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A Guide to Make You Drool with 5 Street Foods of Jaipur


A trip to ‘The Pink City’ includes two really important things — exploring the stunning forts and palaces, and savoring the delicious authentic Rajasthani delicacies. Jaipur is famous... Read more

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Infographic: Regional Food Maps of Europe

Our friends at Uniplaces, a student accommodation provider, share our belief that regional foods are key to unlocking a new culture when you travel. And they made these adorable maps to prove it.

Regional food map infographic of Portugal

Despite its small size, Portugal displays a great food variety. Known specially for its high-quality grilled fish and seafood, the country also has great meat options if you head to the countryside, like leitão à Bairrada (roasted suckling pig) or carne de porco à Alentejana (pork with clams). Ah, and you shouldn’t miss the regional specialty from the two largest cities in the country, pastéis de nata (egg custard tart) in Lisbon and francesinha (an open-faced sandwich with sauce, cheese, ham, egg, sausage, and meat) in Porto. And the cheese...do not miss the buttery queijo da Serra and queijo de Azeitão; you’ll love it!

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  • Chouriço assado

    Very simply, this is flame-grilled chouriço sausage, Portugal’s less-spicy cousin to Spanish chorizo. Typically, a large link of the stuff is scored, placed in a special clay bowl (an assador...

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  • Zhajiang mian (炸酱面)

    For food lovers throughout China, this is the most famous meal in Beijing–after Peking duck, of course. Zhajiang mian, or “fried sauce noodles,” is a noodle dish, with a...

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Nassau, New Providence Island
  • Conch salad

    Chopped raw conch—be sure it’s an adult, but more on that later—joins tomato, onion, green/red bell and hot Bahamian goat peppers, lime juice and orange juice for what’s a refreshing,...

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