Food in Japan is delicious. Here's 10 of the best Japanese foods that you should try. Foodie, What to Eat, Japan, Asia
This is the enchilada sauce that I always come back to. I used all Anchos for this batch but there is some leeway on the chili peppers -- you could add in Guajillos or New Mexicans if you have some on hand. #enchiladas mexicanplease.com
Ajaria Khachapuri is a cheese and egg bread from the Republic of Georgia. The bread is dipped into the center with a runny egg and melted cheese filling.
Charro Beans! You won't find a heartier, more delicious batch of beans anywhere in Mexico. This version uses bacon and chipotles but feel free to add in some chorizo if you have it. So good! mexicanplease.com
Vegetables and chicken simmer in a homemade teriyaki sauce that is so simple to make. Serve over some rice and dinner is ready. Pineapple teriyaki chicken stir-fry is a 30 minute meal that is bursting with flavor and cooks in one pan on the stove top!
Lepim i Varim is a pelmeni restaurant in Moscow and frequently the top rated restaurant on Trip Advisor for the capital
8 Weird and Wacky Finnish Foods You Need to Try
8 Weird and Wacky Finnish Foods You Need to Try. Finland is a land of contrasts, and with each season comes new local delicacies which you must taste, no matter how weird or wacky looking they might be! Mämmi, for example, looks strange at first but is a must-try seasonal treat. From reindeer to rye bread, whet your appetite on this traditional Finnish fare - Click through to see the list. | The Travel Women #finland #finnishcuisine #internationalfood
Moroccan chickpea stew with aurbergine & olives
Moroccan chickpea stew with aubergine & olives
Mie Goreng Recipe (Indonesian Fried Noodles) with Chicken and Shrimp