A is for Arroz, the Spanish word for rice. It is more commonly encountered in Spain cooked in a specially designed pan with some saffron, olive oil, and meat or seafood in the form of a delicious paella. Interestingly enough, this dish was originally made using water vole as the meat source!
C is for churros - a delicious dessert originating in Spain, but widely available as a street food around Mexico. This 'spanish donut' is especially tasty when dipped in hot chocolate.
Irresistible Elote (Mexican Grilled Corn) – NYC
Grilled corn on the cob is good, but smothered in a creamy mayonnaise concoction and sprinkled with spicy chili pepper,..
F is for Floating markets, that you will find across Asia. From Ho Chi Minh city in Vietnam you have easy access to a nearby spectacular market, where you can soak up the lively atmosphere and Vietnamese folk music whilst picking yourself up some fresh river produce and fish.
G is for Gaziantep in Turkey, which is not only among the oldest continuously uninhabited cities in the world, but also famous globally for its pistachios, as well as being the native city of the delectable sticky, pastry dessert baklava.
Rustic Red Door With Crowned Arch on Blue Wall House, Jodpur, Rajasthan, India.tif | Myles Kwesi Hutchful
J is for Jodpur, India. Known as the 'blue city' for the vivid blue painted houses surrounding the Mehrangesh fort, Jodpur is also known for its traditional Indian and Bengali sweets.
L for Lychee. Whilst strolling through the bustling fruit markets of Beijing, don't pass up the opportunity to taste this native Chinese fruit. With a floral smell, and fragrant sweet flavour, these are definitely best eaten fresh!
O is for Oaxaca in Mexico, known world wide for its culinary delights and famous mole sauces, this is also where you will find Chapulines (roasted crickets), tamales, and the irresistible Smokey, tequila-like mescal.
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