The Ogbono Soup and Pounded Yam at a Nigerian Hotel I went to was pretty amazing!posted over 4 years ago
the sushi in hawaii is to die for conch in the bahamas is yum wen fried supposedly its an aphrodisiac personally i didnt really get much of that and most tapas places in puerto rico are yummmmmmmmposted about 4 years ago
When I was in Thailand, I took an authentic Thai Cooking Class – SO DELISH!posted about 4 years ago
Hmmmm the best thing i tasted was probably sushi in Vancouver,Canada….the fish(salmon,tuna)was always fresh and the prices were pretty good for the amount they served!
I also had Bubble Tea there which was also something i loved and that was new to me(although that’s not food it’s a drink) it’s a taiwanese drink with tapioca pearls in it…they had like 1000000 flavours from which you could choose!
The thing I loved most when I traveled to europe was this simple morning routine: walking to the local bakery, getting some freshly baked buns/croissants/etc, and eating them with all kinds of spreads. Super simple, but that’s something I can’t really find here—my breakfast usually consists of some variation on store-bought bagels, dry cereals, processed yogurts, etc.posted about 4 years ago
the Jerk Chicken in Jamaica is actually really hot, but it’s the best. I loved it!!!posted about 4 years ago
I love love love Bahama Breeze seafood in Atlanta!!! Little pricey but the food is delish :)posted about 4 years ago
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It’s going to sound silly, but I had Nutella gelato in Italy, and it was absolutely amazing!posted about 4 years ago
I’ve a nice memory of OKONOMIYAKI in Tokyo, I did love japanese food there!!posted about 4 years ago
Shabu shabu in korea, there was one specific place that I ate at almost every week. it would be my first stop whenever i go back to koreaposted about 4 years ago