Video 18 Mar

Looking at the beauty of Perú.
Voy a ver a Perú que tiene una naturaleza muy hermosa y diferente que todos los países en Latino Americá.

Photo 18 Mar One of the best apps I have on my phone ^^

One of the best apps I have on my phone ^^

Photo 18 Mar 18 notes wanderologie-:

Hangover food from around the world, part 1
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shakshuka (israel) — eggs gently cooked in a spicy tomato sauce, served with a side of bread to sop it up; a rustic and relatively nutritious breakfast dish that works great as a post-night out pick-me-up (x)
kokoreç (turkey) — grilled chopped offal (e.g. lamb intestines, sweetbreads, kidneys, hearts, lungs) mixed with tomatoes, peppers and herbs and typically served on toasted turkish flatbread; best eaten out of a streetcart after a night out  (x)
irish breakfast (ireland) — the ultimate in greasy comfort food; a fry up comprised of bacon, sausage, fried eggs, fried tomato, black pudding, mushrooms, liver, baked beans and toast, topped off with a cup of coffee or tea (x)
haejangguk (south korea) — or “soup to remove a hangover”; made with beef broth, beansprouts, radishes and coagulated ox blood; sold out of street cars on weekend mornings and meant to soothe the stomach (x)
menudo (mexico) — spicy tomato and tripe soup that often comes with hominy (un-ground tortilla corn) or a side of tortillas (to help soak up the alcohol in your system); typically takes an entire day to make (x)
yassa poulet (senegal) — citrusy stew made with grilled chicken, onions and hot chile peppers; the stew’s spiciness will help you sweat out the worst of your hangover (x)

+ credit(s): 1, 2 & 3

wanderologie-:

Hangover food from around the world, part 1

{top left to right}

shakshuka (israel) eggs gently cooked in a spicy tomato sauce, served with a side of bread to sop it up; a rustic and relatively nutritious breakfast dish that works great as a post-night out pick-me-up (x)

kokoreç (turkey) grilled chopped offal (e.g. lamb intestines, sweetbreads, kidneys, hearts, lungs) mixed with tomatoes, peppers and herbs and typically served on toasted turkish flatbread; best eaten out of a streetcart after a night out (x)

irish breakfast (ireland) the ultimate in greasy comfort food; a fry up comprised of bacon, sausage, fried eggs, fried tomato, black pudding, mushrooms, liver, baked beans and toast, topped off with a cup of coffee or tea (x)

haejangguk (south korea) or “soup to remove a hangover”; made with beef broth, beansprouts, radishes and coagulated ox blood; sold out of street cars on weekend mornings and meant to soothe the stomach (x)

menudo (mexico) spicy tomato and tripe soup that often comes with hominy (un-ground tortilla corn) or a side of tortillas (to help soak up the alcohol in your system); typically takes an entire day to make (x)

yassa poulet (senegal) citrusy stew made with grilled chicken, onions and hot chile peppers; the stew’s spiciness will help you sweat out the worst of your hangover (x)

+ credit(s): 1, 2 & 3

Photo 18 Mar 2,297 notes lovesouthkorea:

Bibimbap (source)

lovesouthkorea:

Bibimbap (source)


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