EAT THE WORLD CHALLENGE
EAT THE WORLD is a challenge that I took on for myself in August of 2015. I am attempting to cook and eat a meal from every country in the world, with a little help from family and friends! Stay tuned for some delicious recipes, country-specific movie reviews, and hopefully great foodie photography!
COUNTRIES EATEN: 20
- South Africa: Bobotie
- Russia: Pelmeni
- Australia: Shrimp on the Barbie & Meat Pies
- Brazil: Moqueca de Camarao
- USA: Pulled Pork and Apple Pie
- Thailand: Pad Thai
- Angola: Muamba de Galinha
- UK: Fish and Chips and Mushy Peas
- The Bahamas: Cracked Conch & Bahamian Rice and Peas
- Canada: Poutine & Nanaimo Bars
- Belgium: Moules Frites
- India: Onion Bhaji & Chicken Korma
- Egypt: Kushari
- Ireland: Irish Stew
- Peru: Lomo Saltado
- Uganda: Ugandan Rolex
- Hungary: Goulash
- Sweden: Swedish Meatballs and Cucumber Relish
- Greece: Moussaka and Greek Salad
- Uruguay: Chivito
Everybody knows the National Dish of Sweden is MEATBALLS. In this attempt to cook from every country in the world, we made Swedish meatballs. Delicious!
Are you hungry for some Hungary? I was. My "trip" to Hungary for some Hungarian Goulash.
If you are looking for something to eat in Uganda, this is it: The Rolex. Uganda's Rolex is a staple street food item on the streets of Kampala.
Peru is one of the most incredible countries you could visit - it's ever changing landscape, friendly people, and interesting history and blended cultures. The food is also a major draw factor. Peru has some of the best cuisine on the continent. In this edition of EAT THE WORLD, I made Lomo Saltado from Peru.
Whether you're traveling to Ireland (lucky you), or celebrating St Patrick's Day, the Irish Stew needs to be on your list of incredible Irish eats. And a Guinness as well, of course.
When traveling to Egypt, there is one food that you are supposed to eat while you are there. Found in restaurants and at street stalls, Kushari is Egypt's national dish. Check it out and cook up a batch yourself with my recipe!
Finally, we are cooking India! Indian food is one of my favorite cuisines, and this time we had almost the whole family around for the adventure!
It's Belgium's turn on our EAT THE WORLD challenge... Read more for our recipe for Belgium's national dish Moules-Frites!
On our journey cooking "around the world" we are on number ten with CANADA! We made Poutine and Nanaimo Bars, and CANADA, you sure did not disappoint! My favorite meal in EAT THE WORLD yet!
Our ninth country in our EAT THE WORLD challenge: The Bahamas. A little carribbean cracked conch recipe from the islands!
Our first European Country in the EAT THE WORLD CHALLENGE, and one that is close to my heart (mainly because I am half English)... The United Kingdom
Our second African meal in EAT THE WORLD: Angolan Muamba de Galinha, or chicken stew!
Our Sixth Country in the EAT THE WORLD Challenge: THAILAND! What delicious Thai meal did we cook?
EAT THE WORLD: USA - This challenge we made pulled pork sandwhiches and good old Apple pie, and included a list of things that make America great (according to two Southern Gentlemen).
After a long delay, we finally cooked up a dish from Brazil - a Bahia style shrimp moqueca
Shrimp on the Barbie and Meat Pie - Australian Fan Favorites.
Our second country on the Eat the World tour - we attempted making Russian Pelmeni!
Our first stop on the EAT THE WORLD challenge is SOUTH AFRICA, with a South African bobotie.
We are going to attempt eating from all the countries in the world, by cooking them from home!