Trying foods from different cultures is a great part of traveling. Each country has unique dishes that aren’t available in other parts of the world and here are several you need to try if you ever get the chance.
Fugu is a Japanese pufferfish with enough poison to kill 30 people, but in the hands of a skilled chef, it turns into an expensive delicacy. Japanese chefs undergo years of training before they get a license to prepare fugu and you can try it in one of many restaurants without worrying that something will happen to you.
Haggis is a national dish in Scotland and it’s a pretty unique one. It’s made with sheep’s heart, liver, and lungs, with added oatmeal, onion, stock, and spices. The dish dates back to the 1400s and is typically served with mashed potatoes and turnips. It pairs great with Scotch whiskey!
Fried Brain Sandwiches, USA
Have you ever heard of fried brain sandwiches? They are available in some areas of the States, starting with the Ohio River Valley. The ingredients include deep-fried sliced calves or pig brains. They are usually served with pickled onions and mustard and are very high in calories.