This noodle dish has taken the world by storm and rightfully so. Its warm, comforting, and simplicity hide a collection of flavors that are all at once refreshing and indulgent. Pho was first made in northern Vietnam during a time when the French and Chinese heavily influenced the local cuisine.
Nowadays, it is a unique Vietnamese dish that isn’t difficult to find, no matter where you are in the world.
Barramundi's clean, buttery fish with a meaty feel and texture appeals to most people—even non-fish lovers take a liking to it! The mild, sweet, and succulent fish is also known as the Asian sea bass.
This white fish is barbecued and served with a dressing of lemon and dill butter sauce, or added to an Asian-style stir-fry.
Raclette is both the name of a kind of cheese and the popular Swiss dish. The cheese itself is melted under a seething grill or over a pan and diners gather a medley of ingredients which the cheese can be scraped upon, like potatoes, cornichons, pickled onions with a selection of charcuterie.
The dish has a rich history that began in the heart of the Alps, where it was first conceived as a way to warm up after a long day on the snowy slopes.
This Quebec dish might not be great to look at, but it certainly is popular for a reason! Consisting of a crispy outside and soft inside, these French fries are then laden with a rich gravy and cheese curds.
Poutine is by far one of the most quintessential Canadian dishes!
A celebration of spices and rice, biryani's originated from India, and today, there are countless variations that exist, depending on the region where it's cooked, but the basics – rice and an assortment of spices – surpass all other versions.
The aromas, the vibrant color, and that fluffy rice are what makes this dish so delectable.