Foreign Cuisine Finder Series

Sampling the local fare is an essential ingredient in the travel experience. I’m the first to try a national dish, take a food tour or enrol in a cooking class while abroad. I stumbled upon the following foodstuffs in their native locations, and the experiences were so memorable I had to share them with you here in the Foreign Cuisine Finder Series.

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Foreign Cuisine Finder Five - New York City

You would be hard pressed finding a cuisine that isn’t available in New York City. One of the most diverse and interesting aspects of the melting pot city is the array of international influences.

Meat pie with tomato sauce

Foreign Cuisine Finder Four - Australia

Being an Aussie expat that has lived in the U.S. and Asia, I sometimes get questions about Australian food. In this post I will make my recommendations for travellers heading Downunder and the four foods I think are worth sampling while you are visiting the Great Southern Land.

Beignets

Foreign Cuisine Finder Three - Louisiana

The American South possesses a cuisine all of its own that reflects its climate, resources and varied residents over history, including Native Americans, European colonial powers and African slaves, not to mention borrowings from its Central American neighbours.

Lomo saltado

Foreign Cuisine Finder Two

Eating is an essential ingredient in the immersive travel experience. I try to sample local cuisine for at least two meals a day while I am abroad. In the first edition of Foreign Cuisine Finder, I shared foods from Ireland, the Cook Islands and Cambodia, that made a seriously good impression on my taste buds. Today I have three more for you, with a surprising common thread…

Seafood Amok

Foreign Cuisine Finder One

Sampling the local fare is an essential ingredient in my travel experiences. In fact I try to immerse myself in local cuisine for at least two meals a day (because I am firmly attached to standard western breakfast foods). I am the first to try a national dish and occasionally enrol in a cooking class while abroad. I stumbled upon the following three foodstuffs in their native locations, and the experiences were so memorable I had to share them with you here.

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