Falafel ::: A middle-eastern specialty made of ground chickpeas and/or fava beans that are seasoned and fried, falafel has been adopted as the national snack of Israel. The story is that the Coptic Christians first created this as a meat replacement during Lent. Enjoyed widely across the Mediterranean-Arab world, falafal can also be found on the streets of cities in Europe, New York, LA and Chicago, to name a few.
Kopi Luwak One of the worlds most expensive varieties of coffee it can reach up to 150 USD per pound. It is made from coffee berry beans that have been defecated by Civets, small mammals native to Southeast Asia.
Do you find that you’re hounded by what I call Crazy Cravings™? Take heart. You’re in the company of millions. More than nine out of ten of us have food cravings, especially the females among us. People just like you from around the world get overwhelmed—well, more like assaulted, pounced on, and then pummeled—by Crazy […]
A good satay, like the kind you'll find in Malaysia or Thailand, complete with the perfect dipping sauce, is all about the marinade, which means taking the time to let the meat marinate. via @Gadling
In recent years, inventive vegan cuisine from around the world has helped shed an off-putting reputation restricted to ingredients like tofu and revolving around words such as bland. Perhaps nowhere is that more apparent than in Tel Aviv, a city synonymous with both a hummus- and falafel-centric street food culture and an impressive global culinary scene. Locals flock to Miss Kaplan, a pop-up concept that has morphed into a permanent restaurant, for carrot "sausages," brushed with J...
If you’ve ever spent a night in a hospital you will know that the food they serve isn’t always that tasty. However, one would hope that these meals are scientifically thought out at least… To read the full post click the link below. 20 Eye-Opening Photos of Hospital Food From Around The World