South America today is a food enthusiast’s dream – its ancient cultures, homegrown ingredients and diverse immigrant communities have combined to form a dazzling array of cuisines. Here we present some of the continent’s unmissable dishes and cuisines and offer some pointers on where to find the best examples.
With a long history, unique features, numerous styles and exquisite cooking, Chinese cuisine is one important constituent part of Chinese culture. Chinese dishes are famous for color, aroma, taste, meaning and appearance. These are the best food that you should try in China.
Chung Cake is a must-have cake in Tet Hoilday. This cake is made from simple and basic ingredients which followed a famous legend.
Vietnamese cuisine is awesome and hotpot is an indispensable dish when talking about Vietnamese food. If you are in Hanoi in cold weather, it's great to enjoy these special hotpots.
Braised pork with eggs ( thit kho tau) is a very popular dish in the meal of Vietnamese people. It is very tasty and also easy to make.
Drinking the hard stuff in Vietnam is for the most part considered a man's domain. Wine is the traditional masculine tipple and drinking it is a social activity.
Tea has been an essential part of daily life for Vietnamese families for thousands of years, a refreshing beverage believed not only to calm and centre the mind, but to help ward off a number of common illnesses. A staple at celebrations and family get-togethers, tea and its associated rituals are intrinsically tied to concepts of hospitality, respect for one's elders, and peaceful communion with nature in Vietnam.
Coffee plays a very significant part in the culture of Hanoi- the capital of Vietnam. Immerse yourself in music, enjoy a cup of coffee and you can feel the pace of life of this ancient city.
Neapolitan pizza, or pizza Napolatena, is a type of pizza that originated in Naples, Italy. Neapolitan pizza is made from simple and fresh ingredients: a basic dough, raw tomatoes, fresh mozzarella cheese, fresh basil, and olive oil–no fancy toppings here.
Tom Yum Goong – the quintessential Thai dish. The spicy & sour shrimp soup that exemplifies the essence of Thai cuisine – fresh, tantalizing and robust.
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