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10 Foods You Should Eat in Japan (That Aren't Sushi)

Man cannot live on eel alone. Sushi may be the country’s most famous export, but Japan’s culinary ecosystem span stellar street food, artful tasting menus, rib-sticking bar snacks and noodle soups that inspire Beatles- (or Bieber-) level devotion. Contributor Emily Saladino explores traditional delicacies beyond the sushi bar. Douzo meshiagare!

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Hong, Bo-young. I imagine-when my baby Halo isn't howling at Jesus for some vittles in the great beyond-he is exploring the cavernous depths of the sea hunting for fish snacks! MEEEEEEOOOOOOOOOWWWWWWW.

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Egyptian spice market

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Nutella Hand Pies

Nutella Hand Pies | Pass the Cocoa

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Venice Italy

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Chickpea cookie dough (no-bake)

Are you brave enough to try chickpea cookie dough? This is a no-bake, vegan recipe meant to be a healthy alternative for those cookie dough cravings.

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Hotel Bellevue Syrene 5* Sorrento, Italy

Hotel Bellevue Syrene 5* Sorrento, Italy in Sorrento, Campania

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Bagna Cauda (Butter Anchovy Sauce)

Italian Bagna Cauda (Butter Anchovy Sauce) AKA LIQUID GOLD _ Bagna cauda – loosely translated as “hot bath” in Italian – is made from butter, garlic & anchovies & is commonly used as a dip for vegetables & originated from Piedmont in Italy. Butter, garlic, anchovies – so simple but so lusciously good.

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Soft Glazed Pumpkin Sugar Cookies

Soft Glazed Pumpkin Sugar Cookies...the perfect cookie for Fall!

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Pumpkin Pecan Cobbler

Pumpkin Pecan Cobbler. Make its own hot caramel sauce right in the pan! The BEST pumpkin dessert for fall and holidays. @wellplated

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