The buttered popcorn maize – the main force of the industrial world – the best of times, it will sweet varieties in butter whipped up, until it burst, and then in the middle of the night watching Netflix sn, sn in the fat ass.
Masala dosa, a crispy rice crepe, is wrapped in a spicy mixture of mashed potatoes, then dipped in coconut sour chili sauce, pickles, tomatoes and lentils and other condiments. It’s a wonderful breakfast that keeps you up until lunchtime, when you might be back.
Potato chips, Britain is still not clear when and where the chips was born – according to the legend, they are invented in New York in 1853, but the earliest for the “potato chips Fried in slice or shavings” diet appeared in the British William Kitchiner best-selling 1817 recipes.
In any case, they are now one of the most friendly and best foods in the world. But think about it – if a chip costs $5, it will be tastier (and more popular) than caviar, a prize worth fighting.
The sea of seafood paella is under your feet. A warm breeze wraps the tablecloth around your legs, and a steaming paella sits in front of you. Shrimp, lobster, mussels and cuttlefish with white rice and various herbs, oil and salt in this valencia dish, immediately send you to the holiday mode. Although if you owned it in Spain, you might already be there.
Thailand’s Sam prepared Thailand’s most famous salad, using a mortar and pestle to crush garlic and pepper. Stir in tamarind juice, fish sauce, peanuts, dried shrimp, tomato, lime juice, sugarcane sauce, green beans, and a small amount of grated cucumber. Grasp the sticky rice side. The variations include a variation of som tam boo and the som tam plah lah, but none of them matched the original flavor and simple beauty.
Chicken rice, a steamed chicken or fresh chicken in Singapore, is often referred to as Singapore’s “national dish”, served at the top of the sesame oil rice and sliced vegetables with cucumbers. Variants include grilled chicken or soy sauce. But it’s ready. It’s one of the best foods in Singapore. Dipping sauces – high quality black soy sauce with garlic and ginger chilli – gives it a little extra fun to make sure you think of it when you haven’t really eaten chicken in Singapore.
Canadian Poutine French fries are smothered in cheese curd and brown gravy. It sounds gross, it looks worse, but the taste in the mouth is swallowed in a crisp, tacky, deep-fried potato mixture that lets you fight on the last doll. Our Canadian friend insists it’s best to enjoy it at 3 am after “a few” beers.
Mexican tortilla a fresh handmade tortillas filled with small pieces of large pieces of roast beef, knead in the oil and sea salt, and then covered with guacamole, salsa, Onions, parsley, or any other things you want – great for breakfast, lunch or dinner. That’s why no tourists left Mexico less than they arrived in Mexico.
With British Marmite butter toast, okay, and butter food can be very good, but this kind of strong smell, salty, sour, love it or hate yeast extract can let a piece of toast, become a kind of reason to survive. Add a layer of jam to the extra yum (or yuck) factor.
The stink of one of the strangest dishes in southeast Asia’s stinky tofu is not really ready for you. Like durian, stinky tofu is one of the most iconic foods in southeast Asia. The smell of fermented tofu is so strong that many people can’t shake off their memories for months. So, is the traditional divine taste really worth the effort? That’s it.