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What They Eat: Malaysia
It is easier to try teasing odor of Malay cuisine than to describe it. Give a shot at throwing into a boiling kettle a thimbleful of India and a pinch of China, spice it up with pungent infusion of Indonesia and sultry spirit of Morocco, add a couple of drops of Siam and stew on slow fire for several hundred years watching scattering of Portuguese influence melt in checkered amalgam of culinary traditions of peoples of Malaysia – and you will taste bliss.
13.04.2017 | What They Eat, Malaisia
What They Eat: Peru
We continue publishing travel essays of our reader Ia Zaitseva, that are dedicated to Peru. Today she shares her impressions of Peruvian cuisine that is rightfully considered one of the most diverse and delicious in the world.
17.02.2017 | Peru, What They Eat
What They Eat: Latvia
It is commonly believed that Latvia is all about Riga’s seashore, ancient cozy cities and perfect climate. All of it is true, but somehow many forget local cuisine. Having visited the country, Outlook cannot but share a story of delicious and sometimes very unusual dishes.
21.01.2017 | What They Eat, Latvia
What They Eat: United Kingdom
Cuisine of the United Kingdom is a nightmare for nutritionists, gourmets and other healthy food experts. A typical Englishman doesn’t honor art of cooking much and for the sake of saving time often grabs a snack on the go with fresh vegetables and fruits present in the diet purely technically. But should you put some effort into it, it is possible to acquire bright gastronomic impressions on the Albion, too – if you know what and where to look for.
15.08.2016 | What They Eat
What They Eat: Belgium
There is no other country in the world that has suffered so much from restaurant critics as Belgium. Riding superficially on waves of French-Italian mainstream, glossy publications scold Belgians mercilessly for their provincial tastes and universal cult of potatoes. Just think of it: to chase seafood with vulgar French fries and serve potato pudding as a main dish!
23.05.2016 | Belgium, What They Eat
WHAT THEY EAT: BOLIVIA
Bolivian cuisine is the diversity of flavours, mostly inherited from the ancient Indians. Only in Bolivia, you can enjoy authentic dishes cooked according to their indigenous recipes, not influenced by European trends. After a hearty dinner of banana puree with alpaca meat, sitting comfortably in a rocking chair with a mug of the traditional Mate drink, you will feel perfect enjoying the stunning sunset above the mountain slopes.
15.03.2016 | Bolivia, What They Eat
What They Eat: Algeria
Outlook launches new column where we’ll be telling about world’s national cuisines. These texts will be interesting not only for gourmets and chefs but also for those who like to keep up and learn new stuff. Today we’ll have a look at Algerian kitchens and tell about traditional and most popular dishes from this great country.
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