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What’s on the Menu? Italy Edition

We have all had pasta and pizza before (hopefully!), and we have probably heard the stereotypes about apron wearing grandmothers crouched over bubbling saucepans. But those of us who haven't visited Italy and tried the authentic versions of these dishes are in for a real treat. From the simple pizza Margarita to the decadent Spaghetti alla [...]
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Tryna Fill Your Stomach in China? What to Eat While You’re There!

If you're on the flight to China right now, say goodbye to your Panda Express orange chicken, or your deep fried egg rolls. China has much more than what Western cuisine has showed us as Chinese cuisine. Of course, China is a big country, and because of this, every region has a different profile of [...]
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Fill Up Your Stomach in the Phillipines: What to Eat!

Thanks to Food Network channels and their desire to "shock the viewer", the Philippines may forever be known as the country that eats "developing bird embryos". However, the cuisine of the Philippines is so much richer than that, and the food of the locals is actually more centered around rice, noodles, and other veggies and [...]
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Traveling Foodie : Get a Taste of History in Cyprus

Cyprus' cuisine owes a lot to it's location; the island is located off the coast of modern day Lebanon, below Turkey, and east of the Greek islands. As such, it features a very distinct mix of Greek, Turkish and Middle Eastern cuisine that makes this not just a great destination for the activities, but also [...]
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Nom Noms in ‘Nam: What to Eat in Vietnam!

Hopefully, you're not new to the delicious-ness that is Vietnamese food. Whether you've tried Pho (pronounced 'fuh'), fresh spring rolls, or are even just familiar with the ubiquitous Vietnamese peanut sauce, Vietnamese food is a strong contender for being one of the most delicious cuisines in the world. This list of "top Vietnamese foods" could [...]
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Colombian Cuisine: What You Should Eat!

Colombian food is often overlooked-- a sad truth that unfortunately, doesn't look to be changing anytime soon. Full of flavor, and easily accessible on virtually every street corner in Colombian cities, the food in Colombia is a real treat. Bandeja Paisa Bandeja Paisa could be considered one of Colombia's national dishes. Typically served as a [...]
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Guatemala’s Got Great Food: What to Eat When You’re There

It's hard to sum up a whole entire country in just a short list of food, but we're going to give it our best shot! Guatemala is a country with a rich culture and even richer foods. Always (95% of the time) served with a side of white rice, fresh tortillas, and beans, Guatemalan food [...]
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Enthrall your taste buds with Turkish authenticity

Like most other countries, the cuisine depends upon the region. Some classic Turkish dishes are served universally, and have in turn, made their mark on the rest of the world. Although, near the Black Sea many dishes are made with fish, inland minced meats are used more often. In the mediterranean, cuisine is filled with fresh [...]
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Plant-based and beyond in the United Kingdom

The United Kingdom consists of 4 different countries, all of which have their own spin on UK cuisine. Similarly, all nations belonging to the UK have a history of cooking up 'comforting' foods. With the usual chill in grey skies, most meals are traditionally hearty, full-flavored, and steamy hot. If you are a meat lover, [...]
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Bite down on new cuisine in Nepal

Nepalese cuisine is encompassing of many regions, flavors, and cultures. Most of the cuisine has an Asian fusion, while some mimic the spices and textures of India. From stir-fried noodles, to curry, to rice, and soups, Nepalese food has taken on many of its neighbors' originals. With that, there is unique space for true Nepalese [...]
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Peruvian Eats: Local staples of the Peruvian Population

Peruvian food is a unique flavor epxlosion. Their rich history of Spanish conquests, Incan establishements, and even Asian waves of immigration, happened long enough ago that they have been given the proper amount of time to morph into a food culture unique unto itself. With the spicy kick of chiles, the delicious versatility of potatoes, [...]
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Get lost in the sauce: American classics collide with veg-head delights

The United States food culture is an eclectic blend; taking every ethnicity imaginable with heritage-filled history and infusing it with a modern ideology of 'all things big', the USA has come to have one of the most diverse food cultures on earth. It is difficult to pinpoint what really is an 'All-American food'. The cuisine [...]
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Our Favorite Dishes from Piquant Portugal

Travelling to Portugal is often done for the weather and the geography, and travelers are usually not visiting this coastal country with gastronomic intents. Despite being relatively unrecognized internationally, Portugal is truly a country of great eats! The closeness to the Atlantic ocean, as well as the countries great status as an international trading empire, [...]
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The Netherlands, Land of the Yummies

Vegetarians and Vegans beware. The Netherlands has plenty of delicious, stomach filling, yummy bites, but most contain some kind of meat or dairy product (or both!). With the large, flat, expanse lands of the Dutch landscape, the Netherlands excels in farm-raised, open- range animals... and you can taste the difference! With a brilliant selection of [...]
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Eat your way through stewed mole and sweet tamales in Mexico

Mexico is know for guacamole, homemade salsas, tacos, and burritos. Well, at least that is what foreigners think of the nation's cuisine, but there is much more to the myriad, of flavors. An entanglement of herbs, spices, dried peppers, and lime infusion, the dishes pack a punch of flavor. Every region of Mexico differs in [...]
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Indonesia: What to Eat

It is easy to eat healthily in Indonesia, you just have to know where to look! Though many places offer their fair share of meat or animal- based dishes, there are still plenty of vegetables and fruits served alongside fresh rice and noodles. Nalu Bowls Nalu Bowls are the original smoothie bowls that many have [...]
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Fill Up Your Cart in Jakarta: What to Eat

Last year, CNN did an impromptu public poll of the "World's Most Delicious Foods". Number 1? A dish from Indonesia. It's no wonder that our list lacks specific restaurants, but rather present our readers with a list of some of the most delicious and best foods you'll ever taste-- all found in Jakarta. With street [...]
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Bali: A vegetarian and ‘raw food’ Heaven

The cuisine in Bali is of Asian influence, rice being their staple grain. Many times, meat is grilled on skewer; seafood is served on the coasts, along with pork and chicken. Beef is rarely consumed, as the cow is considered sacred within the majority religious groups spanning across Bali. The cuisine is generally incredibly fresh; [...]
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Silence your Hunger Pain in Spain: What to Eat

Spain is a diverse country, full of different regions all with their respective specialty cuisines and traditions. Because of this, an article about what to eat in Spain proved to be much more difficult than previously thought. So, take this list with a grain of salt because some absolutely fantastic dishes had to be "cut" [...]
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Noodles and rice, Cambodia cuisine is nice

Cambodian cuisine is often times overlooked. Most people in the western world do not have experience with the nation's delicious eats. Many times being overshadowed by the food mecca, Thailand, this particular Asian cuisine is less talked about. Well, we want to talk to you about it! While it has a comparable breath in ingredient [...]
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