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Foods of the World

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Part of the travel adventure for me is ALWAYS what I can eat that is particular to the area I am visiting. Eating is very much part of any country's culture. Can you help me compile a list here?
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I still think Paul should have tried the octopus!
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Still on Spanish food.......how about those churros con chocolate to die for???? leche flan--- the spanish creme brulee?
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I know hainanese chicken when i see one, but can someone (from Singapore) tell me what this dessert is?
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Taken/Eaten in Saigon, but obviously Japanese, right?



And here's another one. Japanese New year?
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Help me with this. Not too many photos of food from Africa.......... Reply to this

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I'm on a roll. Found these photos of exotic dishes from my country. They are really from one area, Pampanga, touted as culinary capital of the Philippines. Btw, "tugak" means frog and "camaru" means crickets.
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8 years ago, March 18th 2011 No: 59 Msg: #131533  
This photo does not show any incredible foods but I loved the simplicity of the toast and the view so I've decided it should be shared with all you food lovers!


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