It’s not Texas barbecue unless brisket and Texas toast are served on top of a styrofoam plate.
Nothing on this earth compares to Neapolitan Pizza from Naples.
You have to go with the Animal Style Fries and Double-Double Cheeseburger (or 3 X 3 if you’re really hungry). You just HAVE to.
Prized king crabs found off the coast of Alaska are expensive due to their scarcity and because king crab fishing is one of the most dangerous occupations in the world. Aren’t you tempted to eat one of the long, spidery legs?
Here’s a fantastic way to get your seafood fix. Fish tacos are a typical Mexican dish and can be prepared in infinite ways. Try them with chopped shrimp, pico de gallo and shredded cabbage, drizzled in a creamy, spicy avocado sauce.
Funnel cake is one of those childhood must-do’s when visiting the local fair. This yummy dessert consists of fried dough topped with powdered sugar and sometimes fresh fruit and whipped cream or chocolate. It also goes by the name of “elephant ear.”
Bread pudding is a dish found in many cuisines of the world, including France, England, Peru, Belgium, Mexico and Argentina. It’s typically prepared with eggs, sugar, bread, lard, dried fruit and spices (cinnamon, vanilla, nutmeg). Served with a sweet vanilla bean sauce, it’s a must-try!
A typical Indian dish, chicken tikka masala is spicy, creamy and delicious. Eat it with steamed basmati rice, perfect for soaking up the rich and flavorful sauce.
Baba Ganoush is a creamy eggplant puree. The eggplant is cooked, then blended with tahini (sesame cream), garlic, lemon juice and olive oil, which are common ingredients of Middle Eastern cuisine. It’s usually served with fluffy pita or lavash bread on the side.
Vietnamese spring rolls are crisp and refreshing bites, perfect for an appetizer or light meal. They are usually made with rice paper stuffed with julienned vegetables (carrots, cabbage, cucumbers, etc.), rice noodles and herbs. They can also contain shrimp, chicken or beef.