A Culinary Adventure.
By: Suman Pant
Delicate rolls of vinegared rice, fresh fish, and vegetables, a Japanese culinary art admired worldwide.
A vibrant Spanish rice dish cooked with saffron, seafood, chicken, and a medley of aromatic spices.
A Canadian comfort food featuring crispy fries smothered in cheese curds and rich gravy.
Kimchi (South Korea):
Traditional Korean side dish of fermented vegetables, primarily cabbage, seasoned with spicy flavors.
Pad Thai (Thailand):
A flavorful Thai stir-fried noodle dish, brimming with shrimp, tofu, peanuts, and tamarind sauce.
A hearty Ukrainian beetroot soup, often served with sour cream and dill, a symbol of Slavic cuisine.
A Greek baked casserole, featuring layers of eggplant, minced meat, potatoes, and creamy béchamel sauce.
Tacos al Pastor (Mexico):
Iconic Mexican street food: marinated pork cooked on a vertical spit, served in tortillas with pineapple.
Vietnamese noodle soup made with aromatic broth, rice noodles, and tender slices of beef or chicken.
Flaky, buttery French pastry, an epitome of indulgence often enjoyed at breakfast or as a snack.