When your body refuses to process any more alcohol in Eastern Europe, treat your kidneys to some kvass, the frothy beverage of tzars and peasants alike.
Gueuze is a crisp, carbonated and delicious beverage, that goes well with all those mussels you’ll be eating in Brussels.
Whether you pick up some funky fruit or a bowl full of ants, Colombian street food will squeeze the most out of your taste buds.
A smoothie, a refreshing vehicle for drugs, and medicine all in one, sipping a lassi is like sucking down a fountain of fun.
Put down the Cheerios! Fermented rice cakes, spicy stews, and thick pots of chocolate, try something new first thing in the morning to get the full experience of eating like a citizen of the world.
Not hungry is not an option. When a Ukrainian babushka says “eat”, you better swallow whatever is coming toward your face!
Turduckens can suck it! Take it up a mammal with stuffed camel.
In Japan, food is all about simplicity. Learn how to eat OG sushi from the kings of fish.
Scrotums, shoulders, feet, and toes! All animal body parts are welcome at the annual celebration of Eid Al-Adha.
The Swiss have had Wonka in a headlock for centuries! Get some brown on your nose and some holes in your sweet teeth.
The taste of a Polish grandma’s love, wrapped up into a dough pocket, and dripping with goodness.
Double dipping and chin dribbles are highly encouraged when it comes to fondue, Switzerland’s delicious communal pot tradition.