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How I Started Eating Goat's Giblet

Lahore
khizer546

Today I would like to share the story of how I started eating goat's giblet. I was fond of goat since my early childhood. I used to look after goat on the occasion of every Eid-ul-Azha. Even now... Read more

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What to Do (and Eat) in Laramie, WY

Laramie, in southeastern Wyoming, is on the opposite side of the state from such big-name tourist draws as Yellowstone National Park and Jackson Hole. But there’s enough to do (and eat!) in Laramie to make it a destination in its own right. Here’s why you should go there.

Laramie, Wyoming, is a small, youthful college town, home to Wyoming’s only university and a diverse range of restaurants that appeal to visiting out-of-towners. It’s a traditional cowboy town, particularly when the rodeo comes through to the local fairgrounds, as it recently did during July’s Jubilee Days festivities. It’s a high-plains, big-sky town (7,165 feet up) with lots of outdoor enthusiasts, where trout-filled rivers abound and a short drive in either direction brings you to dramatic, beautiful mountain ranges or rock formations.

The cowboy beef brisket pizza at Alibi Pizzaria in Laramie, WY

The cowboy beef brisket pizza

For non-collegiate travelers, Laramie might be a stopover for those driving cross-country, heading to points northwest in the state, or perhaps going down to Denver, a short 2.5 hours away. For us, however, it was a destination, a place to stay and hang out, hike and eat very well for a few days. And it delivered in a big way.

Between all the traditional Wyoming foods and local beers, the free museums and stunning hikes, there is plenty to do, see, and eat in Laramie. Here’s why this part of southern Wyoming should be on your destination radar the next time you’re out West.

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  • How I Started Eating Goat's Giblet

    Lahore

    khizer546

    Today I would like to share the story of how I started eating goat's giblet. I was fond of goat since my early childhood. I used to look after goat on the occasion of every Eid-ul-Azha. Even …    Read more
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    najaya_alkindi

    I visited Chocomelt cafe in the Kuwait City at the avenues mall with my family. The food presentation was beyond good and the desserts is created to please you from the first bite     Read more
  • Naija Jollof in Nigeria

    26 Balogun street amuwo

    jaice

    Hi guys, I'm a Nigerian and just recently joined this platform. For starters I would like you all to know what most families in Nigeria eat for the festive periods. Have you heard of the Naij…    Read more
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    Ibadan, Oyo State Nigeria

    gorgeousmercy

    Growing up was fun because of the people I shared my childhood with. My parents are both natives of Ibadan, so we eat Amala and Abula a lot in my family since they are from the same origin. I don&#…    Read more

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