of chicken. Wow, I haven't really sat down before and thought each of the foods from different cultures I really enjoy eating the most. I just cook what I'm in the mood for and have been trained to cook. Awesome question dude. Thanks.