Unable to grab your
passport for a gourmet food tour of the world? One of the places you’re missing
out on the most is regarded as one of the most resplendent melting pots for
culture and cuisine. That place is Lebanon.
A tiny country by the
Mediterranean Sea, influences from all around have carved
Mongolian cuisine primarily consists of dairy products, meat, and animal fats. The most common rural dish is cooked mutton. In the city, steamed dumplings filled with meat—"buuz"— are popular.
1. Khorkhog – The Mongolian BBQ
Khorkhog is a barbecue dish in Mongolian cuisine. Khorkhog is made by cooking pieces of meat inside a container (metal milk jugs are a traditional and typical choice, although
The restaurant scene in Metro Manila is more vibrant than ever, and Filipino diners have an almost endless variety of culinary experiences to choose from. From world-class cuisine from other countries to homegrown Filipino cooking, new dining concepts are attracting large groups of families and friends seeking a satisfying culinary
Once upon a time, there was a country called Burma in Southeast Asia. If you’re not on the up and up with geography though, you may well have assumed it to still have the same name. While Burmese culture and cuisine has remained, the moniker it goes by now is
In the Middle East by the Mediterranean Sea sits the small nation of Lebanon. The capital, Beirut, is a charming melting pot, garnering such affections as the “Paris of the Middle East” because it is rich with culture and beauty, not to mention some truly spectacular cuisine. If you have
India is a big country full of spice in life and cuisine. From it’s gorgeous landmarks like the famed Taj Mahal to its regions of uniquely spiced dishes, India is an incredible place. The richness of the history and varied landscape tend to shine through in the dishes here. Every
Everyone has a favorite neighborhood Chinese restaurant. Sometimes that wonton soup can be downright comforting. And that shrimp with lobster sauce and beef with broccoli is always great on nights when you want takeout. But when you go to China, you’re not going to find those dishes there. In fact,
1. Dim sum
Dim sum is a style of Chinese cuisine (particularly Cantonese but also other varieties) prepared as small bite-sized portions of food served in small steamer baskets or on small plates. Dim sum dishes are usually served with tea, and together form a full tea brunch. Dim sum traditionally
What to eat in Philippines?
Tapa is dried or cured beef, mutton, venison or horse meat, although other meat or even fish may be used. Filipinos prepare tapa by using thin slices of meat and curing these with salt and spices as a preservation method. Tapa is often cooked fried
Sushi is the Japanese preparation and serving of specially prepared vinegared rice combined with varied ingredients such as chiefly seafood (often uncooked), vegetables, and occasionally tropical fruits. Styles of sushi and its presentation vary widely, but the key ingredient is sushi rice, also referred to as shari , or sumeshi .
Sushi can be prepared with either brown or white