The local Chinese store was out of daikon so my husband (knowingly) bought a root that looked similar. He thought it would either be a good substitute or a good adventure. The root is long like daikon but with a thin brown skin and roots, like many potatoes. Cutting into it revealed a gooey substance […]
Some kinds of pinecones are edible, but how do you prepare them? I discovered the answer to this question when I found pinecones for sale at my local grocery store. Read this post for easy instructions and a fun reveal.
Watch me eat salted tarantulas.
Comparing the flavors of two traditional Icelandic delicacies: monk fish liver and cod liver.
Traditional foods from Iceland, including pickled rams testicles, black lava charcoal crackers, and birch schnapps. Yum!
Traditional Hungarian chocolate filled with plums and liquor.