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Soul-warming Peruvian stew

Because its high altitudes often yield cool temperatures, southern Peru is renowned for its warm and hearty stews, which locals enjoy for breakfast, lunch, and dinner...

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Variety is the spice of life in India

In a country as expansive as India, it’s no surprise that there are many flavors and varieties of the same meal throughout the nation. Dal—a thick stew eaten with rice in southern India, and with both rice and roti flatbread in northern India—is one such dish...

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Destinations: India

Empanadas offer savory & sweet meats and treats

Delicious and satisfying empanadas are a portable meal unto themselves—which is why they've become ubiquitous throughout Latin America. Derived from the Spanish empanar, meaning “to coat with bread,” there are myriad versions, both savory and sweet...

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Destinations: Costa Rica

A North African staple good for any time of day

For many North Africans, the perfect morning begins in a kitchen filled with the fragrant aroma of shaksuka, eggs basted in spicy tomato sauce. After originating as a meal cooked over Berber campfires, it spread across Tunisia into Morocco and beyond into the Middle East...

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Destinations: Morocco

True Australian barbecue

Often referred to as the national dish of Sicily, Pasta con le Sarde (pasta with sardines) has all of the quintessential ingredients that make this southern Italian island a culinary gem of the Mediterranean. Sardines and fennel are so plentiful that there can be no mistaking the origins of this plate of pasta...

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Destinations: Australia

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