The World's Tastiest Foods

We can't visit every country, but we can enjoy its trademark cuisine to acquire a glimpse of its culture. 

Cook up a storm at home or pick a nice restaurant & let your taste buds travel the world. 

Here are some must-try foods. Beef has fallen out of favor & then reemerged several times. 

Wellington's roots & link to Arthur Wellesley, 1st Duke of Wellington, are unknown. 

Beef fillet steak coated in pâté & mushroom duxelles, wrapped in puff pastry, then baked. Gordon Ramsay made it a signature dish, therefore it's popular now. 

French onion soup is a combination of mellow, caramelized onions in a white wine & cognac broth. 

The soup dates back to Roman times, but the contemporary version emerged in 18th-century Paris. 

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