If you have been following this blog for a while you will have no doubt discovered some of the more bizarre foods the USA has to offer. You might have stumbled upon the deep-fried butter recipe or alligator kebabs for example. But aside from the […]
North American Travel, Foods & Recipes
North America is home to some of the most beautiful, awe-inspiring landscapes and cities. Travelling through the countries of North America it is impossible to not bask in the culture and food course the food!
North American food is some of the most delicious, unique, interesting and tasty in the world. But there are also some very weird and unusual recipes to try from North America too!
Whether it’s peanut porridge in Jamaica or gator skewers in the USA; uncover delicacies that they eat in North America and traditional North American meals that you may (or may not) want to try next time you visit.
Like many of their neighbors in Central America, many dishes in Costa Rica are based around white rice and black beans as a base. Which may stand mostly on its own or may add some shredded meat, fried veggies, or tasty broth. While these seem […]
North Carolina may not be the first state you think of when you hear the word chicken. Indeed, Kentucky has a bit of a monopoly on the bird. However, North Carolina is the home of a fantastic recipe using locally produced soft drink Cheerwine to […]
Maui is a stunning island in the Hawaiian archipelago that is an absolute must-see if you’re visiting Hawaii, and not just for the food (but hear us out here, the food is pretty delicious as well). This beautiful island is perfect for surfers, snorkeling, and […]
My trip to Hawaii inspired this scrumptious Ahi Poke Bowl recipe, one of my absolute foodie highlights! I was quite amused at the fusion of cuisine in Hawaii having a mixture of western deep fried everything, quality char grilled meats and Japanese inspired fresh raw […]
Vigorón is a stunning, traditional, authentic Nicaraguan salad dish made from yuca (cassava), cabbage and pork rind. It feels and tastes so wonderfully Central and Latin American with its use of the yuca plant and a fresh lime flavour. Vigorón mostly consists of a light […]
This stuffed moose heart recipe just sounds like the stereotype of traditional Canadian life, just the word ‘moose’ conjures up images of Canada, although of course Canada is a little more 3-dimensional than just moose, poutine and being polite. However, despite moose being very unsurprising, you […]
In the USA they eat deep-fried butter balls. So if you love clogged arteries or you’ve simply lost the will to live, then this deep-fried butter recipe is for you! Yes that’s right, this fried butter recipe which was featured at the Iowa State Fair […]
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 […]
Travelling through Argentina it’s not difficult to be able find and eat fried calf or bulls testicles (criadillas), served with salsa. Fancy trying that? “Criadillas” are fried bulls testicles, eaten predominantly in regions where bullfighting is popular and often by the victorious matador as a sign […]
In Mexico and Portugal, tripas (cow’s stomach) is the key ingredient in the traditional dishes: Tripas Tacos (Mexico) and Tripas A moda Do Porto (Portugal). This Tripas Tacos recipe is largely inspired by the amazing tripe dishes I tried on my travels around Mexico. Aside from being able to […]
This authentic 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. In fact, so popular is peanut porridge that it is now widely eaten across North America, particularly […]
Typical Jamaican cuisine is the result of an incredible blend of cultures and influences from around the world. 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 flavors. […]