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Food Worth Travelling For (Part 2)

As promised the list of delicious food worth travelling for continues this first week of the year with more of the best dishes worldwide from the Travel+Leisure Web Magazine.

“I am not a glutton – I am an explorer of food” — Erma Bombeck

Barbecue in the American South, United States

Food Worth Travelling For  Barbecue in the American South, United States

Whether it’s in Kansas City or St. Louis, tender, flavourful, fall-off-the-bone, perfectly smoked pork and ribs can be, well, a life-affirming (if artery-clogging) experience. We’ll leave it to you to explore the barbecue trail from South Carolina to Kansas. 

Feijoada in Brazil

Food Worth Traveling For: Feijoada in Brazil

Feijoada (pronounced fay-zwah-da) is a hearty stew of pork and black beans that’s traditionally served over rice. Brazil’s national dish is a comfort food of sorts that brings together family, food, history, and tradition.

Asado in Argentina

Food Worth Traveling For: Asado in Argentina

With or without chimichurri (sauce made with parsley, garlic, oregano, red pepper, and olive oil), legendary Argentine asado (steak) needs little introduction. The typical Argentinean asado involves a proper brick-built parrilla (grill) with coal or firewood and is nearly a daylong family affair.

Pav Bhaji and Bhel Puri in Mumbai, India

Food Worth Traveling For: Pav Bhaji and Bhel Puri in Mumbai

Mumbai might be just the city to binge on street foods like pav bhaji and bhel puri. Between pav bhaji’s toasty, buttery goodness and bhel puri’s crunchy, cold, sweet-and-sour tamarind chutney-laced perfection, this is forget-all-your-cares type of fare any time of day.

Jerk Chicken in Jamaica

Food Worth Traveling For: Jerk Chicken in Jamaica

Here’s more burn for spice aficionados. Perhaps the best-known Jamaican dish, jerk chicken is prepared with allspice, thyme, Scotch bonnet peppers, and garlic. The flavourful and spicy seasoning can also be used on fish and veggies.

Chicken and Waffles in the American South, United States

Food Worth Traveling For: Chicken and Waffles in the American South

A plate of this comfort food—golden, crispy fried chicken atop golden waffles—is good for whatever ails you, any time, any day. It’s a true American classic.

Arepas in Venezuela and Colombia

Food Worth Traveling For: Arepas in Venezuela and Colombia

This melt-in-your-mouth flatbread is made from corn or flour and can be fried, grilled, or baked. Served as sandwiches in Venezuela and a staple for Colombians, arepas can be stuffed or topped with succulent meat, eggs, cheese, or any number of savoury options.

Poulet Yassa in Senegal

Food Worth Traveling For: Poulet Yassa in Senegal

This traditional chicken stew is a packed-with-flavor marinade of chile, lemon, and onion, slow-cooked to exquisite perfection. A little mustard in the preparation puts it over the top.

Source: Travel+Leisure

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