50. Buttered popcorn, United States
49. Masala dosa, India
48. Potato chips, United States
47. Seafood paella, Spain
46. Som tam, Thailand
45. Chicken rice, Singapore - baru ku tahu nasi ayam berasal dari Singapore
44. Poutine, Canada
43. Tacos, Mexico
42. Buttered toast with Marmite, Britain
41. Stinky tofu, Southeast Asia
40. Marzipan, Germany
39. Ketchup, United States
38. French toast, Hong Kong
37. Chicken parm, Australia
36. Texas barbecue pork, United States
35. Chili crab, Singapore
34. Maple syrup, Canada
33. Fish 'n' chips, Britain
32. Ankimo, Japan
31. Parma ham, Italy
30. Goi cuon (summer roll), Vietnam
29. Ohmi-gyu beef steak, Japan
28. Pho, Vietnam
27. Montreal-style smoked meat, Canada
26. Fajitas, Mexico
25. Butter garlic crab, India
24. Champ, Ireland
23. Lasagna, Italy
22. Brownie and vanilla ice cream, global
21. Croissant, France
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20. Arepas, Venezuela
A corn-dough patty that provides a savory canvas onto which you can paint any number of delicious toppings: cheese, shredded chicken, crisped pork skin, perico, beef, tomato, avocado..it's the most beautiful thing to come out of Venezuela since all those Miss Universe winners.
19. Nam tok moo, Thailand
Grilled pork combined with lemon juice, green onions, chili, mint sprigs, fish sauce and toasted rice. Legend has it the blood from the meat along with the dressing inspired some happy carnivore to name this brilliant dish "waterfall (nam tok moo) meat."
18. Kebab, Iran
For keeping starvation at bay for the entire student population of the United Kingdom, the doner kebab should clearly be honored. But they are hardly the delicious prototype worthy of representing a region.
For that, summon the shish kebab. Pick your meat, shove a stick through it, grill. Then wonder why you don't eat like this every day.
17. Lobster, global
Forget all your fancy, contrived lobster dishes deployed by showoff chefs eager for Michelin endorsement. When you have something as naturally delicious as these little fellas, keep it simple. The best way to enjoy lobster is simply to boil it and serve with a side of melted butter and slice of lemon.
16. Egg Tart, Hong Kong
Like many classic dishes, the Hong Kong egg tart marries two contrasting textures: crusty, flaky pastry and jiggly, trembling custard. It's sweet, it's delicious and it's best eaten hot from the oven on the street while queuing up to get just one more.
15. Kalua Pig, United States
Only commercially available in Hawaii, the kalua preparation turns a meal into an epic event, with a whole pig roasted in an underground sand pit for six or seven hours.
But it's not just for show. Smashed banana tree trunks, sea salt and shredded (never sliced) meat means this smoky, aromatic piece of pig will linger long on your tongue and even longer in your memory.
14. Donuts, United States
These all American fried wheels of dough need no introduction, but we will say one thing: the delicious guilt of snacking on these addictive calorie bombs makes them taste even better. If that's possible.
13. Corn On The Cob, Global
God probably created corn just to have an excuse to invent melted butter. There's something about biting down on a cob of corn. It's a delicate enough operation to require concentration but primal enough to make you feel like the caveman you always wanted to be. Great food is caveman food.
12. Shepherd's Pie, Britain
Some might say England's greatest inventions were the steam engine and the Jaguar E-Type. We like to think shepherd's pie: minced lamb topped with mashed potato, comes somewhere in that list.
Tastes best at the end of a gloomy, rainy day with an open fire licking at the chimney breast and Ricky Gervais insulting people on the telly. Which is lucky, as that's what most days are like in England.
11. Rendang, Indonesia
Beef is slowly simmered with coconut milk and a mixture of lemongrass, galangal, garlic, turmeric, ginger and chilies, then left to stew for a few hours to create this dish of tender, flavorful bovine goodness.
