This Quebec dish might not be great to look at, but it certainly is popular for a reason! Consisting of a crispy outside and soft inside, these French fries are then laden with a rich gravy and cheese curds.
Poutine is by far one of the most quintessential Canadian dishes!
Raclette is both the name of a kind of cheese and the popular Swiss dish. The cheese itself is melted under a seething grill or over a pan and diners gather a medley of ingredients which the cheese can be scraped upon, like potatoes, cornichons, pickled onions with a selection of charcuterie.
The dish has a rich history that began in the heart of the Alps, where it was first conceived as a way to warm up after a long day on the snowy slopes.
This noodle dish has taken the world by storm and rightfully so. Its warm, comforting, and simplicity hide a collection of flavors that are all at once refreshing and indulgent. Pho was first made in northern Vietnam during a time when the French and Chinese heavily influenced the local cuisine.
Nowadays, it is a unique Vietnamese dish that isn't difficult to find, no matter where you are in the world.
A celebration of spices and rice, biryani's originated from India, and today, there are countless variations that exist, depending on the region where it's cooked, but the basics – rice and an assortment of spices – surpass all other versions.
The aromas, the vibrant color, and that fluffy rice are what makes this dish so delectable.
A dish usually found across all Scandinavian and Baltic countries, this open-faced sandwich has its origins in Denmark. Back in the 1800s, slices of rye bread were generally used instead of plates and the tradition of smørrebrød (which means, buttered bread) rose when decorating the bread slices became trendy on social media.
The most common toppings include pickled herring or smoked salmon which is then paired with sliced egg, mayonnaise, and dill.