A Food Lover’s Journey Through Time, Part Two

An expensive but very good-looking and tasty burger in the heart of Beverly Hills, Los Angeles.
“Shrimp Pil-Pil”; Seared shrimp mixed with a garlic and tomato sauce. Can either be an appetizer or a main dish. I had this in Chefchaouen, an Andalusian town in the north of Morocco that is both a pilgrimage site by virtue of being the birthplace of a very famous Sufi saint and a place with historical significance as it was designated as a safe haven for Jews and Muslims who escaped the “Spanish Inquisition” of the 15th century AD.
Hence, for seafood lovers, Morocco is the ideal destination.
“Tacos” are a popular beef and chicken sandwich in the Francophone world, served with a special orange sauce and French fries on the side. So much out there, but so little time to discover it all.
Nusr-et in New York City. I have also tried Nusr-et steaks in both Miami and Istanbul, and based on what I’ve experienced, the New York City location beats out the rest of them.
Pumpkin. Yes, pumpkin.
Cuban burgers, known as “Fritas.” There’s really no need to explain how good it is.
Fried Mozzarella with Marinara Sauce. Hell yeah.
Cuban beef empanadas. Addictive.
Probably the most breathtaking salad you will ever see in your life.

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