Tasting it fresh out of the kitchen will send your stomach into overdrive, but many people think it gets even better when left overnight.
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10. Chicken Muamba, Gabon
A bastardized Western version of this delectable Gabonese dish swamps everything in peanut butter. Oh, the insanity. The proper recipe calls for chicken, hot chili, garlic, tomato, pepper, salt, okra and palm butter, an artery-clogging African butter that will force you into a second helping and a promise to start using your gym membership.
9. Ice Cream, United States
You may have just gorged yourself to eruption point, but somehow there’s always room for a tooth-rotting, U.S.-style pile of ice cream with nuts, marshmallows and chocolate sauce.
Thank God for extra long spoons that allow you get at the real weight-gain stuff all mixed up and melted at the bottom of the glass.
8. Tom Yum Goong, Thailand
This Thai masterpiece teems with shrimp, mushrooms, tomatoes, lemongrass, galangal and kaffir lime leaves. Usually loaded with coconut milk and cream, the hearty soup unifies a host of favorite Thai tastes: sour, salty, spicy and sweet. Best of all is the price: cheap!
7. Penang Assam Laksa, Malaysia!!!! XD
Poached, flaked mackerel, tamarind, chili, mint, lemongrass, onion, pineapple..one of Malaysia's most popular dishes is an addictive spicy-sour fish broth with noodles (especially great when fused with ginger), that'll have your nose running before the spoon even hits your lips.
6. Hamburger, Germany
When something tastes so good that people spend US$20 billion each year in a single restaurant chain devoted to it, you know it has to fit into this list. McDonald's may not offer the best burgers, but that's the point. It doesn't have to.
The bread-meat-salad combination is so good that entire countries have ravaged their ecosystems just to produce more cows.
5. Peking Duck, China
The maltose-syrup glaze coating the skin is the secret. Slow roasted in an oven, the crispy, syrup-coated skin is so good that authentic eateries will serve more skin than meat, and bring it with pancakes, onions and hoisin or sweet bean sauce.
Other than flying or floating, this is the only way you want your duck.
4. Sushi, Japan
When Japan wants to build something right, it builds it really right. Brand giants such as Toyota, Nintendo, Sony, Nikon and Yamaha may have been created by people fueled by nothing more complicated than raw fish and rice, but it's how the fish and rice is put together that makes this a global first-date favorite.
The Japanese don't live practically forever for no reason, they want to keep eating this stuff.
3. Chocolate, Mexico
The Mayans drank it, Lasse Hallström made a film about it and the rest of us get over the guilt of eating too much of it by eating more of it. The story of the humble cacao bean is a bona fide out-of-the-jungle, into-civilization tale of culinary wonder.
Without this creamy, bitter-sweet confection, Valentine's Day would be all cards and flowers, Easter would turn back into another dull religious event and those halcyon days of watching the dog throw up because you replaced the strawberry innards of the pink Quality Street with salt would be fanciful imaginings.
2. Neapolitan Pizza, Italy
Spare us the lumpy chain monstrosities and "everything-on-it" wheels of greed.
The best pizza was and still is the simple Neapolitan, an invention now protected by its own trade association that insists on sea salt, high-grade wheat flour, the use of only three types of fresh tomatoes, hand-rolled dough and the strict use of a wood-fired oven, among other quality stipulations.
With just a few ingredients: dough, tomatoes, olive oil, salt and basil (the marinara pizza does not even contain cheese). The Neapolitans created a food that few make properly, but everyone enjoys thoroughly.
1. Massaman Curry, Thailand
Emphatically the king of curries, and perhaps the king of all foods. Spicy, coconutty, sweet and savory, its combination of flavors has more personality than a Thai election.
Even the packet sauce you buy from the supermarket can make the most delinquent of cooks look like a Michelin potential. Thankfully, someone invented rice, with which diners can mop up the last drizzles of curry sauce.
"The Land of Smiles" isn't just a marketing catch-line. It's a result of being born in a land where the world's most delicious food is sold on nearly every street corner.