Traditional Romanian Food: 57 Romanian Dishes & Delicacies

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Traditional Romanian Food: Our comprehensive guide to Romanian dishes, Romanian drink (including popular Romanian wine varieties), Romanian Desserts including some favorite Romanian delicacies and the Romanian national dish. Discover what to eat in Romania with our list of the best traditional Romanian food – more than 42 Romanian dishes and drinks to seek out and try on your next trip. We include suggestions on where to eat some of these …

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Bologna Food: What to eat in Bologna Italy (37 Amazing Things)

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What to eat in Bologna – discover the best Bologna food and Bologna food experiences in this comprehensive roundup of Bolognese cuisine including some key foodie activities. Learn about the most important fresh pasta varieties in Bologna and the dishes they are being used to make. Plus, the famous Bologna ham: mortadella. Bologna Italy is the gateway to the incredible cuisine of Emilia Romagna. Almost all of the dishes in …

Yucatan Food & Mayan Food Mega Guide: 50+ Unmissable dishes

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We had no idea when arriving to the Yucatan peninsula that Yucatan Food & Mayan Food would feature so many unique and interesting dishes. From succulent pulled pork Cochinita Pibil – a Mayan dish using Mayan/Spanish/Caribbean ingredients. To pre-colonial, traditional Mayan food, like Sikil Pak (ground pumpkin seed dip) or Pavo en Sac’kool (bush turkey in a white sauce with tomato)… To more modern innovations like panuchos (crispy deep fried tortillas …

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What to do in Bucharest: 23 Tips for Food, Fun & Bucharest Nightlife

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Wondering what to do in Bucharest? Bucharest Romania is not really a place that is on most people’s European travel itinerary (yet), and I honestly can’t figure out why. At a glance, it might look like any other post-communist city, but it really is so much more than that. It is a place that had me in awe of the stunning buildings, the vast gardens and the friendliness of the locals …

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15 Day Trips From Bologna With Emilia Romagna Map

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In this post we’ve put together some of the best Day Trips From Bologna, an easy guide to get out and explore some of Italy’s most beautiful countryside and dare we say, it’s tastiest region. “You may have the universe if I may have Italy” – Giuseppe Verdi As a man who was born and bred in the Emilia Romagna region of Italy Verdi knew what he was talking about. …

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S1E5 The History of Kimchee (Kimchi) & What To Eat In Seoul, Korea

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Listen To The History Of Kimchee (Kimchi) & What to Eat in Seoul Podcast Below. The Full podcast episode contains kimchee facts, a detailed background on the history of kimchee, information on when many dishes were created (some are older than you think) and some of the MUST Try Korean dishes to eat in Seoul! Most importantly, it’s a fun and informative exploration of the tasty world of Korean Food. …

Mexico City Travel Guide: Best Tacos, Mexican Wrestling & More!

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From famous street food – oh yes, there will be tacos! – to the lively theatrics of Mexican wrestling. In this article, we set out to find the best of Mexico City food & fun experiences in this Mexico City Travel Guide. Mexico City was founded by the Aztecs in 1325. Legend stated that the capital of the Aztec civilization must be founded where an eagle was seen perching on …

S1E2 The Surprising History of The Fish Taco, Al Pastor & Carnitas

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In this second part of our Tacos Podcast Special, we’ve chosen 3 of Mexico’s favourite taco styles for an fun but in-depth history.
The episode includes: The sordid story of the Baja Fish Taco
Is one of Mexico’s favourite tacos really Mexican at all?
The history of pork in Mexico and how it integrated into society.
PLUS, will Tommo eat a uterus taco?

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After living in downtown Merida Mexico for over a year, we’ve explored and trialled as much of the culture, food, nightlife and day trips as we possibly could! And now we want to share our favourite things to do in Merida Mexico – The capital of the Yucatan. There are almost 800k people living in Merida and most of the population is made up of Mayan & Mexican locals. There …