Ever wanted to travel around the world tasting famous regional dishes? Well, you can live vicariously through this delicious infographic depicting 40 Dishes From Around the World.
Published by The Baltic Travel Company, all of the dishes portrayed in the infographic were molded from plasticine and look just like the real thing. Your tastebuds will be tempted by meals like moules frites from Belgium, empanadas from Argentina and Thailand's Pad Thai.
The United States is depicted by a burger (of course!) but you'll find plenty of lesser known but tasty regional dishes like kibbeh from Lebanon, ackee and saltfish from Jamaica, and a creamy polenta-like dish from Romania called mamaliga, among others.
Check out the artistic infographic below to see if your country made the list (click to enlarge):
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