I'll eat just about any crustacean. Crab and shrimp especially. I could eat them all day if you let me.
I do enjoy a good Shawarma and Gyro every now and then as well. In my shawarma there at least needs to be tahini, hummus, tabouli and feta cheese (preferably goat).
Eggs. Fried, scrambled, omlette, poached, boiled, I don't care I'll eat them almost any way. My brother also makes a really good Shakshuka as well.
Bacon. nuff said.
Hunan Dumplings and Satay Chicken. The more peanut sauce the better.
Pho soup. With a generous amount of cilantro green onions and bean sprouts. Usually with chicken or shrimp as the meat and soya sauce to liven it up. I like to have some shrimp spring rolls with peanut sauce to go with it.
I do enjoy a good curry. Thick and hearty with decent sized chunks of meat, potatoes and veggies. Other Indian dishes are good as well such as Butter chicken, Tikka Masala, Tandoori chicken, etc. And gotta have some good papadums to nibble on.
Carrots and Broccoli are probably my favourite vegetables, especially when cooked and seasoned. As far as my favourite fruit, take your pick; watermelon, cantelope, guava, mango, orange, banana, strawberry, apple, etc...Watermelon would probably be my favourite if I had to choose.
I like to add ginger to just about anything. Especially in stir-fries. I also like to grate some ginger, steep it in hot water with lemon and honey to make a refreshing tea.
Speaking of tea I probably had way more than my fair share of Earl Grey, once again with honey as my preferred sweetener.
Turmeric and Rosemary are amoung my favourite spices, I like to add them to my eggs in the morning gives scrambled eggs and omlettes a nice brighter yellow and turns a nice red colour on fried eggs, also goes well with any potato dishes. Goes well in rice and pasta as well, and to season chicken...or just about anything for that matter.
Generally not a fan of most poutines since it usually just turns into a soggy dish of glob but there's this place that makes an amazing Montreal Steak Poutine.
And some good ol' English style Fish and Chips. Preferably Haddock with Malt Vinegar and salt and pepper.