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38 Mongolia: What To Eat (Inc. Buuz)

38 Mongolia: What To Eat (Inc. Buuz)

August 26, 2019
In This Episode:
  • After a month spent in Mongolia, we discuss their most important cultural dishes
  • Mongolian food is based on “white food” and “red food” we explain what that is and why they have those classifications
  • Plus, Is Mongolia’s most famous dish around the world really a Mongolian dish at all?

DISCLAIMER: This Episode contains talk of some unusual food (offal etc.) If you are squeamish about graphic discussion of animal parts you may want to listen to alternative episodes.

Full Mongolia Food Article at: https://foodfuntravel.com/mongoliapodcast/

 

S2E26 Madrid: What To Eat (inc. Spanish Omelette history)

S2E26 Madrid: What To Eat (inc. Spanish Omelette history)

July 29, 2019
In This Episode:
 
  • We visit Madrid, The capital of Spain
  • We explain the unexpectedly controversial history of Spanish omelette
  • Learn why Madrid’s famous stew, Cocido, originally had no pork but today can have up to 8 or 9 cuts of pork in each dish.
  • Plus, Flamenco meets Haute cuisine. We taste food from a Michelin star chef while watching Spain’s most emotive dance style.

Read The Full Article: 25+ Things To Eat In Madrid https://foodfuntravel.com/madridpodcast/

S2E24 Rome: What To Eat (inc. Carbonara History)

S2E24 Rome: What To Eat (inc. Carbonara History)

July 15, 2019
In this episode:
 
  • What To eat in Rome - Pizzas, pastas and rice - it’s going to be a carb fest!
  • The history of carbonara: it’s quite different from what you’d expect
  • Plus, a little deep fried street snack with a built in surprise.

Full Article 20+ things to eat in Rome: https://foodfuntravel.com/romepodcast

S2E21 Lisbon: What To Eat (Inc. History of Bacalhau & Bifana)

S2E21 Lisbon: What To Eat (Inc. History of Bacalhau & Bifana)

June 24, 2019
In This Episode - Stories About The Best Food To Eat In Lisbon, Portugal:
 
  • Fishy history - the surprising story of how cod became one of Portugal’s national dishes
  • Porky power - The Portuguese sandwich that locals can’t seem to get enough of
  • Plus, the Lisbon liqueur that left our shoes sticking to the sidewalk.

Get the full article with 35+ dishes to discover in Lisbon at https://foodfuntravel.com/lisbonpodcast/

 

S2E20 Bulgaria Part 2: What To Eat Inc. Banitsa

S2E20 Bulgaria Part 2: What To Eat Inc. Banitsa

June 17, 2019

In part 2 of this Bulgarian cuisine double episode:

* Bulgaria’s National Pastry - Banitsa
* We chat to Vasil From Bulgaria Wine tours about some very traditional Bulgarian main courses
* A 100% Bulgarian dish from the Rhodope mountains.
* PLUS, Megys’s favourite Bulgarian drink - but should you be mixing it with milk?

Full article with 50+ Bulgarian dishes to try, at https://foodfuntravel.com/bulgariapodcast

 

 

S2E13 Belize: What To Eat (inc. History Of Rice & Beans)

S2E13 Belize: What To Eat (inc. History Of Rice & Beans)

April 29, 2019

In This Episode:

* We discuss the most important cultural dishes in Belize.
* We ask “Beans And Rice” or “Rice And Beans”?
* Rock Lobster!
* We discover the unhealthiest, yet tastiest breakfast food in the world.
* Plus, The Royal Rat. Is Belize’s famous rodent fit for a queen?

 Full show notes and more dishes to eat in San Pedro, Belize (and where to eat!) at https://foodfuntravel.com/belizepodcast

 

S2E8 Havana & Cuba: What To Eat & A Culinary History Of Cuba’s National Dish

S2E8 Havana & Cuba: What To Eat & A Culinary History Of Cuba’s National Dish

March 25, 2019
In This Cuban/Havana Cuisine Podcast:
  • The Cultural History Of Cuban Cuisine
  • Cuba’s National Dish… Is not the Cuban Sandwich. What is it? And why is it called “old clothes”?
  • PLUS A pre-hispanic ancient Cuban dish…

Notes from this episode and learn what else to eat in Cuba at https://foodfuntravel.com/cubapodcast

 

S2E7 Bali (Indonesia): What to eat. Satay, Nasi Kampur and more!

S2E7 Bali (Indonesia): What to eat. Satay, Nasi Kampur and more!

March 18, 2019
  • What are the essential Balinese condiments, spices & fruits?
  • Nasi Kampur - It’s almost like a Balinese tapas buffet
  • The short story of satay (or sate)
  • Why they eat more duck than chicken in Ubud, Bali.
  • Plus, A jet black dessert that rocked our tastebuds…

More On Balinese Food (Where to eat & What to Eat) at: https://foodfuntravel.com/balipodcast/ 

QUOTES:
 
"People assume that “satay” just refers to the “spicy peanut sauce” but the word actually refers more to the skewered meat."
 
"In Ubud, Bali, Duck is more popular than chicken or pork because ducks live in the numerous rice paddies of the region, helping to kill insects, clean the environment while simultaneously contributing their own waste as fertilizer for the rice."
S2E6 What To Eat In Corfu, Greece (& The History Of Pastitsada)

S2E6 What To Eat In Corfu, Greece (& The History Of Pastitsada)

March 11, 2019
 
  • Famous Corfiot dishes & Ingredients. We discuss the stories of the most important local foods. 
  • Venetian-Greek fusion cuisine. How Venetian rule and the spice trade created a unique Greek island cuisine not present in other parts of the country.
  • The lost art of Corfiot cooking. How the tourist boom destroyed local culinary tradition and how one woman has been trying to revive Corfu’s most historic dishes.
  • PLUS: Food Made With Wine! Will we actually find any traditional Corfiot food that is not cooked with booze in it? Tune in to find out.

 Full Article at https://foodfuntravel.com/corfupodcast

S2E3 What To Eat In Romania (& Bucharest)

S2E3 What To Eat In Romania (& Bucharest)

February 18, 2019

 * Ancient Foods Of Romania - 2 dishes that have probably been made in the region for at least 2,000 years and are still hugely popular today.

* What To eat in Romania - our top picks for must try foods when you visit Romania
* We head out to the farm to try an authentic Romanian pork dish that honours the sacrifice of the pig
* Plus a Romanian dessert that will make your tastebuds sing with joy!

Full show notes @ https://www.foodfuntravel.com/romaniapodcast

The full article includes more than 40 foods and drinks to try in Romania.