Nowhere else in the world is ragù made better than in the country of its origin, Italy. This next dish, Wild Boar Ragù Italian Style, is a traditional Italian recipe that features wild boar as the meat.
Monaco Frutti di Mare is seafood linguini that bears strong evidence of the heavy French and Italian influences on the cuisine of Monaco. You can use pretty much any seafood you like, but this particular combination makes for an outstanding Monaco Frutti di Mare.
Monaco Frutti di Mare Recipe-
Javanese Ayam Ungkep is a specialty dish of spiced and deep fried chicken. The chicken pieces are pre-cooked in spices before being deep fried. The Javanese consider it as a great party dish. Try some. You will surely want to serve some Javanese Ayam Ungkep at your next party!
Javanese Ayam Ungkep Recipe-
Baked Lamb Spinach Stew, Afghani style, is a marvelous blend of fresh veggies, olive oil, spices and cardamom, surrounding pieces of lamb so tender they melt in your mouth. It is a true comfort food, that will give your taste buds a delightful experience of a favorite meal enjoyed by people in Afghanistan.
Baked Lamb Spinach Stew Afghani Style Recipe-
Southern Soul Deep fried chicken feet is about as soulful a food as you can get. The dish was originally dreamed up by the African slaves living on large plantations in Southern USA during the 17th century. They (for the most part) lived in poor, squalid conditions, and were usually given the “leftovers” to eat, when it came to meat. Animal parts, like intestines, feet, skins, hooves, heads, etc., were what the women had to work with in their kitchens.
Due to their innate skills and creativity when it came to preparing foods, they made some amazingly tasty meals out of what the white people considered garbage. These Southern Soul deep fried chicken feet are just one example of truly exemplary originality and culinary satisfaction they achieved, in spite of their dire circumstances.
Southern Soul Deep Fried Chicken Feet Recipe-
How to eat a Rolex in Uganda?
Now, first off, in Uganda, a Rolex is not usually going to be a fancy, high-priced wristwatch. Rolex is Uganda’s favorite fast food. It is available everywhere, in restaurants and in the market at street vendors, pre-prepared and ready to eat. Rolex is basically a chapati, rolled up with seasoned scrambled eggs, or maybe cabbage and tomatoes inside – sometimes all three. It is cheap, oh-so-tasty, and you can now experience how to eat a Rolex right at home!