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May 4, 2017 | 4 Comments » | Topics: Food |

JERK CHICKEN

Where to Eat It: Jamaica

Jerk chicken is easily Jamaica’s best-known culinary export, but if you’ve never eaten it on the island, you’ve never experienced the real thing. That’s because anyone can make a jerk sauce (allspice berries, thyme, Scotch bonnet peppers, scallions, fresh ginger, and oil or soy sauce) and marinate chicken in it before grilling, but only in Jamaica is the meat cooked properly. All jerk chicken is cooked over charcoal, which imparts a smoky flavor while producing crispy, blackened bits of meat; in Jamaica, logs of fresh green wood are placed on grates over the charcoal, and the meat is cooked directly on top of the wood, absorbing oils and fragrance that significantly affect the flavor of the finished product.

 

ROU JIA MO

Where to Eat It: Xi’an

Essentially a Chinese version of döner kebab,rou jia mo is one of the world’s oldest sandwiches, dating back at least 2000 years. The traditional version combines pork that has been stewed in a heavily spiced (think lots of cumin) soup for several hours, which is then minced and stuffed in a flatbread with cilantro and mild peppers (beef is a common substitute in Muslim areas, and lamb is also popular in some regions). Rou jia mo originated in Shaanxi Province, whose capital is Xi’an (home to the famous Terracotta Army), but is now widely consumed in other parts of China. It’s easiest to find in the northern part of the country, so look for it in Beijing if Xi’an isn’t on your itinerary. And should you ever find yourself in Beijing, be sure to try jian bing, habit-forming crepes stuffed with eggs, cilantro, and crispy wonton crackers, made at street carts around the city.

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This Is What A Meal At The World’s Best Restaurant Looks Like

April 5, 2017 | 2 Comments » | Topics: Food |

Eleven Madison Park in New York triumphed Wednesday in the World’s 50 Best Restaurants awards, becoming the first U.S. establishment to win the top spot since 2004. Here’s what a lunch time meal at the restaurant looks like. Interestingly, lunch and dinner cost the same at $225 per person. No menu is handed out when you’re seated. Everything served is from an extended tasting menu where everyone pretty much gets the same thing.

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A Beginners Guide To Vietnamese Food

March 30, 2017 | 2 Comments » | Topics: Food |

Cơm tấm – Warm broken rice often served with a slab of grilled pork chop marinated in sugar and fish sauce, a slice of steamed pork loaf topped with egg yolks, and a mixture of pork skin and thinly shredded pork

a gallery of delicious vietnamese food

 

Phở – Noodle soup served with various cuts of beef and onions. Often eaten with basil, mint, lime, and bean sprouts

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If You Want To Give Your Heart The Middle Finger, Try These Epic Food Concoctions

March 28, 2017 | No Comments » | Topics: Food |

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This Is What They Are Serving School Kids For Lunch Around The World

March 27, 2017 | No Comments » | Topics: Food |

Country: China

Contents: A fish, scrambled egg with tomato sauce, rice, spinach, cauliflower, and soup

 

Country: Buchach, Ukraine

Contents: Soup, macaroni, pickle, bread, sliced hot dog

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This One Goes Out To All The Foodies Out There

February 28, 2017 | 1 Comment » | Topics: Food, main |

Sushi Donut

 

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This One Goes Out To All The Foodies Out There

November 10, 2016 | 1 Comment » | Topics: Food |

The Fajita Cake!

 

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An Introduction To Korean Food

October 26, 2016 | No Comments » | Topics: Food |

Bibimbap

A mixed rice bowl that is served in a hot stone pot. An assortment of veggies, protein, and fried egg is combined with red pepper paste and sesame oil.

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Nakji bokkeum

Stir-fried octopus with udon noodles and julienned onions in a spicy red pepper sauce.

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