Things I Want to Eat
Here are some things I would like to try, and their country of origin if applicable/clear.
crema catalana, Spain
tortilla de patatas, Spain
picarones - fried pumpkin donuts
Boxty - potato cakes, Ireland
Oliebollen - fried dough, Netherlands
Bitterballen - fried meatballs, Netherlands
Laphet thohk - pickled tea leaf salad, Myanmar
Mohinga (Myanmar/Burma). 'Mohinga combines a fish-based broth, thickened with rice or bean powder and typically containing a combination of shallots and the crunchy inner edible core of the banana tree, with thin round rice noodles. The dish is served topped with a pinch of chopped coriander and accompanied by dried chilli powder and lime, as well as optional toppings such as lentil- or vegetable-based fritters or a hard-boiled duck egg.' http://www.lonelyplanet.com/myanmar-burma
Mohinga - fish noodle soup, Myanmar
Koay Chap (duck noodle soup), Malaysia
Khmeli-Suneli is a spice mix from the Caucas region of Georgia (at the border between Europe and Asia). Incidentally, this naturally vegan (and potentially gluten-free) spice mix can include a number of different spices, creating the possibility for some very tasty combinations.