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The Best Smoked Food in the World

Argentinian Asado

And how you can make it yourself at home! Believe it or not, America isn’t the only country in the world that has a love for barbecued meats. It seems the love for meats that are lovingly tended to and slow-cooked over grills in and in smokers is pretty universal. Before

How to eat passion fruit?

passion fruit

The passion fruit is called passion fruit, maracujà or even granadilla, depending on the country in which it is grown and eaten. The area of ​​origin of this fruit is Brazil although it is currently cultivated in Sri Lanka, Peru, Australia, India, South Africa, Hawaii and other countries in the

How to eat grapefruit?


A fruit with a bitter taste not appreciated by everyone. Let's talk about grapefruit in its yellow and pink variant (a little sweeter). Great to prepare a nice juice alone or together with other citrus fruit, to eat whole or to be used in making sweet and sour recipes in

How to eat papaya?

The papaya grows on trees of small height, originating in Central America (in Mexico it was called Chichihualtzapotl, "sweet fruit for nannies") but now widespread throughout the tropical zone, especially in the Philippines where they are very popular. The fruits have an oblong shape, ranging from green to yellow to

Can you bring food on a plane?

As long as you go abroad, to find a friend or a family member, it is normal to bring some food with you in several different occasion as if you want to bring food you may miss or if you have specific nutrition plan to follow or you have your

How to eat balut?


How to eat balut? Balust is certainly not a food for everyone. Not everyone has tasted it in the Philippines either. But it seems to be a food for real connoisseurs. Balut is a typical dish of many Southeast Asian countries and consists of a duck or hen's egg, fertilized

Awesome Destinations for Budget Culinary Vacations

Affordable culinary destinations are an excellent choice for travelers that want to get the most out of their vacation and experience interesting things to do while not burning holes in their pockets. Don’t think it’s possible? Think again! The key is to look for alternative destinations that are not yet overrun

Indian Breads


Indian breads are a wide variety of flatbreads and crêpes which are an integral part of Indian cuisine. Their variation reflects the diversity of Indian culture and food habits. Most flat breads from northern India are unleavened and made primarily from milled flour, usually atta or maida, and water. Some flatbreads,

How to eat jackfruit?

The fruit looks like a sort of big, spiny melon that has to be opened in two and from which the large fleshy seeds that make up the real edible part of the fruit are extracted and which must always be consumed after cooking because raw can be toxic. This