Trying out the traditional party foods of other places is one of the great things about traveling. Sometimes due to scheduling issues and financial constraints, we aren’t able to travel as much as we would like. Here are 10 international foods you can try out right at home and the just right cocktails to serve with them.
From Thailand, we have Thai appetizers and lemongrass, lime and Thai basil mojito. This traditional spread is available in San Francisco. In Boston, we can try out food from Mexico such as Mexican tamales and micheladas. Then there is the Aussie pies and Bundaberg rum punch to be found in New Youk City for a nod to Australia. Hawaiian food offered in the San Francisco/Bay Area includes Hurritos (Hawaiian Burritos) and Mai Tais. If you are in the New York City area and have a hankering for Italian try some Sicilian mini cannolis and negronis. New York City also offers some Cuban treats in the form of Tapitas and mojitos. For a Korean flair hop on over to San Francisco/Bay area and try some Korean BimBimBap bowls and soju wine cocktails. If Ireland appeals to you try an Irish baked potato bar and a drunken leprechaun in New York City. For a taste of France, there are French Crepes and a French 75 available in San Francisco. Indian samplings can be found in the Big Apple in the form of Indian wraps and Mango Lassi.
Maybe we can’t all visit the countries of origin but we can get a little taste of the local cuisine from around the world right here in the good ole USA.
- The best part of traveling is getting to know the local culture through sampling their traditional cuisine. However, with busy schedules and budgets, many of us aren’t able to travel as often as we’d l
- Luckily America has attracted people from all over the world who have brought a diverse assortment of culinary flavors so you can sample international foods in your own city.
- culinary flavors so you can sample international foods in your own city. Check out our favorite dishes below and their perfect cocktail counterparts!
“The best part of traveling is getting to know the local culture through sampling their traditional cuisine.”
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