Acaraje, Street Food from Brazil

Acarajé

In the streets of Salvador da Bahia, the Baianas with their white cotton clothes and cloth wrapped around their heads are a common sight. These women sell the famous Acarajé, a very popular and...

Rohesser

Rohesser

Rohesser is a certain type of raw pork sausage from Germany which is mainly eaten as a snack or in combination with traditional German ‘Abendbrot’ – a cold dinner with a wide variety of...

Gaebul or penis fish from Korea

Gaebul

Gaebul is a traditional and very popular snack in South Korea. The first thing you thought when seeing Gaebul? Yes, you are right: its striking resemblance to the male sexual organ has earned it...

Surströmming

Surströmming

Surströmming is a Swedish fish food that is preserved by acidification. It is especially known for its distinct smell that could be described as intensive, putrid and stinking. Surströmming (Swedish for pickled herring) was...

Pao De Queijo, Brazilian Queese Bread

Pão de Queijo

Pão de queijo or “chipa” is a typical snack and breakfast dish of the Brazilian states of Minas Gerais and Goiás. It can also be found in Paraguay as well as northern Argentina. Freshly...

Choripan, Argentinian sausage sandwich

Choripán

Choripán is a type of sandwich with chorizo that was invented in Argentina but is popular across South America today. Its name is an acronym that is composed of the main ingredients used for...

Churros with chocolate

Churros

Churros are a Spanish pastry made from fried choux dough. They are a typical breakfast dish but are also eaten as a dessert or a sweet snack and are most commonly dipped into hot...

Currywurst with bread role

Currywurst

Currywurst consists of a traditional German sausage (with or without casing) topped with a spicy tomato-based sauce and curry powder. It is most commonly served with French fries or bread roles. Besides the famous...

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