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The Traditional and Healthy Sri Lankan Iced Coffee

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Coffee is arguably the most popular drink in the world. There aren’t numerous things that can bring someone as much joy as brewing a cup of joe in the morning. However, since there are many kinds... Read more

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              How to Truly Eat Everywhere

Because if you like to “eat your world,” you’ll definitely want to “eat everywhere.”

Kaeng som, or sour curry, from a Thai restaurant in New York
Try this delicous Ice-Breaker dish—kaeng som, or sour curry—the next time you get Thai food.

Guys, it’s time for some real talk. We don’t know how to put this, but there’s something we gotta get off our chests: We don’t always know what to order at a restaurant.

I know, I know. We’ve dedicated the better part of the past two decades to eating around the world, studying cuisines, visiting countless restaurants in New York City, where you can find almost anything. But there are so many cuisines (and regional cuisines within them), and so little time! Particularly if it's food from a place we haven't yet traveled to and it's not super accessible to us in New York, we're in new territory.

So if we’re in a Haitian restaurant, a Bolivian restaurant, a Fujian (Chinese) restaurant—what do we try? What’s a guaranteed delicious order? What’s Fujian food even known for? (Answer: rice wine sauce.) And then—because we are people who enjoy doing this—what can we order like a “local” that will surprise our server?

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  • Jerk chicken or pork with festival

    When you think of Jamaican cuisine, chances are you think of jerk chicken (or pork). And rightly so: It’s the most iconic of Jamaican meals, true Jamaican soul food that belongs to Jamaicans,...

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Hobart, Tasmania Beijing
  • Jingjiang rousi (京酱肉丝)

    While several quintessential Beijing foods are, shall we say, an acquired taste, jingjiang rousi is a hands-down crowd pleaser no matter who you are or where you’re from. It’s one of the...

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