When visiting Guatemala, no trip would be complete without sampling the country’s national dish: Pepian. You’ll find it on almost every traditional restaurant menu. This hearty stew features slow-cooked meats; vegetables like onion, tomato, Poblano pepper and chunks of potato; and seeds and nuts like peppercorns, pumpkin seeds and cumin […]Pin It
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In Israel, Bamba refers to one of the country’s most popular snacks. Sold since 1964, it’s a soft yet crunchy treat made of puffed corn flavored like peanuts, almost like a nutty Cheez Doodle. Additionally, it’s 100% Kosher. No trip to Israel would be complete without sampling this beloved snack […]
Golonka — the national dish of Poland — refers to stewed pork knuckle or hock that is cooked with the bone and literally melts in your mouth when you take a bite. While not the best food for the waistline, it’s a favorite in terms of flavor. It is especially […]
Often touted as the national dish of Colombia, Bandeja Paisa consists of a mixture of foods on one plate: red beans and rice topped with a fried egg, avocado slices and plantain chips and enhanced with fried pork rind, grilled steak and chorizo. It’s a great way to satisfy all […]
At KANU Restaurant in Lake Placid, Executive Chef David Haick enjoys serving creative cuisine not typically found in the area. His focus is on regional, foraged and farm-fresh ingredients blended together in innovative ways for unique flavors and textures. One of his most inventive dishes is a Kilcoyne Farm Bone-In […]