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China: Peking duck
What makes this particular roast duck a standout is the garlicky sweet crispy skin.
Escargots are generally eaten as an appetizer, served in the shell and cooked in a delicious melange of garlicky parsley butter.
Along with ground beef or lamb, the major ingredient in a traditional moussaka is eggplant.
India: Masala dosa
What creates the more-ish flavor is a spiced concoction of mashed cooked potatoes and fried onions, served with a liberal dose of garlicky chutney.
Italy: Zucchini flowers
The tender yellow zucchini flowers are stuffed with a delicious filling.
If you like a little theater and audience participation with your food, don’t miss the experience of dining at a teppanyaki restaurant in Japan.
Malaysia: Seafood curry laksa
The Chinese-Malay dish is a classic of Peranakan cuisine, merging elements from Malaysia and Singapore.
Thailand: Som tam (green papaya salad)
A northern Thai dish from the Isan region, som tam is typically served with grilled chicken and sticky rice.
Australia and New Zealand: Pavlova
The dish is named for the Russian ballerina Anna Pavlova.
A taco is a traditional Mexican dish composed of a corn or wheat tortilla folded or rolled around a filling. A taco can be made with a variety of fillings, including beef, chicken, seafood, vegetables and cheese, allowing for great versatility and variety.