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A South African Staple

A prosperous and multiethnic African nation, South Africa was for years marred by the divisive legacy of apartheid. After a long and arduous recovery process, though, there is more diversity than ever to be found in this welcoming nation, and any visitor can see that reflected in its food...

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A tasty ode to Vietnam’s French roots

Literally translated as “bread,” Bánh mì is synonymous with Vietnam’s incredibly popular loaf—a heavenly-light, single-sized version of the French baguette with a thin, crispy crust. This delectable sandwich is a winning fusion of Vietnamese and French flavors born out of the French colonization period...

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Sicilian sweets

In a country renowned for its culinary traditions, no part of Italy rules the dessert quite like Sicily. Influenced by Arab cultures as early as the tenth century, Sicilians are renowned for their sweets, which often incorporate apricots, sugar, citrus, raisins, nutmeg, cloves, and cinnamon...

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Comfort Food That Spans Cultures

The more you travel, the more you discover the ways countries and cultures have commingled and influenced one another. This is particularly noticeable when it comes to food, as through the centuries settlers bring comforting reminders of their homelands with them to new regions. In Europe, braised beef is hearty fare for the stomach, but light on the wallet...

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From The Street, To Your Kitchen

As the amount of people traveling to Vietnam has grown over the years, so has the popularity of this Southeast Asian country’s delicious street foods. And undoubtedly the most beloved street food – and comfort food – of Vietnam is pho (pronounced “fuh”) is essentially a savory soup of salty broth, sliced meat, and herbs. Its components vary from north to south, but no matter where you try it, it’s a warm, nourishing meal.

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