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Brazilian Buchada de Bode (Goat’s intestines) Recipe

Brazilian Buchada de Bode (Goat’s intestines) Recipe

Buchada de Bode is a Brazilian recipe that utilises the intestines of a kid goat, cooked and served in the goat’s stomach. Ever-resourceful in South America, where they are also known for eating rodents such as Guinea Pig (cuy) or Capybara. Buchada de Bode is most typically […]

Australian Crocodile Skewers (or US Gator Kebabs) Recipe

Australian Crocodile Skewers (or US Gator Kebabs) Recipe

Crocodile skewers are a great representation of Australia, they’ve got everything from the epitomic animal to the clichéd BBQ! In the Southern US, particularly in states such as Florida and Louisiana, alligator Kebabs are cooked in much the same way. So whichever meat you can get […]

Argentinian Criadillas (Bull’s Testicles) Fries Recipe

Argentinian Criadillas (Bull’s Testicles) Fries Recipe

In Argentina you can find and eat fried bulls testicles (criadillas), served with salsa. Fancy trying that? They are most popular in regions where bull-fighting is popular and are often eaten by the matador as a sign of strength. You can also try them in […]

Tripas (cow’s stomach) recipes: Mexican Tacos De Tripitas & Portuguese Tripas A moda Do Porto

Tripas (cow’s stomach) recipes: Mexican Tacos De Tripitas & Portuguese Tripas A moda Do Porto

In Mexico and Portugal, tripas (cow’s stomach) is the key ingredient in traditional dishes: Tacos De Tripitas in Mexico and Tripas A moda Do Porto in Portugal. You might be surprised to hear about people around the world eating cow’s stomach, but it’s actually not even […]

Hungarian Hortobagy-style Pancake recipe

Hungarian Hortobagy-style Pancake recipe

Hortobagy-style pancakes are a traditional Hungarian stew stuffed pancake dish, known locally as Hortobágyi palacsinta. Found in abundance in the beautiful capital of Budapest, one of Europe‘s greatest cities. If you haven’t been to Budapest, then what are you waiting for? I highly suggest you go there […]

Traditional Norwegian Smalahove recipe (sheeps head) with rutabaga and potatoes

Traditional Norwegian Smalahove recipe (sheeps head) with rutabaga and potatoes

Smalahove is an interesting traditional Norwegian recipe of sheeps head that you can try in Norway or make it yourself using this recipe! Of course, it might be difficult to get your hands on a sheeps head if you’re not in Norway but you can […]

Samoan Sapasui (Chop Suey) Recipe

Samoan Sapasui (Chop Suey) Recipe

Sapasui is adored in Samoa, a variation on the classic Chinese Chop Suey recipe, there are many different ways to cook this dish. This Sapasui recipe is authentically Samoan but allows you to use whichever meat you like. Typically, chicken, beef or pork is used, […]

Homemade kaya jam toast with soft boiled egg recipe

Homemade kaya jam toast with soft boiled egg recipe

This kaya toast recipe showcases one of the most delicious and unique snacks I’ve tried in all of South East Asia. The sweet and salty flavours combine perfectly to create such a beautiful, flavoursome bite to eat. I first tried Kaya jam toast with soft […]

Authentic Jamaican peanut porridge recipe

Authentic Jamaican peanut porridge recipe

This peanut porridge recipe has a fantastic reputation since being lofted from a modest staple of Jamaican cuisine to a culinary favourite of foodies across the planet. Whilst exquisitely simple, peanut porridge is a breakfast dish that requires some love and attention to mimic the […]

Jamaican cuisine. What food do they eat in Jamaica?

Jamaican cuisine. What food do they eat in Jamaica?

Typical Jamaican cuisine is the result of an interesting blend of cultures. As well as the influence of the Rastafarian religion; immigration and imperialism have allowed Jamaican food to become a unique mixture of tastes, cooking techniques and flavours. Different inhabitants to the island and a […]