Tihlo (Tigrinya: ቲህሎ) is a dish from the historical Agame province in northern parts of Ethiopia that consists of barley dough balls covered with meat and berbere (berbere is made of chili after... Read more
Giant West African snail are a local delicacy in Ghana (and Nigeria too). Still fresh and alive in this photo, they are indeed eaten without shell and of course cooked. They are usually boiled for several hours to soften and then cut up and served in pepper soup. Hot sauce is a must to go along!
NYC Food Itineraries
NEW! Let us do the heavy lifting on your next trip to NYC: Check out our new downloadable one-day NYC eating itineraries, or email us for a custom multiday itinerary.