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How to eat "rainforest M&Ms:" pluck pod from tree; slice open with pocketknife; remember to share, though you won't really want to.
It looks pretty, but evidently it doesn't taste as good as it looks. You come to this Bangkok coffee shop for atmosphere. (RealThai)
This Chinatown virgin takes her first tastes.
You know what this is. You do. It's a peppercorn, but, no, it's not. Oh, just let Jaden (Steamy Kitchen) explain. [Editor's Note: ok, so steamy kitchen posted this in 2410, but this post was too gorgeous and adorable]
Part of the varied catch being sold at a seaside market in the capital of Sabah, Malaysian Borneo.
It's called "Orange Dream" and it will bring you back to the days when you ran barefoot in your yard and sucked Creamsicles to your heart's content.
We humans find some pretty bizarre things to eat. This one takes the cake for me.
Prepared as this Andalusian appetizer, suddenly all the work these beans require matters a lot less.
Watch out, PEEPS. A new chick's taking over...
Bloody gorgeous and ready to be dressed the Sicilian way.
This meal poses one question: In the end, who will be more stuffed? You or the pork?
"Take that, Haagen-Dazs."
One of the best gelaterias in Italy
This is the pretty way to eat gelato. But there's a stranger way...
The "little black dress" of breads.
Colombian comfort food. Fatty delicious.
A little butter with your salad?
Champagne is for weddings, New Years, occasions when you squeeze yourself into that gorgeous but suffocating dress. Prosecco is for every other time.
Delicate yet sturdy, a wonder of design and geometry. Leads to one conclusion: Bees are pretty smart.