One of the many benefits of traveling is eating the local cuisine. Before I first moved to Honduras, I was an extremely picky eater - I wouldn’t eat sushi, any kind of seafood, and definitely not something like horse or squid ink risotto. Thankfully that has changed, and I have gotten to taste my way through multiple continents. Here are a few of my favorites:
Other yummy foods I've tried are: catfish ceviche from Peru, squid ink risotto from Italy, florentine steak from Italy, hot chocolate with melted cheese from Ecuador, pisco sour from Peru, casado from Costa Rica, catrachas from Honduras, tamales from Peru, and macaroons from France.
What unique foreign foods have you tried while abroad?
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