Cambodia is one of the most popular dishes is specially prepared grasshoppers. And even grasshoppers love in the USA, in Missouri. Eat fried grasshoppers, hot is better, soy or fish sauce, liberally sprinkling red hot pepper. The head and legs it is better to separate together with stomach. Feet – food for everybody, they are edible, but are unusually long, so it’s impossible to swallow without biting each in half first. The taste is somewhat reminiscent of fried potatoes with a creamy, slightly sweet flavor.
2. Cockroaches deep fried
The same thing as grasshoppers, only cockroaches…
3. Eye tuna
This miracle of culinary art you can only find in Japan. It’s probably the most gigantic fish eyes you have ever seen. And, of course, the saliva in the mouth at the sight of this delicacy not occur. The only way to eat this thing is to quickly swallow it and forget, otherwise the consequences are very predictable.
4. Blood broth
These bloody pieces of plain food cooking workshop in Laos, but if you can’t wait to try the broth, you can always find it on the Phousy market in Luang Prabang. Continue reading
Usually any article of food causes salivation rampant and inevitable trip to the fridge in search of “something”. I’m sure that today you into the kitchen not going. Today the talk is about the strangest dishes in the world. For those countries where they were invented, it can be quite normal food, even a delicacy. You’ve probably heard about the dishes of their monkey brains, fried Scorpions, a bear’s paw, rotten fish and similar “delicacies”. We wouldn’t come to cook this dish in his kitchen, but, drat, eat, and praising…. What can you offer hospitable hosts from the “special dishes”?
Skates on sticks
No, not the lollies in the shape of sea horses, like our “males”. It’s a Chinese delicacy – fried seahorses on a wooden skewer. The range can offer even grasshoppers or Scorpions – delicacies for any taste!
This Japanese delicacy. And this is not wasps encroach on sweet sticky cookie dough. This is a specially prepared dessert, for which OS is pre-boiled in boiling water, dried and added to the dough. A pack of those biscuits is not expensive – less than a hundred rubles. I wonder how the chef copes with the wasps before they get into hot water? Continue reading
One of the features of travel is that tourists are often faced with a variety of culinary traditions, forcing them in astonishment, raising her eyebrows.
The author of the Lonely Planet “Extreme cuisine” Eddie Lin talks about some of the exotic dishes and reminds us that the difference between “tasty” and “tasteless” are only two letters.
White grubs were a staple food of Australian aborigines for thousands of years. These plump worms grow up to 7 centimeters in length, and you can find them in the crowns of some trees – particularly eucalyptus. When they eat, seem to bite a balloon filled with liquid, enveloping the mouth like a SIP of red wine. The taste of the liquid, however, resembles an egg.
Edible testicles come in all sizes, from large bullish (also called “Rocky mountain oysters”) to tiny cock. The Chinese like to fry chicken testicles in oil, but the Afghans prefer to cook lamb like a shish kebab on the grill. In Texas even has a festival dedicated to the bull eggs. To prepare, they need to clear from films to cut and saute with lemon and sumac until soft. Continue reading