My mission: to eat (reasonably) authentic cuisine from every country in the world (168 countries), without leaving New York City.
Countries are generally included only if the population is over 1,000,000; a native of the country must be involved in the food preparation. Meals prepared in NYC restaurants, food trucks, churches, mosques, and private homes (hint, hint) all count.
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I’m struggling to find food from 25 or 30 of the most obscure nations. If you have any ideas or charming friends who might be willing to prepare a meal, please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org, or click here for a complete list of hard-to-find cuisines in NYC.
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