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Haggis – the food and the creature

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Far away in the highlands of Scotland is a lopsided little creature. This creature is so rare, it’s super hard to find and is so important to Scotland, they made it their national dish; the haggis. Saying it in a Scottish accent just feels right. It is traditionally served neeps and tatties; the only thing […]

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Koryo Burger

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Consumed almost exclusively at 40,000 feet, this infamous in-flight meal is a cult favourite of intrepid travellers, with its mysterious filling from a mysterious country, this is the Koryo Burger. The Airline Air Koryo, the national airline of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK) operates a fleet of Ilyushin, Tupolev and Antonov aircraft and […]

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Chip Butty – the poor man’s sandwich

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The epitome of bland, the poor man’s sandwich. With a name disturbingly similar to a discarded cigarette, the chip butty, a carb on carb action sandwich has been a favourite of working class English families for generations. English Food When someone brings up English cuisine, it’s common to see other Europeans, and pretty much all […]

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Pie Sandwich – the ultimate booze-food

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Stumbling home drunk at 4 am, your kiwi mate prepares some well needed booze-food to help you sleep-off the last few drinks, but what he serves you is really confusing. Is it a pie? Is it a sandwich? It’s kinda both, why would you do such a thing? This meal is an abomination! Origins The […]

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Chiko Roll

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Six inches long, with a warm gooey centre; this infamous snack satisfies drunk Australians more than happy hour at a backpackers bar. You can find the Chiko Roll in almost every kebab shop or fish-n-chippo on the island continent. Aussie Ingenuity Trust an Aussie to design a snack with the main aim is to hold […]