The Best Döner Kebab In Berlin | Legendary Eats

From Food Insider. Döner Kebabs are all over Berlin, likely because a Turkish-German man saw a need for cheap, portable lunch for the city’s many laborers. It’s thought that the first döner kebab sandwich was sold in 1972, using the same meat rotisseries that have been popular throughout Turkey and beyond for centuries. Today, locals…

How Noodles Are Eaten Around The World

From Food Insider. Noodles are a staple in countries all over. They’re made in a variety of different ways, whether it’s hot or cold, sweet or spicy. From classic spaghetti and meatballs in the United States to dessert kheer noodles in India, here are 16 noodle dishes from around the world. —————————————————— #Noodles #Travel #FoodInsider…

5 Food Trends That Lived And Died This Decade

From Food Insider. The 2010s proved some food trends just aren’t meant to last. Insider looked into the food trends that are gone but not forgotten. —————————————————— #FoodTrends #2010s #FoodInsider Insider is great journalism about what passionate people actually want to know. That’s everything from news to food, celebrity to science, politics to sports and…

Why Soba Is The Quintessential Japanese Noodle

From Food Insider. You might think of ramen as the quintessential Japanese dish, but ramen actually originated in China. There’s another type of noodle that’s native to Japan, called soba. Made from buckwheat flour and water, soba is made by hand through a process that takes years to learn. On New Year’s Eve, it is…

The Worst Food Trends Of The Decade

From Food Insider. The 2010s brought us food trends that likely never should have existed in the first place. Restaurants smothered bar snacks in synthetic truffle oil, while smashed avocado became the food of a generation. Brands lost their minds when it came to pumpkin spice- and birthday-cake-flavored everything. Insider took a look back at…

Best Of The Best Season 2 Marathon

From Food Insider. In 2019, Insider traveled to cities around the world tasting some of the best signature dishes the cities have to offer, to find which one really is the best of the best. Now, we’re rounding up all 14 episodes from season 2 for your viewing pleasure, from pizza in Naples to ramen…

Rich Brian Makes Nasi Goreng, Indonesia’s National Dish

From Food Insider. We visit Bali Kitchen in the East Village with Indonesian rapper Rich Brian to see how Indonesia’s national dish is made, how best to eat it and why it’s culturally significant. Resembling fried rice, nasi goreng is made with a thick, sweet Indonesian soy sauce called kecap (pronounced ketchup)—a key ingredient in…

How Lea & Perrins Makes Worcestershire Sauce Using A 185-Year-Old Recipe | Regional Eats

From Food Insider. We visited Lea & Perrins factory in Worcester to see how they produce their ever-popular Worcestershire sauce. —————————————————— #Worcestershire #Regional Eats #FoodInsider Insider is great journalism about what passionate people actually want to know. That’s everything from news to food, celebrity to science, politics to sports and all the rest. It’s smart.…

How Candy Canes Are Made

From Food Insider. Lofty Pursuits in Tallahassee, FL sells more than 20,000 candy canes every holiday season. It uses techniques from the 19th century in order to get its candy canes perfectly twisted. The holiday treat has been around even longer. Our team digs into the legend behind the peppermint. —————————————————— #CandyCanes #Christmas #FoodInsider Insider…

A Denver Institution Has Been Serving Rocky Mountain Oysters For 125 Years | Legendary Eats

From Food Insider. Rocky Mountain oysters are deep-fried bull testicles. Denver’s 125-year-old restaurant The Buckhorn Exchange is the most famous purveyor of this regional treat. The Buckhorn Exchange is part restaurant, part Wild West museum, with hundreds of taxidermy animals and Western memorabilia covering the walls. Insider’s Joe Avella stopped by to learn about this…

10 Biggest Food Trends Of The Decade

From Food Insider. The 2010s brought us food trends that changed the way we eat both in and outside our homes. Trends like non-dairy milk and vegan substitutes skyrocketed thanks to growing environmental awareness. Bakers around the world felt pressure to create the newest hybrid dessert, beer was pushed aside for bubbly water, and party…

Why Clay-Pot Rice Is A Signature Hong Kong Dish

From Food Insider. Bo zai fan, or clay-pot rice, is a classic Cantonese dish that combines traditional cooking methods with the China’s food staple, rice. It’s best known for fan jiao, the crispy layer of rice at the bottom of the pot. Traditionally cooked over a charcoal fire, clay-pot rice can be combined with various…

Why Moroccans Love Clay-Pot Tangia, ft. Abir

From Food Insider. Tangia is a dish that originally gets its name from a tall, urn-like clay pot. Not to be confused with tagine—another type of cooking vessel—it’s a rich meat-based dish local to Marrakech, and served with a side of bread or couscous. It originated as an outdoor food that was historically cooked in…

Bubble Tea Is Topped With Animal-Shaped Marshmallows

From Food Insider. Ditto Modern Tea, a bubble tea shop in Bangkok, makes animal-shaped marshmallows for its drinks. CEO Jonas Naim was inspired by the animals in the bedtime stories he was reading to his daughter. The bubble teas can have a pig, rabbit, or bulldog marshmallow added for an additional charge. All the boba,…