Welcome to today's weekly Travelfeed Food Of The World roundup brought to you by @mrprofessor and @for91days.
Are you an adventurous eater when you're traveling? Then this feature is for you! We're starting out with delicious-sounding some Taiwanese street food: pig guts soup! Yes? Pig guts stew, anyone? Next up, we'd like to invite you for some high tea in Bangkok, served with Mangosteen, which is of course Thai for pig guts. (Joking, it's a fruit). If these flavors are too exotic for you, why not wash it all down with a beer while visiting a brewery in Chicago, in our last featured article.
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written by @waybeyondpadthai
Let's have this as my first pic as I already feel like a lot of people might find it a bit odd. It comes with all the stomach, intestines, liver, any part you could imagine, really. The soup has not much of a taste though I heard it's good for health.
written by @wnfdiary
The only problem I have with this fruit is the peeling part, but the moment the snow white grains appear, all the effort is forgotten. At Zest Bar & Terrace, I didn't have to lift a finger to get to the sweet joy of this fruit.
written by @coldsteem
Lagunitas is a California based brewery that has a bottling plant in Chicago that includes a quaint taproom. Surprisingly, the Chicago satellite location produces the majority of the beer bottled for Lagunitas. During my visit to Chicago last week, we stopped in to the Lagunitas Brewery for lunch at the taproom and a quick self tour on the catwalks.
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