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Before you travel, it's important to familiarize yourself with generally safe and unsafe cuisine. Here are 5 food safety tips for traveling abroad.
On the origin of pizza - where does pizza come from? What's the history of pizza? We detail at length pizza's storied past, from Italy to the US.
The hottest peppers in the world are friggin' HOT. In this post, we detail the top ten, give you the Scoville ranking of each, and talk about pungency.
What is baba ganoush? Is it healthy? Where does it come from? We have the origin story, spelling info, recipe, and more in this guide on the Levantine dip.
Poutine is a French-Canadian dish originating from Quebec, and consists of French fries sprinkled with cheese curds and doused with a thick, brown gravy.
Tempeh vs tofu: which one is better? In this post, we lay out the differences between these soybean-based foods, as well as wheat gluten seitan and nattō.
This colorful infographic takes a quick look at twelve unique sandwiches around the world, including Argentina, Belgium, the UK, Mexico, and more.
How different people eat fries infographic: around the world, people eat their french fries in many different ways, and this infographic has them all.
Upset stomachs, indigestion, and diarrhea are no fun. When traveling, we may disregard our eating inhibitions and rules temporarily; however, it is prudent to keep some considerations in mind if we want to stay healthy and keep our stomachs happy and comfortable.
A traditional Swedish Christmas is not complete without julbord, a holiday variation of the quintessential Smörgåsbord buffet-style meal in Sweden.
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