Tanzania food
Sorghum, maize and millet are produced in large quantities in Africa and has found use in composite flours as well as in various traditional foods such as “Uji”, a gruel/porridge cooked from flour, peanut powder, sugar, and water.


Somalia food
Shigni is a nice hot sauce that is usually eaten with rice, bread or spaghetti. It is made from a blend of green chili, tomatoes and coriander leaves soured with lemon juice and tamarind.


Somalia food
“Shaah” is the word for tea which has long been the favorite beverage of Somalia. When Somali say it they generally refer to a hot tea beverage with milk and sugar added.


Tokelau food
Lu is a kind of leafy vegetables in Tokelau. They has the spiral end of the edge and they taste somewhat similar to asparagus-okra-spinach.


American Samoa food
Places to eat in American Samoa include McDonald’s which keeps so much familiar to with local Polynesian people.


French Guinea food
French Guinea is a dependent territory of France and has wide availability of fine French gastronomies include French wine. As it is located in the South American continent, Chilean or Argentinean wine is also popular.

Rum punch

Turks and Caicos food
Let’s get in the party mood with a Caribbean rum punch in Turks and Caicos. The word “punch” means a drink with five ingredients, as the Sanskrit word “paanch” is “five”. Main ingredients may include rum, pineapple juice, orange juice, lime juice, passion fruit juice and grenadine syrup.


Suriname food
The word “Parbo” has two meanings. One is a shortened nickname of Paramaribo, the capital of Suriname, and The other is the name of a famous Surinamese beer. Parbo beer is the number one sold beer in Suriname.


Costa Rica food
Empanada comes from the Spanish verb empanar, which means to wrap in bread. An empanada is made by folding a disc of thinly rolled dough over a filling into a semicircle and then baked or fried. Here I post a fried cheese empanada.


Guatemala food
Tostada literally translates to “toasted” in Spanish, but can refer to any dish that’s made with a fried tortilla as a base. Crispy fried corn tortilla is topped with refried beans, grated cheese, chopped avocado and tomato, sliced lettuce, chomin(Chinese influenced fried noodle) and salsa.

Café touba

Senegal food
This is a specific coffee named after the religious city of Touba in Senegal. It’s coffee has a kick flavor as the coffee beans are ground with “djar”(in wolof language) or “xylopia aethiopica”, generally called Guinea pepper. Served with lots of sugar.

Green-lipped mussel

New Zealand food
It’s well known in New Zealand that green-lipped mussels(Perna canalicula, it has dark brown/green shells with green lips around the edges) have health benefits, and they taste good as they are rich in omega 3 essential fatty acids.


Brundi food
“Ndizi” is the Swahili word for bananas/plantains. The greenest unripe and starchy bananas are used for various cooking as it is a bit like potatoes.

Шкембе чорба

Bulgaria food
Шкембе чорба (Shkembe chorba) Bulgarian delicious and nutritious tripe soup prepared in Bulgaria, Romania, Macedonia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia, Turkey and Iran. Shekam is the Persian word for stomach. Make sure you put a mixture of mashed garlic and vinegar called “Чесън” (chesyn). It is a traditional accompaniment for the soup.

Cà ri

Vietnam food
“Cà ri” is the Vietnamese term for curry stew. Vietnam has a long history of trading with India dating back to the second century. Indian spices and curries may have been in Vietnam since then. Here I post “Cà ri gà” (literally “Curry chicken”), a popular version of Vietnamese curry made with chicken, carrots, sweet potatoes in a coconut milk sauce and mix of savory spices.


Vanuatu food
Bunya is the way for cooking in an earth oven with hot rocks. A fire is made and stones are placed in the fire. The meal (pork, chicken, taro, bananas etc) and coconut milk are wrapped with banana leaf and placed on well established embers and hot stones, then slow cooked for hours.

Les Fondues au Fromage

Switzerland food
Les Fondues au Fromage (in French language), so called ‘Cheese fondue’ globally, is one of typical delicacy in Switzerland. Switzerland might produce much abundant daily product such as various cheese. Swiss people have at least 2 types of Fondue, one include melted cheese like this picture and the other include hot oil so called ‘Oil fondue’.


Finland food
Many Finnish gather around their barbecue hut and enjoy grilled sausages, Nakki or Makkara. Nakki is much smaller then Makkara.


Spain food
The Spanish paprika peppers are called pimiento. This kind of peppers (Capsicum annuum) are sweet, none are hot. Here I post a slow-roasted or steamed piment which has Jjust the right amount of sweet and very tender.