Kusksu is a traditional Maltese soup typically made in Spring when Fava beans (or broad beans) are in season. It has three main components: a broth made from tomato paste, Fava beans, and Kusksu which is a thick bead of wheat pasta.
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The best breakfast bun in the world is made with Spam.
It’s funny to think that Pork Belly was once the world’s most actively traded commodity in the futures market. This was back in 1961. 50 years later, and most of us Westerners have forgotten all about Pork Belly, unless it’s been cooked as either bacon or pancetta.
Pho is a noodle dish first, and a soup second. It is also considered Vietnam’s national dish. The soup is traditionally made using rice noodles served in a beef or chicken broth. The concept itself is simple, but there are hundreds of variations to it.
Mac and Cheese has been around for centuries – quite literally. Pasta and cheese casseroles first made their appearance in the 14th century, but the Mac and Cheese we know today made its first appearance in 1786 within the book ‘The Experienced English Housekeeper’.
Amatriciana sauce. Say those two words in central Italy and you’ll quickly find a hungry crowd gathering around you. Then pose the question ‘Spaghetti or Bucatini?’ to see the mob descend into violence.