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Best bites around the World

Best bites around the World
Priscilla Peck

It is true, in Singapore, we love our food. While enjoying lunch, we can discuss where to go for tea and what to have for dinner. In our organised island nation, heat, humidity and now haze keep us from exhausting adventuring. Instead, we look for the next eat thing.

In conjunction with the upcoming World Food Fair that is happening on Septembe 10-13 at Singapore Expo, we share the different must-tries around the world!

Poutine, Canada

Credit: travel.nationalgeographic.com

Credit: travel.nationalgeographic.com

Smothered in cheesy curd goodness and brown gravy, french fries couldn’t get any more sinful. Step aside typical cheese fries because this Canadian dish will definitely leave you fighting over every last drop of cheesy gravy. It’s how Canadians snack on a beer night out.

Marzipan, Germany

Credit: www.hier-luebeck.de

Credit: www.hier-luebeck.de

Smothered in cheesy curd goodness and brown gravy, french fries couldn’t get any more sinful. Step aside typical cheese fries because this Canadian dish will definitely leave you fighting over every last drop of cheesy gravy. It’s how Canadians snack on a beer night out.

White Pizza, Pennsylvania, USA

Credit: www.stephencooks.com

Credit: www.stephencooks.com

Slightly different from the typical pizza we know, the Old Forge White Pizza is a creamilious-cheesy heaven that explodes in your mouth. It has a double crust, the top and bottom like a sandwich, with cheese fillings in between. Who can resist this mouthful of cheesy joy?

Neapolitan Pizza, Italy

Credit: slice.seriouseats.com

Credit: slice.seriouseats.com

Made with simple ingredients; dough, tomatoes, olive  oil, said and basil, every bite of this Italian pizza is so basic yet mouth-watering. One of its defining characteristics is that there is more sauce than cheese, which leaves the middle wet and soggy and not conducive to be served by slice. It is more often made as a personal pizza.

Bibim Guksu (Spicy Cold Noodles), South Korea

Credit: visitseoul.weebly.com

Credit: visitseoul.weebly.com

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