A common drink in Jordan is lime juice mixed with ground mint. A sugar syrup is served on the side so that you can control the sweetness of your drink. Taken at the Four Seasons in Amman, Jordan.
Yellow noodles, vermicelli, and bean sprouts cooked in a light coconut milk-based curry soup and topped with fried tofu and prawns. Eaten at the Gurney Drive Hawker Center in Penang, Malaysia.
Read more about multicultural snacking in Malaysia.
Leche asada - it translates as roasted milk in Spanish, but it's really baked. Essentially, it's like a custard made of evaporated milk, eggs, sugar and vanilla.
Taken at a cafe in the Barranco neighborhood of Lima, Peru.
Read: Peruvian Food: More than Just Ceviche