A Culinary Adventure.

By: Suman Pant

Sushi (Japan): Delicate rolls of vinegared rice, fresh fish, and vegetables, a Japanese culinary art admired worldwide.

Paella (Spain): A vibrant Spanish rice dish cooked with saffron, seafood, chicken, and a medley of aromatic spices.

Poutine (Canada): 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.

Borscht (Ukraine): A hearty Ukrainian beetroot soup, often served with sour cream and dill, a symbol of Slavic cuisine.

Moussaka (Greece): 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.

Pho (Vietnam): Vietnamese noodle soup made with aromatic broth, rice noodles, and tender slices of beef or chicken.

Croissant (France): Flaky, buttery French pastry, an epitome of indulgence often enjoyed at breakfast or as a snack.